Miss Rodeo Florida 2019
Miss Teen Rodeo Florida– 2019
Miss Rodeo Florida Princess– 2019
Cara Spirazza is 24 years old and is from Lake Worth, Florida. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2016. While attending UCF, she also competed on the Western Equestrian Team and served as Team Captain. Cara is currently in Veterinary School at Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, class of 2021. Her life-long ambition is to become a large animal veterinarian to be able to care for horses and cattle, with a focus on our equine rodeo athletes, and to one day open a practice of her own.
Cara has a huge passion for animals and for helping people. She grew up volunteering with a therapeutic riding center and with her family’s service dog non-profit organization, Paws 4 Liberty, where they rescue and train service dogs for Veterans. She is also a volunteer member with her local fire department and is a certified emergency medical technician. She enjoys horseback riding, fishing, boating, and anything outdoors!
During her reign as Miss Rodeo Florida 2019 and as the state’s official representative of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Cara will travel to rodeo performances throughout the entire state of Florida and even throughout the country. Along the way she will make appearances at schools, children’s hospitals, and other special events to share her passion and educate the public about the sport of rodeo and the western way of life. Cara is beyond excited about her year as Miss Rodeo Florida where she has the opportunity to surround herself with what she loves while being able to promote the PRCA in her home state.
Kassidy Cabot, daughter of Jenny and Eric Cabot, was crowned Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 2019, in front of a crowd of friends and family. She was also awarded Horsemanship, Photogenic and Speech awards.
Kassidy, known for her ability and pleasure in talking to everyone, is also an avid outdoor enthusiast. She enjoys many adventures Florida is known for, including theme parks, kayaking and lounging at the beach on sunny days. From a very young age, Kassidy’s love for animals eventually led her to love all things encompassed by the rodeo. She is a member of FHSRA and NBHA and has participated in barrel races and rodeos throughout the state of Florida. While she enjoys training her horses, it’s the special bond they share which makes her happiest and most fulfilled. While currently attending Harmony High School, Kassidy is a member of the National Honors Society and the FFA. She is also a member of the Long Horn Allegiant Club. Her ambitions are to finish high school with honors and to attend college in Texas majoring in marketing. She plans to obtain a job promoting the PRCA. Volunteering with Pawsitive Action, which is an organization that provides therapy dogs to people with special needs, Kassidy works to help raise new puppies and train future therapy dogs. She will continue to bring awareness to this organization and the need for this specialized type of therapy. Kassidy will also work to spread the need to preserve our agricultural lands and way of life. One may follow her year on the Miss Rodeo Florida Facebook/Instagram page as she hopes to spread her message of “dream big, make plans, work hard and celebrate life”.
Your 2019 Miss Rodeo Florida Princess, Miss Congeniality, Miss Photogenic and Speech Award Winner, Bailee Jeannin, is from St. Cloud Florida, where she and her family have grown up all their lives. Bailee is full of faith, family, friends and animals. She is the Secretary of her 4H Club, Ewe Neek Country Kids, and is the proud holder of the 2017 Junior Hog Showmanship Grand Champion for the Osceola County Livestock Show and Fair.
Bailee is well rounded in academics and athletics. She is an all A’s student at Harmony Middle School, an All-Star Softball Player, a member of the District Championship Team for St. Cloud Little League, and a Regional and District Champion Youth Cheerleader.
Bailee has also earned the 2017 Little Miss Silver Spurs, Miss Congeniality and Miss Photogenic titles.
“She turns her cant’s into cans, and dreams into plans! Bailee is honored and thrilled to represent the State of Florida to promote the sport of rodeo.
Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart– 2019
Sydnee is the 11 year old daughter of Mike and Stacey Crawley. She is an Osceola county native and is a current honor roll student at Hickory Tree Elementary School.
She enjoys swimming, boating, mudding, but most of all riding her horses. She rides both English and Western, and loves competing in local shows and events.
She is incredibly excited and blessed to be given the opportunity to be your 2019 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart.
She is looking forward to traveling all over Florida representing the great sport of rodeo. She can't wait to make new friends, be a positive role model, encourage everyone to follow their dreams and gain new rodeo fans.