Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA

Sarah Wilson Miss Rodeo Othello

Sarah Wilson is the 17-year-old daughter of Jay and Ellen Wilson.

As a senior at Othello High School, Sarah is a member of the Drama Club, Othello High School Marching Band, Washington State High School Equestrian Team and FFA. Sarah is also active in AWANA, and an eight-year member of 4H, showing rabbits and horses.

After high school Sarah plans on attending community college to acquire her AA before transferring to a university to further her education in either acting or a field that pertains to horses.

At the age of 7 she got her first horse “Larry,” that quickly became known as “Spirit.” A few years and a couple horses later, Sarah is joined on this journey by Toad. Toad is a 6-year-old Appaloosa gelding that has been teaching Sarah the love of speed in timed events and reining for the last two years.

When asked why she wanted to be Miss Rodeo Othello Sarah replied “I want to be able to represent the Othello Rodeo along with the Othello Community. I also want to be someone that children can look up to, just as I looked up to the queen when I was little.”


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