Nicole Jordan was crowned Miss Rodeo Idaho 2020 in July of 2019 at the Snake River Stampede PRCA rodeo. A resident of Boise, Idaho, Nicole recently graduated from the College of Idaho with dual degrees in Biomedical Science and Spanish with a minor in Pre-Medicine. In the future, she plans to continue her education to become a surgeon.
Nicole has always loved horses and the western way of life. She was an active member of horse 4H for ten years and became involved in rodeo as a queen during this time. In 2019, Nicole competed in the American Paint Horse Association placing sixth at the APHA World Show in Western Pleasure, in the top five at the Western National Championships.
During her year, Nicole hopes to promote the sport of rodeo and the State of Idaho, especially focusing on bringing youth into the sport through her platform “Anyone Can Rodeo.” Her platform will help to spotlight the idea that no matter who you are or where you are from, there is a place for you in rodeo.
As a long time rodeo fan, it is a dream come true for her to represent the Snake River Stampede, the top PRCA rodeo in Idaho. A strong advocate for education and health, Nicole is also excited about the opportunity to serve as a spokesperson for Stampede for the Cure Foundation.