Royalty for 2011
This page is dedicated to the Youth of Lazy Anchor Saddle Club
2011 Royalty Pageant
Each contestant came attired in their riding colors representing the song they rode to and their horses wore the matching colors scheme which completed the ensemble. Each girl rode to her favorite song for 3 minutes. They were judged in categories consisting of horsemanship knowledge, poise and confidence, modeling and personality
Our judges for the 2011 Queen and Court were Susan Hudgeons and her daughter Nacona
Many thanks to the judges for sharing their time with LASC as we introduce our new Lazy Anchor Saddle Club Queen and her court
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2011 QUEEN AND COURT
2011 LASC QUEEN
Brianna Wilson rode her horse Cobalt and won Queen
I'm Brianna Wilson, and I've been riding for a few years now. Horse riding is my life and barrel racing is my passion. My horses is Cobalt, and I've owned him for around three years.I hope to go to college to become a vet, and I'm currently in the ninth grade, making A/B Honor Roll. I am homeschooled and love it. I attend church at 'River Of Life Youth' and I'm starting to get involved in the youth. I'm also running in NBHA this year again, and hope to continue.
2011 LASC PRINCESS
Jordan Rice rode her horse Jazz and won Princess
My name is Jordan Rice, I'm 11 years old. I am homeschooled and in the 6th grade. I began riding in English in 2003 and in 2004 I placed as Reserve Champion. I am a member of AQHA and NBHA. I attend Circle Cross Cowboy Church. I have two horses; Jazz, an American Quarter Horse and Nicomus, "Nikko", an Appaloosa. In 2010, I was the LASC Buckaroo Princess
2011 LASC PRINCESS
Shauna McCauley rode Zip's Wish (aka Fancy) and won Princess
My name is Shauna McCauley, I am one of the princess’s for Lazy Anchor Saddle Club. I am fifteen years old and am a high school sophomore at Fayette Academy where I am a member of the FCA (fellowship of Christian athletes). Next year I will be attending Rossville Christian Academy. One of my major hobbies outside of horseback riding is singing. Last year I was selected to perform with the All Southwest Tennessee Jr. High Honor Choir, and this year I have participated in the Sr. high honor choir. I’ve been riding for about seven years but this is my first year competing at Lazy Anchor. I have in the past, however, shown my horse, Fancy, in AQHA and plan to begin showing her with ARHA (American Ranch Horse Association) this spring and over the coming year. I look forward to all of the opportunities that Lazy Anchor Saddle Club will offer me. My parents and I are from Oakland and are new members.
We are proud of our new LASC Queen and her Court and they look forward to the start of the 2011 LASC season!!!