Jenna Herstich of St. Cloud is proud to be an official ambassador of the sport of rodeo. As a rodeo competitor herself, she looks forward to promoting and educating others about the sport she has grown to love.  
   A member of the Southern Junior Rodeo Association, she competes in rodeos in North Florida and South Georgia. Jenna and her horse also compete in speed events through 4-H and local horse shows.  
She is a sophomore at Harmony High School and a member of the Girl’s Weightlifting Team and FFA. Jenna is an officer for the Osceola County Jr. Cattleman’s Association and her 4-H Club.  
   Her first rodeo queen pageant involvement began at age 9 as a contestant in the Little Miss Silver Spurs Pageant. Unknown to Jenna at the time, was how valuable her pageant experience would prove to be. She gained confidence through public speaking, poise through modeling, and increased her knowledge of her community and the sport of rodeo. As the State’s Teen Rodeo Queen, Jenna hopes to inspire others to enter their local and state rodeo queen pageant so they too, will benefit from the experience while building confidence and achieving dreams.  

   Twelve year old Addison Roberts is no stranger to the sport of rodeo. She is a true Florida cowgirl who began riding horses at age five. As a member of the Weekley Brothers Davie Pro Rodeo family, Addison has rodeo in her blood, she competes in many different rodeo events, but considers barrel racing her favorite. Addison is the daughter of Jason and Gwen Roberts of Davie, Florida.  
   Currently, she competes in the All Florida Junior Rodeo Association and the National Barrel Horse Association. She also competes in junior barrel racing with the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. Addison has won numerous rodeo titles including All-Around Cowgirl. She and her barrel racing horse “JR“ and her roping horse “Puddin’” work as a team and are always ready to compete when the opportunity presents itself.  
   In addition to rodeo, Addison enjoys hunting for big bucks. She is appreciative of her country lifestyle and says she thanks God every day for the blessings in her life. Becoming Miss Rodeo Florida Princess is one of those blessings, a dream of hers since she was five. Say’s Addison “Always remember to dream big and anything is possible”.   

Heaven is the 10 year old daughter of Russell and Star Crosby of Fort McCoy, Florida. She is a fifth grade student at Fort McCoy Elementary. Many of Heaven’s interest include: American Heart Association District Fort McCoy Jump Rope Team, Fort McCoy Cougar Cheerleading, Drama Club member, JR. BETA member, Fort McCoy Track team, and representing the world wide sport of rodeo.
  Heaven is a Florida Grown Cowgirl that enjoys her time spent with her two sisters Maranda (17), Haylee (12) and her four brothers Tyler (16), Jyrad (14), Jaxson (9), and Trenton (5). Together they enjoy 4-H, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, competing in rodeo events, volunteering throughout their community and cheering each other on as “Team Crosby”. 
  With a love for agriculture and people, Heaven is ecstatic about being crowned the 2015 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart in addition to receiving the 2015 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart Speech Award and 2015 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart Photogenic Award. Her parents are dedicated to raising respectable young adults with love and knowledge that will ensure preserving and promoting our Florida family’s history.
  “I am an all-around Florida Cowgirl, raised in the country, that has a heart for life. As your 2015 Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart I hope to inspire others to achieve their silver buckle dreams remembering faith, family, love, and hope will continue to promote the amazing sport will call rodeo”. 

Miss Rodeo Florida 2015
Sheila Shirah
Miss Teen Rodeo Florida 2015
Jenna Herstich
Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart – 2015
Heaven Crosby
Miss Rodeo Florida Princess– 2015
Addison Roberts
 2015 Royalty
   Sheila is the 20 year old daughter of Tim and Beth Shirah from St. Cloud. As a member of a seven generation Central Florida ranching family and a descendant of the founders of the Silver Spurs Rodeo, she has always been aware and proud of the strong ranching and rodeo presence here in the Sunshine State. This rich family heritage led her to her first rodeo queen title of Little Miss Silver Spurs. In 2009 she won the title of Miss Teen Rodeo Florida, and in 2011 she represented the Silver Spurs Rodeo again as Miss Silver Spurs. Along with winning the title of Miss Rodeo Florida this past September, she also won the categories of Horsemanship, Photogenic, Miss Congeniality, Scrapbook, Personality, and Appearance.
   Sheila is a 2012 graduate of Harmony High School, and is now attending Eastern Florida State College. Upon obtaining her Associate of Arts degree she will transfer to the University of Florida to finish out her degree in Public Relations. Throughout her high school career she played a wide variety of sports, including soccer, volleyball, track, swimming, flag football, and weightlifting. In FFA she served as both the chapter Secretary and Vice President, as well as holding the office of Senior Class Representative for the student government. Sheila was a 4H member from Kindergarten through 12th grade, where she started off showing chickens, citrus trees, and photography, and then eight market steers.
    She also loves competing in ranch rodeos and enjoys showing her AQHA registered cutting horse, One Spoonful of Tivi. Sheila is a member of the American Quarter Horse Association, the National Cutting Horse Association, and the Florida Cutting Horse Association. Whenever she might have some free time, you will probably find her either in the woods or on the water somewhere. She loves hunting, fishing, jet skiing, working cows, running, going on the boat, taking spontaneous road trips, watching the Florida Gators play football, and finding new adventures to experience.  
   Being Miss Rodeo Florida has been a lifelong goal of Sheila's, and she couldn't be any more proud or excited to represent the Great State of Florida while promoting its rich ranching and rodeo heritage. She is looking forward to spreading her passion and knowledge on to people all across the nation, to remind them that Florida is not only home to the first true cattlemen in the nation, but is also home to some of the toughest cowboys as well.