Our Royalty for 2020 and 2021 are (l-r)
- Kylie Rae has been selected as the 2021 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Princess
- Alexis Rose Dubbs has been selected as the 2021 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Pro Rodeo Queen
- Eva Louise Butler has been selected as the 2021 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Jr. Teen Queen
- Tru Hall has been selected as the 2021 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Teen Queen
Alexis Rose Dubbs has been selected as the 2021 Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Pro Rodeo Queen. Alexis is the daughter of Jason Dubbs, and Malina and Robert Lopez. Alexis not only loves the sport of rodeo, but values the heritage and sense of community that it provides. Alexis has previously competed in numerous organizations such as Arizona High School Rodeo, Queen Creek Junior Rodeo and even had the honor to compete in Perry, Georgia for the National Barrel Horse Association World Championships! Alexis believes that rodeo is more than just a sport, it is a family and even more so in Queen Creek. She has been a part of the Queen Creek community for years now, first going to school at American Leadership Academy. She also sings on her worship team and volunteers at a children’s church in Queen Creek. Alexis first became involved with Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek by volunteering at the Special Kid’s Rodeo with American Leadership Academy’s equine program. She feels honored to be selected and will continue the tradition and family values of Roots N’ Boots and Queen Creek.
Tru Hall has been selected as the 2021 Teen Queen. Tru Hall is a 15-year-old young lady who attends Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center (AAEC); where she is in the Pre-Veterinary program and working towards her Associates in Science degree along with her high school diploma. Tru’s passion is helping others. After school she volunteers cleaning the campus and tutors’ others. She enjoys helping with the “Cards for Kidz” program where volunteers write encouraging letters to young patients and she looks forward to this summer where she will spend time volunteering at the Mayo clinic with patient services. Tru participates in barrel racing with the Queen Creek Barrel Racing Association, and this is her first year competing in Arizona Junior Rodeo Association. Her favorite activities are the open jackpots and gymkhanas. Tru loves the teamwork between her and her horse, Pebbles. Her other passions include volleyball, drawing and painting, trail riding, and spending quality time with her family. She loves and finds reward in working and caring for animals. Her future goals include joining FFA at AAEC and becoming a veterinarian. Tru has seen that rodeo makes friends family, and competitors’ friends-to Tru, rodeo is a way of life and it has become a way of life she wants to continue. She is very excited to volunteer and represent the Town of Queen Creek.
Eva Louise Butler has been selected as the 2021 Jr. Teen Queen. Eva is a 15 year old sophomore at Queen Creek High School, an active member in the Queen Creek Gymkhana Club, and an FFA Chapter officer. Horses and rodeo hold a very special place in Eva’s heart. At the age of two, when she began riding her first pony “Domino,” her unconditional love ignited her passion for riding horses and showing. Eva participated in Queen Creek 4-H and the Queen Creek Gymkhana Club, where she competed in English, western, gymkhana and roping classes. She is looking forward to representing her hometown and her hometown rodeo.
Kylie Rae has been selected as the 2021 Princess. Kylie Rae was born and raised in the Queen Creek area and has a deep passion for her community. She has been attending Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek since opening year 2011. At three years old, she was mutton bustin’ her way through that magical weekend. In addition to participating in family activities like Kids N’ Kritters, she has volunteered at the Special Kids Rodeo for several years. Working with the youth is her favorite part of Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek- seeing the smiles on the kids’ faces warms her heart. Outside of volunteering, she also enjoys acting in local plays, babysitting, training her dogs (Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton), and spending time hunting and fishing with her family. Kylie Rae is deeply touched to have been inducted into the Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Royalty Court, and she looks forward to serving the people in her community.