Shayla Currin


Hello, my name is Shayla Currin, I am 19 years old and I live in Dayton Washington. I am a sophomore at Walla Walla Community College where I am pursuing a career in dental hygiene, while competing on the rodeo team.

My family has always been very involved in rodeo, ranching and farming. My parents, Tony and Kelli Currin, are both several time Columbia River Circuit Finals qualifiers along with National Finals Rodeo qualifiers. However, my rodeo career started in junior high when I qualified to go to Gallup, NM to compete at the Junior High National Finals Rodeo. I was fortunate enough to not only make the top twenty but also win the short go in the barrel racing. Since then I have been Washington State’s 3X Barrel Racing Champion, 4X Pole Bending Champion, All Around Cowgirl, Reserve All Around Cowgirl and Rookie All Around Cowgirl, along with qualifying for the National High School Rodeo Finals 4 times. Last year I college rodeoed in the Northwest Region and ended up Reserve Champion Barrel Racer allowing me to travel to Casper, WY to compete at the College National Finals Rodeo.

I have been very fortunate and blessed to have such an awesome support system and ride amazing horses. I owe all my success to them and all the glory to God. Outside of rodeo, something I have recently been getting more into is modeling.

My first experience modeling was when I was in Gillette, WY for the National High School Rodeo Finals. I was shopping at the trade show and one of the booths, Small Town Gypsy, asked if I would like to model for their boutique. I agreed and we had a little photo shoot there in Wyoming and it was a blast! Since then I have modeled for a family friend of ours, Whitney Knowles and her boutique, 26 Mile Collective along with Kim Kammenzind’s boutique, Nobody’s Girl. However I’m ready to take these modeling jobs and turn them into something more serious, and what better way to do just that than be associated with Kimes Ranch. I love what this brand stands for and the western foundation it was built around. Your apparel is not only usable, classy and thoughtfully made but also fashionable and trendy. My favorite jeans ever are Kimes Ranch’s Lola jeans. The mid rise, wash, trouser leg and inseam that these jeans come in are unbeatable! Not to mention they are so comfortable to wear and ride in.

This is just one pair of your guys jeans, I am also in love with all the others along with your shirts, sweatshirts and ball caps. If I am fortunate enough to be selected as a candidate and become the 2019 face of Kimes Ranch, I will represent and promote your business to the best of my ability. Models are the “image” of a company or business and the way they portray themselves is very important. I believe that models should be as pretty on the inside as they are on the outside. Good character and morals along with class is what makes a business stand out and I am ready to display these characteristics. Thank you for your time and consideration.