Photo by Pat Lewis
Emily Breeden was named 2017 Lady-In-Waiting after a selection process including submitting a written application, an accomplishment book, a horsemanship skills demonstration, and an interview.
Emily the daughter of Kyle and Tip Breeden, is a 2014 graduate of East High School. Emily currently attends Laramie County Community College, majoring in Special Education. She grew up actively participating in Cheyenne Frontier Days™ events; and has represented the Daddy of ‘em All® as a Dandy for four years and then served as the Dandies Assistant Director for two years.
“I want to ride for the brand and be the best person I can be in representing Cheyenne Frontier Days to the fullest. I love working with all the amazing volunteers and meeting new volunteers from different committees during CFD. I look forward to the opportunity to meet new people and promote Cheyenne Frontier Days as the greatest outdoor rodeo in the world,” Emily said.
Emily will work with Miss Frontier, Rylee Anderson in 2017 to represent Cheyenne Frontier Days™ in both the United States and Canada.