Rodeo Court & Personnel

 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Queen: Kendra Pinnell

Hello everyone, my name is Kendra Pinnell and I am your 2019 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Queen. I was born in Tacoma, Washington and my family and I moved to the Rogue Valley in 2005. I live with my mom Tina, my dad Bob, and my older sister Mikayla. I am currently a senior at Crater Lake Charter Academy. I was the 2018 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess. I enjoyed being a part of the great sport of rodeo so I decided to do it all over again! I started riding English at the age of six, but I have always had an interest in roping and now I love everything about rodeo! Words cannot even describe how excited I am to get to travel with my four legged partner in crime, Badger. I am looking forward to another fantastic year traveling the state of Oregon representing the Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo.


 



Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess: Madison Dungey

Hi everyone! My name is Madison Dungey and I'm your 2019 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess. I was born and raised here in Medford, living with both my wonderful parents Jason and Jenny. I am currently a senior at Cascade Christian High School. I started riding when I was 5 years old on my horse Tia. I still ride, and show on her today. She has taken me farther than I could ever imagine in the show world, 4H, and riding for South Medford’s Equestrian Team. I also started doing gaming events my freshman year on a horse named Daisy. She has taught me to ride not only without fear and confidence but with more joy even when we don’t win, but achieve our goals. With that said I am so thrilled to be here and be this years 2019 Princess! I’m excited to take this journey with these 2 wonderful friends as we represent your Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo.



 



Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess: Dana DeCasas

Hello everyone, my name is Dana DeCasas but, I would prefer to go by DJ. I am your 2019 Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Princess. I was born in Lancaster, California but moved to Grants Pass in 2005. I live with my dad Dennis, my mom Lisa and my older sister Helena. I am currently a senior at Hidden Valley High School, where I am involved in FFA, FBLA, Equestrian and Cheer. I started barrel racing when I was 4 years old and began to rodeo at 10 years old. I am excited to be representing the Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo and can't wait for the year to come!

 





 



 

Rodeo Announcer: Will Rasmussen
A smooth, easy-listening voice, solid knowledge of rodeo and a style that is both entertaining and informative are the mix of elements that make Will Rasmussen one of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s most popular Rodeo Announcers.

His personal knowledge of the sport, sense of humor and timing blend together for a quality presentation that enhances the rodeo and satisfies the fans. “I guess it’s my sense that you need more than just a rodeo,” he says. “People want to be entertained.”















Rodeo Clown: JJ Harrison
10-time Northwest Clown of the Year and National Finals Rodeo Clown. JJ Grew up in the small town of Okanogan, Washington near the Canadian Border. He found an interest in rodeo in high school, which led to his being on the Washington State University Rodeo team. "Go Cougs".............I tried all events but Bull riding was what I really loved... but due to the fact I'm a big sissy... I stuck with Roping" He found success roping but laughs off his career to a really fun road trip. JJ has taught middle school for 8 years and enjoys every second he spends with kids. "I never want to grow up and the best way to do that is hang with kids." JJ has been to over 120 rodeos performances in only 3 years time.

He has become one of the most sought after rodeo clowns in the Northwest and shows no signs of stopping. If you want high energy and constant entertainment in your arena...this is the guy. "I always worry that people will someday realize...it's not an act....it's just who I am...."
 

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