Evon Timmons is the 17-year-old daughter of Debi and Roger Timmons of Marsing, Idaho. Evon is a senior at Marsing High School, with a 4.0 GPA. Very involved in FFA, Evon is currently chapter vice president and serves as the Boise Valley District Reporter. She has also competed multiple times at the National FFA Convention.
Evon is the Zone 1 national director of the American Junior Paint Horse Association. She shows her gelding, Don't Bug The Colonel, in APHA and Gem State Stock Horse Association shows. When she's not showing horses or competing in FFA, Evon plays high school basketball and volunteers for community projects to help senior citizens.
Nicole Miracle is the 15-year-old daughter of Vonda and Ralph Miracle of London, Kentucky. Nicole was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 5, but she's never let it slow her down. She is part of Cowboy Up For Christ, an organization that uses horses to bring underprivileged kids closer to God.
Nicole serves as sentinel for the South Laurel High School FFA chapter, where she just completed her sophomore year. Nicole, shoe is an avid barrel racer, tries to encourage everyone to follow their dreams, no matter the obstacles.
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