Rodeo Royalty

2024 Queen

Shyann Moorhead

Meet our 2024 Queen – Shyann Moorhead

I am Shyann Moorhead and I am blessed to represent Rodeo De Santa Fe as your 2024 Queen. I am a 4th generation horsewoman that carries knowledge in Rodeo, Western and English riding. I won my first rodeo buckle on my black Shetland pony when I was 5 and continue to train to understand the mechanics of performance horses from the show pen to ranch work.

When I’m not with my family, playing softball, or hunting, I have gained experience in judging in FFA, and showing indoor exhibits and livestock in 4-H. I have held several leadership positions within these organizations and in school. I am the current Santa Fe County Animal Science Leadership Ambassador and President for the Santa Fe County Parliamentary Procedure team. I hold a 3.9 GPA as a senior in high school and have accumulated 32 college credits where I plan on continuing after high school to gain my Business/ Accounting Degree.

Teaching the next generation of kids about ranching and the western way of life is very important to me. I wouldn’t be the person I am without my amazing family, friends, and sponsors in my life sharing their wonderful horses and knowledge with me. I plan on doing as much as I can to be the best Rodeo De Santa Fe Representative I can be. I plan on a life that will continue giving back to the community that has put so much faith and trust in me. 


I can’t wait to see everyone at the 2024 Rodeo De Santa Fe!


-With Gratitude 

Shyann Moorhead Rodeo De Santa Fe Queen

2024 Sweetheart

Mackenzie “Kenzie” Enriquez

Meet our 2024 Rodeo de Santa Fe Sweetheart – Mackenzie “Kenzie” Enriquez

Mackenzie “Kenzie” Enriquez is from Abiquiu & Pecos, NM. She is 10 years old and in 5th grade at Ojo Caliente Elementary School. She is active in the 4 Seasons 4-H club where she participates in 4-H rodeo, showing market goats at county fair, and baking. She also competes in New Mexico Junior High Rodeo in barrel racing and pole bending. She also enjoys playing basketball for the elementary Lady Trojans. Some of her favorite memories are from Wednesday Night Barrels at Rodeo de Santa Fe where she spends her summers.
She is honored to represent Rodeo de Santa Fe and help promote the sport of rodeo and western way of life as the 2024 RDSF Sweetheart.

Rodeo Royalty Applications

49Contest Date: June 7th & 8th, 2024 (Schedule to be given at Orientation)

Orientation June 1st  –  Mandatory!!

Application Deadline: June 1, 2024

Queen contestants must be between the ages of 18 and 25; Princess Contestants must be between the ages of 13-17; Now accepting Sweetheart age group 9 to 12.

Please continue to follow us for further details of the contest.

Candidates must be within 100 mile radius of Santa Fe and available for Rodeo and City promotions and various functions throughout their year of reign. The contest will be held in the Rodeo de Santa Fe arena. Contestants will be judged on knowledge of PRCA rodeo, animal welfare, horsemanship, outgoingness, and public speaking.

The Queen will receive a $1000 monetary scholarship, or, custom saddle, custom made crown and buckle, and sash. The Queen will travel Statewide to represent RDSF at PRCA Sanctioned rodeos. The Princess receives a custom made crown, buckle, and sash. The Princess will represent along side the Queen locally and at Open Rodeos.

The Sweetheart will Represent RDSF at any local community events along with the Queen and or Princess. She is welcome to represent at any local rodeos but not PRCA Sanctioned unless PR appearances needed. The incoming royalty will be crowned Friday afternoon at the luncheon of this year’s rodeo, their reign will begin at Saturday nights performance through next years rodeo.

The incoming Queen will have the opportunity to compete for NM State Fair Queen in September 2024 or Miss Rodeo New Mexico in October 2024.

There is a $50 application fee and the last date for application is June 1st, 2023. The contest will take place June 8th & 9th, 2023. Tentative and subject to change.

Any interested young ladies should contact Fiona at (505) 699-1527 or email