MISS RODEO IDAHO
From Twin Falls, Idaho, Hali Stutzman hopes to obtain her bachelors then an advanced degree in Agri-Business with a Marketing emphasis and plans to pursue a career in marketing. She has been a volunteer for the Caring Cowboys Calf Roping who raises money to fight hunger in Idaho and has also actively supported the Hatcher Wheatly Benefit Bullriding.
Hali enjoys fitness activities such as working out and boxing. She also enjoys training horses, team roping, breakaway roping and playing volleyball. Since childhood, she has enjoyed helping her father with his excavation company where he taught her to operate a backhoe and other heavy equipment.
“I am an all American cowgirl. I bring the passion, dedication, personal and professional skills to engage others and share my enthusiasm for our western way of life. I was raised in a rodeo family and am fortunate to live in a state where Western traditions and values are thoroughly embraced. I began competing in rodeo as a child and have progressed from junior to professional rodeo. I’ve learned commitment, dedication and leadership are as important inside the arena as they are outside. I’ve spent many hours working with professional rodeo production which has developed my skills and appreciation for the sport and the business of rodeo. As Miss Rodeo America 2015, I would embrace new opportunities to meet people all around the country, from many walks of life, and share with them the excitement, the athleticism, and the western dream that is Professional Rodeo.”