Teen Miss Rodeo 
South Dakota 2023
Bailey Feistner
Meet Jordan Tierney! 

Jordan Tierney was crowned Miss Rodeo South Dakota 2019 in Belle Fouche South Dakota in September. Throughout 2019 she will have the opportunity to travel across South Dakota and the United States representing South Dakota, professional rodeo and the western lifestyle. Born and raised in western South Dakota to Paul and Robin Tierney the influence of these started at a young age and quickly grew into deep appreciation of all three! She has participated in rodeo since she was able and is honored to represent such an amazing sport. Rodeo is an opportunity for people to get a glimpse into the western lifestyle who normally wouldn’t. She hopes to build those connections that can help first time spectators become lifelong rodeo fans!


She graduated from Chadron State College in May of 2017, earning her Degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Marketing. While in college she had to honor to rodeo for the Chadron State Eagles. She is excited to use her background to help grow appreciation for rodeo and the western lifestyle! Jordan has been blessed with so many opportunities from rodeo and doesn’t take it for granted. When not traveling, Jordan enjoys baking, riding on her parents’ ranch and competing at barrel racings. Jordan welcomes hearing from any one of you of your South Dakota heritage so she may pass them long in educating others!
Meet Bailey Feistner! 


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, and 4-H. She is also 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 enjoys representing the great rodeos across South Dakota. 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.