Neve saddles up for quest

Neve Kruger is excited for her second entry in the Rodeo Queen Quest tiny tots section this year.
Neve Kruger is excited for her second entry in the Rodeo Queen Quest tiny tots section this year. Contributed

SHE may be just six years old but Neve Kruger knows her way around a horse and she is ready to put her skills to the test in this year's Rodeo Queen Quest.

The Warwick West prep student is no rookie in the competition and had her first experience in the Tiny Tots section last year.

Riding at the showgrounds and visiting the elderly in nursing homes were here favourite parts of last year's quest and this girl with a love for bull riding is back for more this year.

Although she looks pretty as a picture in her cowgirl attire, Neve is as authentic as they come and has been riding horses since she was a tot of two.

There is nothing she loves more to do in her spare time than riding her beloved pony, Flicka and helping her mum and dad with work on their family farm at Lyndhurst.

Neve is sponsored by The Flying Dutchman Vet, Eric Klaui, and Brian Bunch Plumbing.

If you are entering the Rodeo Queen Quest this year, phone 4660 1315 to arrange to have your photo published in the Daily News.



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