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2018 Royalty


Miss Sheridan WYO Rodeo 


Hannah Ostheimer

Hannah Ostheimer, the 2018 Miss Sheridan WYO Rodeo Queen, is the 20-year-old daughter of Gib and Debbie Ostheimer. She graduated high school at sixteen as valedictorian of her class, earned her Associates Degree in Agriculture from Casper College, and a Bachelors Degree in Biology from the University of Wyoming.  She has been a working student for a number of equine barns, assisted veterinarians as a tech, and has worked at a polo ranch in their equine reproduction facility. With any free time Hannah has you can find her at the barn, enjoying and training her horses. She grew up competing in 4-H, winning state titles with both her horses and knitting projects. Hannah earned the AQHA Youth World champion title in 2016 in show jumping. When not with her horses, Hannah enjoys archery hunting, reading, fly fishing with her dad, and spending time with her family. Hannah's future endeavors include running for Miss Rodeo Wyoming at the Wyoming State Fair in August and continuing her education in a masters program.  Hannah would like to thank her sponsors in the community for their very generous donations, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board, the Queen Board and her parents for their support. She has been actively representing the WYO Rodeo since September and is excited to continue representing the Sheridan WYO Rodeo throughout her reign.

WYO Rodeo Sr. Princess


Reata Cook

Reata is honored to have been crowned Sheridan WYO Rodeo Sr. Princess and contributes her blessings to her faith, stating, “Whatever I decide to do, I think on the bible verse, Philippians 4:13 ‘I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.’’’  Reata Karlene Cook is the 17- year- old daughter of Kerri Parr & Jay Cook of Sheridan.  She will be a senior at Big Horn High School.  Reata is involved in Key Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and is a Ram Mentor. Reata is very active in her high school, especially, Big Horn Athletics, where she has played volleyball, is a member of the track team, winning the State Championship title her freshman and sophomore year, as well as having been one of the starting five varsity players on the basketball team, also winning the State Championship title her sophomore year, and this year has added managing football to her Big Horn High School endeavors. Reata loves sports of all kinds and has been involved in Sheridan County Cowgirls Rodeo, Sheridan County Rodeo, and the Wyoming Junior Rodeo Association where she ran barrels, poles, and goat tied.  Reata has also carried flags for the WYO Rodeo and was the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Jr. Princess in 2012. When Reata is not playing sports, she is helping her dad on the Wrench Ranch haying and doing cow work.  Reata also enjoys playing her violin, singing, riding and doing cow work for a few local ranchers, and is especially fond of helping to A-I cattle.   Her future goal is to attend college and major in Physical Therapy, Sports Medicine, or Veterinary Medicine. Reata looks forward to representing the WYO Rodeo as their Sr. Princess this year.

WYO Rodeo Princess


Bree Laing

Bree Laing is the 16 year old daughter of Tony and June Laing of Sheridan.  For the past 6 years, she has attended an online school, giving her freedom and flexibility to spend time on the ranch with her horses and livestock.  She has earned straight A’s and remained on the honor roll. Her favorite electives have been French, German, sign language, and drama. She also enjoys volleyball, soccer, singing, playing the piano and mandolin, roping, goat tying, pole bending, sorting cattle, pleasure riding, and actually any activity which is horse related.  She is involved in 4-H and a member of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Wranglers. Bree values her faith in God above all else.  Her future interests are somewhat broad, but include becoming a Vet Tech, Elementary Music Teacher, or to study Music Theatre Performance. Bree would like to thank her parents, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Queen Board, and the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board for their support.  She is excited for the opportunity to represent the Sheridan WYO Rodeo as their 2018 Princess.

WYO Rodeo Princess


Hailee Tellez

Hailee Tellez is the 16 year old daughter of Larry and Vicki Tellez of Sheridan. Hailee just completed her 10th grade school year with future plans of pursuing a career in equine assisted mental health therapy. She is a member of 4-H, where she is involved in showing horses, photography, and veterinary science.  She enjoys reading, writing, photography, traveling, camping, hanging out with friends and family, and of course, rodeo and showing her horse.  Hailee is excited to represent the Sheridan WYO Rodeo as Princess.

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