2019 Miss Livermore Rodeo


Wish our contestants the best of luck on Saturday March 9th during the Miss Livermore Rodeo Competition!  

Our 2019 Miss Livermore Rodeo will be crowned on the night of March 9th at The Veteran's Memorial Building in Livermore. 




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Mayson Bothwell


City: Livermore

Age: 19

I've been around the great sport of rodeo for 15 years, I grew up in Livermore and have
been involved with the Livermore Rodeo as a flag girl for the last 6 years. I am blessed for the two horses I have, a Quarter horse named Diesel, who came very far from bucking me off to making hot laps at rodeos. My other Quarter horse, Oakley, would definitely sit in your lap if he could which makes him a great lesson horse. I work at Panera Bread while I am grateful to be here, I also work for RT Productions out of Oakdale. We shoot a lot of professional cheer and dance competitions all over the country. While I continue to grow as a young lady and equestrian, I look forward to what this year will show for me.


Morgan Laughlin


City: Livermore

Age: 19

I have been riding horses since I was 11 years old. I currently own Two American Quarter
Horses, one mare and one gelding. I use my gelding for reining cow horse and queening, he was a high school rodeo pole horse. I plan to use my mare to barrel race at amateur, rodeos after her training is complete.  Through out high school I competed in the pole bending, barrel racing, reining cow horse and the queens contest. I now have young horses I am training that I plan to Barrel race off of. I compete in reining with my gelding. Together my gelding and I have won the reining cow horse short go at Challenge of Champions, placed in the top 5 in the green as grass reining at Gold'n Grand and ended the 2018 High School Rodeo Season in CHSRA District 4's top 3.


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Isabella Macchioni


City: Livermore

Age: 21

My love for horses began at the age of four years old when I took my first pony ride at the Alameda County Fair. My passion for horses flourished when I leased my first horse, Miss Texas, in middle school. She helped me build my confidence in my riding to then allow me to purchase my current horse, Danatelo, also known as Dano. Dano is a 15 year old Hanoverian gelding. Through my 17 years of riding Dano had been the exceptional horse that has not only been my partner in many championship rides but a a horse who has helped guide me to be who I am today.  When leasing my first horse Miss Texas, I began competing in equitation and dressage classes. As my love for showing grew, and I became the proud owner of Dano, I was able to start learning more about dressage and start competing at higher levels. Together Dano and I have been the 2016 United States
Dressage Federation Region 7 Junior/Young Rider Second level Champion and the 2016 Northern California Dressage Society 18-21 Second level champion, among various other championships and awards. I am looking forward to competing at fourth and prix St. George levels this upcoming summer .