2021 Miss Teepee Creek
Kenedy Hemingson is an 18 year old Cowgirl who resides near Sexsmith, Alberta. Growing up in a 'cowboy' family, the passion for livestock and rodeo runs deep in my veins. Over the years, I have competed in everything from reining, cowboy challenge, horse shows, to high school rodeo. I have been involved in almost all aspects of the rodeo world, whether it be working in the wagon barns, running the stripping chute in the roughstock events, or competing. Now, my focus is on competing in District 3 of the Alberta High School Rodeo Association, in goat tying, pole bending, breakaway roping, and working cowhorse. I always knew I was passionate about our sport and our lifestyle, but I never knew just how important it was to me until I made that first lap as Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2021. The rush of emotions I felt in that moment will never be forgotten in my lifetime. I've always been passionate about the connection I've had with my horses, but I never thought about the connection I would have to a crowd until that moment. I am so proud to represent the Bar TP brand with grace and grit, and hope to influence as many people as I possibly can along the way. The crown I wear on my hat may be heavy, but it has taken me on the adventure of a lifetime thus far. They say to be the best, you have to be surrounded by the best, and thanks to my outstanding committee, I've had the opportunity to do just that. I would also like to send a huge thank you to everyone behind the scenes making this happen, from our board of hardworking individuals, to the sponsors that come back year after year to put this show on, to everyone who comes out to enjoy Four Days in the Wild in all its glory, I would not be on this journey without you all!