Would you like to be the Next Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo?
Interested? Please complete the application by August 2, 2023.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2024
Maycn McCullough of Caldwell is a fifth generation Idahoan. Her love of horses and the western way of life started very young. She began riding horses at the age of three and that was just the beginning. Maycn competed in her first rodeo queen contest at seven years old and has been hooked ever since. Being Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo has been a lifelong dream for Maycn. She grew up attending the Caldwell Night Rodeo with her family and has always looked up to our previous queens. Maycn feels so honored to be chosen as the representative for the 100th year of Caldwell Night Rodeo. She is not just excited to represent her hometown but to be able to take part in all the amazing things Caldwell Night Rodeo does for the community.
Maycn is the 20 year old daughter of James and Deanna McCullough. She is currently attending Boise State University where she maintains a 4.0 grade average. At BSU, she is working towards a degree in Advanced Medical Imaging and plans to become a Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technician. Alongside school, Maycn currently runs her own small business as a nail technician. In the limited amount of spare time she has left, she enjoys anything that involves an arena or mountains! She loves spending time with her two blue heelers and painting keeps her grounded. Maycn is excited for the year ahead and the memories and relationships she will build as Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2024!
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2023
Michaela Bocci is a 2016 graduate and local resident of Kuna, Idaho. She is currently attending online classes at Brandman University, to achieve her Bachelors in Marketing, after receiving her Associate Degree in Marketing this last May. She also plans to earn a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education soon, in hopes of becoming a second grade teacher. Horses have always been her passion, however she did not grow up in the rodeo world. A few years ago she represented her local riding club and found many amazing rodeo queens who quickly became her role models. Michaela currently volunteers with her local 4-H group, serves as the American Blazer Horse Association Vice President, and at her beloved church. She spends a majority of her time in the western world volunteering, riding or enjoying a good rodeo. When her boots are off she enjoys a creative side of her life reading, writing and drawing. Michaela also enjoys practicing the guitar and piano. Michaela’s favorite part of being Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2023 is giving back to our community and raising funds to help inspire youth to dream big and shoot for the stars! She loves that Caldwell Night Rodeo showcases not only the professionals but highlights the future of rodeo in the junior rodeo events to the older members of our community who participate in century roping or have watched CNR from the stands since they were kids themselves.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2022
Ashley Kerby is the 20-year-old daughter of Leroy & Quyann Kerby of Kuna, Idaho. Ashley attends the University of Idaho where she is majoring in Animal Science with a pre-veterinary option. She plans to complete her education and attend Veterinary school. Ashley’s love of horses began at a very young age. She has participated in 4H, FFA, and rodeo. She enjoys taking her horse Buzz to local barrel racing jackpots. She recently started training with her new horse Moonshine. She plans to start showing him at reining shows very soon. When Ashley is not spending time with her horses, she enjoys being involved in community service. She volunteers as a youth leader through her church and is an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta where she participates in various philanthropic events. In her free time, she enjoys art, traveling, hiking, and spending time with family and friends. Ashley believes that serving as Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo is an honor. She enjoys meeting new people and talking to all ages about the sport of rodeo. Through her words and actions, she believes that she has a unique opportunity to be a role model to young people and share the western way of life. Ashley is excited to represent the Caldwell Night Rodeo and to share their spirit of giving back to our local community.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2021
Hello again! Although 2020 was a wild ride, I am beyond excited to see all of the Rowdies and Civies this year at the 2021 Caldwell Night Rodeo! For those of you who don’t know me I am Samantha Woods, your 2020-2021 Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen. I am so thankful for the opportunity to represent the rodeo “Where the Cowboys are the Stars” for two consecutive years. Although COVID-19 made last year a difficult one, I was still able to travel all over the state and maintain a busy schedule. Some of last year’s events included participating in the select rodeos that occurred, speaking at community events, decorating my horse and I for various parades, attending fundraisers, and even judging different western contests. I met so many amazing people – from contestants, to fans, to volunteers who all truly made an impact on my life. In my personal life, I continued to follow my passion for agriculture by working various positions within the agriculture industry, helping out on the family ranch, and volunteering my time with local 4-H and FFA chapters. None of this would have been possible if it weren’t for the Caldwell Night Rodeo Board, and my sponsors who worked tirelessly to keep me on the road. I am looking forward to seeing even more places in 2021!
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2020
Hello everyone! My name is Samantha Woods, your 2020-21 Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen! I am the 23-year-old daughter of Stacy and Kenny Woods of Homedale, Idaho. I am also a recent graduate and proud alumna of the University of Idaho, where I attained a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Economics with a Minor in Marketing. Go Vandals! I am currently working at the United States Department of Agriculture in the Farm Service Agency consulting with farmers and ranchers about different agricultural programs. My love for agriculture started at a young age on the ranch during our annual cattle brandings. My favorite part about branding was being able to help younger kids understand the importance of producing healthy, high-quality cattle. Growing up, I showed horses for 11 years in my 4-H group, where I served as past president. I was also involved in FFA as a participant in the Heifer Replacement Program, competitor in horse judging, and treasurer for the Homedale Chapter. These organizations further sparked my passion for promoting agriculture and lead to my desire to become a rodeo queen. I am so thrilled to represent the rodeo “Where The Cowboys are the Stars” and promote the wonderful Caldwell community this year. I look forward to traveling throughout the state to rodeos, parades and events promoting the Caldwell Night Rodeo to the best of my abilities. I cannot thank my family, friends, sponsors, and the Caldwell Night Rodeo Board enough for their endless support they have given me this year.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2019
Hey Rowdies and Civies! I am Nicole Jordan, the 22-year-old daughter of Curt and Danielle Yanskey. I’m a proud resident of Caldwell, Idaho, and am enjoying my senior year at the College of Idaho. Go Yotes! I plan to graduate in May of 2019 with a dual degree in Biomedical Sciences and Spanish with a minor in Pre-Medicine. In the future I hope to attend medical school to become a surgeon. My love of horses began by riding before I could walk and my rodeo career started not long after. After nine years of horse 4H and ten years representing rodeo as a queen, I’m also now having a blast showing in Western events with the American Paint Horse Association. In my spare time I enjoy serving the Caldwell community with the College of Idaho Lions Club and Court Appointed Special Advocates with my sorority. If I’m not at a rodeo, riding horses or volunteering, you can usually find me reading a good book, traveling or spending time with my family, friends and beloved dog, Marnie.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2018
SURPRISE! Who knew I would have the opportunity to be Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo for another year? I sure didn’t and what an honor it is to do so. For those who do not know, I am Bobbi Hall the 2017 and now the 2018 Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen. As a 19-year-old, I am very fortunate to be an ambassador for one of the top 5 outdoor rodeos in the nation for two years! Everyone knows that rodeo week in Caldwell, is one of the best weeks of the year. Last year I had the privilege of traveling all over the Northwest representing this amazing rodeo! Doing so, I was able to meet so many people and grow overall as a person, now I get to do it all over again! I will travel the northwest with my favorite traveling partner Rondo. This upcoming year would not be possible without the great support of those who sponsor Miss Caldwell Night, from travel funds to horse tack and even a trailer, thank you to all. To the Caldwell Night Rodeo board, thank you for always being there and supporting me in whatever crazy ideas or activities I do. Once again, thank you for trusting me to represent you and your amazing rodeo for yet another year. I also owe my parents and grandparents a huge thank you as well, if it weren’t for them I do not know how I would have been able to make it to as many appearances as I have and will do. They say it takes a village to raise a child, but it takes a whole community to raise a rodeo queen.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2017
Hi everyone! I’m Bobbi Hall the 2017 Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen! I am the 18-year-old daughter of Robert and Mickey Hall and reside in Emmett Idaho. I have been around horses for as long as I can remember, competing in 4-H and rodeo events. My entire childhood was spent outdoors either with horses or out hunting and fishing with my family. The way I grew up has inspired me to pursue a career being outdoors. I am currently attending the College of Western Idaho in pursuit of an associate’s degree in biology with emphasis in natural resources. I hope to take this degree and transfer to a four-year university to finish out my education. My future career is to be working in the line of preserving natural resources.
Until then, you will see me traveling to numerous events with my best friend Rondo. He isn’t your usual “friend,” Rondo is a 16-year-old, red dun horse with the sweetest of personalities. We plan to represent Caldwell Night Rodeo in the best manner possible, showing everyone what rodeo is truly about! I would like to thank everyone who has made my queening goals come true! My parents and grandparents have supported me in every aspect possible and I can never thank them enough! Thank you to Caldwell Night Rodeo for helping support me as I represent you to the best of my abilities.
Miss Caldwell Night Rodeo 2016
Howdy Civies and Rowdies! My name is Bonnie Crisci, the 20 year old daughter of Bill and Suzy Crisci of Caldwell, ID. I am currently pursuing a degree in Veterinary Technology while working as head of the boot department at the Caldwell D&B Supply! It was a dream come true on August 22nd to be crowned Queen at the 81st Caldwell Night Rodeo. Being a Caldwell girl myself, the CNR holds a special place in my heart. It has been such an honor to represent not only one of the top 30 rodeos in the country, but my hometown as well. There’s nothing like rodeo week in Caldwell and I’m so excited to spread the word on how amazing the Caldwell Night Rodeo is. I want to extend the biggest thank you to my friends and family who never let me give up on this dream. Thank you to the amazing Caldwell Night Rodeo board, for giving me this incredible opportunity and one of the greatest adventures of my life. Thank you to my queen coordinator Nikki Zachary, for not only making sure I was where I was needed, but being my friend and supporting me through it all. I can’t wait to see everyone at the 82nd annual Caldwell Night Rodeo where the Cowboys are the Stars!
Past CNR Queens
2015 – Heather Skovgard, Kuna – Won MRI in 2016
2013 – Dusti Olson-Hyder, Kuna – Won MRI in 2015
2012 – Alexis Bennett, Middleton
2011 – Jenna Greenwood – Vega, Nampa
2010 – Leslie Winkelman – Gorman, Caldwell
2009 – No Contest
2008 – Brooke Olson-Bottorff
2007 – Natalie Bish-Quiroz, MRI – 08 Won MRI as CNR Queen
2006 – Jessie Metcalf, Eagle
2005 – Macy Hack, Star
2004 – Stephanie Glore – Riley, Horseshoe Bend, MRI – 05 Won MRI as CNR Queen
2003 – Monica Stoddard – Teichert, Nampa
2002 – Brooke McCuskey, Boise
2001 – Michele Olsen, Emmett
2000 – Jessica Beutler – Campbell, New Plymouth
1999 – Leslie Woolery – Willet, Payette
1998 – Jonni Lynch, Kuna
1997 – Theresa Mayer – Pearson, Emmett
1996 – Renee Neenhouse, Nampa
1995 – Brandy Horsely – Krajnik, Nampa
1994 – Shelly Williams- Wilcox, Kuna, MRI – 98/MRA -99 Won MRI as Twin Falls Western Days
1993 – Margauez Edwards – Crockett, Donnelly, MRI – 97 Won MRI as McCall Frontier Days
1992 – Lisa Clark, Boise
1991 – Carrie Johnson- Wilson, Star, MRI – 94 Won MRI as DNCFR Queen
1990 – Daneen Lammey – Phillips, Caldwell
1989 – Julie Christensen – Shoemaker, Meridian, MRI – 92 Won MRI as Snake River Stampede Queen
1988 – Teresa Kraipowich – Coleman, Boise
1987 – Rhonda Vedvig Bright, Buhl, MRI – 90 Won MRI as Jerome Queen
1986 – Lisa Lemrick Boggs, Caldwell, MRI – 86 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1985 – Ami Hardin, Eagle
1984 – Neenie Blake Corr, Boise, MRI – 85 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1983 – Myla Meiers Nailon, Boise, MRI – 84 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1982 – Vicki Rutledge Sheilds, Nampa, MRI – 83 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1981 – Lynda Friez Martin, Boise
1980 – Lisa Gustafson Evans, Nampa
1979 – Susan Carter Rood, Boise, MRI – 79 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1978 – Candy Robertson Grossaint, Boise, MRI – 78 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1977 – Melody Farrish Cook, Caldwell
1976 – Melody Farrish Cook, Caldwell
1975 – Peggy Sue, Boise
1974 – Connie Seburn, Caldwell
1973 – Chris Doherty Holmes, Boise, MRI – 74/75
1972 – Janis Wroten, Boise
1971 – Ruth Campbell Schneider, Caldwell, MRI – 71/72 Won MRI as CNR Queen
1970 – Cora Smith, Weiser
1969 – Ericka Schuster, Caldwell
1968 – Marcia Valentine, Crane, OR
1967 – Barbara Townley, Caldwell
1966 – Alice Williams, Caldwell
1965 – Rosemary Vassar Weaver, Caldwell
1964 – Harriet Sharp Gleason, Nampa, MRI – 65/66
1963 – Patty Ann Nally Lodge, Nampa, MRI – 64/65
1962 – Nancy Sheldon, Payette, MRI – 62/63
1961 – Karen Lavens James, Jerome, MRI – 61/62 & MRA
1960 – Donna Fletcher Crow, Nampa, MRI – 60/61
1959 – Carolyn Wylie Cutler, Twin Falls, MRI -59/60
1958 – Susan Cox Stauffer, Lewiston, MRI – 58/59 & MRA
1957 – Kay Weick Dennis, Caldwell , MRI – 57/58
1956 – Karna Thorson, Weiser, MRI – 56/57 (Began MRI Contest in Caldwell)
No mentions of Queen again until 1956
1941 – Bethene Shire
1940 – No Contest
1939 – Ruth Stayner
1938 – Rae Skinner, Jordan Valley, OR
1937 – No Contest
1936 – Jean Hodgson, Notus
1935 – Orphena Hamiliton, Sunny Slope
No mentions of Queen again until 1935
1926 – Mary Skeleton, Caldwell
1925 – Edith Farrar, Caldwell
1924 – Charlotte Davis, Caldwell