Chloe Brown is the daughter of Ryan and Francine Brown, and has an older sister/best friend, Courtney. Chloe resides in Cle Elum, Washington, where she attends Cle Elum Roslyn High School. Chloe loves to be involved in school activities, she is a varsity cheerleader for football and basketball and was recently elected the school Spirit Commissioner. Chloe’s love of horses began at the age of seven with her first pretty little palomino who taught her quite a bit about horses!She participated in 4-H for six years, before joining high school rodeo, where she has been riding her mentor’s horse, Ginger.At home, she cares for two horses, JP and Chief, two crazy German Shorthair dogs, Sage (yes named after Sage Kimzey!) and Stella and her first two market hogs, Miss Piggy and Kermit. She is an active member in FFA and hopes to continue promoting rodeo and agricultural for many years.
WHY I WANT TO BECOME MISS TEEN RODEO WASHINGTON
Miss Teen Rodeo Washington is an inspiration to every girl who is getting her start in the rodeo industry, she is the helping hand, crown straightener, and the Washington-banner-wearing young lady. She travels to represent the sport of rodeo and Washington state with grace and poise, while being knowledgeable about the sport and the western way of life. Miss Teen Rodeo Washington shares the values that are instilled in every rodeo athlete, and strives to educate the public about those values and everything the sport has to offer. I want to be Miss Teen Rodeo Washington because I see the importance of being the helping hand, sharing my love of the sport, and doing so while remembering what it is that I hold close to my heart. It would be an absolute honor to do this while representing my hometown and state!