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2021-2022 Fair Royalty Application

Bonner County Rodeo Royalty Info

Apply to be 2021 Royalty! Application is now available online. Applications are due Monday, July 26, 2021. Join the Rodeo Royalty for Tryouts July 30 & 31. Categories: Horsemanship, Arena Presence, Modeling, Speech, Impromptu Speech, Personal Interview and Rodeo Knowledge. Royalty for 2021 will be announced at the PRCA Rodeo in August. Current Rodeo Royalty will be at both performances August 6 and 7 and be available for autograph signing.

Applications are available online or in the Fair Office.
For additional information call the fair office 263-8414.


Apply to be 2021-2022 Fair Royalty (King or Queen). Applications are DUE Monday, July 1st, 2021. Fill out the attached application (above), include a 5 x 7 photo of yourself, and turn it in at the Fair Office before 3 PM on July 1st. July 12th at 5:30 PM will be Fair Royalty Interviews with the Fair Board, and the new Fair King & Queen will be revealed at the Superintendent's Luncheon on Thurs, August 12th at 1:30 PM in the Main Exhibit Building.

The FAIR ROYALTY CROWNING CEREMONY for the new Fair King & Queen will take place during Fair Week - Weds, August 18th at 2:30 PM at the Ed Brown Band Stand.

Our current 2020-2021 Fair Royalty will be active until the Fair in August 2021. The new Fair Royalty will serve from August 2021 - August 2022.

Fair Royalty applicants must be 12-18 years old and reside in Bonner County. Fair Royalty members promote the Bonner County Fair and all fairgrounds-sponsored events and attends other county-wide and community activities and events throughout the year.

Stay tuned to THIS page for information and applications for new Fair Royalty!

2020-2021 Bonner County Fair King


Nic Peacock is 15 years old and has been a member of the Sagle Yodeling Coyotes and Sagle Saddle Tramps 4-H Clubs for the past seven years. He has taken Market Rabbit for seven years, Pet Rabbit and Breeding Beef for five years. This year is his first year in Market Beef. He has also taken leather craft and archery for seven years.

Nic is currently a Junior Leader for 4-H Archery with Gold N Grouse. Nic is the Idaho State NFAA (National Field Archery Association) State Champion. He will compete in the NFAA Nationals in Redding, CA this spring. In April, he will compete at a pre-qualifying event for the 2024 Para-Olympic Archery Team. Nic is currently a Staff Shooter for Moxie Bows and competes representing Moxie Bows and Spider Stabilizer Bars.

Nic is a freshman at Sandpoint High School and is interested in a career in a trade field. Nic's goal as Fair King is to promote the Bonner County Fair and the events that are held at the fairgrounds. He wants to be a role model for other youth and promote the 4-H program in Bonner County. He enjoys educating others about what the 4-H program has to offer through projects and agriculture. CONGRATULATIONS NIC!

2020-2021 Bonner County Fair Queen

Jaycee Forell

Jaycee Forell is Senior at Sandpoint High School. She has been involved in 4-H for 10 years as well as two additional years spent as a Cloverbud where she worked with her dog, Ellie, and her bunny, Cadbarry. She has since shown her rabbits and dogs, and also raised a market animal every year. She has been a club secretary for 3 years, as well as President of the Sagle Saddle Tramps for 1 year. She began 4-H to follow in her older brother's footsteps, but fell in love with the program and has continued since he himself aged out.

In addition to 4-H, Jaycee is involved in her high school's choir, band, The Human Rights Club, National Honor Society, and volunteer work at the Priest River Animal Rescue and the Sandpoint Branch of the library. She believes in doing what she can to make the world a better place for everyone who lives here.

In the 12 years she has spent in the 4-H program she has learned, through her animals and the people she has met, a sense of humanity and teamwork. It has enhanced every aspect of her life, and she hopes to inspire the younger members to find the same meaning in this wonderful program.

2020 - 2021 Bonner County Fair Princess

Kylie Evenson

Bio Coming Soon!


Aurla Palmer

Aurla Palmer is 14 years old and a Freshman at Sandpoint High School. She has been a member of Sagle Saddle Tramps for 3 year. She has participated in 4H Market Swine, Archery, and Know Your Government. It is her second year as the Sagle Saddle Tramps Vice President.

Aurla is very active in volunteering. She has volunteered at Swine weigh-in, Swine Tagging, the Father’s Day archery shoot with Sandpoint Archers, setup and take down at 4-H Archery meetings, she has volunteered for Community Action League (CAL): Bizarre Bazaar
upscale boutique. When Aurla is not participating in 4-H or volunteering she is practicing for Cross Country and Band, enjoying time with her family and friends, and enjoying any time she
can get on the water.

She wants to learn more about her community, get more of the community to visit the fair, and promote 4-H. She will do that by handing out fliers at local events and wearing her 4-H

2021 Rodeo Queen

Thank you to all of the generous businesses and donors who support the Bonner County Rodeo Royalty Program. Your support allows the girls to travel to rodeos and events throughout the northwest, and helps fund their mileage, materials and gear. Thank you so much!

Our 2021 Rodeo Queen is Hayven Chase.

HAYVEN CHASE - Bonner County PRCA Rodeo Queen

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 2021 Queen.

2021-2022 Rodeo Royalty Applications

Applications will be available soon!

Check out the Rodeo Royalty Page on Facebook!

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