By: Gretchen Kirchmann/KMG
Samantha Sansevere the reigning Miss Rodeo Minnesota, 2021 will be a featured guest during our Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo on June 24-26. Sansevere served as Miss Buffalo Rodeo 2019, following Rebecca Moon. Sansevere is the daughter of Bob and Mary Sansevere. Her father is a well-known sports broadcaster, and her mother is a former Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader and former Mrs. Minnesota.
The 25-year-old cowgirl from Buffalo, Minnesota manages her family’s riding
school, Enchanted Hollow Stables, where she works as a riding instructor for lessons, camps, classes, and clinics. Sansevere also works for iHeart Media as a radio producer and on-air host for Justice & Drew on Twin Cities News Talk and a public affairs program called Minnesota Community. According to the Miss Rodeo Minnesota Facebook page Sansevere’s reign began on January 1, 2021.
“I have been waiting for this day for a long time! I have been a part of the equestrian community in Minnesota for my entire life, and the opportunity to represent our great state as Miss Rodeo Minnesota 2021 is such an honor. I am so thankful to everyone that has already been a part of my journey that has led me to this point, and I can’t wait to meet more people along the way as the year goes on!”
Miss Rodeo Minnesota serves as the First Lady of Pro Rodeo in Minnesota, educating the public on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Annually, the state titleholder competes for Miss Rodeo America in Las Vegas during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. The Buffalo PRCA Championship Rodeo was home to the Miss Rodeo Minnesota pageant for many years in the 1980s. Today the Miss Rodeo Minnesota pageant is held in conjunction with the Waconia Pro Rodeo in mid August.