Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo

Taylor Hill

Welcome From the 2019 Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo


Being a member of the Inland Northwest community has developed me into the person that I am today, and I feel blessed to represent the Spokane Interstate Fair and Rodeo this year with such an amazing community by my side. The first time I attended the Spokane Interstate Fair, my six-year-old mind was awestruck by all of the absolutely amazing things that I was taking in! From the carnival rides to the animals to the food, an instant passion started for the world of fairs and rodeos.

I am actually from Cocolalla, Idaho and from pony stage on I participated in 4-H and a plethora of other events. As I grew older, I started to involve myself in the Ranch Horse Project and cattle sortings in Bonner County and from there I gained much confidence and knowledge about livestock, rodeo and the importance of western heritage. All of this knowledge gave me the boost to earn the title of Miss Gem State Stampede in 2017 where I attended over 40 events representing the North Idaho State Fair and Gem State Stampede. The experience was enlightening and set my soul on fire even more, to say the least.

This year I have created a platform called, “Conspire to Inspire”. The main purpose of “Conspire to Inspire” is to encourage people to pursue their individual passions and to be unique in the path that they are walking, all while making the most out of every moment. I want to encourage people to be confident, vibrant and the best versions of themselves that they can be. I realize that sometimes life gets tough and carrying those characteristics can be a struggle and that is why I want to promote the idea that by us coming together as a community in small acts of kindness, we can change someone’s entire life. Always keep in mind that a loving smile, a 10-minute conversation, and a quick hug can be the fuel for an individual to continue on.

This year I will be attending many events with my horse Baylee by my side. I would love to meet you, especially during the Spokane Interstate PRCA Rodeo occurring on September 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. You won’t want to miss witnessing some of the best cowboys from both the Columbia River Circuit and the Montana Circuit compete! September 6th will be our Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night with our partner organization “Every Woman Can”.

The Fair will be September 6-15, and I guarantee you that you will be amazed...there is literally something for everyone! I can’t wait to meet you all down the road, and please conspire to inspire with me!

With love and appreciation,
Taylor Hill
2019 Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo Queen