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Round Up Club
July 16-19, 2003
at the 57th Annual International Roundup Clubs Cavalcade in Pawhuska,
Round Up Club Queen, Jordan Helm, setting pivot at the July 16th grand
entry at the Pawhuska Cavalcade.
Helm ... July 17th ...
grand entry at Pawhuska ...
|Justin Davis and
Ethan Helm prepare for the team roping competition at the Pawuska Cavalcade
Gott ready for the barrel races July 18th at Pawhuska.
The Collinsville Roundup
Club sent three contestants to the Cavalcade, Jordan Helm (queen and intermediate
barrel racing), Thomas Gott (junior barrel racing) and Kelli Evans (women's
barrel racing). Other club members, Ethan Helm and Justin Davis also competed,
but for a different club. Ethan was in intermediate calf roping and intermediate
team roping. Justin was in intermediate poles, barrels and intermediate team
roping. All club members did a great job and had a lot of fun.
Collinsville can be very
proud of Jordan, out of a possible 200 points, she scored 188 overall in the
queen competition. In Horsemanship she scored 90 out of 100 points; Appearance
37 of 40; Personality/Poise/Maturity 21 of 40, and Mount & Equipment 40
of 40 .
She had a very exciting
week, after meeting the other 26 contestants at an orientation on Tuesday
night all the girls attended the street dance in downtown Pawhuska, where
each contestant was introduced; horsemanship on Wednesday, which was followed
by a trip downtown for all the queen contestants to deliver banners that each
had signed to the queen sponsors; on Thursday there was a queen's reception,
each contestant had a 2 minute interview with the judges and then they had
modeling and impromptu questions; On Friday, she actually got to rest and
watch the morning performance; Saturday was the downtown parade at 2 and then
the last grand entry on Saturday night. She made a lot of friends and gained
a lot of experience.
Jordan would like to thank
the Collinsville Roundup Club for giving her the opportunity to represent
them at the Cavalcade and hopes that more members can participate next year.
-- Preston Helm 7/28/2003
and information provided by Preston Helm.
|Jordan Helm in Pawhuska's
Downtown Parade July 19th.