CoRena Butler

CoRena Butler is a Northern California native that has caught the Equestrian bug at a very young age. Her main horse is named Fifteen Cent Candy Bar, (James, Craigslist horse, Jameson).

She competes in local Barrel Racing and long distant road trips to Barrel Races with friends all over California and neighboring states. She also enjoys trail riding, beach riding, and local cattle events.

She is a member of the Petaluma Riding Club, Outlaw Barrel racing association, WCBRA, 777 Barrel Racing. She is very grateful to be part of the 2024 Stable Mix Team.

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 CSHA Region 18 Royalty

Miss CSHA Region 18 Syriana Jones, is 16yrs old from Anderson, Calif. she and her horse Polly love barrel racing and sorting. She is active in her local 4-H chapter where she raises steers. Syriana wants to inspire others to work hard to achieve their goals. 

Miss CSHA Region 18 First Princess Brielle Basinger, is 16yrs old from Cottonwood Calif. she and her horse Stella love showing western pleasure. She is active in her local FFA chapter where she raises swine. She loves all things horses and promoting the western way of life out in her community.

Little Miss CSHA Aubrey Garcia is 9 yrs old from Palo Cedro, Calif. She and her horse Silver like to barrel race, pole bend, and trail ride together. Aubrey loves promoting the sport of rodeo and wants to help other girls follow their dreams to be rodeo queens. 

With fearlessness, grace, dedication, compassion, and big hearts these ladies use their platform to be a voice for the many different types of equestrian people that CSHA represents in their community.

Skylar Kendl

Skylar Kendl is 22 years old and a resident of Fort Bragg,Ca. She currently owns Rocking K3 Livestock, where she breeds and sells club lambs for show and meat. 

Horses have been a big part of Skylar’s life since she was a little girl. She started out mucking stalls and feeding in return for riding her friend’s horse. She now has won many awards in the show ring with multiple of her horses, and has held 3 Rodeo Queen titles! 

Skylar’s main passion is spreading the knowledge for equine and rodeo to not only the communities, but to the young generation coming into the industry through her rodeo queen titles. Her most recent being 2023 Miss Gold Country Pro Rodeo.

 Through out her years in competing, she has relied on Stable Mix to keep her furry athletes in the best health and condition. Skylar is honored to represent Stable Mix as a 2024 ambassador!

Fayln Owen

Hello, my name is Falyn Jo Owen, I am 11 years old and live just outside of Red Bluff California. I am in 5th grade and it is my first year being a part of California Junior High School Rodeo Association where I rodeo for District 1. I compete in the barrel racing, pole bending and goat tying. I have three horses, their names are Sauce, Zeppelin and Bowdie. All of my horses have been raised and trained by my family. I am very excited to be a part of the Stable Mix team!

Owen Equine & Co. LLC


Sutter Buttes Interscholastic Girls Polo Team

The Sutter Buttes Interscholastic high school polo team are a relatively new team of 4 local girls aged 12-16. Last year was their first year together but they are practicing hard in hopes to go to regionals this year and even nationals someday.

"We are big fans of your feed, we use it regularly and is our top recommendation to people. We have a small string of horses, (Summer, Africa, Mono, and Regalo) mostly in their early to mid twenties and one, Summer, eats exclusively Senior Stable Mix as she has lost her teeth due to age. It has kept her happy, healthy, and in shape to play. We look forward to representing Elk Grove Milling at future tournaments and games." - Ellie D.

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Laura Zamora

My name is Laura and my two war horses are Fixn to be Famous “Smarty” and Jess Can’t Wait to be King “Floyd”.  When I’m not riding, my husband and I run Tri Star Landscape and I am also a Realtor.  Horses have been a part of my entire life and are my true passion.  When I was 5 years old I was told that if I wanted a pony it was my responsibility to take care of him.  I was taught that love, proper care and good horsemanship always came before the ride.  Over the past three years, with the support of my husband John, I have set and met several barrel racing goals with these amazing animals.  One being we made Top 25 year-end WCBRA.  I have overwhelming gratitude for these horses as they have exceeded my expectations and made my dreams come true.  My goal is to continue competing and enjoy the ride!