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Rebeka is excited to be crowned the 2019 89er Days Queen representing Guthrie and the celebration of the history of Oklahoma. Rebeka Breger is a native Oklahoman growing up in Guthrie, Oklahoma and recently moved to Cashion. Rebeka lived on a small ranch with her parents and Grandparents. Rebeka’s grandfather Robert Robinson’s family first settled in the Guthrie area back in 1890. Rebeka has two younger sibling her sister Meghan and brother Kash. Rebeka is Junior at Cashion High School where she has been a cheerleader, part of the softball and academic team. Rebeka is very active in the Logan County 4-H participating in the competitive shooting team, equestrian president, and some leadership activities. Rebeka has been part of the Logan Counties 4-H since she was a clover bud.  Rebeka competes in the Edmond Junior Rodeo, and several other local rodeo associations. In 2017 (and previous years) Rebeka won the Reserve Champion Pole Bender for Edmond Junior Rodeo. Rebeka is training her new barrel and pole bending horse Jet, because her other horse Rocky will be retiring. Rebeka is loving the opportunity to train her own horse. When Jet is ready she would like to compete with him in the High School Rodeo Association. Rebeka wants to go to college to become a large animal veterinarian.  Rebeka is also a very talented artist. Rebeka enjoys learning as much as she can from other barrel racers and about other equestrian disciplines. 

INTRODUCING OUR
​​2019 oklahoma 89er Queen ANd Princess

'89er Queen and Princess

2019 Queen REBEKAH BREGER

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OUR PAST OKLAHOMA 89er ROYALTY
2019 Princess HALLE BARKER

Halle is excited to be crowned the 2019 89er Days Princess representing Guthrie and the celebration of the history of Oklahoma. Halle Barker is a native Oklahoman growing up in Jones, Oklahoma. Halle lives on a small ranch with her parents Greg and Krisi Barker and older sister Kelsey Barker. Halle is a Softmore at Jones High School where she is active in FFA showing sheep and competing in speech contests. Halle is Vice President of Edmond Light Horse 4-H Club and Reporter for Oklahoma County 4-H.  Halle competes in the Edmond Junior Rodeo, Oklahoma Foundation Quarter Horse Registry and the Central Oklahoma Little Britches Rodeo Association. In 2016 Halle won the Speed Event Champion for Oklahoma Foundation Quarter Horse Registry and in 2017 won Champion Pole Bender for Edmond Junior Rodeo. Halle and her horse Doc have qualified in poles to compete at the 2018 National Little Britches Rodeo Association in July at the Lazy E. Halle’s passion is in horses, specifically she loves training. Halle enjoys learning as much as she can from other trainers and clinicians. Halle was selected as one of three youth to compete in an adult field of trainers in the 2018 Blaze’s Equine Ride to Rescue Trainers Challenge. Halle has 120 days to work with the 3 year old mare, Milan from Blaze’s to make her the best riding partner for her future owner. Halle will feature Milan at the competition on May 5th at the Trainers Challenge where the challenge horses will be available for adoption at the conclusion of the event. 

Oklahoma ​'89er Celebration