Princess Cloe Davis, of Adams, Oregon is the 19-year-old daughter of Berk and Cindy Davis. She is pursuing a degree in Agriculture at Blue Mountain Community College. She is a Dean’s list student and represents the school as an athlete on the volleyball team and as the Associated Student Government Vice President. Cloe graduated from Weston McEwen High School where she was actively involved as a three-sport athlete, honors student, and FFA member. She earned her FFA State Degree, was her chapter's acting president, and was awarded the DEKALB Agriculture Accomplish Award. Cloe continues to pursue her passion for Agriculture with her work at the OSU Agriculture Research Station.
Cloe comes from a family with a rich history of involvement in Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon, including court royalty, directors, volunteers, and rodeo participants. Cloe has continued this tradition with her own involvement as a participant in the Happy Canyon Pageant, as a pennant bearer, and as a 1910 Room volunteer. Cloe has been horseback since before she could walk and rode in her first Westward Ho! Parade at just 18 months old. She learned her horsemanship skills from growing up on her family’s farm and ranch, helping work cattle, and from barrel racing competitively. She was a member of the Valley Girls Barrel Racing Association and Pioneer Posse. She also helped in the breeding and raising of the horses she will be using for this year’s Pendleton Round-Up.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to represent an association that celebrates the western way of life and the people that keep it alive every day.”