2018 Cave Creek Rodeo Days Queen

Megan Alsever

Megan Alsever is the proud daughter of David and Ellen Alsever of Cave Creek, Arizona.  She is an Honor and AP student in her senior year at Cactus Shadows High School.  She’s been riding horses since before she could walk and has taken part in numerous competitions and events throughout the years.  Her rodeo horse is a 23-year-old Buckeye, and they have been together for over ten years and succeeded in many events throughout their career.  Megan is also the proud owner of a rescue Thoroughbred named Dove and a half Arab named Ava.  In addition to her horses, Megan takes part in many curricular activities including the prestigious National Honor Society, her school’s soccer team and the varsity track and field team. She also works at Cave Creek’s very own Harold's Corral as a hostess.  She plans to attend college in the next year and double major in business and environmental engineering.  Megan is also working towards being trilingual in English, French, and Mandarin.


2018 Cave Creek Rodeo Days Teen Queen

Lilly Alsever

Lilly Alsever is the daughter of David and Ellen Alsever of Cave Creek, Arizona. She is an honor student in her freshman year at Cactus Shadows High School.  She has ridden horses since she was four and loves to train her own animals for various events.  Lilly has done everything on a horse from jumping to barrel racing and sorting, including competing at the Regional level on her Arabian Country horse.  Lilly also has a rescue pony that she is preparing to do therapy work and cart work with.  She hopes to carry on with her passion for horses in her professional career. She also strives to carry on in Rodeo Royalty and to one day become Miss Rodeo America.  Besides her love of horses, Lilly has a love for special needs children and participates in programs to help them at school and throughout her town.  Her goal is to major in Business and Psychology and become the proud owner of an Equine Therapy Ranch.  Lilly is bilingual in French and English and loves the theater.  She has been playing competitive soccer since she was four and is very successful in Track and Field as a sprinter, and has begun to play Lacrosse for her high school.  When she is not studying, at practice or helping in the community, Lilly enjoys riding, skiing, theater and hanging out with her friends.


Lilly and Megan are native Arizonans and are proud representatives of The Town of Cave Creek their whole lives.  They have been in all the parades in Cave Creek representing various businesses in town.  They have also been in the media on TV and in print many times to promote town events.  The sisters have ridden in the Parada Del Sol Parade and in the nationally televised Fiesta Bowl Parade for three years for the Town of Cave Creek.



2018 Cave Creek Rodeo Days Princess’s

Give that special little girl in your life the dream of a lifetime — being a Cave Creek Rodeo Days Princess!  All are welcome to participate, but you need to sign up soon, as space is limited.

The Princess’s will ride in the Cave Creek Rodeo Days Parade on the Royalty Float.  But her day and royalty obligations won’t end there!  Later that afternoon, she’ll be struttin’ her Royalty at the Mutton Bustin’ event and at the three PCRA Rodeo Performances.  The Cave Creek Rodeo Days Princess’s also support events through-out the year in the Town of Cave Creek.

Cave Creek Rodeo Days Princess Program is designed to teach young cowgirls between 6 and 12 years old how to be a good role model, spokeswoman and friend to all while promoting the sport of rodeo and the western way of life.  This is the first step in the progression from Princess . . . to Teen Queen . . .to Rodeo Queen!

This program recognizes several attributes:  sportsmanship, personality, public speaking and appearance.  The girls will learn how to act, speak, and dress accordingly while out in the public eye.  As the first step in the progression to Queen the girls will learn each of the attributes in an appropriate way, allowing them to develop the skills needed to be highly successful throughout the program in a safe and fun environment.



 For more information about our Royalty visit the link below:

Royalty Information

Past Royalty