Hi! My name is Hayven Chase, I am fifteen years old and for as long as I can remember, I’ve been “the horse crazy girl.” I am a sophomore in high school where I am an active member of our Future Farmers of America chapter. I enjoy barrel racing, learning to rope, O-mok-see racing, running flags, learning to leathercraft, and basically anything I can do with my horses. I’ve been a member of Mica Creek Horse Club for eight years, where I received a great foundation in horsemanship and am now passing my knowledge on as an instructor. I have won several championships in O-mok-see racing and have enjoyed representing the sport with four consecutive royalty titles.
As a military brat, with both my parents having served, I have deep respect for the service and sacrifice of all who have served our great nation.
I am passionate about agriculture, the western way of life, the sport of rodeo, and advocating for people, like myself, with hidden disabilities. Having been diagnosed with Type One Diabetes at eight years old, I’ve never let it stop me from attaining my goals, instead I have turned it into motivation to help and hopefully inspire others.
I am looking forward to a fun, exciting, and awesome year representing Bonner County Rodeo as your 2020 Queen.