2021 TNLS Sweetheart contestants, winner will be announced at the Livestock Sale on Friday night March 26th at 6pm. The contestants' pictures are listed below (listed in no particular order).
KODEE BUTCHER: Kodee is a member of Polk County 4-H and Livingston FFA, she competes in 4-H District and State Horse Show, HLSR and San Antonio’s shows also a National Honors Society member. Her goals are to graduate from Texas A&M University majoring in Animal science, opening her own Veterinary facility and becoming closer to god.
OLIVIA LAIRD: Olivia is a member of Big Sandy 4-H and FFA, her hobbies include raising animals, Dance, cheerleading and HOSA(Health Occupation Students of America). Olivias goals are to attend Sam Houston State University and afterwards attend Physical Therapy school after college graduation.
LILLI DEFORD: Lilli is a member of Polk County 4-H and Livingston FFA and she is apart of Goodrich 4-H Horse Club and Junior National Honor Society. Her hobbies include showing pigs, riding horses, playing sports and drawing. Lillis goals are to ride at HLSR one day and become a RN.
KENLEY MCQUEEN: Kenley is a member of Big Sandy 4-H and is a active member of Big Sandy Buyers Committee. Her hobbies include riding horses, showing goats and hunting deer and hogs with her dad and grandfather along with being in the kitchen with family learning how to cook. Kenleys goals are to continue being involved in 4-H showing goats and eventually showing a steer and to attend college to become a nurse.
KAYDN REUTER: Kaydn is a member of Goodrich 4-H and is active in Horse club, archery club, photography and church involvement. Her hobbies include riding, showing and training horses, photography and hanging out with family and friends. Kaydns goals are to get a degree in Animal Science and become a large animal veterinarian and while in college hopes to compete on a collegiate Stock Horse Team.
CAILEE RATCLIFF: Cailee is a member of Big Sandy 4-H, she is involved with Polk County Horse Club, a youth member of AQHA and competes in the State 4-H Horse Show and Polk County Youth Rodeo playdays. Cailees goals are to learn more about horses by attending Texas A&M and studying Equine Science also becoming a horse trainer like Clinton Anderson.
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