The Michigan Quarter Horse Association is pleased to announce our 2019 MQHA Queen, Miss Katelyn Clapp. Katelyn is the 24 year old daughter of Kimberly and Thomas Clapp, of Southgate Mi. Congratulations to Katelyn, who was crowned at the Easter EggStravanganza show in April.
The MQHA crowned Princess Myah Chaput and Junior Princess Quinlan Bogue at the Harbor Classic show in July.
Did you know…
Michigan has had more queens go on to win the Congress Queen Competition than any other state!
Interested in becoming our Next MQHA Queen?
We are looking for young ladies between the ages of 18-25 years old to represent the MQHA in 2020. Watch the website for information regarding the 2020 contest!
Interested in becoming our Next MQHA Princess?
The MQHA Princess Contest is held annually at the Harbor Classic. The Princess division is for girls ages 9-13, and the Junior Princess is for girls 4-8 years old. The Princess contest includes a Horsemanship pattern using a stick horse. If you have a stick horse, it is recommended that you bring it, but there will be a stick horse available if you do not have one. This will be graded on the correctness and execution of the pattern. The candidates will also be interviewed by a panel of three judges. These questions will be age appropriate, and the girls will be graded on the answers to the questions, their ability to communicate their thoughts and their attire.Princess Application
- 2018 – Lauren Barnes
- 2017 – Morgan McCarthy Warda
- 2016, 2015 – Andrea Armbruster
- 2014 – Minae Zomer
Past Princesses & Junior Princesses
- 2018 – Ava Hathaway, Princess
- 2018 – Callie Giffin, Junior Princess
- 2017 – Brooklyn Bracy, Princess
- 2017 – Braelyn Bunting, Junior Princess
- 2016 – Ashley Rytman, Princess
- 2016 – Dana Moody, Junior Princess