Cora Maybach Swift has lived in Ouray County her whole life. She is a sophomore at Ridgway High School, and has been a part of the local 4H club, fair and rodeo for as long as she can remember. She was with her horse Pete when he was born and has been dedicated to him- despite their difficulties- ever since. Cora is enthusiastic about bringing back Ouray County Royalty this year and hopefully being a part of it in more years to come.
Austyn Goode is honored to be the Ouray County Rodeo Princess. This was her first year to be able to try out for royalty and she was crowned Princess. She is a proud member of Ouray Country San Juan Critters and Crafts 4H club and is excited to show chickens and swine. She has already learned so much, not only about my livestock, but also about community and what it means to be a part of something bigger than herself. She and her pony Star, can’t wait to represent this wonderful county and community as the 2019-2020 Rodeo Princess.
Rodeo Princess Attendant
Kimber Cook is a 10 year old, fifth generation rancher in Ouray County. She enjoys spending time with her horse and her 4-H animals. She is excited to represent Ouray County as the 2019-2020 Princess Attendant and has her sights set on being the Ouray County Rodeo Queen in the future.