Brianna Miller is hoping to be crowned 2013 Warwick Showgirl.
Brianna Miller is hoping to be crowned 2013 Warwick Showgirl. Georja Ryan

Warwick beauty Brianna all set for Showgirl Quest

IT TOOK a little nudge from dad, but Brianna Miller has signed on the dotted line and entered the Warwick Showgirl Quest.

Eighteen-year-old Miss Miller said she had thought about entering the competition for a while, but was only half-decided.

Soon enough, it was too late to change her mind after her father sent in the application.

"Dad nominated me and I didn't even know, but I was planning on doing it anyway," she said.

"He's been encouraging me to do it for years so it will be good to make him proud."

Miss Miller has never entered the quest before, but is no stranger to the Warwick Show scene having competed in showjumping since she was little.

Not having a horse means showjumping is out of the question this year, so Miss Miller has found another way to be involved with the show.

"It's something different and because I'm not competing this year I thought I'd go in it," she said.

She's been riding horses since she was just three years old and enjoys playing hockey and touch football.

Miss Miller said by entering the competition, she hoped to boost her confidence and overcome her fear of public speaking.

As a vet nurse at Warwick Town and Country Vet, Miss Miller will be selling raffle tickets at the surgery for her fundraiser.

First prize is a $200 Nutrimetics voucher, second is a $100 Town and Country vet voucher and third is a $50 Supa IGA Warwick voucher.



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