Megan Brush - Queen
2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days®
My name is Megan Brush, your 2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days®. I am 24 years old and reside in Prescott Valley. I was born and raised in Buck Owen's hometown of Bakersfield, California. I moved to Prescott, AZ in 2007 to attend Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University majoring in Global Security and Intelligence Studies. I am employed with the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office as a Detention Officer. My hobbies include barrel racing, riding dressage, hunting, fishing, and reading Stephen King novels. I enjoy spending time with my Doberman, and two horses, Calypso and Kryptonite.
I am honored to represent your World’s Oldest Rodeo® as Miss Prescott Frontier Days®. This opportunity has been a dream of mine since 1994, when my parents would volunteer for my hometown rodeo every year as I was growing up. I have met so many new friends - rodeo queens and audience members alike - while promoting the great sport of rodeo. There have been countless humbling and heartwarming moments when children approach us and anxiously ask to pet the “horsey” or run up just to give a hug.
While managing to work full time, I have traveled to the PRCA rodeos in Arizona, attending the Turquoise Circuit Finals in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and even the Stampede Days Rodeo in Bakersfield, California. Jordan Ownby, your 2014 Miss Prescott Frontier Days® Senior Court, and I have spent almost every weekend either at a rodeo or participating in community service events. This program has taught me so much about confidence, public speaking, friendship, and of course, my new rodeo family. I recommend it to any young lady who loves horses and the sport of rodeo!
I hope you enjoy your experience at the 127th annual World's Oldest Rodeo®!