Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek recently named it’s 2018 Royalty.
Madison Beattie has been named the 2018 Roots N’ Boots Pro Rodeo Queen. She has been riding and showing horses for more than twelve years. Her paint horse, Gentlemen Jack, is an award-winning 2-D barrel horse. Madison is currently enrolled in the Therapeutic Riding Instructor Training Program at Horses Help. She also enjoys painting and is one of the lead instructors at Pinot’s Palette. This is Madison’s first time holding a rodeo queen title and she feels very blessed to have received this opportunity.
The new Roots N’ Boots Sr. Teen Queen is Anna Butler. She is a junior at Queen Creek High School where she enjoys competing with her FFA Chapter in the Career Development Event, Parliamentary Procedure and Horse Evaluation. She shows horses in 4-H and with the United States Equestrian Federation.
Brandi Hight is the 2018 Roots N’ Boots Pro Rodeo Junior Teen Queen. She is a 7th grader at Camille Casteel High School. She loves rodeo and her passion is barrel racing on her horse ‘A Bit of Blonde’. She is a member of Queen Creek Junior Rodeo Association, Queen Creek Barrel Racing Association, and Chandler Vaqueros Saddle Club.
Each of the new royalty is proud and excited to be representing the Town of Queen Creek and Roots N’ Boots Pro Rodeo. The new royalty will be attending various events throughout the community and state of Arizona.
See RootsNBoots.org for all event details.