Sisters Rodeo Queen

Sponsored by: Dixie’s Western Wear
Ashley Kendall Photography


From mountains to mountains! The Swiss Alps of Oregon, glacier made lakes and canyons deeper than the Grand Canyon, surround 20 year old Destiny Wecks home of Joseph, Oregon. Destiny was born and raised in the western way of life on a horse ranch. She is daughter to Jeffrey and Vixen Wecks, and younger sister to brother Jalyn. Destiny has always had her family as her number one supporters and they help her chase after the many dreams in and out of the rodeo world!

Destiny is a graduate from Enterprise High School and is currently furthering her education, pursuing an Associate’s Degree in Agriculture Business, at Treasure Valley Community College.

Like all little girls dream, Destiny’s became reality when she held her first rodeo queen title at the age of 6 as Miss Rodeo Oregon Sweetheart, and did not look back. 2015 she held the title of Jr Miss Rodeo Oregon, served as 2020-2021 Chief Joseph Days Rodeo Queen as well as Oregon High School Rodeo 1st Attendant in 2020-2021 and most recently held the title of the 2022 Miss Teen Rodeo Oregon.

When not queening, Destiny was active in FFA with her beef and swine and in 4H with her horse. With her horse she showed in multiple disciplines from English, jumping, dressage, to western, trail, western dressage, showmanship and all gaming events. Destiny was honored to achieve two 3-Step Dad Potter awards and winning a medallion at Oregon State Fair in English Dressage. Beyond that, she has won high points and all around awards with her swine and horse events.

When not in the show ring, she is in the rodeo arena. Destiny won the Jr Rodeo Senior Girls All Around title in 2020 by competing in goats, barrels, poles, break-away roping and her favorite event steer riding.

Destiny calls the rodeo family the best family! The Sister’s rodeo committee family is special and the journey to be a part of it and the community of Sisters has been unlike anything she has ever done. Rodeo and rodeo family have helped Destiny be instilled with the ethic of hard work, and molded with the family values of love thy neighbor and our history and country. From sponsors, vendors, volunteers, committees to contestants the sport of rodeo needs all to offer our western heritage and lifestyle to spectators of all ages and walks of life. 

In her boots, chaps and cowboy hat, Destiny is beyond honored to be the 2024 Queen of the Sisters Rodeo, the “Biggest Little Show in The World!”

Do not wait till June to get your tickets. Make sure to get them TODAY as we are sure to have sold out performances and all that will be left to buy will be tickets to the Red Rock Corral. So make sure you do not miss any action and Destiny will see you all there!!

The board is honored to award our Queen the Sally Leavitt Scholarship.

If you would like to schedule the Queen for an appearance at your event or a public speaking engagement please contact our Queen Advisor Aly Fazz at

Queen Sponsors:

We want to thank Dixie’s Western Wear for providing the Queen her wardrobe this rodeo season.    Ashley Kendall Photography for the Queen photo shoot and autograph sheets.

Photo credits to:

Danielle Nichole Photography

Queen Destiny Wecks
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