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Megan Haag

Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2016

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Lindsey Miller
Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2023

All the way from the northern edge of North Dakota, hails 22-year-old, Lindsey Miller. Lindsey resides in Flaxton on the family farm with her parents, Steve and Denise, and three younger siblings. Lindsey is a recent graduate of Dickinson State University, where she obtained an Associate degree in Agriculture Business. While a student at DSU, Lindsey was highly active in the DSU Agriculture Club, in which she worked alongside her peers to host events for 4-H and FFA youth, as well as educate those without an agriculture background. Lindsey would like to return to Dickinson State to earn a master’s degree in Agriculture Education and a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Communications, as she one day would like to properly educate those on agriculture and/or work in media promoting the sport of rodeo and/or agriculture.

In her free time, you can find Lindsey announcing at local youth rodeos and horse shows, participating in cowboy mounted shooting and barrel racing. She also enjoys searching for unique, vintage western finds at thrift stores within the hidden gems of North Dakota.

As a rodeo queen, Lindsey strives to use her influence to encourage others to ‘Find their light.’ “Before I became a rodeo queen, I was unsure of myself and my passion, but when I became a rodeo queen that soon changed. I discovered an inner confidence and a passion for promoting my western heritage, so I made it a personal goal to assist others in finding their own light, as I found mine,” said Lindsey.

With the help of her published book, The Girl in Lime Green Jeans, Miller aims to share her personal story to reach those outside of our everyday communities in hopes of enticing them to learn about and become a part of our great western heritage.

Miller will travel the region during 2023 promoting the sport of rodeo and the western heritage, and will compete for Miss Rodeo America in December 2023. By winning the title, Miller will be awarded a Chevy vehicle to drive during her year by Heartland Chevy & Wilhelm Chevrolet of Jamestown, along with cash prizes, trophy saddle, buckle, and more!

Miss Rodeo North Dakota promotes and assists with rodeos and other events throughout
North Dakota and serves as an ambassador at numerous rodeos throughout the country.
Want to book Lindsey at your event or youth function? Contact missrodeonorthdakota@gmail.com or message us through Facebook!
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