2024 MKYRA Royalty Queen – Lylah Smith
Lylah Smith is the 15 yr old daughter of Matt and Heather Smith. She is a sophomore at Crest Ridge High School where she cheers and plays basketball.
She is an active member of 4-H where she enjoys showing pigs. This is her 7th year as a member of MKYRA. She competes in breakaway roping, and goat tying on her horse April.
After high school she hopes to go to college and become an elementary teacher.
2024 MKYRA Royalty Princess- Kelcee Kahle
Kelcee Kahle is the daughter of Brian and Sarah Kahle. She attends Royal Valley Middle School as 7th grader. Kelcee is also a cheelerleader at her school.
This is Kelcee’s 3rd year in MKYRA she competes in Barrel Racing, Pole Bending, Breakaway, Goat tying, and Ribbon Roping. Kelcee’s favorite event is Pole Bending.
2024 Little Miss: Caxton Combs
2021 MKYRA QUEEN– Josie Moore
Josie Moore is the 16 year old daughter of Steve and Lisa Moore. She is a sophomore at Harrisonville High School where she is an FFA officer, NAHS officer, and active in her church youth group. Josie competes in the Senior Division in Pole Bending, Barrel Racing, and Breakaway. She hopes to become a flight attendant and travel the world in the future.
2021 MKYRA PRINCESS – Lylah Smith
Lylah Smith is the 12 year old daugher of Matt and Heather Smith. She is an eighth grader at Crest Ridge Middle School where she cheers for football and basketball, plays basketball, and plays the flute in band. Lylah is also an active member in 4-H where she enjoys quilting, photography, and showing pigs. This is Lylah’s 4th year as a member of MKYRA. She competes in the Junior Division in pole bending, barrel racing and goat tying on her horse, April.
2021 MKYRA LITTLE MISS- Annabel West
Annabel West is 6 year old daughter of Luke and Jill West of Mercer, MO. She attends North Mercer Elementary in Mercer, MO. Annabel loves to play basketball, playing with her little sister, Layla, and competing on her horse, Fever. This will be Annabel’s second year as a MKYRA member, competing in Peewee Poles, Barrels, Dummy Roping, and Goat Tail Untying.