Mollee Gray
2019 Pro-West Ambassador

What Miss Pro-West Rodeo can do for you:

• Participate in your parade and grand entry
• Participate in your Queen pageant as a judge or guest
• Radio/television spot promotions for your rodeo
• Assist with awards presentations
• Act as a spokesperson for your rodeo
• Sign autographs
• Assists media with interviews |information during your rodeo
• Special promotions with local sponsors
• Speak at schools or nursing homes

Thank You to our 2019 Sponosrs
2019 Pro-West Ambassador

Perpetual Saddle | Sedro Woolley Rodeo Queen Program
Perpetual Buckle | The Lieb Family
Custom Ring | Kenneth Kelly Designs
Embroidered Fleece Cooler | SCI Infrastructure
Perpetual Chaps | Pro-West

Horsemanship Award | NS Performance Horses
Knowledge Award | Renaissance Realty & The Jokela Team
Personality Award | Red Wagon Workshop
Appearance Award | Lena Thompson
Speech Award | Super Silver
Table Display Award | Branded by M
1st Runner-Up Award | SCI Infrastructure

Miss Pro-West Rodeo is an official ambassador of the sport of professional rodeo. She is well-versed on rodeo, horsemanship skills, appropriate appearance and is an excellent speaker. Please contact Miss Pro-West or the coordinator to request an appearance at your rodeo!
Spunk and sparkle, that’s Mollee Gray!  This blonde haired blue eyed twenty-year-old is full of life and laughter!  Mollee grew up in Liberty Lake, Washington playing in the lake, riding horses, snow skiing, and loving school.

Mollee’s rodeo career got off to an early start; however, her horse seemed to be under the impression their event was saddle bronc rather than barrels! Being tough and determined, Mollee continued to ride but she moved on to a couple more easy-going horses and spent some time in 4-H, Washington State Horsemen and Eastern Washington Junior Rodeo.  She later participated in Washington High School Rodeo and mainly competed in barrel racing, reined cow horse and the queen contest. 

Aside from rodeo, Mollee played varsity volleyball at Medical Lake High School and was deeply involved with FFA.  She showed pigs and competed in several career development events. After high school, Mollee was elected the Washington FFA State Vice President. 

Mollee is currently attending Washington State University where she plans to major in Neuroscience.  When she’s not in class or studying, Mollee can be found riding her horses, working out, and playing with her mini daschund, Victor. 

As the 2019 Miss Pro-West Rodeo Queen, Mollee has high hopes to be the ultimate representative of the sport of rodeo and all of its gritty competitors. She is riding with the platform of Fit For A Queen with the idea that every horse is only as healthy and happy as their rider, so if we take care of ourselves and our animals, we can be unstoppable. Overall, Mollee can't wait to meet and cheer for each and every member!