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Kylee Lamb


2023 Sheridan WYO Rodeo Sr. Princess, Kylee Lamb, is the 19-year-old daughter of Kody and Suz Lamb. Kylee is a 2022 graduate of Big Horn High School, where she participated in many activities, including SkillsUSA, 4-H, Student Council, Key Club, volleyball, basketball, softball, and track. Currently, Kylee is attending Gillette College to earn her Associates of Applied Science in Welding Technology. Upon graduation, she will then transfer to Sheridan College and finish her education with a Business Certificate. At Gillette College, she is involved in extracurricular activities, including being President of the welding club and serving on the State SkillsUSA Leadership team. In Kylee's limited free time, she enjoys fishing, ATVing, trail riding, and spending time with her family. She especially loves spending time with her horse, Cowboy, and her rabbit, Romeo. Kylee loves being a part of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Royalty, and she is thankful for all the opportunities it has presented her.


Isabella Yellowtail



2023 Sheridan WYO Rodeo Sr Princess Isabella Yellowtail is currently a senior at Tongue River High School and a concurrent enrollment student at Sheridan College studying Medical Terminology and Biology. Isabella is an enrolled member of the Crow tribe and a 4th Generation Rancher's daughter who was blessed to grow up riding horses and raising cattle all while her parents Carson and Mamie Yellowtail instilled God, grit and the idea of hard work in her all her little life. Her favorite scripture is He paws the ground fiercely, eager and spirited, then charges into the fray. He laughs at danger, fearless, doesn’t shy away…He quivers with excitement, and at the trumpet blast races off at a gallop.” Job 39:19-25 because it reminds her of her horse Cricket. In 2019 Isabella was chosen as the Jr. Miss Crow Fair Rodeo Queen and from then on she completely fell in love with being a role model and being given the opportunity to represent her nation in the rodeo world. In 2021 she was chosen to be Miss Crow Fair Rodeo. During both of those reigns she attended the Indian National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas accompanied by, “Cricket”, and was honored to be able to lead the Parade Of Nations carrying the one and only INFR flag, push cattle back, and hold the Canadian Flag. In the same years, both times she had attended the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and felt a welcome she had never felt before. After her year came to an end she was encouraged to run for Sheridan WYO Rodeo Sr. Princess, and here she is, folks, excited to represent people like you across the state.  Let’s Get WYO’D!

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