Our Royalty program is an essential part of the Fair and Rodeo, with a longstanding tradition of celebrating and honoring the talented young women who represent our community. Our Royalty court is comprised of dedicated women who embody the values of the Western way of life and promote our events throughout the year. From the coronation ceremony to their public appearances, the Royalty court serves as ambassadors for the Fair and Rodeo, representing our community with grace, dignity, and Western hospitality. Learn more about our current Royalty court, their duties, and how you can become a part of this proud tradition.
Friday, August 11th, 2023
Morey’s Steakhouse & Event Center
Queen Contestants model, perform, and speak as
part of this competition. Please RSVP to Sarah
at 208-670-1384 by Aug 3rd. Meal is $7.50 per person.
Saturday, August 13th, 2023
Meet Queen Bailie Bramwell
“Rodeo Royalty Promoting Our Western Way of Life With a Twist”
Introducing Bailie Bramwell 2023 Miss Cassia County Fair and Rodeo. Also known as “The Zebra Queen” Bailie’s talents range far beyond the traditional.
Bailie lives in the small community of Grant Idaho. She shares a vintage 1919 farm home with her mom Tera Fortner and an assortment of animals. Including horses, cattle, Sicilian donkeys, ducks, and Indy the cow dog. There are also various exotic beasts like tropical birds, Javelina/ Juliana mini pigs, and Poe the skunk, all require love and care from our reining queen. Bailie has a Certificate in woman’s self defense and studied MMA fighting under her beloved master; the late Lari Beebe. She may look small but this little firecracker has overcome many personal challenges with a “go-get’em” attitude. With her faith and healing love from her family and “Princess Pit Crew” Bailie chases her dreams.
Bailie started riding horses at the tender age of two, and began rodeo queening just after turning eight. Bailie has held numerous titles, won 6 saddles, as well as several high point horsemanship and Miss Congeniality awards in her queen career. She also enjoys competing in barrels, poles, reigned cow horse, and mounted shooting events. Bailie graduated with honors from Rigby High School in 2019, where she excelled at science, equine studies, and zoology. Bailie is currently attending college studies online to complete her Bachelor’s as a Veterinary Technician. She plans to continue her education abroad to fulfill her dreams of becoming a Veterinarian with an emphasis in Equine Genetics or Orthopedics. Bailie was chosen to participate in the 2019 AQHA Young Horse Development Program, sparking her interest in studying the lines of her personal equines. Bailie aspires to perfect her breeding, training, program in hopes to compete for the AQHA Remuda Challenge. She also hopes to one day own a zebra. Either way animals will remain a part of Bailie’s life and career.
Bailie has a passion for our beautiful country and she works hard to support many charities. Breast Cancer’s “Tough Enough to Wear Pink”, Toy’s For Tots, Adopt a Veteran Program, Wounded Warrior Project, and Operation Hugs all receive her time and attention. Within her community Bailie and her mom are always available with a helping hand, tractor, or home cooked meal. Bailie’s Old fashioned fruit cobbler, and cheesecake are legendary!
Want to Apply? Download, review, and submit the form below and be familiar with the following horsemanship patterns.