Stampede Royalty

2018 Elgin Stampede Queen, Brianna Micka

2018 Elgin Stampede Royalty

Brianna Micka and Casidee Harrod


Hello Elgin Stampede Rodeo Fans!

My name is Casidee Harrod. I live in Enterprise with my parents, Ron & Cheryl Harrod and my older brother Boone. I attend Enterprise High School as a Freshman with a 3.8 GPA. My hobbies include showing livestock and horses, FFA, 4-H, basketball, hiking, and spending time with my friends and family. I’ve always been very involved in my community and county.

My main hobby has always been riding horses. Whether its riding my performance horse, Fred, or riding my court horse, C.B. This summer, I’m lucky enough to use C.B., a 15.1, black quarter horse, thanks to the Miller family! I’m so excited to spend this summer with him going to different rodeos representing The Elgin Stampede!

I’ve always looked up to the Elgin Stampede court girls over the years, and made it a goal to someday be a role model to the little girls that were just like me. As I work towards becoming queen I would love your support in ticket sales! I can’t wait to see you all this summer at the 72nd Annual Elgin Stampede!

Thanks you so much for your support,
Casidee (541) 263-1605


Hello Elgin Stampede Rodeo Fans!

My name is Brianna Micka and I was born and raised in Enterprise, Oregon.  I am the daughter of Jeff and Brenda Micka.  I have four older brothers who are always looking out for me.  I turned 16 years old in June and will be a sophomore at Enterprise High School this fall.  I am involved in basketball, volleyball, FFA, 4H, Broncs & Bulls Drill Team, Wallowa County Horse Classics Team, a serpentine rider for the Chief Joseph Days Tuckerettes and a three time state winner for horse 4-H.  I love keeping busy and working hard for the things I love!

I am an honor roll student and plan to attend college with aspirations of becoming a teacher and Ag Advisor.  I adore little kids and want to be the best role model I can be.  It is also very gratifying to be involved and support the communities in which we live.

I started riding when I was six years old and from that moment I was hooked.  From then it became my passion and something I can’t live without.  With my dream of riding horses also became my dream of being an Elgin Stampede Rodeo Queen!     

This year I am taking on that dream with my sorrel horse Sophie.  She has been my saving grace since day one.  She has led me to explore new things and is empowering me to conquer my dreams.  Together we can’t wait to greet you in the arena, rodeo stands and on the parade routes.

I am honored to be on the Elgin Stampede Royalty and am looking forward to an amazing year. I ask you for your support as I compete to become the 2018 Elgin Stampede Rodeo Queen! The competition is judged on three categories:  Riding, Speaking, and Ticket Sales. I will be working hard to excel in these categories and greatly appreciate your support with ticket purchases. 

So dust off your boots and put on your hat and join me at the Elgin Stampede.

I look forward to seeing y’all there,
Brianna  (541) 398-0710