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Sarah enters rodeo queen quest

Sarah Whybrow is eager to be crowned Warwick Rodeo Queen.
Sarah Whybrow is eager to be crowned Warwick Rodeo Queen. Fotografik Memories

THE hunt is on for the 2012 Warwick Rodeo Queen and quick off the mark to nominate is 26-year-old Sarah Whybrow.

Mrs Whybrow has mastered the art of time management, juggling her business, uni and motherhood.

"I'm studying education, middle years, at USQ in Toowoomba," she said.

"I have my own business called Western Bling and we make horse packs."

Rodeo has long been a passion of Mrs Whybrow's.

"I was about nine or 10 when I saw my first rodeo," she said.

"I absolutely loved it."

Her love of the sport only grew as she got older.

"I went to Warwick State High School and loved watching the Queens run around doing their thing and it inspired me to get in and do it as well."

If you have nominated to be the 2012 Warwick Rodeo Queen please phone us on 4660 1318.

To nominate for phone the Warwick Rodeo Office on 4661 9060 or email admin@warwickrdodeo.com.au.

Entries close October 5.

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