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Page, 15, chosen 2018 White Bird Rodeo Queen

'Horses have always been my passion'

Newly named queen for the White Bird Rodeo, Kaylee Page gives the wave during her tryout on Saturday, April 14.

Photo by David Rauzi
Newly named queen for the White Bird Rodeo, Kaylee Page gives the wave during her tryout on Saturday, April 14.



— Saturday afternoon tryouts for White Bird Rodeo Queen resulted in Kaylee Page of Kooskia chosen to represent the event for 2018.

Page, 15, is the daughter of Yogi and Phyllis Page. She is a freshman at Clearwater Valley High School.

“I have been royalty in the past, but have never been royalty for a rodeo,” Page stated in her application. “White Bird has always been my favorite, so I would love to be able to represent my favorite rodeo as their royalty for the next year.”

Page served as queen for Cottonwood Riding Club (2015-16) and Grangeville Triple Bar Drill Team (2016-17). She enjoys hobbies including painting, horn hunting, and going hound hunting with her dad. Her school sports include volleyball, wrestling (“my favorite sport”) and track.

“Horses have always been my passion,” she said. “I have been riding horses since I was 4.”

This year, the 29th annual White Bird Rodeo will be held June 15-16. Information online at http://www.whitebirdrodeo.com/ .



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