Miss Rodeo Florida 2020/2021
McKenna Andris
Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 2020/2021
Courtney Clair
2020/2021 Royalty
2 seasons because of Covid 19
Miss Rodeo Florida Princess 2020/2021
Emma Boisclair
McKenna Andris is a 22 year old from Homestead, Florida. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, and a certificate for Criminal Profiling. McKenna plans to continue her education by attending law school to pursue her dream of being a prosecutor in criminal law.
McKenna is no stranger to the rodeo queen world. She held the previous titles of Miss Teen Rodeo Homestead 2013 and Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 2014. This past September when she competed for Miss Rodeo Florida 2020, she also won the Horsemanship, Speech, Written Test, Personality, Photogenic and Appearance awards.
McKenna is also a member of the Homestead Rodeo Association with both of her parents who are on the Executive Board. She was a Jr WPRA barrel racer in 2015 and 2016 and got her WPRA permit in 2017. 
Being from sunny South Florida, McKenna spends a lot of her free time on the water fishing, diving or boating – when not on horseback.
McKenna has promoted the PRCA by being on a rodeo committee as well as being a WPRA barrel racer and is looking forward to representing the PRCA and the state of Florida more on a national level by being Miss Rodeo Florida 2020. While representing the sport of rodeo, she will travel across the country to a vast amount of rodeos. Her year as Miss Rodeo Florida doesn’t just include rodeos. She will make appearances at schools, local hospitals and visit sponsors.  
Courtney Clair is 18 years old and from St. Cloud Florida. She is a Harmony High School Graduate and is currently attending Valencia Community College and planning to transfer to Kansas State University to pursue a degree in Agriculture Education. She was a member of the Florida High School Rodeo Association for three years and competed in barrel racing, pole bending and trap shooting. She served at the 2017-18 Miss Florida High School Rodeo. Courtney was a three time qualifier for the National High School Rodeo Finals. She showed market hogs through FFA and won senior showmanship at the Kissimmee Valley Livestock show in 2019. Now she serves as the 2019-20 Harmony FFA Alumni Secretary. Courtney keeps herself busy running barrels, working at Billy Kidd Cutting Horses, shooting trap and going to rodeos. She also helps out at the Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show by announcing shows and being a committee chairperson. 

“I am so excited to serve as your 2020 Miss Teen Rodeo Florida. I look forward to promoting the sport of rodeo and the agricultural way of life to those that I meet this year” 


Emma Renee Boisclair is the daughter of David and Lacey Boisclair of St. Cloud, Florida. Emma is the oldest of three girls. She is 12 years old and currently in seventh grade at Harmony Middle School.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys horseback riding and playing softball. Her favorite positions to play are 1st base and catcher. She is a member of the “Ewe-Neek Country Kids” 4-H club and she will be showing a market hog for her fifth year.
Emma’s favorite Bible verse is Matthew 5:16, “Don’t hide your light! Let it shine for all.”
Emma is an animal lover and hopes to attend the University of Florida to become a veterinarian. She is honored and thrilled to represent the state of Florida and the sport of rodeo.

Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart 2020/2021
LillyAnn Daugherty
Hey Y’all,
My name is LillyAnn Daugherty and I am your 2020 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart. 
I am the daughter of Jason and Amanda from St. Cloud Florida. I have two siblings, Skylar (16) and Parker (8) and 2 fur siblings Rusty and Babygirl. 
When I’m not participating in Rodeo pageants I enjoy many other activities. I cheer for The Harmony Longhorns Pop Warner and love being high on top of the pyramid. My mom and I enjoy being in the kitchen cooking and baking together. My favorite place to be is anywhere with family and friends. 
This was my 3rd time running in the Miss Rodeo Florida Pageant. It was a dream come true to have a crown on my hat and sash across my chest. I am truly blessed to get to spend this year traveling the Southeastern Circuit and promoting what I love, the sport of rodeo! 
I would like to thank my sponsors:  
Ravin Hair & My Parents. 
A very special thanks to my Nana aka Queen Coach for teaching me and making me look like a princess and believing in me that I could be a true rodeo sweetheart.

 My motto “Be a good sport at everything you do. Always follow through, Losing or Winning”

See you at the rodeo, 
LillyAnn Daugherty