Presenting Our 2017 WPtHA Royalty
2017 Miss Wisconsin Pinto Queen Marty Cash
Marty is a 17-year-old junior at Germantown High School in Germantown, WI and the daughter of Sue and Steve Cash. Her favorite subjects include psychology and working as her teacher’s assistant in the special education department. She is also involved in both Spanish National Honors Society and National Honors Society at school, and loves to help others in any way she can. She is very interested in volunteering at a therapeutic riding clinic since it has been a dream of hers for a while now to pursue a career in riding hippotherapy. She is also considering helping out with the Equine Special Olympics this summer. In her spare time, her favorite place to be is at the barn with her Pinto, Tys General Lee (aka Ty) and hanging out with all my horse friends. She is busy preparing to attend the Pinto World Show in June; they have been practicing harder than ever and she can’t wait to see what’s in store for them this year! She is very honored to be chosen as WPtHA Queen and hopes to make Wisconsin proud as she represents them this year and in Tulsa!
2017 WPtHA Jr. Queen Autumn Nelson
This year will be Autumn’s fourth year of being involved in Wisconsin Pinto. She has four Pinto horses registered—three miniature horses, Another Lucky Night (Lucky), Austin's Little Lightning Bolt (Lightning), and her newly adopted miniature Pinto, Joker, and a Utility Pinto, Prince's Pretty Black Diamond (Maddie). Throughout this year she will mainly be showing Lucky at the shows. She is a sophomore at Sun Prairie High School in Sun Prairie, WI and the daughter of Heather and Ray Nelson and lives in Columbus, WI. Her favorite subjects in school this year are U.S. History, Choir, and Gym! She is involved in many other activities outside of WPtHA such as 4-H and volunteering and community service work. Her favorite class Wisconsin Pinto has to offer would definitely be the miniature horse color halter class! One of the main reasons she loves being involved in Wisconsin Pinto is that we are one giant family! No matter the win or the loss, at the end of the day everyone has a smile on their face and is supporting their other fellow Pinto lovers and coming together to celebrate another great weekend together. This year as the WPtHA Jr. Queen, her goal is to continue to promote our charter and get more people involved, as well as get to know everyone! She is extremely excited for this upcoming show season because she gets to show yet another year in WPtHA, 4-H, open shows, and even make her way down to the World Show with Lucky!
Alexis Daugird is 13 years old, a 7th grader at Waunakee Middle School and her parents are Mike and Staci Daugird. In 2016, she showed her triple-registered horse, Red Hot And Soxy, in 3 breed circuits and competed at Open Shows and earned several Year-End High Point and Reserve Champion awards in Wisconsin from WPtHA, WPHC, WQHA, and the WHC Championship Challenge. At the 2016 Color Breed Congress, she showed Imapineinvestment and took home medals in all of her classes, including a win in Showmanship and 2 Reserve Champions in English. She has a 4.1 GPA and am involved in Student Council and Choir and also rides on the Waunakee Middle School Equestrian Team, where she won several classes at the WIHA District 2 Show with the horse IE Mellow. In addition to showing dogs and horses, she also participates in many community service events through 4-H and with other animal and children’s charities. Believing strongly in the power of the human-pet connection and its’ affects on healing, her family has a Pet Partners Therapy Dog named Disney who visits hospitals, schools, and does a reading program for the local library. Alexis assists with Disney and is taking the lead on training her new Pomeranian puppy, Dalton, for a future in therapy work. She is excited for the WPtHA show season to begin and will be making my first trip to Pinto Worlds in June. "I am honored to have been chosen to be the Pinto Princess and look forward to making many new friends this year while helping to make 2017 the most amazing year yet for WPtHA."
Wisconsin Pinto has enjoyed a long history of young people who have proudly represented WPtHA as our Royalty. For those youth who are interested in carrying on this tradition, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for complete rules and competition procedures.
Past Wisconsin Pinto Royalty:
2016 Queen—Joelle Laufer; Jr. Queen—Marty Cash; Princess—Autumn Nelson
2015 Queen—Joelle Laufer; Princess—Marty Cash
2014 Queen—Karisa Clark
2012 Queen—Ashley Devito; Junior Queen—Kaitlyn O’Connor; Princess—Katie Kramer
2011 Queen—Sarina Miller; Junior Queen—Kathryn Bohmann; Princess—Jenna DePino
2010 Queen—Sarina Miller; Junior Queen—Kathryn Bohmann
2009 Queen—Haley Hyames
2008 Queen—Christa Lockwood; Princesses—Courtney Zima & Sabina Thies;
Junior Princess—Karisa Clark
2007 Queen—Lauren Watson
2006 Queen—Lauren Watson
2005 Queen—Cailea Showers
2003 Queen—Melissa Crutchfield; Princess—Audra Nett
2002 Queen—Bernadette Eckstein; Princess—Alexa Averial; Junior Princess—Audra Nett
2001 Queen—Bernadette Eckstein; Princess—Amy Huettl; Junior Princess—Samantha Lueck;
1999 Queen—Amanda Wollschlager; Princess—Samantha Driessens; Junior Princess—Samantha Lueck;
Duke—Ryan Overton; Sweetheart—Aimee Overton
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