Taryn Reid is a fifth-grader in Geraldine, Montana. She is beyond excited to be the 2020 Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association (PRCA) Big Sky Pro Rodeo Princess.
Taryn lives with her parents Glen and Alix, older sister Brinly, and younger brother Beckett on a wheat and cattle farm a few miles from Geraldine. On the farm, Taryn partakes in all activities but absolutely has a passion for animals. Taryn is actively building a nice cattle herd, staring with a favored cow named Cinnamon. The combination can be spotted regularly following each other around the pasture. Her fondness for agriculture is further developed by participating in her local 4H club. Taryn participates in quilting. western horsemanship, English horsemanship, working ranch horse, market swine, and beef breeding. Every year she tries to take more projects.
Along with Taryn's passion for agriculture is a strong love of rodeo. Taryn has a wonderful horse, Buttermilk, which she partners with to compete in pole bending, goat tying, lags, and the favored barrel racing. Youth rodeo is very important to Taryn and she would love to see more kids participating. She believes that once you compete the love for the sport will never go away and that love is the key to the future of rodeo. Taryn looks forward to her future in rodeo and is further inspired by the women who have taken the sport to the next level.
Taryn looks forward to her year as the Big Sky Pro Rodeo Princess. She is excited about meeting other kids, watching the excellent stock, interacting with so many of the rodeo professionals, helping the Big Sky Pro Rodeo committee, and supporting phenomenal athletes. The Big Sky Pro Rodeo is a fabulous event put on by many incredible people.