Omak Stampede Inc.

Miss Omak Stampede

The role of Miss Omak Stampede is more than a title. In 1935, Bert Robbins made history by being crowned the first Miss Omak Stampede. Every year since then, a deserving contestant has been chosen. Miss Omak Stampede serves as an ambassador for the “Western Way of Life.” Throughout her reign she will travel thousands upon thousands of miles, representing arguably the greatest sport in the world, Rodeo. Her travels take her across our beautiful Nation, and to wonderful events such as the; Pendelton Round-Up and the Calgary Stampede. Miss Omak Stampede, networks and invites Visiting Royalty from all over the USA to the Omak Stampede & World Famous Suicide Race. 

Miss Omak Stampede 2023

Mackenzie Scott

Mackenzie is a lifelong resident of the beautiful Methow Valley in Okanogan County. She resides with her parents Tom and Tiffany Scott and brother Wyatt Scott in Winthrop, WA. Mackenzie is currently a senior at Liberty Bell High School and will graduate with her AA from Wenatchee Valley Community College in the spring of 2023. Mackenzie plans to continue her education with an emphasis on equine science and veterinary medicine. 

Mackenzie’s love for horses and family run deep as she hails from 3 generations of professional horse trainers. She spent her early years at cutting horse events with her grandparents (Bob and Janet Boyce) and her mother. She is an active member of the Washington State High School Rodeo Association and Caribou Trail Junior Rodeo Association. Mackenzie competes on her horses Lego and Moose in both barrel racing and pole bending. She is a competing member of her high school equestrian team (WAHSET) and has also been a member of 4H where she competed in equine classes, public speaking and livestock judging.

Mackenzie is honored to be an ambassador for the sport of rodeo and the Omak Stampede. She is looking forward to sharing her love for western heritage, the beautiful Okanogan County and the Omak Stampede with everyone she meets on the rodeo trail.

Miss Omak Stampede 2023 Pageant

Application Deadline - September 23, 2022

Meet our 2023 Miss Omak Stampede Contestants! We wish each of them the best of luck during the Miss Omak Stampede Pageant October 2, 2022
 
For those interested in attending – Horsemanship will begin at 10:00am at the Omak Stampede Arena. The pageant portion (public speaking, modeling and impromptu questions) will begin at 5:00pm at the Omak Theatre.
 
Good Luck Ladies! We cannot wait to see which one of you will be representing the Omak Stampede in 2023

Alizae DeVon is a 17 year old Senior who resides in Oroville, Washington with her parents, 6 horses and
4 dogs. She is a Running Start student at Spokane Community College and she plans to graduate high
school with her AA Degree and then transfer to Montana Western to earn a BS in Natural Horsemanship
and Business Management. She started her equine journey at age 5 and she spends her free time
training her young horses and Barrel Racing. She currently participates in High school Rodeo, Junior
Rodeo, local barrel racing clubs, as well as a YEDA Western Pleasure Equestrian Team. She is currently
representing the Tonasket Rodeo during its first year back in PRCA.

Nataly Luna was born into a large, some would say, chaotic family which gave her a sense of home and
family that can never be swayed. In her formative years, she moved from Okanogan to Ephrata, though
a difficult time to move she had no trouble making friends. It made her adaptable to change and the
ability to make friends easily. She is thankful for the move, it gave her countless opportunities and clubs
from school which solidified her dreams of becoming a large animal Veterinarian. She has now moved
back to Omak.

Mackenzie Scott is a Senior at Liberty Bell High school and a Sophomore at Wenatchee Valley college.
She is a member of Washington State High School Rodeo Association competing in barrel racing and
pole bending. She plans to continue rodeoing after High school and pursue a degree in equine science
and veterinary medicine

Eryne Anderson is a Senior at Omak Highschool she has been riding horses since she was little. Outside
of Rodeo she plays for the varsity girls basketball team at school and after high school she plans to
attend college for a nursing and radiology degree.