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Brittney Chomistek


Brittney Chomistek, Miss Rodeo Canada 2018

On November 10, 2017 Miss Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Queen, Brittney Chomistek, was crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2018 at the Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton, Alberta.

[Photo courtesy of Nicole Marie Photography


Twenty-year-old Brittney Chomistek is the fourth generation raised on family land north east of Medicine Hat. Over the years, Brittney's passion for horses led her to become a Saddles and Spurs 4-H member, participate in all-breed horse shows, and begin training in mounted shooting. This third year, Bachelor of Elementary Education student has a goal of teaching grade one in a rural school. Brittney volunteers as head coach for a junior high boys' basketball team, does agricultural classroom presentations, and is the Youth Ambassador and spokesperson for the south east Alberta United Way. These duties complement Brittney's desire to make a difference with children, as many of the United Way programs focus on helping vulnerable families through difficult times. Two of her favourite projects include "Tools for School" and "Brown Bag Lunch," both of which assist children of economically challenged families to receive proper tools and nourishment to be successful in school.


Appearances and Schedule

2017/2018 Schedule


Canadian Finals Rodeo - November 8-12

Miss Rodeo Canada Competition - November 5-12, 2017
Senior Lodge Visit - November 16, 2017
CHAT 94.5 Radio and MY96 Radio Interview - November 16, 2017
Sponsor Visit - Smithbilt Hats - November 22, 2017
Medicine Hat - Radio Station - November 2017
Photo Shoot - Ian Neill - Airdrie, Alberta November 18, 2016 Queen in Jeans Interview - November 25, 2017
Westerner Park - Red Deer, Alberta - December 1, 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo - Las Vegas, Nevada - December 2017

Wrangler Finals Rodeo and Miss Rodeo America Pageant Events - December 3-17, 2017

Montana Silversmiths - Sponsor Visit - January 13, 2018
National Western Stock Show and Rodeo - January 13-14, 2018 - Denver Denver, Colorado

Cowboy Downhill Ski Race - Banff, Alberta - January 15, 2018

Florida - February 11-20. 2018 - Tentative

Parada de Sol - Scottsdale, Arizona - March 8-11, 2018

Broncs and Honky Tonks Spring Rodeo - April 6-8, 2018
Queen in Jeans Clinic - April 4-7, 2018

Leduc Black Gold Rodeo - May 31-June 3, 2018 - Tentative
Medicine Hat WPCA Chuckwagons - June 14-17, 2018
Ponoka Stampede - June 26-July 2, 2018 - Tentative


Cheyenne Frontier Days - July 20-29, 2018 - Tentative
Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede - July 24-29, 2018

Armstrong IPE and Stampede - August 29 - September 2, 2018
Pendleton Round Up - September 12-16, 2018


* Please contact our Bookings Coordinator to confirm future appearances or your appearance dates.


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December 2017

December was an exciting month, filled with neon lights, glitz, sequins and most importantly, watching 9 Canadian Cowboys represent our country at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas!

I arrived in Vegas one week early with multiple suitcases, ready to attend all the Miss Rodeo America Pageant Events. I have to say, it was much more relaxing being an observer of a pageant than a contestant! The competition was very strong and I am pleased to congratulate Keri Sheffield, Miss Rodeo Florida, who rose to the top as the newly crowned Miss Rodeo America. I enjoyed getting to know Keri at many of the WNFR and sponsor Brittney Chomistek and Zeke Thurstonevents - and I can’t wait to meet up with her again in January.

Nothing can compare to the Canadian pride I felt each night, as the announcer introduced Zeke Thurston carrying our national flag into the arena and leading our Canadian contingency in the grand entry. These nine athletes were ranked amongst the top 15 cowboys in the World in each of their events, and the Canadian fans waved their flags with enthusiasm when our cowboys competed! December also celebrated a National Day of the Horse, which I thought was very appropriate as Virgil, the amazing Canadian grey horse owned by C5 Rodeo, was recognized as the 2017 PRCA Bareback Horse of the Year!

Throughout the WNFR, Emma Deicke Miss Rodeo Australia, and I were involved in many promotional activities. We helped host the MGM Hotel and Casino’s Gold Buckle Viewing Theatre during rodeo performances, presented Montana Silversmith Go-Round Buckles at South Point each night, and signed hundreds of autograph sheets at the Roper, Wrangler, Stetson and Montana Silversmiths tradeshow booths. I loved the opportunity to meet with many rodeo fans, while promoting a few of the Miss Rodeo Canada program sponsors. My travels throughout the year would not be possible without the generosity of these major supporters. Be sure to follow the Miss Rodeo Canada Facebook page to see posts featuring these and other MRC donors.

After returning home from the WNFR, I was able to enjoy a relaxing Christmas in Medicine Hat surrounded by loved ones and wonderful friends. I am so grateful for everyone who helped make 2017 such an amazing year for me and I wish everyone the very best in the next year. I can’t wait to see what 2018 brings!

Brittney Chomistek
Miss Rodeo Canada 2018



November 2017

The 2017 Canadian Finals Rodeo is an event I will never forget. I am Brittney Chomistek the newly crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2018 and I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to represent the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association for the next year.

I would like to begin by thanking the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede for allowing me Crowning - Brittney Chomistekthe experience and opportunity to represent such a great organization during the Miss Rodeo Canada Competition. It was an honour to once again wear your crown and banner for the pageant in Edmonton.

The MRC Competition leading up to the Canadian Finals Rodeo was a whirlwind of activities as we were judged on horsemanship, public speaking, rodeo exam, personal interviews and modeling. The week was filled with many special memories and wonderful friendships. Emily, Kyla, Michele, and Caylee, I enjoyed getting to know each of you a bit better and I had so much fun with all of you at the same time.

November was a month consisting of many endings and new beginnings. On November 10, 2017, I walked in to the Northland’s Coliseum representing the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede for the last time. That night, at the Friday rodeo performance, I was fortunate to have been crowned Miss Rodeo Canada 2018 and I am so excited about this new beginning. The 44th Canadian Finals Rodeo was quite emotional as it was the end of an era, with Championship Sunday being the final CFR performance ever to be hosted at Northlands in Edmonton. During the closing ceremony, past rodeo competitors and champions were invited into the arena to join the celebration as 13 Canadian Champions were introduced at the Coliseum for the final time. Even though this tradition ended, I am looking forward to seeing where our 45th Canadian Finals will be hosted in 2018.  

Congratulations to our 2017 Canadian Professional Rodeo Champions!

Seth Hardwick - Bareback
Layton Green – Saddle Bronc
Garrett Smith – Bull Riding
Jason Thomas – Steer Wrestling
Logan Bird – Tie-Down Roping
Levi Simpson – Team Roping Header
Jeremy Buhler – Team Roping Heeler
Carman Pozzobon – Ladies Barrel Racing
Ky Marshall – All Around Cowboy
Morgan Grant – High Point
Connor Hamilton – Novice Bareback
Dawson Hay – Novice Saddle Bronc
Luke Ferber – Boys Steer Riding

Once the reality of my exciting week set in, I was able to meet with a few of my sponsors including Aria Studios, Roper Stetson Tinhaul, Wrangler and Smithbilt Hats to prepare for my first official trip in December. Thank you very much to the many sponsors who have generously supported the Miss Rodeo Canada pageant and title. For a complete listing of all Miss Rodeo Canada donors please visit


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