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2011 Russian River Rodeo Queen
Megan O'Niell

Megan O'Niell lives on a ranch in Petaluma with her three younger siblings and parents Michael and Kathryn " O'Niell.  She is 19 and currently enrolled in the Santa Rosa Junior College where she is completing her general education.  Megan has had many different animals all throughout her life including horses, but didn't start riding competitively until she was 12.  She enjoys riding in local jackpots, on beaches and trails or even just in her field at home.  She is also a member of the SRJC Ag Ambassadors and participates in a variety of events helping the Sonoma County Farm Bureau as well as other local Agricultural events.  She is looking to transfer to Texas A & M in the fall semester of 2012 and major in Agriculture leadership and Communications.  She would like to thank her parents for always supporting her in everything does, and her little sister Kaitlin for always being there for her.  She is honored to represent Russian River Rodeo and wants to thank everyone who makes it out to the rodeo.

2010 Sweethearts


RRRA Sweetheart

Olivia Gevas

Runner Up

Rhiannon Loundagin

2009 & 2010
Russian River Rodeo Queen
Cierra Warner


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Cierra Warner resides on a small family farm in Santa Rosa with her parents Tracy and Mitch Warner, sister Savannah and brother Eli.  She is 18 years old and currently a senior at El Molino High School in Forestville.  Cierrra has been riding horses all her life.  She enjoys showing competively in Western Pleasure and going on trail rides around Sonoma County.  When Cierra is not out riding her horses she enjoys being involved in 4-H, FFA, the El Molino Swim team, Track team and Girls Golf team.  In the fall Cierra will be attending the Santa Rosa Junior College and then transferring to UC Davis her junior year.  She will be majoring in Animal Science and one day will become a Large Animal Veterinarian.  Cierra is proud to represent the RRRA and wishes all the rodeo contestants good luck at this years rodeo!

Thank You


Kendra Tucker


Russian River Rodeo Queen