CSHA ROYALTY

 


2012 Regional Royalty

2011 Royalty


Past Royalty

2012 Activities

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2012 State Royalty


Miss CSHA Bobbi Jo Criner


Miss CSHA 2012

Bobbie Jo Criner


Jr. Miss Jessica Croxon


Jr Miss CSHA 2012

Jessica Croxson



Little Miss CSHA 2012
Samantha Fox


CSHA Ambassador Samuel Cunningham

CSHA Ambassador 2012

Samuel Cunningham




CSHA Jr. Ambassador 2012

not awarded


CSHA Little Ambassador David Jones

CSHA Little Ambassador 2012

David Jones III






Every year CSHA offers a wonderful opportunity for girls and boys from throughout California to compete for the title of:
Little Miss CSHA (girls 6 to 10)
Junior Miss CSHA (girls 11 to 13)
Miss CSHA (girls 14 to 17)
Little CSHA Ambassador (boys 6 to 10)
Junior CSHA Ambassador (boys 11 to 13)
CSHA Ambassador (boys 14 to 17)

Official Entry Form & Riding Pattern

Most CSHA Regions offer the Royalty Program, and the winners at the Regional level qualify to compete for their respective state title.

Miss CSHAs and CSHA Ambassadors and their courts are crowned at the state competition and their reign begins at that time. Miss CSHAs and CSHA Ambassadors are invited to attend the Annual Horse Show (s), Show of Champions, Day at the Races, Night at the Cow Palace, Championship Parade and the Annual Convention. Also Royalty may be invited to other appropriate functions through the Royalty Chairperson and/or Royalty Events Coordinator.
Miss CSHAs receives a tiara, buckle and sash as well as some perpetual awards, which may consist of a hat crown, sash pin/concho and trophy. The First and Second Princesses each receive a tiara and sash. CSHA Ambassadors receive a engraved hatband and a trophy jacket.
In addition to these awards, Junior and Senior Miss CSHAs and Ambassadors each receive a scholarship at the state level (there are no scholarships at the present time for the Little program).
The Little Miss CSHA and Little CSHA Ambassador program is designed to introduce younger children to CSHA and to our Royalty Program. There are four compulsory phases of competition, which are each geared to the younger age group. Riding (walk/jog pattern), written test (test readers are allowed), speech (1 to 2 minutes) and interview.