Have a dream to represent WSH across the State?

The Junior and Senior Queen or King is crowned at the Washington State Horsemen Convention in November each year. During their reign, they will serve as an ambassador and representative for Washington State Horsemen attending events across the State.

For more information and to obtain an application, please contact Royalty Court Coordinator Mary Jane Lowry: lowrymaryjane@yahoo.com and also refer to the Royalty Court Contestant Guide below.

The Washington State Horsemen Royalty Court Program is open to young men and women under the age of 25. WSH is offering great incentives and prizes to all who participate! Candidates need to obtain a minimum of $250 in sponsorships, additional prizes are available for those selling more than $250 in sponsorships.

A great opportunity for

Those preparing for college! This looks great on your application!
People interested in the Equestrian community!
Young Men and Women that want to make friends that share a common interest!
Anyone that likes to be in the spotlight!

Sanctioned by

Washington State Horsemen Divisions


Congratulations 2020 Washington State Horsemen Royalty Court!

Junior Queen

Honorary Royalty Court Member

Honorary Royalty Court Member

Past Title Holders:

2020 – McKinzi “Z” Tanner (Jr. Queen)
2019 – None
2017 – Emma McLaughlin (Sr. Queen)
2014 – Suzie Cairns (Sr. Queen)
2014 – Mikalah Marbach (Jr. Queen)
2013 – Erin Wieldraayer (Queen)
2012 – Sondra Edwards (Queen)
2011 – Sandra Spearman (Queen)
2010 – Kayla Ackley (Queen)
2009 – Alley Banks (Queen)
2008 – Jessica Dewey (Queen)