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A Texas tradition of almost five decades, the selection of Miss Rodeo Texas is based on horsemanship, appearance and personality competition with other finalists from across the great state of Texas. Since the inception of the Miss Rodeo Texas Pageant, Miss Rodeo Texas has served as a vibrant, colorful Goodwill Ambassador of Rodeo, the Official Sport of Texas, working closely with professional rodeos and rodeo associations to keep our western heritage and the western industry alive and flourishing in today’s society.

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During her reign, Miss Rodeo Texas will travel all over the state encouraging Texas youth to
remember the impact that our rich western heritage has had on the development of our state and to educate everyone about the contributions of Texas agriculture in our everyday lives.

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MISS RODEO TEXAS 2021
Bobbi Loran
Bobbi Loran was crowned as Miss Rodeo Texas 2021 on Friday, June 25th, 2021 at the Miss Rodeo Texas Pageant coronation in San Antonio, Texas. Bobbi represented as Miss West Texas Fair & Rodeo during the pageant. In addition to being crowned Miss Rodeo Texas 2021, Bobbi also garnered top awards in the Appearance, Personality, and Written Test categories.

Miss Loran is from Scotland, Texas. She is twenty-three years old and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from Midwestern State University, in Wichita Falls, where she graduated with Cum Laude honors. Bobbi made the Dean’s List in 2019 and earned her way on the Provost’s Honor Roll in 2020. She also holds an Associates of Science degree from Vernon College, where she was named on the Dean’s list. Additional scholastic activities include the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society, Baptist Student Ministries and Toastmasters.

Bobbi’s hobbies and goals include attending rodeos and riding horses, watching western movies with family, outdoor and family farm activities, bible studies and creating pyrotechnic entertainment. She is one of the youngest licensed special effects operators in the state of Texas. Ms. Loran is also a fan of adrenaline-fueled activities such as skydiving and barrel racing. She plans to obtain a master’s degree in marketing to become a strategic marketing manager within the rodeo industry.

Bobbi is deeply passionate about western heritage and the cowboy spirit. As Miss Rodeo Texas, she hopes to educate the public about rodeo, agriculture, and the rich history of the state of Texas. In addition, she plans to make a lasting impact within the rodeo world as an enthusiastic and spirited spokesperson. During her reign as Miss Rodeo Texas 2021, Bobbi will have plenty of opportunities to accomplish her goals as she travels over 50,000 miles promoting professional rodeo, western heritage, and agriculture.

Ms. Loran took home an incredible prize package, including a trophy saddle, trophy belt buckle, luggage, Texas ring, two custom Heads or Tails cowboy hats, plus much more. She will also receive a scholarship sponsored by the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo and Pepsi.

A Texas tradition for more than five decades with the Miss Rodeo Texas inauguration crowning in 1959, the Miss Rodeo Texas Pageant has produced eight Miss Rodeo Americas. Since the inception of the Miss Rodeo Texas Pageant, Miss Rodeo Texas has served as a vibrant, colorful goodwill ambassador of rodeo, the official sport of Texas, working closely with professional rodeos, rodeo associations and community organizations to preserve our western heritage and keep the western industry alive and flourishing in today’s society.
Contestants from all over the state participate in the Miss Rodeo Texas program competing for thousands of dollars in scholarship awards and other prizes among three age groups vying for their respective crowns. The Miss Rodeo Texas contest consists of pageant winners from 20 to 26 years old. The Miss Rodeo Texas Teen consists of winners from 14 to 19 year old. The Miss Rodeo Texas Princess competition consists of 9 to 13 year old contestants. The selection of each of the rodeo queens is based on horsemanship, appearance, and personality competitions with the crowning of the winners on coronation night in San Antonio, Texas.

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