August 14-21, 2021
Kaylee Teagan - Cassia County Fair and Rodeo 2021 Queen

2021 Queen
Kaylee Teagan

Hello fair and rodeo fans! My name is Kaylee Tegan, and I am your 2021 Cassia County Fair and Rodeo Queen. I was born and raised in the Mini-Cassia area, and I graduated from Declo High School in 2018. Throughout high school, I was a member of the soccer team, rodeo team, concert and jazz band, and the Business Professionals of America chapter. After high school, I attended the College of Southern Idaho. I graduated from CSI with an Associate’s degree in Communication in May of 2020. During my time at CSI, I was captain of the speech and debate team as well as a member of the Friends of Rock Creek Task Force. I am currently a senior at Boise State University, and I will graduate with my Bachelor’s in Communication. After graduation, I will be transferring for graduate school to obtain a Master’s degree. I hope to become a Communication professor at a community college, so I can inspire other students the way my professors have inspired me.

The western way of life is something I hold near and dear to my heart. I have always grown up with horses. Whether it be rodeo, horse racing, ISRA posse meets, queen contests, or just a good old-fashioned trail ride, my family has always made our western heritage a priority. I have been participating in rodeo queen contests for the last six years, and I have held three titles. Throughout these experiences I have been able to meet so many amazing people, and I have developed many life-long skills that will continue to benefit me outside of the arena. I want to help the future generations of rodeo queens pursue their dreams. When I am not focusing on my own goals, you can find me helping out with the IHSRA District 6 Queen contest and the Buhl Youth Rodeo Royalty.

I would not be here without the continuous support from so many people. I would first like to extend a thanks to our fairboard. They put in so much effort to make sure that we have the best events possible during our fairweek. I would also like to thank my coordinator, Sarah Seymour, for all of her help in making our contest possible. Finally, I would like to thank my support circle of family, friends, and fellow sash sisters. I could not do any of this without you.

Representing the Cassia County Fair and Rodeo has been a goal of mine since I was three years old. I truly believe that we have the BEST rodeo in the West, and I have loved every minute of getting to share it with people all over the state of Idaho. If you see me on the rodeo trail this summer, be sure to say hi, and don’t miss the Cassia County Fair and Rodeo this year! I look forward to seeing you all!