Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Little Miss

Adelle Perpetua


Hey ya’ll! My name is Adelle Perpetua and I am honored to represent the Valley Center Stampede Rodeo as your 2019 Little Miss.  I was born and raised in Valley Center and my family has called this home since 1975.  I am in the 3rd grade at the Valley Center Elementary School where I am in the bilingual program.  I started riding horses when I was 5 years old.  As a Valley Center Vaquero, I am a member of the Young Rider’s Drill Team where we have fun with friends and our trusty horses in drill teams and parades.  I enjoy competing in rail shows, ranch horse and trail challenges.  Since 4 years old, I have been participating in the Valley Center Stampede Rodeo as a Mutton Buster and at 7 years old I graduated to junior barrel racing.  Every second in the saddle is time well spent!  When not riding horses, I also enjoy playing soccer with the Valley Center Hurricanes and showing animals with Valley Center 4-H at the San Diego County Fair.  I love calling Valley Center home and hope to one day become a Veterinarian.  I am so excited and honored to represent my home town Valley Center at local events and rodeos promoting the sport I LOVE as your 2019 Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Little Miss!


Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Queen

Janae Wallace


Janae Wallace is 17 years old has been born and raised in Valley Center. She will be graduating from Valley Center High School in June and will continue her education at Palomar Community College to receive her general education then her dream is to transfer to University of Tennessee to become an Equine Veterinarian, in hopes repay a breed that has helped her through her journey. Little did she know that Queening was in her blood, her mom was the Camp Pendleton Jr Queen when she was Janae’s age. Janae participates in the Valley Center High School Advanced Choir and loves to give back to the community that has raised and taught her to be the young woman she is today. Janae and her Red Roan Paint named Rockband are honored and humbled to represent such an amazing community as the 2019 Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Queen. Happy Trails!


Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Jr. Queen

Nicole Bell


Nicole Bell is a 15-year-old 10th grader from Temecula CA and has lived in Temecula her entire life.  She enjoys the country living in the Wine Country.  Nicole lives with her parents, her little sister Amanda, Bailey the Boxer, Foley the Savanah cat and the horses and pony on the ranch.    Nicole splits her time between studying to keep her 4.0 GPA up and riding her horses.  Nicole rides both Western and English.  She enjoys jumping as well as barrel racing.  Outside of riding horses she enjoys being apart of theatre productions.
Nicole is also an active member of 4H.  She recently competed in a Horse Knowledge Competition in Fresno CA. where Nicole and her team finished in first place.  In January she will be going to Denver Colorado for 4-h nationals.  Last year Nicole was the Vice President of the Temecula 4H club. She also spent 2018 representing the Yucaipa rodeo and 4-h as the first ever Yucaipa rodeo jr queen. Nicole plans to attend a University to study medicine, one that hopefully has an equestrian team. Nicole is thrilled to be a representative for the sport of rodeo and to represent the wonderful town of Valley Center.

 

Valley Center Stampede Rodeo Young Miss

Sanniah Arredondo

Howdy! My name is Sanniah Arredondo and my horse Biscuit and I are eager to represent the Valley Center Stampede Rodeo this year as your 2019 Young Miss Rodeo Queen! I am a 12 year old lifelong resident of Valley Center, and currently am in the 6th grade at Valley Center Middle School. My horse Biscuit is a 12 year old palomino quarter horse who I enjoy riding in rail shows, gymkhanas, roping, trail riding, barrel racing, and sorting. I am so excited to travel Southern California and beyond representing my hometown and my favorite sport! Happy trails and I can’t wait to see you down the rodeo road!