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Andrea Johnston

Andrea Johnston
Miss Rodeo Canada 2001

The Canadian Finals Rodeo has witnessed the crowning of some exceptional ladies as Canada's Rodeo Royalty, November 10, 2000 was no exception. When they called her name Andrea Johnston couldn't believe what she was hearing.

"Shocked and surprised" are the words the former Medicine Hat Stampede Queen uses in describing the crowning night at the Skyreach Centre in Edmonton. "I couldn't believe they were actually saying my name."

Andrea originally hails from Eston, SK and has made Medicine Hat, AB home for the past four years. In 1999, the brown haired, blue eyed beauty proudly represented the Medicine Hat Stampede. All who knew here were aware of her collected, easy going and pleasant manner, which one could feel by just being near her. Competing for the national title was simply a natural progression.

Andrea realized her role as an ambassador to the sport of profesional rodeo and wishes to continue in that vein later on down the road. With a diploma from Medicine Hat College in Rehabilitation Services, Andrea will combine her education with her exceptional riding skills and start her own Therapeutic Riding Faciltiy back in Medicine Hat. This specialized facility will give individuals with special needs a great experience with horses. Andrea presently volunteers her time in the R.I.D.E.S. program and believes there is a definite need for that type of promotion in every community.

As the first lady of professional rodeo, Andrea has been busy, although she was no stranger to this type of lifestyle as her school years took her into sports, 4-H and student council.

From the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV to Grande Prairie, AB and all places in between, Andrea has had some great experiences throughout the year. She wore the Canadian crown proudly as she represented the sport of rodeo and the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association.


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