Lexi Nelson Named Tate FFA Rodeo Queen

May 7, 2023

Lexi Nelson was named queen of the 32nd Annual Tate High School FFA Alumni Association Rodeo that took place Friday and Saturday nights. Kyrie King was first runner-up.

She is the daughter of Edwin and Lisa Nelson and a big sister to Bradley and Charlie. She is a junior at Tate High School. She is a member of Tate’s FFA, agriculture sales team, and National Technical Honor Society.

Lexi got her first horse at 9-months old and was riding competitively by age 4. She rides and trains her own horses daily. Lexi has multiple horses but rode her favorite horse “Foxy” in the rodeo.

Eight cowgirls competed for the rodeo queen title. Each girl had to write an essay, be interviewed by judges, perform a riding pattern and queen’s salute on their horse, and demonstrate how to tack up a horse correctly.

RELATED: Tate FFA Alumni Rodeo Photo Galleries

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2 Responses to “Lexi Nelson Named Tate FFA Rodeo Queen”

  1. Michelle David on May 8th, 2023 3:20 am

    Congratulations on winning. You work so hard with your horses and have earned respect and recognition. Keep riding and smiling.

  2. Lou on May 7th, 2023 8:11 am

    Congratulations Lexi and all who participated. It’s great to see these young people enjoying Rodeo!

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