2018 Princess Miss Rodeo Alaska
Lacee Schliesser is the 13 year old daughter of Ryan and Angela Schliesser of Palmer Alaska. Lacee attends Idea Families Homeschool and is in the 7th Grade. Lacee is a girl of passion and kindness for people and animals. Lacee has a strong passion for ranch life and want to someday further her education and make ranch calls as a large animal vet. Lacee participated this winter in an apprenticeship at Modoc Veterinary Clinic every Wednesday. She is getting quite familiar with the procedures for Spaying and Neutering of cats and dogs. Aside from Lacee’s passion of animal education, she has a strong love for horses and rodeo. Lacee has been riding since she could barely walk, always insisting when she was younger to be on her horse working cattle with her dad on the family ranch in Northern California before moving to Alaska.
Since Lacee has moved to Alaska she has taken to Rodeo. She is active in many events of Rodeo here in Alaska as well as in Oregon, California and Nevada during the winter months. Lacee has won the All around cowgirl award in JHSRA for the last two years in a row, qualifying for Nationals in several events. She participates in barrels, pole bending, breakaway roping, goat tying, and now adding bronc riding to her resume!
Lacee not only participates in the rodeos, but she also performs as a rodeo entertainer at rodeos nationally. Lacee is a very talented trick rider and trick roper. Throughout the winter and as school allows, Lacee travels with the Riata Ranch Trick Rider Team. She is very excited to announce she’ll be performing next winter at the Denver Stock Show in January. Lacee is a dedicated performer and spends every moment she can practicing her show material and riding her horses.