Heather Woods is 20 years old from Reedley, California. She is the daughter of Dale and Missy Woods. Currently enrolled in an EMT course through Sequoia Safety Council, she is excited to become an EMT in the near future. She knows she can't change the world, but she hopes to change someone's world. She currently works at the Grant Grove Stables and has for the last five seasons.
Her cowgirl advice is: It's not how many times your butt lands in the dirt that matters. What really counts is how many times you pick yourself up, dust off your britches, and get back on.
Kassidy McComb is the 15 year old daughter of
Cody and Tasha McComb. She extremely
active in Madera FFA where she has competed in speaking contests, does
community service, and shows livestock.
She also has competed in barrel racing on a monthly basis. She is a member of the Coarsegold Rodeo Flag
team. In the future she plans on getting
her bachelor degree in equine science.
She plans on starting a performance horse company. She loves to represent rodeo and her
Paitlynn Palmer is nine years old and the daughter of Loni and Michelle. She is in the 4th grade at River Bluff Elementary. She attends North Pointe Church. She enjoys playing softball, soccer, and anything art. Her favorite is riding horses. When she grows up she would like to be a marine biologist.
Raised on her ranch in Tivy Valley, five year old Adaline Marie Odom is the daughter of Anna and Cliff Odom. She is in kindergarten at Centerville Elementary. Adaline started 4-H this year after 5 years of waiting and can’t wait to be old enough for animal projects. This sassy cowgirl loves riding her horse, camping, fishing, and spending time with her family. Adaline is wearing a grey Brain cancer awareness ribbon in honor of her grandfather who would take her to team roping down the street. Adaline wants to be a Rodeo photographer and practices whenever she is not riding. As a MRA member she is happily meeting and making new friends.
Adaline would like to wish everyone a great ride.