Kate Christensen and Rebecca Leeson have been busy decorating for the LJ Hooker Warwick Rodeo Queen Quest dinner.
Kate Christensen and Rebecca Leeson have been busy decorating for the LJ Hooker Warwick Rodeo Queen Quest dinner. Erin Smith

Queen Quest girls are all set to shine at Warwick Rodeo

TWENTY girls will show the judges what they are made of tomorrow as the judging for the LJ Hooker Warwick Rodeo Queen Quest takes place.

The winners of the various categories in the Tiny Tot, Junior Cowgirl, Rodeo Princess and Rodeo Queen will be announced at the annual dinner tonight.

Previous Rodeo Queen winner Kate Christensen and Rebecca Leeson have been working hard to set up the Douglas Feez pavilion for the big event.

"This year's theme is the Year of the Farmer," Mrs Christensen said.

Mrs Leeson said the centrepieces had been handmade by committee member Susan Cooper.

"It has taken her a couple of weeks to make them all," she said.

There are still tickets available for the dinner.

The event starts at 6pm in the Douglas Feez Pavilion with the winner announced at 6.30pm.

Tickets can be purchased at the door or from the show office.



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