Kuna’s Dusti Olson, Caldwell Night Rodeo Queen and who competed for the Miss Rodeo Idaho Pagent placed runner up during last week’s Snake River Stampede Rodeo. She also received a $1,000 scholarship along with beautiful spurs and zebra spur straps. She also received the awards for best Personality, Appearance, Miss Congeniality and most Photogenic.
“Being miss Caldwell Night has been such a growing experience for me as a person,” Olson said. “The many things I was able to do this year where such an honor along with having the honor to represent one of the Top 20 rodeos in the nation and the second biggest rodeo in Idaho, right next to the Snake River Stampede!”
“Representing the sport of Pro-Rodeo is one of the greatest things (I believe) a young woman could ever do! Rodeo is my passion,
so this year has been an absolute blast going around to out of town rodeos and education the public on what the PRCA and Caldwell Night, is all about!”