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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted photo Chloie Thomas, 10, daughter of Andrew and Ashley Thomas, of Farmington, is a contestant for 2018 Lincoln Riding Club princess.

FARMINGTON -- Chloie Thomas, 2018 Lincoln Riding Club rodeo princess contestant, has been riding since she was big enough to sit up and hold on to the saddle horn.

That experience inspired her and Chloie is already developing a cowgirl's ambition. She has some big plans in addition to competing for the LRC princess title.

Chloie is the 10-year-old daughter of Andrew and Ashley Thomas, of Farmington. She just completed the fourth grade at Farmington's Ledbetter Intermediate School. Among her career ambitions, Chloie plans to train horses while getting her degree to become an equine veterinarian.

Her affection for horses originated in the saddle. Ever since she could situate herself on horseback and hold on to the saddle horn, Chloie has been riding. She has two horses, Missy and Dan, that have her heart and she is so thankful to call hers.

Chloie feels that becoming the Lincoln Riding Club Princess is a way for girls like her to further promote the great sport of rodeo. She would love to be able to represent the Lincoln Riding Club as their princess at multiple rodeos throughout the year. Most of all, she hopes to make tons of friends and encourage others to run in rodeo royalty pageants.

Sports on 08/08/2018

Print Headline: Thomas Eyes Princess Crown

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