2015 LBR Dedicated to Pam Missildine ... Pamela “Pam” White Missildine, age 55, passed away
January 7, 2015, at her home in Grady, Alabama
Pam was an avid horsewoman and never met a stranger. She was most at home in the barn or on the back of a horse, spending time with her family and friends. In true cowgirl spirit, Pam believed in hard work, tough love, honesty, and she never backed down from a challenge. Pam lived by the saying, “You have three choices in life: Give up, Give in or Give it all you got.”
Pam encouraged her three children along with many others to participate at the Little Boots Rodeo. Over the years, she enjoyed watching those same kids move thru the ranks of Junior, High School and College Rodeos.
She is survived by her children Dakota, Dallas and Austin Missildine. Read More Here
Star Spangled Stampede
Returns as the Grand Entry Performers
We are thrilled to again have the Star Spangled Stampede returning to lead the Grand Entry and kick-off the 17th Annual Little Boots Rodeo ... This young team is under the new leadership of Elizabeth Petrunic-Hartzog, former Little Boots Rodeo Queen and Contestant! The Star Spangled Stampede Equestrian Drill Team is an award-winning group of youth from Autauga County, Alabama. The participants, ages 9 to 19, are members are of the Autauga County 4-H Horse Club, and have traveled
throughout the Southeast to compete with similar teams. Click the headline for more info.
The Little Boots Rodeo is an annual Children’s Rodeo event for ages 3-16, held in Montgomery, Alabama. It includes Queen Contest and Princess Contests, All Around Cowboy and Cowgirls, Bullriding, Barrel Racing, Mutton Riding, Calf Roping, Goat Scramble, Calf Scramble, Pole Bending, Stick Horse Race, Truck Race and more! Sponsored by the Montgomery County Cattlemen's Association, we are proud to offer this fun-filled family entertainment. Our members are committed to providing a quality rodeo.
Annual Queen/Princess Competition is held the Friday night before the annual rodeo on Saturday. Please see that link for more on this year's competition. The proceeds of our rodeo go to fund our youth projects such as the Montgomery Cattlemen's Scholarship Program, the Senior High Beef Cook-Off, the Montgomery County 4-H Exposition and the growing Alabama Junior Cattlemen's Association.