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HENDERSON CO., March 20, 2013—The Henderson County Livestock Show began on Monday. That evening, at 5:30 p.m., the Crowning Ceremony was held for this year’s Livestock Show Princess and Queen.
The 2013 Henderson County Livestock Show Princess is Brooke Berry. Brooke is a 7th grader at James L. Collins Catholic School, where she is on the honor roll. She is 12 years old and the daughter of Russell and Tanya Berry of Malakoff. She has an older sister, Amaris and a nephew, Keigan. Brooke is the granddaughter of Johnny and Mary Ann Montoya of Albuquerque, NM and Barbara Fuller of Tool. She is the niece of Jo and Lori Berry of Malakoff.
She is a proud member of Ghostriders Young Guns, The Official Rodeo Drill Team of Texas. This summer her quad team competed at Super Ride and won 3 National Championship titles. She enjoys performing at rodeos and this year is planning on learning how to do the hippodrome (trick riding). She also rides with the East Texas Young Riders Drill Team.
She stays super busy on the back of her horse, Lacey. She loves to trail ride, barrel race and hang out with her friends.
The 2013 Henderson County Livestock Show Queen is Hayley Jackson. Hayley is the 17 year old daughter of Kakie and Jeff Cade and Hayden Jackson. Grandparents are Susan Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Jackson. Sisters are Bradi Cade and Riley Jackson.
She is in the 12th grade at Martins Mill High School and is a member of Showstopper 4H, where she serves as Vice President. She is also a member of Martins Mill FFA and the National Junior Santa Gertrudis Association. She is active in 4H showing her heifer at all major shows in Texas. She won her classes in San Antonio and Houston in 2012. Hayley also shows goats. She won grand champion in the 201 Dash for Cash and Senior Showmanship in 2012.
She is co-captain of the varsity cheerleaders. She is on the varsity softball team, and was All District New Comer of the Year. She enjoys riding horses and hunting and spending time with her family and friends.
The Livestock Show will run through Saturday.
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