NJQHA Queen 

Past NJQHA Queen, Lindsay Medio, pictured with the 23021 NJQHA Queen, Claudia Morgan.  (L to R)

Congratulations to Claudia Morgan, the 2021 NJQHA Queen!!

After riding the required horsemanship pattern Friday afternoon, the 2021 NJQHA Queen was crowned on Saturday at the NJ QH Youth Show. Congratulations to Claudia Morgan who was crowned by her good friend and past NJQHA queen, Lindsey Medio. Queen Claudia will now direct her efforts to prepare for the All-American QH Congress Queen Contest in October.

 

The Adult Leadline Class was HUGE Success!

 

Champion: Patricia Cosentio, was the winner of the Adult Leadline Fun Class,  aboard Invitemetobe Radical with her daughter Nicholette Occhifinto at the lead. They are pictured with Queen Claudia Morgan and two of the special assistant judges, Haddie & Harrison.

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Queen Claudia Morgan hosted a special fun class Saturday evening at the NJ QH Youth Show, Adult Leadline. The entry fees collected were divided between the winner, NJQHA Queen Program and NJQHYA. When the gate closed, the arena was filled with 25 horse, hander, and rider combinations! Our volunteer guest judge Lora Knelly Thomas and her helper assistants - Harrison, Haddie and Natalie had quite a time evaluating each rider. When the placings were finally tallied, Patricia Cosentio aboard Invitemetobe Radical lead by Nicholette Occhifinto claimed the Champion title. 

Interested in Learning more about the New Jersey Quarter Horse Association's Queen Title?

 

Check back later for details on the 2022 Queen application and rules.  A queen will serve a one-year term, where they positively represent both the NJQHA and the AQHA organizations. After fulfilling the requirements and earning the NJ crown, a Queen may compete for the AQHA Queen title at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio.

Ready to start practicing? One of the qualifications is competing in the Queen's Horsemanship. Click here to see the 2020 Horsemanship Pattern. 

Queen Claudia Morgan waiting to perform her horsemanship pattern at the NJQH Youth Show.

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