AND THE WINNER IS: The 2018 Warwick Rodeo Queen is Lauren McKenzie and the Warwick Rodeo Princess is Tyler Aspinall. Pictured: Nicole Evans, Tyler Aspinall, Savannah Halley and Lauren McKenzie.
AND THE WINNER IS: The 2018 Warwick Rodeo Queen is Lauren McKenzie and the Warwick Rodeo Princess is Tyler Aspinall. Pictured: Nicole Evans, Tyler Aspinall, Savannah Halley and Lauren McKenzie. Nicole Zurcas

QUEEN CROWNED: Warwick meet your new rodeo royalty

THE 2018 Warwick Rodeo Queen title has been given to Lauren McKenzie.

The polocrosse player will be wearing the crown for the upcoming Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup in the last week of October.

She also took home the best horsemanship award and was the overall fundraising winner with a total of $2169.

Narrowly missing out on the title was runner-up, Nicole Evans.

Tyler Aspinall has been crowned the 2018 Warwick Rodeo Princess, also taking out the best horsemanship title and Savannah Halley has been named runner-up.

Georgia Finnigan received the 2018 Miss Tiny Tot crown and horsemanship award.

The Cantwell sisters were a duo competing in the junior cowgirl category, with Claire taking home the appearance award and Carly the title of Miss Congeniality.

Kirrilly Roche took home the 2018 Warwick Junior Cowgirl crown and best horsemanship award.

Representing the young boys of rodeo, Cody Hill was the only junior cowboy entrant and respectfully accepted his crown. 

The Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft start on October 22 and run until October 29.



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