Current Royalty
Hannah Wagner - Miss Rodeo Minnesota 2019
Hannah was born and raised on a farm in Cambridge, Minnesota not far from the local Isanti Firefighters Rodeo. 

Growing up her entire family was involved with rodeo; grandfather, father, aunts, and uncles.  Competing both locally and nationally, she has been involved with Minnesota Rodeo Association, Women’s Professional Rodeo Association, and Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.  Hannah is a past competitor in the Little Britches Rodeo Association, as well as the Minnesota High School Rodeo Association.

While competing in the Minnesota High School Rodeo Association, Hannah qualified for the Junior High Nationals in Gallup, New Mexico three years in the barrel racing.  In the high school division, she qualified for Nationals three times in the girls breakaway roping in Rock Springs, Wyoming. 

Hannah finished her Associates degree at Anoka-Ramsey Community College in the spring of 2015. That autumn she continued her education at South Dakota State University.  In May of 2018, she received her Bachelor of Science and Arts in Theatre, with a minor in Photography.

In her down time, she enjoys reading, photography, acting, directing, going to Barrel Races and Team Roping Jackpots, as well as teaching others about her love for horses and passion for rodeo.
  
  
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Appearance Request
The Miss Rodeo Minnesota titleholders are available to appear at your event. 

They are not limited to rodeo or equine events!

Parades, conventions, award banquets and other specialty events all benefit from an appearance from one or all of the Miss Rodeo Minnesota titleholders.
Eryn Friesen - Miss Teen Rodeo Minnesota 2019
Bio Coming Soon!
History of Miss Rodeo Minnesota
Minnesota has a rich history of western tradition and Miss Rodeo Minnesota serves as the official spokesperson for the PRCA/Professional Rodeo Association in the state of Minnesota.

Click here to learn more about our former titleholders.
Miss Rodeo Minnesota History