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Lehi Round-Up Royalty

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Rylee Warnick, from West Jordan, is the 20-year-old daughter of Tiffany and David Ostrander and Russ Warnick. She was born with the sport of rodeo pulsing through her veins and was riding horses before she could walk. She was a member of Salt Lake County 4H where she competed at state for 8 consecutive years. She was also a member of the Lehi Longhorn high school rodeo team where she competed in barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, and breakaway and team roping. Rylee is a 2020 graduate of Copper Hills High School and is currently attending Utah Valley University where she is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Education, with hopes of becoming an elementary teacher. Rylee has fallen in love with reining and is a member of the Intermountain Reining Horse Association. When she is not riding her horses, you can find her outdoors with her family. Rylee is excited to join the tradition as the 2022 Lehi Round Up Rodeo Queen!


Jenessa Sullivan is the daughter of Mark and Pam Sullivan. Born and raised in Lehi, Jenessa is a native to Northern Utah County. When not in dirt-filled arenas you can find her on the dance floor western swing dancing or in the mountains horseback. She has represented multiple rodeos throughout the state, including Pony Express Days, the Utah State Fair, Strawberry Days, Fiesta Days, Hooper Tomato Days, The Wilderness Circuit Finals and was selected as the second runner up to Miss Rodeo Utah 2022. Jenessa looks forward to representing her hometown this year as Miss Lehi Round Up 1st attendant.


Second attendant, Annie Roper is the daughter of Jeff and Sarah Roper.  She began her lifelong love of horses at the age of 18 months on the back of her “bouncy” horse.  She progressed to her grandmother’s buddy saddle, 4H, and riding and reining lessons, and is now teaching horsemanship skills to beginning students.  Annie graduated from Riverton High School and the Veterinary Assistant program at Jordan Applied Technology Center in 2019.  She is currently attending Salt Lake Community College with plans transfer to Utah State University to pursue a degree in Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Science with an Equine emphasis.  Annie’s hobbies include animals and adventure and when she is not hiking, 4-wheeling, or boogie-boarding, you can find her competing in the Utah All Breed Horse Association and in the Intermountain Reining Horse Association.  Annie is honored to represent the tradition of the Lehi Round Up Rodeo.

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