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Rodeo Queen

Meet Emily Furniss:

Rodeo Queen 2022 & 2023

Growing up in the Northern Territory, Emily was introduced to rodeo through the local Top End Drum Runners. After completing her Bachelor of Outdoor and Environmental Education, she now lives and works throughout the Victorian alps educating and leading school students through backcountry and wilderness areas.

She is passionate about horses, mountain biking, wildflowers and being a part of the Merrijig and Mansfield communities.

It 's a pleasure to call the Victorian high country my home. Being rodeo queen is an amazing opportunity for me to get involved in the Mansfield and Merrijig communities and be a positive role model to younger ladies. 

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Thank you Ralph Nemeth from Dunrobin Grazing for your long-term support of our rodeo queen. And thank you to Emily's outfitters.

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Would you like to

be our next rodeo queen?

Stay tuned for more information on the 2024 campaign after the 2023 rodeo.

As an ambassador for the sport of rodeo and one of the high country's biggest events, the rodeo queen is an important community focused role. If you're a competent & confident horsewoman who's passionate about rodeo and giving back to the Mansfield community, we'd love to hear from you.

Our ideal candidate will also be:

  • Approachable, engaging, confident and willing to do a little public speaking

  • Available to participate in fundraising and promotional activities from mid Jan until the event on March 11th

  • Excited about being the face of the rodeo and interacting with patrons during the event.

You must be:


Dani Stefanutti

Our RQ Honour Roll


Brooke Simpkin


Nina Burnett

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