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Hot Girl a Day in the Month of May: Tara Vreeland

Since today is Tulsa Tuesday, we figured we’d stay on the Tulsa theme and write about a hot girl from Tulsa.  Today we write about Tara Vreeland, a weekend reporter and anchor for KOTV Channel 6. Tara first caught our eye when she auctioned herself off to the highest bidder in a singles auction, but since then, we’ve learned more about her.  From her News on 6 bio:

Growing up in Wyoming, Tara has a special place in her heart for the sport of rodeo and Cheyenne Frontier Days.  Tara attended high school in Highlands Ranch, Colorado but spent her summers back in Wyoming traveling and promoting Cheyenne Frontier Days as a member of the equestrian drill team, the Dandies, that serves as goodwill ambassadors.

Tara’s little-girl dreams came true when she was crowned rodeo royalty, Lady-in-Waiting 2003 and Miss Frontier 2004.

When not working, Tara loves spending her free time with her partner in crime, Echo, her Quarter Horse.  She also enjoys working out, reading, baking and cheering on her Colorado State Rams.

Wow.  That kind of weirds me out.  You may not know this about me, but I own several quarter horses.  I keep them at The Lost Ogle Ranch, which is located near the Oklahoma Horseshoeing School South Campus on fertile untapped oil land.  Oddly enough, my favorite stallion’s name is ECHO Echo echo.

Anyway, I guess that’s just a weird coincidence, kind of like how I also like to read, bake and uh, cheer on the Colorado State Rams.  Other than that, and the fact that I used to be a professional rodeo cowboy, I doubt we have anything in common.

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    • “Professional Radio Cowboy” is actually what it says on his business card from The Spy. Mine are slightly more honset. They simply say, “Chad – Sidekick/Engineer/Non-Music-Chooser”

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