2021 Western Stampede Royalty
Morgan is the daughter of Chris and Michelle Ivie from Benjamin, Utah. She is currently a freshman at Spanish Fork Jr. High and on the high honor roll. During high school, Morgan plans to get licensed as a cosmetologist through Mountainland Technical College. After graduation, her goal is to pursue a college degree in communications at BYU Hawaii.
Morgan loves everything to do with the outdoors. She considers the mountains her second home and enjoys camping, hiking, and trail riding with friends and family.
Morgan’s life is dedicated to her family, friends, community, and faith. Her personal motto in life is to use her gifts and talents to help better serve those around her.
Rylei has always loved the sport of rodeo from a young age and has admired those who are ambassadors for the sport. This led her to be involved in rodeo queening. Rylei also wants to be able to be more involved in the community. Through her reign, she hopes to be able to help be an ambassador for the sport of rodeo and help others realize how important the sport of rodeo is in our community. Rylei wants to share her passion for rodeo and the equine industry with others around her.
Piper Maxwell is the daughter of Ryan and Shannon Maxwell and lives in Riverton. She attends ninth grade at Juan Diego Catholic High School where she is on the tennis team, been nominated for numerous art awards, and is currently going out for student body officer for her sophomore year. Piper is a 4H youth ambassador, vice president for the Junior Utah Paint Horse Club, and is currently holding reign as Princess for the Great American Stampede in Cedar City and attendant to the Princess at Pony Express Events in Eagle Mountain. Her future plans include studying abroad in Paris and attending college where her focus will be on marine biology.