Home of Champions Rodeo is proud to introduce our 2014 Royalty.
Queen: Melody Schrock
Born into a large family, Melody Schrock is the 20-year-old fourth child in a family of 3 boys and 4 girls. She was raised farming and ranching in Bridger, MT. Melody was homeschooled and graduated in 2009. She is continuing her education at home by studying personal training and pursuing music. Melody’s family is her biggest support group and most loyal fans. She feels this year would be impossible without them.
Melody accepted Jesus as her Savior when she was 7-years-old. She is passionate about being a role model of purity and integrity, especially to young girls. Melody longs for others to find the freedom and passion for life that Jesus has led her to.
With so many interests, Melody is never bored. When she isn’t spending time with horses, especially her beloved mare Filly, and perfecting her barrel pattern, she can be found working out, singing, running, playing volleyball, watching football, helping her sister work with horses, or spending time with her family. God has given her a zest for life and she takes on all her activities with enthusiasm and a big smile.
As Miss Home of Champions 2014, Melody is proud and honored to represent rodeo. She loves to share her passion for rodeo with the people she meets. It is her desire to glorify Jesus through this platform He gave her. Melody loves being an ambassador for this great sport, and she hopes to help give this lifestyle, and its incredible athletes a good name. All the glory and praise to Jesus!
Find Melody on Facebook at www.facebook.com/homeofchampionsrodeoqueen
Princess: Fallon Pelican
Fallon is the 15 year old daughter of Michael and Tanya Pelican. A true country girl, Fallon loves to rope, ride, and farm at her home in Belfry, Montana. She attends Bridger High School and is a part of their FFA and National Honor Society programs. She is also the freshman class president but Fallon’s true passion is rodeo. She started high school rodeo this fall. Fallon is proud to represent the Home of Champions Rodeo as their princess.
Little Miss: Ashley Still
Ashley is the daughter of Dan and Jenny Still of Red Lodge, MT, and the granddaughter of (the late) John and Edna Collins and Judith Strobbe, all of Roberts, MT. She is fourteen years old and in the 8th grade.
Ashley has been involved in rodeo for six years as a member of both the Carbon County Kid’s Rodeo Club and Tomorrow’s Rodeo Champions. She competes in barrel racing, pole bending, flag race, goat tying and dummy roping.
An active member of the Fox Stars 4-H Club, she is currently the club President. She shows her horses and many other animals at the Carbon County Fair. She raises her own show pigs and sells them to other 4-Hers as well.
Ashley is an honor roll student and plays the clarinet in the school band. She enjoys dance and has been dancing with the Red Lodge School of Dance for twelve years. She studies Ballet, pointe, jazz, modern, tap and belly dance.
Ashley has looked up to the past Home of Champions Royalty since she was a little girl and is excited to be a positive role model for other girls as the past royalty were for her. Ashley’s family has lived in Red Lodge for over 100 years and are proud of the Home of Champions Rodeo. Ashley is excited to represent her hometown rodeo as “Lil Miss Home of Champions”.
Home of Champions Royalty Committee;