Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant 
November  3-5, 2022

Who will be our 
2023 Miss Rodeo 
South Dakota and 
2023 Teen Miss Rodeo 
South Dakota?
Miss Rodeo South Dakota Pageant
The pageant to select the 2023 Miss Rodeo South Dakota and Teen Miss Rodeo South Dakota will be held 
Nov. 3-5, 2022 in conjunction with the Brookings PRCA Rodeo in
 Brookings, South Dakota.

For more information, please review the MRSD and TMRSD official rulebooks under the Application Materials page.

Miss Rodeo South Dakota Contestants

Morgan Erickson is the 23-year-old daughter of Jon and Shelli Erickson of Atwater, Minnesota. She currently resides in Hot Springs, South Dakota where she is a substitute teacher and basketball coach at the Hot Springs school district. Morgan grew up on the back of a horse, showing in 4-H and FFA for many years. After moving to South Dakota for college, it has been home ever since! She is a 2020 graduate of South Dakota State University, attaining Bachelor of Science degrees in Animal Science and Agriculture Science. While at SDSU, she was involved in Little International, a member of Sigma Alpha agriculture sorority, and a captain of the Division I Women's Equestrian team. After graduating, she continued her education at Top Performance Equine Sports Massage Therapy School. She is now a certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist and is the proud owner of her own small business, At Your Best Equine Massage Therapy. Morgan is proud to be sponsored by Grove Bank.

Nestled in the prairie between the Badlands and the Black Hills is the town of New Underwood where Cassity Nan Goetz hangs her hat. Cassity, the 24-year-old daughter of Harold and Nancy Goetz, grew up kicking up dust in rodeo arenas across the state of South Dakota. Through her involvement in the National Cutting Horse Association, 4-H, Little Britches, High School and College rodeo, Cassity grew as a horsewoman and in character. 

Upon graduation from high school, Cassity attended Black Hills State University, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2020. Currently, she is pursuing a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through South Dakota State University. In addition to graduate school, Cassity works full time as an Addiction Counseling Trainee for a nonprofit organization called Lifeways. Cassity is sponsored by Newell Community Club, Racicky Ditching, LLC., FMG Feed & Seed, and Lifeways. Cassity would like to thank these sponsors and all who have helped to prepare her to compete for Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2023.

A self-made cowgirl, Jordan Jensen, is the 21-year-old daughter of Chris and Stephanie Westerman from Brookings, South Dakota. Throughout Jordan’s rodeo career, she was involved in 4-H rodeo, South Dakota High School Rodeo Association, National Little Britches Rodeo Association, and National Barrel Horse Association. Her rodeo achievements include being a 2-time qualifier for the NBHA Youth World Finals and a 3-time qualifier for the National Little Britches Finals in barrel racing and pole bending. Jordan graduated from Lake Area Technical College in May 2022 with a degree in Law Enforcement and the certifications required to become an officer. Jordan plans on continuing her education to pursue Criminal Justice and Psychology degrees at Mount Marty University with a career goal of being a child victim advocate. She believes protecting and mentoring the youth of today is what will make a stronger tomorrow. With a strong desire to serve, Jordan is ready to be the next Miss Rodeo South Dakota and promote the western lifestyle, rodeo, and agriculture through her platform “Protect What Matters.” Jordan is proudly sponsored by Bowes Construction.

Teen Miss Rodeo South Dakota Contestants

Bailey Feistner is the daughter of Brian and Jennifer Feistner. Bailey is a senior at Woonsocket High School where she is active in volleyball, FFA, 4-H, she is the student council president and her class president. Outside of school, Bailey enjoys competing in a variety of horse events, from barrels and poles to reining and jumping. Bailey is passionate about rodeo and has enjoyed representing some great rodeos across South Dakota as she has held titles for the Days of 76’, Black Hills Roundup, the Corn Palace Stampede, and the Foothills. For Bailey, becoming Teen Miss Rodeo South Dakota allows her to better understand and advocate for the sport of rodeo and agriculture. By pursing this goal she hopes to be able to better support the sport of rodeo going into the future. Bailey’s long-term goal is to become a veterinarian focused on horse reproduction. Bailey sends a special thanks to her sponsors: Selland Trucking, Tailored 2 U, Scott’s Supply, Agtegra & Feistner Gravel and Excavation.

My name is Kyler Foreman. I am the 14 year old daughter of Travis and Kassandra Foreman from Orient, SD. I have a 16 year old brother named Teagan and a 9 year old sister named Kelsa; we enjoy spending our time on our family farm. I am currently an 8th grader at Miller Junior High School, where I am involved in FFA and FCCLA. I play volleyball, a wrestling statistician, run track as well as sing in the choir and play the trombone in our school's band. I am active in 4-H, a member of Hand-E-Hands 4-H Club, compete at 4-H rodeos, I also enjoy showing meat goats at my local achievement days, the SD State Fair, and Rushmore Royal. I am also a member of NBHA SD07, a barrel racing association. I am the reigning Junior Miss Rodeo Aberdeen. I would like to thank my sponsors Foreman Charters and Tours, Allen Construction, and Royal River Casino and Hotel.