Rodeo Pageant Coordinators

 Olivia Gunter [email protected]   Cell: 801-830-0816


Aubrie Christensen - Queen

Aubrie Christensen is from Lindon Utah. She is the daughter of Damon Christensen and Stephanie and Jeff Lord. She is an honor roll student at Timpanogos High School.

Aubrie has played on their tennis team for the past 3 years. She is also the Secretary of her school’s FFA chapter. She is enrolled in her school’s Masters Art class where she has won several awards and has sold several pieces of her artwork at local art shows.

This year in High School, Aubrie won a talent contest where she did a presentation to the entire student body on what it means to participate in rodeo and being an ambassador for the sport.

She is a member of the IRHA, and the UHSRA, competing in reining, barrel racing,

breakaway, and the High School Queen competitions.

Her future plans are to attend Snow College where she has received several scholarships. Her goal is to pursue her education in equine science. She is currently interning at Rocky Mountain Equine in Springville Utah. Aubrie has loved serving for 2 years on the Lindon Royalty, the Pony Express PRCA Rodeo royalty, and the first inaugural West Haven Days Rodeo Royalty. Aubrie believes it’s not about the crown, but about supporting the community and sharing her love of rodeo and our western heritage.

Piper Maxwell - 1st Attendant

Piper Maxwell, daughter of Ryan and Shannon Maxwell, lives in Riverton. She is currently a Senior at Juan Diego Catholic High School where she is a Student body officer, serves as an ambassador and is the tennis team captain. She has won numerous high school art awards. Piper is an Utah 4 H State Horse Ambassador. She served as vice president of the Utah Junior Paint club and on a national level. She has served as a National Director for the American Junior Paint Horse Association for two years. She loves to travel and has been on humanitarian trips to Fiji and St. Marten. Her future plans include continuing her education after high school at Louisiana State University where her focus will be Sports Media and Marketing. Piper is looking forward to checking off her lifelong goal as she competes for Miss Strawberry Days Rodeo Queen and would like to wish all of the contestants good luck!

Lexie Walker - 2nd Attendant

Lexi Walker is proud to call Lindon City her home. For all 19 years of her life she has loved horses, and she has loved representing Lindon City’s “little bit of country” as part of the 2022 and 2023 Rodeo Royalty. Lexi loves training young horses, especially to be ready for shows and rodeos. Her favorite events to compete in are barrel racing, western pleasure, pole bending, and horsemanship. Lexis dream is to compete in barrel racing at many rodeos in the PRCA circuit system, and eventually earn enough money to qualify for the WNFR. Outside of horses, Lexi loves camping, floral design, and going to swig. She is excited to see who will get to represent the Strawberry Days Rodeo for 2024.

Strawberry Days Rodeo

Its about family, its about fun, its about entertainment, IT’S UTAH