67th Annual Lincoln Rodeo Royalty 2020
2020 Lincoln Rodeo Princess
2020 Lincoln Rodeo Queen
2020 Lincoln Rodeo
is the 8-year-old daughter of Any and Tonya Teague of Siloam Springs, AR. Paisley attends Siloam Springs schools and is in the 3rd grade. When Paisley grows up she aspires to be a school nurse. Paisley’s horse is named Jazz and he is 22 years old. She has been riding Jazz for 4 years now. Paisley competes in Siloam Springs Riding Club playdays and Element Christ Riders playdays where she won Reserve Champion All-Around for 2 years.Paisley is extremely active other than just riding. She enjoys travel softball with her team, the Prospects 8U. Paisley also enjoys dance, basketball and is extremely excited to try volleyball this year. She was chosen to play in the Arkansas State Softball Tournament. Paisley is an ambassador for the AR Children’s Hospital and enjoys promoting having healthier children in Arkansas. Paisley enjoys rodeo because they can all go as a family together. Paisley states “I want to be LRC Princess because I have always wanted to be in a rodeo!”
is the 19-year-old daughter of Ron and Donna Knight of Van Buren, Arkansas. Elaina is a spring to become a patrolman for the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office. Elaina was a former Old Fort Days Dandie and has been riding horses most of her life. Elaina did not start competing until she was 14-years-old on her 16-year-old short one eyed paint names Kate. Elaina has two other horses as well. Dudley is the horse she uses for queening competitions and Diva that she runs barrels on.
Elaina has won multiple local barrel racing series awards. In 2018, she won Reserve Champion in Western Pleasure for Crawford County. In 2019, Elaina was 1st runner up for Arkansas State Fair Livestock Queen and won Miss Congeniality. Elaina has held two other titles so far which were 2016 Miss Teen Holiday and 2019 Miss North Franklin County.
When Elaina is not working or riding horses she loves to go hiking and working out. In High School Elaina received the Arkansas Scholars Scholarship, The Pointer Pride Scholarship, and was inducted into the National High School Scholars. Elaina’s dad was a professional cowboy in his day, so Rodeo has always been a huge part of Elaina’s life.
is the 15-year- old daughter of Shane and Angelina Downing from Farmington Ar. She is in 9th grade at Farmington Junior High School. Shania aspires to become an Equine Nutritionist when she grows up. Her horse Ace was born and raised on the family farm; he is a 12-year-old American Quarter Horse bay gelding whom she puts all her trust in! Shania has numerous interests which include running barrels, poles, roping and the sport of rodeo as well as a member of the Arkansas Fillies Drill Team. She has been actively involved in Future Farmers of America, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, and National Juniors Honor Society.
Shania is highly active in her church “Cowboy Corner Post Church of Siloam Springs, Arkansas”. Shania stated, “I believe that when you put your faith in God you can achieve anything you set your mind to!” As your Miss Lincoln Riding Club Junior Rodeo Queen, I hope to represent the great sport of rodeo and all the dedication it takes to become a great competitor. “Rodeo is a true American sport that teaches values such as integrity, respect and hard work. These are the same values that my parents raised me with, and I want to share these values and educate the younger generation how important it is to be dedicated to your goals and dreams!