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To help young women develop leadership skills, foster self-respect, respect for others, the sport of rodeo, and to show off our little bit of country.


The young ladies chosen to represent Lindon City will be positive role models for all young women in our community by developing their talents, friendships, communication skills, and by giving service to our community.

All applications need to be emailed to Shawnee Rasmussen at

Lindon Days Jr. Rodeo Queen Pageant

Participate in the 2023 Lindon Days Jr. Rodeo Queen Pageant! The pageant is open to any young women ages 12-17 who are residents of Utah County. The pageant will be held at 9:00AM on Saturday, April 29 2023 at the Lindon Community Center. Applications are available at the link above and will need to be emailed to Shawnee by Saturday, April 22.

Lindon Days Jr. Rodeo Queen Clinic

Those interested in participating in the pageant will need to attend a rodeo queen clinic held on Friday, April 8 from 5:30-7:00 PM at the Lindon Veterans Hall ( 185 W 200 N). You will learn the basics of what it takes to be a rodeo queen, discuss each position of the pageant, your appearance, how to interview, and most important, horsemanship. Horses are not required for this clinic. 

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2022 Lindon Days Jr. Rodeo Royalty

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(from left to right) 1st Attendant Lexi Walker, Queen Aubrie Christensen, 2nd Attendant Lydia Knapp

Queen Aubrie Christensen

Aubrie is 15 years old and will be attending Timpanogos High School in the fall. Aubrie has lived in Lindon most of her life and loves Lindon and the western heritage that is still present here today. Horses have always been a part of Aubrie's life. If she doesn't have one to ride, she is drawing pictures of them. Aubrie hopes to pursue art as a possible career path by becoming an art teacher, or she is interested in becoming an equestrian veterinarian like her uncle. Aubrie has loved participating in horsemanship contests such as 4-H and rodeo queening. She sees these activities as a way to improve other riding skills, gain new friendships, and inspire other young girls to dram and reach their goals. Aubrie is honored to represent our beautiful community of Lindon as the Jr. Rodeo Queen! She is excited to help educate others about our wonderful Lindon Days and brings awareness to the sport of rodeo.

1st Attendant Lexi Walker

Lexi is the 17 year old daughter of Ty and Kami Walker. She attends Pleasant Grove High School and is going into her senior year. She loves spending time with her family and her animals. Outside of queening, she and her horse, Skips, love running barrels and she hopes to eventually run barrels in pro rodeos! She has lived in Lindon her entire life and is excited to be able to represent her city as Lindon Days 1st Attendant.

2nd Attendant Lydia Knapp

Lydia is the daughter of Chris & Lisa Knapp. She is 17 years old and is a junior at Pleasant Grove High School. She enjoys riding her horse on trail rides, in competitions, and in the arena. Lydia has lived in Lindon her entire life and loves how the city is known as a little bit of country. She has always loved how Lindon is unique in allowing her to have horses in her backyard. 

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