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Ingram’s Mill Saddle Club 2022 Royalty Pageant


2022/04/09


Linda Wages, Awe Chute Photography & Lara Atchison, Today’s Memories Photography

Photo of Hadley Rorie by Linda Wages, Awe Chute Photography. Weedoie and Stone Rorie are her parents.
By Madeline Murphree, Treasurer

The Ingram’s Mill Saddle Club Royalty Pageant is an annual event. This year’s pageant was held on Sunday March 13, 2022, beginning with judged horsemanship at Rollingwoods Farm in Olive Branch, Miss., and concluding with modeling interviews and coronation at Thistledome and Carriage House Coffee in Byhalia, Miss. Judges were Joanna Tatum, Michelle Braden, and Candace Jones. Pageant Directors were Madeline Murphree and Morganna Fisher.

2022 Ingram’s Mill Saddle Club Royalty Court:
Queen Lauren Lewis
Queen 1st Alternate Gracie Suggs
Queen 2nd Alternate Taylor Atchison
Princess Tatum Atchison
Princess 1st Alternate Avery Holt
Princess 2nd Alternate Sawyer Bolton
Sweetheart Eva Moore
Sweetheart 1st Alternate Ashlan Adair
Sweetheart 2nd Alternate Hadley Rorie (not pictured)
2021 crowning Princess Mabry Moore

See more of Lara Atchison’s photos from this year’s Royalty Pageant on facebook: Ingrams Mill Saddle Club and Linda
Wages photos on Smugmug at Awe Chute Photography: https://awechute.smugmug.com/IMSC-Pageant-31322/
About the venues: Rollingwoods Farm is home to the Rollingwoods Welsh ponies that have been successful in halter, hunters, dressage, and driving disciplines. The farm is owned by the sisters Dr. Ruth Wilburn, DVM, Joanna Wilburn, and Sally Ross Davis.

Thistledome, at 118 Hwy. 309 S., is the only remaining antebellum residence in Byhalia, Miss. It was built in 1840 by Joseph Chambers, the District Attorney for Marshall County. In 1900, the house was purchased by E.B. Horn, who turned the house to face north, rather than east, and redesigned it in the neoclassical architectural style. In 1938, the house was purchased by the McAuley Family, who dubbed it Thistledome. In 2012, Jill and Todd Maxwell acquired the home and turned it into a restaurant.
 

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