Support these girls, support the community.
Support these girls, support the community.
Cidney Klaire Roper is the brown haired, hazel eyed daughter of Charles and Kari Roper. She is seventeen years old and a senior at Brawley Union High School. This cowgirl is no stranger to the rodeo arena, she served as your Brawley Cattle Call Teen Queen in 2019, and your Little Miss in both 2011 and 2012. Cidney is an active member of the California High School Rodeo Association where she competes in the cutting horse event. Cidney qualified for the CHSRA Challenge of Champions last March and the CHSRA State Finals last June, she hopes to continue that success this season. Cidney is also a proud member of the Southern California Cutting Horse Association, Arizona Cutting Horse Association, and National Cutting Horse Association. Cidney is passionate about agriculture, she is honored to serve as President of Brawley FFA, 1st Vice President of the Junior Fair Board, and a student representative of the California Women of Agriculture organization. You will also find Cidney under the Friday night lights rooting for the Wildcats as a BUHS varsity cheerleader. Additionally, this cowgirl is a dedicated student, maintaining a weighted GPA of 4.6; and an active member of the First Christian Church of Brawley. Cidney is honored to have the opportunity to compete for the 2022 Brawley Cattle Call Queen title, and feels blessed to be a representative of the western way of life.
Amaris Brielle Rothfleisch is the 14 year-old daughter of Ryan Rothfleisch and Nicole Reeves Rothfleisch of Brawley, and the 5th generation of their Imperial Valley farming families. This outgoing, brown-eyed brunette is a Freshman who is homeschooled by her mom, who is also her riding buddy.
Amaris is a member of the Imperial Valley Team Penning Association, the American Quarter Horse Association, and in addition to penning and sorting cattle she enjoys barrel racing, trail riding, and taking cute selfies with her beloved horses, Promise and Shorty.
When she’s not studying or honing her riding skills, she enjoys reading, art, church youth group, and taking care of her two tortoises and bearded dragon.
Amaris plays a variety of musical instruments, is part of the new Imperial Valley Youth Orchestra, and has participated in community theater musical productions. She loves spreading her wings to travel the world, with a special place in her heart for Haiti, where she works and plays with kids at an orphanage; but her favorite place is in the saddle, right here at Cattle Call arena.
While Amaris loves the glitz and glamour of a rodeo queen, she doesn’t shy away from getting dirty working hard or dressing in camo to go hunting and fishing with her dad.
Her future plans include attending college somewhere she can take her horses as well as combine her interests in agriculture, music and theater, and service to make the world a better place.
Amaris is thrilled to have the opportunity to follow in her mom and aunt’s footsteps and compete to be a part of the Cattle Call royalty.
Harper Ireland Brandt is the 9 year old, blonde haired, blue eyed daughter of Mark and Ellen Brandt. Harper is currently in the 4th grade at Pine Elementary School and her favorite subject is history. Harper is one of 6 children in the Brandt tribe and loves to spend her days growing up with her 3 brothers and 2 sisters. Harper aspires to be a veterinarian when she grows up, until then she showers her 3 dogs Pippa, London and Surrey with her love. After school Harper can be found practicing any sport she can play. Currently she is on an all girls soccer team, and plans to play volleyball and softball in the spring. Of course this little cowgirl’s favorite past time is riding her horses Zag and Valentino. Harper has loved the opportunity to compete as your 2021 Brawley Cattle Call Junior Queen and she can not wait to achieve her dream under the red white and blue.
Reese Johnson is the beautiful, kind-hearted, green-eyed daughter of Randy and Priscilla Johnson. This eight-year-old lives in El Centro, CA where she attends McCabe Elementary School. When Reese isn’t dreaming about owning her own palomino horse, goats and chickens and living on a ranch, she spends her time practicing gymnastics and volleyball. She is a former competitive gymnast and plays recreational volleyball. She’s one busy little cowgirl with big hopes and dreams. Reese is honored to be running for the title of the 2022 Brawley Cattle Call Little Miss, but she knows that none of it would be possible without the love support of her friends and family. Reese appreciates all the encouragement and knows that she is loved , while she is chasing her cowgirl dreams. Ladies and gentlemen, your 2022 Brawley Cattle Call Little Miss contestant, Reese Johnson