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St. Paul Rodeo Association and it's 2024 Royal Court welcomes fans from all over the world
to the 88th annual Fourth of July St. Paul Rodeo July 2nd - July 6th, 2024!


Royal Court members will spend a busy year as ambassadors from the St. Paul Rodeo to the greater Northwest as they appear in parades, rodeos and other events throughout the area. Competition for court membership fills an entire day as talented applicants demonstrate speaking, riding, and impromptu skills.


Princess Morgan Cuff, the daughter of Tony and Kathy Cuff, is a fourth generation hazelnut and grass seed farmer from Woodburn, Oregon. She has been a part of the farm life since her foot could reach the clutch and pedal. Morgan graduated from Blanchet Catholic High School in 2022 and is currently a sophomore at Oregon State University pursuing a degree in Agricultural business. She dedicated nine years to the Saddle Slappers 4-H club, competing with her two horses Radar and TE, winning many County and State high point awards. She also was on the Oregon High School Equestrian Team, winning numerous awards, including district versatility buckle and PNWIC Regional cow sorting champion buckle. She is currently on the OSU Collegiate Stock Horse Team and enjoys competing at the college level. When she’s not spending time with her horses, Morgan enjoys camping, fishing, family game nights and watching her younger brother Dylan on the baseball field. Morgan and her equestrian partner Radar are excited about the opportunity and privilege to be on the court to represent the St Paul Rodeo.


Queen Emelia Coleman calls St. Paul, Oregon home, where she comes from a 7th generation farming family rooted in the St. Paul community. She is the 22-year-old daughter of Kelly and Kevin Coleman. In 2020, she graduated from Newberg High School where she was an active member of the varsity cheerleading team. She currently is a senior at Oregon State University pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing with a Minor in New Media Communications. Emelia is a 4-year member of the OSU Intercollegiate Horse Show Association and a 2-year team captain. She is also a 4-year member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and an active committee member. After graduation, Emelia plans to continue working on her family farm and also pursue a career in media production working in the western industry. Outside of school, Emelia is a two-year member of the St. Paul Rodeo Association, volunteering and helping with different events throughout the week of the rodeo. She is so excited to represent her hometown this year and carry on the legacy of the St. Paul Rodeo. This year Emelia will be riding her 18-year-old quarter horse mare Daisy.


Erin Anderson is from the town of Sherwood Oregon, and the daughter of Elaina and Craig Anderson. She is a 2019 graduate of Sherwood high school, and a 2023 graduate of Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science from the college of Agricultural Science in Bioresource research. Post graduation, Erin plans to take a few years away from higher education to work, but in the future is interested in returning to school to pursue a graduate degree in bioinformatics or a similar field. While in high school Erin participated in FFA, cross country running, and the school's equestrian team. Erin developed her love and knowledge of horses from her mother. She started riding in youth rodeo, then competed in 4-H, and American Quarter Horse Association shows. Her horse Gary is a 12-year-old red dun quarter horse. Erin got Gary when he was just 3 years old, she has put many hours and much dedication into training him to be the horse he is today. In her free time Erin enjoys country western dancing, watching movies, and camping and trail riding with her family in the summer.
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Visiting Courts!

Our 2024 Queen Emelia, Princess Erin and Princess Morgan invite you to our 88th Annual St. Paul Rodeo and Parade.

We will feature PRCA rodeo performances on July 2 at 7:30pm, July 3 at 7:30pm, July 4 at 1:30pm and 7:30pm, July 5 at 7:30pm and July 6 at 7:30pm.

The parade is on Thursday, July 4 and begins at 10:00am at the St. Paul High School, judging begins promptly at 8:00am. The St. Paul High School is located at 20449 Main Street NE, St. Paul OR.

All parade participants, including visiting courts, must pre-register here.

We are so honored these incredible ladies have represented us through the years! Click below to see the historic list of past St. Paul Rodeo Queens and Princesses.


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