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***Rodeo Fair Queen Information is below the Randolph County Fair Queen Information***




These rules were updated June 6, 2024 to follow the rules set out by the Arkansas State Fair Queen Pageant.


Applications can be picked up in the lobby at Service Abstract & Title, Inc., OR please email to request an entry form. ALL ENTRIES SHOULD BE MAILED TO: Nicole Trublood, 5794 Highway 90 West, Pocahontas, AR 72455. The absolute deadline for entries is August 2nd at rehearsal. If you have any questions, contact Nicole Trublood at 870-844-1287 or Jamie Daniel at 870-378-6862. Text anytime, please hold all phone calls until after 5 pm.


The pageant will begin promptly at 4 pm on Saturday, August 3, 2024 at Pocahontas Elementary School; doors will open to the public at 3 pm. Admission is $5 for ages 6 and up.

Thank you to our 2023 Miss Randolph County Pageant Sponsors!!!

Janna Caldwell

Service Abstract & Title

Posey Patch

Trey Steimel

D&H Contracting

A BIG THANK YOU to Pocahontas School District for use of the MD Williams Gym!

Rodeo Queen Pageant will be put on by Cara Nelson and Louvanna Cartwright


Location: Randolph County Fairgrounds Arena

2204 Thomasville St. Pocahontas, AR 72455

Age divisions:

·         Petite Miss: Ages 3-5 (Contestants must not be less than 3 years of age or more than 5 years of age as of September 1 of the current year; Not State Competition Eligible.)

·         Little Miss: Ages 6-8 (Contestants must not be less than 5 years of age or more than 8 years of age as of September 1 of the current year.)

·         Rodeo Princess: Ages 9-13 (Contestants must not be less than 9 years of age or more than 13 years of age as of September 1 of the current year.)

·         Jr. Rodeo Queen: Ages 14-17 (Contestants must not be less than 14 years of age or more than 17 years of age as of September 1 of the current year.)

·         Sr. Rodeo Queen: Ages 18-21 (Contestants must not be less than 18 years of age or more than 21 years of age as of September 1 of the current year.)

General Qualifications and Rules:

1.The contestant must be single; never married, pregnant and/or had a child.

2. The contestant must be a female legal resident of Randolph County, Arkansas.

3. The contestant may be amateur or professional. Cannot hold an out of state title.

4. Past Randolph County Fair Queens may compete again, if she is eligible to move up to another age division.


6. Entry constitutes agreement to release Randolph County Fair Association from all liability.


* CHAPERONES Contestant must be accompanied by a parent/guardian or female chaperone appointed by parent/guardian. The chaperone must be present at registration and remain with the contestant throughout the contest.

* HORSES Arkansas horses must be accompanied by the original report of negative EIA test within 12 months prior to exhibition. Horses from out of state require the original report of negative EIA test within 12 months. Photocopies are not acceptable.

* DRESS REQUIREMENTS Each contestant should come prepared with WESTERN ATTIRE for the event, including an interview session, pageant walk on stage, and Horsemanship competition (contestants can wear their choice of long sleeve western attire and jeans).  Hats are required during all phases of the competition, including the interview. Chaps are not allowed. ***(Full western attire MUST be worn by accompaniment, who are allowed to assist the contestants in ONLY the Petite Miss and Division.)

* ENTRY FORMS Entry Forms will be available on the RCF website ( ) or upon request from the organizers. Completed Entry Forms may be sent to Cara Nelson at or at the 4H County Extension Office. We recommend that entries are submitted at your earliest convenience but must be submitted no later than August 18, 2024. There is a $25 entry fee, that must be paid when the entry form is submitted. Cash pay or make checks payable to: Randolph County Rodeo Queen Pageant. We do ask that you submit a headshot with your entry. The contestant must be wearing a hat; however, these photos do not have to be professional headshots.

*HORSEMANSHIP The Horsemanship portion of the competition will consist of an age appropriate pattern. The patterns will be posted on the RCF website or may be requested from the organizers.

*There will be a Queen run at the end of horsemanship (Jr. & Sr. Rodeo Queens only). This will be judged.

Instructions and Guides for Rodeo Queen Contestants