WSQHA Chooses a New Emerald Queen

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Meet 15-Year-Old Ashley Davidson


Queen Ashley. Photo credit WSQHA



WSQHA is pleased to announce that Ashley Davidson, age 15,  has been named Emerald Queen. Presentation and crowning took place during the evening festivities prior to the Emerald Master’s Futurity event at the Monroe, WA fairgrounds.

Ashley Davidson is a 15-year-old sophomore from Burbank, WA.  She has been a member of WSQHA for 9 years. When Ashley is not riding her horses, George, Rosa or Mindy, she can be found playing volleyball, dancing tap, ballet and jazz or riding her pet jersey cow named Apple.  She is a member of 4-H, an honor-roll student and is vice president for the sophomore class.

Ashley loves to ride and show her horse Heza Guilty Pleasure aka: George.  Her favorite classes are horsemanship and western pleasure.  She is excited to represent WSQHA as queen and is looking forward to meeting people across the state and making new friends by spreading awareness of WSQHA. She is very grateful for her parents and grandparents support.

As WSQHA Ambassador, Ashley’s duties will include outreach, interaction and support to the equine community at various events throughout the state.  She will also provide awareness and promotion of the Washington State Quarter Horse Association and its affiliate youth association.  The Emerald Queen receives a $500.00 scholarship sponsored by the WSQHA along with prizes sponsored by supporters. This year the WSQHA also selected two princesses to the royal court: Graysen Stroud, age 16, and Kelsiana Marshall.  Each princess will receive a $100.00 scholarship.  For more information on the queen and court visit


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