Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo
Welcome From the 2016 Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo
As a Spokane native, I’m humbled and honored to have been selected to serve as the 2016 Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo. It’s a privilege to represent the city of Spokane and the competitors who embody the values of the western way of life - integrity, tradition, dedication and hard work. Coming from a long line of horsewomen and a family whose livelihoods came from either a wheat field or an apple orchard, I've learned first-hand how important those values are. I couldn’t be more proud than to be able to represent a community taught me these values and to represent the cowboys and cowgirls who are preserving our sport. Every year the talent gets better and better, some of the world’s top competitors will visit our city!
For years my parents brought me to the Spokane Interstate Fair and Rodeo. I can still remember watching the first Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo pageant. Ever since, the Spokane Interstate Rodeo has held a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to share with you my appreciation for the sport of professional rodeo and my love for my hometown. Join me Friday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m. for Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night. One dollar of every ticket sold will be donated towards ending the fight against breast cancer. The rodeo action will continue Saturday, September 10, with the performance again starting at 7:00 p.m. See you there!
One of the best parts of being an Ambassador for the sport of rodeo is that I’m able to travel across Washington and our bordering states. I’m so lucky to have such great support in my family and friends. They are helping make this year possible. Because of them I will be able to travel as far as Sisters, Oregon and all the way to Calgary, Alberta, Canada. For the latest updates stop by the Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo Facebook page!Madi Casto
2016 Miss Spokane Interstate Rodeo Queen