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2019-2020 Student Officer Team













Hello! I’m Taylor Mobbs the new 2019 Miss. THSRA. A little bit about myself is that I have always been involved in rodeo. My family has deep roots in rodeo that travel back many generations and I could ride before I could walk. I attend Grace Christian Academy in Gonzales Texas as a junior. I currently live on a cattle ranch in Shiner Texas where I own and operate my own registered brahman cattle business. I am involved highly in 4-H where I hold the position of county council reporter. I also am a member in the AQHA, National Honor Society, and the American Junior Brahman Breeders Association. I compete in breakaway roping and goat tying in Texas High School Rodeo and have been a member of high school rodeo for three years and was a member of junior high rodeo for two. I have also had the privilege to hold the title of Miss. TJHRA 2016.  After high school, I plan on attending Texas A&M university where I will pursue a degree in animal genetics.I am so honored to hold the position of Miss. THSRA and represent the great state of Texas, our organization, and all of our dedicated sponsors.






My name is Rylee Dodson. This year I was fortunate enough to be elected your 2019-20 THSRA Vice President. I also happen to be serving on this officer team with two of my very good friends, your president Jake Kahla, and secretary Shyanne Bauerle. I grew up & currently live around Uvalde, TX, and my family has always been involved with horses. I mostly showed reiners until I was about 9 years old, when I then fell in love with rodeo & have competed in TJHRA, THSRA and other associations since. I have competed in Region 8 since junior high, doing almost every event from running poles & barrels, to tying goats and, my personal favorite, roping breakaway. I am an incoming junior at Uvalde High School, where I enjoy participating in FFA competitions along with showing hogs. THSRA is an organization that I am very passionate about, and I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve and represent everyone involved. Rodeo is a very humbling sport, and I appreciate every chance I get to swing a leg over a horse. It has introduced me to some of my greatest friends and influences, and I only want to use this position to give back to an association that has given me so much. I hope to work together with my team this year to improve THSRA in any way possible. Thank you, & God bless!















My name is Shyanne Bauerle and I was recently elected as your new THSRA secretary. I am from Mineral, Texas and have competed at Region VIII for the past 4 years. I compete in breakaway, poles, and goat tying. I will be a senior in the fall at Jourdanton High School where I play volleyball, basketball, and run track. I am also the class of 2020’s Vice President, Vice President of the Spanish club, member of our schools robotics team, and our FCA program. Throughout the years, rodeo has brought to me some of my greatest moments along with some of the biggest let downs. It has taught me that no matter the outcome God still loves you and still has a plan for you even if it doesn’t make since in that exact moment. Rodeo has also opened the door for me to have met some of my greatest lifelong friends. THSRA has allowed me to compete against some of the greatest competitors in our sport so serving as secretary helps me give back to those who have helped me so much. I plan on attending college next year and majoring in business/marketing so that I can continue to help others. Thank you for this great opportunity and hope you have a blessed day!


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