Rodeo Pageant Coordinators
Hadley Seeds - Queen
Graduating from Syracuse High School in 2018 Hadley will be attending Davis Technical College this fall pursuing Master Esthetician.
She enjoys anything that takes her outdoors from hiking to hauling hay or spending the day at the horse races. Hadley loves something about each season… Spring colts and fillies, summer gardens especially fresh peas from the pod, fall deer hunting, and snowmobile trips in the winter. Hadley also looks forward to the yearly branding with her dad and brothers. Whether its
work or play, she loves an athletic lifestyle with family, friends, and fellow horsemen.
Hadley is a member of the NRHA, AQHA, and IRHA; she enjoys the monthly shows and has earned a Greener Than Grass Buckle on her horse, A Colored Diamond. Hadley is a volunteer in the non-profit organization, Freedom Riders, where she assists in giving riding lessons to kids with disabilities. It warms her heart to see the smile on the kids’ faces as they improve their riding skills and continue to build confidence in themselves.
Hadley gratefully served as the Morgan County Queen, Oneida County Queen, Hooper Tomato Days Queen, Fiesta Days Queen, and Miss Rodeo Ogden, as well as many attendant titles. She has had to honor of representing the Wilderness Circuit as the 1 st Attendant and achieved the Horsemanship award at the 2019 Miss Wilderness Circuit contest. She was accepted to
participate in Rodeo Houston as a Pivot Girl in 2020 and 2021. This experience sparked a desire and goal to be a flag girl at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo as well as return back to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Cora Butler - 1st Attendant
Cora Butler is a true cowgirl at heart, she has always had a love for horses since she was young. Her passion for riding and the rodeo spurred her on to compete in many competitions, including 4H, where she made it to state and placed 7th out of 100 riders as a senior in 2019. It was this dedication and competitive spirit that helped her win Miss Rodeo Draper Queen in 2017. Cora has always been a strong-willed woman who is kind, smart, and determined. She graduated from Corner Canyon High School early in 2019. She’s been a student at Stringham studying Real Estate. Cora's love for trying new things led her to start in mounted shooting.
Cecilia Wood - 2nd Attendant
Cecilia Wood is the 18-year-old daughter of Jay and Patsy Wood from Pleasant Grove Utah. She recently graduated from Pleasant Grove High School where she was an officer in FFA. During her senior year in FFA, she was a part of the horse judging team and competed in the public speaking contest where she placed second in the region. She is currently attending Utah Valley University in pursuit of a bachelor's degree in computer science. Cc first started riding horses when she was only 5 years old and it has been her passion ever since. At 12 she began working with young horses and showing and did so until she was finally able to get her own horse at 15. Cc has held the 2021 Lindon Jr Rodeo Queen title as well as the 2022 Strawberry Days Second Attendant title. She is very proud to be able to say that she has trained her horse to compete on her own. Throughout high school, CC also played guitar in Jazz bands. In 2018 she played in the top-ranked Junior High Jazz band in the nation. On her days off you can find Cc fishing with her friends or cruising down some off-roading trails. Cc currently works at the Mickelsen's Family Farm in Pleasant Grove teaching horse riding lessons to kids. She is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to teach kids about the Western way of life and give back to the community that has helped teach her so much. She says the best part of her day is going to work and helping kids fall in love with horses the way she did when she was young.