The Calgary Stampede Royalty consists of the First Nations Princess and Stampede Princess. Each year the reigning Royals attend hundreds of community and Stampede events as ambassadors of the Calgary Stampede, sharing and celebrating Stampede’s western heritage, cultures and community spirit locally and around the world.

In these roles, the Royalty not only serve their community, but also benefit from professional and personal development as members of these programs. They receive support from their dedicated committees to help uphold their responsibilities and achieve their personal goals during their terms; receive expert coaching and mentorship in a variety of fields, like public speaking and horsemanship; and find belonging in a community committed to making a difference and having fun while doing it.

2023 Calgary Stampede Princess

Sarah Lambros

Sarah Lambros is from Springbank, Alberta. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Geophysics and Geology and working as a math and science Tutor. Growing up, Sarah was a dedicated Irish dancer, competing up to the international level. She began riding horses as a young girl and has experience in both Western and English disciplines. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys rock climbing, sewing, riding, and various activities in the mountains. Sarah believes that expressing your genuine self will always lead you down the right path and hopes to share this with others during her reign.

2023 Calgary Stampede First nations Princess

The 2023 First Nations Princess will be crowned on Sunday, November 27, 2022.

2022 Calgary Stampede Royalty

Sikapinakii Low Horn

Sikapinakii Low Horn is a 26-year-old Traditional dancer from the Siksika Nation. Her goal is to be a role model and utilize her platform by telling stories of her people, her family, the land, and the history of Treaty 7. Sikapinakii is currently attending the University of Calgary as a Fine Arts graduate student.

Jenna Peters

Jenna Peters works in the energy industry and in her spare time enjoys competing in Cowboy Challenge events, trail riding, volleyball, hiking and fishing. As a former Stampede Showrider, Peters feels that her involvement in the Calgary Stampede as a youth helped shape her into who she is today. She is excited to inspire others through her role as the 2022 Stampede Princess and feels this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.