Miss Rodeo Florida
Miss Teen Rodeo Florida
Miss Rodeo Florida Princess
Makayla Baker is 26 years old and was born in Kissimmee, Florida. She lived in St. Cloud, Florida until she was 9 years old and then moved to Williston, Florida where she lived until she graduated high school at 18, so she is equally an Osceola County and a Levy County native. Makayla graduated from The University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in theatre and plans on returning to school to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration. Although Makayla’s rodeo queening history is short – her first and only title being Miss Rodeo Palm Beach County 2020/2021 – she has both extensive pageant and rodeo history. She won the Baby Show at the Silver Spurs three years in a row at the ages of two, three, and four. She was the first Jr. Miss Williston in 2006-07, and Miss Williston 2011-12. Makayla has a history deeply rooted in western culture. She was raised on the 6,000-acre E. L. Partin Ranch in Osceola County, Florida. She learned how to crack a cow whip at the age of four and, by the age of five, she was chasing cows through the swamps on horseback. As for her rodeo history, her father, Jamie Baker, spear-headed the Williston Ranch Rodeo as an annual fundraiser for the Williston High School football team and the first meeting of the Silver Spurs Riding Club was held at her great-grandparents Geech and Connie Partin’s house. The Silver Spurs Riding Club would turn into The Silver Spurs Rodeo, the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi. She rode in the Jr. quadrille as a child, and carried the American Flag and took charge of the music at the Williston Ranch Rodeo throughout her high school years. In her free time, Makayla enjoys reading, watching The Office, kayaking, going to theme parks and beaches, and sewing and tooling handmade leather goods. Makayla is very excited to get back to her roots and represent the State of Florida and the sport of rodeo throughout the year. Her goal is to bring in new fans and to instill her love of western culture and the sport of rodeo into the hearts of any person who will listen.
Heaven Crosby is 18 years old and resides in Ocala, Florida. She currently attends North Marion Highschool as a senior and plans on attending Florida Sate University to become a registered nurse. She has been learning and prepping for her career as a nursing assistant at Community Family Health Care in her hometown. She also is an entrepreneur and started her own small business in 2020 where she makes and designs car fresheners and candles. In her free time, she enjoys riding horses and has learned new disciplines such as reigning, obstacle work and English riding. She also enjoys fishing and the Florida beaches with her siblings and friends. She has held the 2015 Miss rodeo Florida Sweetheart and 2018 Miss Rodeo Florida Princess titles and has loved every opportunity the two state titles have brought her to. Which makes for an even more exciting year as your 2022 Miss Teen Rodeo Florida. Heaven’s favorite bible quote and the one she lives by is Micah 6:8 “To act justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly.”
Ava Boisclair is 12 years old and from Kenansville Florida. She is a member of the Little Britches Rodeo Association where she competes in ribbon roping and barrel racing with her horse Robert. She also rides in Quadrille for the Silver Spurs Rodeo. When not on horseback Ava enjoys playing softball, her favorite position is catcher. She is also a member of the “Ewe-Neek Country Kids” 4-H club and she will be showing a market hog for her fifth year.
This past September when she competed in the Miss Rodeo Florida pageant, she also won the speech award and miss congeniality.
Ava’s goal is to someday attend Harvard University and become a lawyer.
“Be strong and courageous” Joshua 1:9
Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart
Calli Tenan is the 10 year old daughter of David and Sarina Tenan from Loxahatchee, FL. She has two sisters who she adores! Calli is a fourth grader at Beacon Cove Intermediate school where she excels in the gifted program.
Outside of school Calli lives at the barn where she would rather clean stalls than her room! Calli shows her Palamino quarter horse Shiney in Western Pleasure and participates in 4H with her. Calli also loves speed and shows her Paint horse, Magic in speed events. Calli is a member of the Rockin Clovers 4H club in Palm Beach County where she most recently served as the Secretary. While Calli is only in fourth grade she aspires to be a large animal vet!
“I am so excited to be Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 2022 and attend rodeos all year long”