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GCHS Queen’s Ball


After two years of having the cancel and then reschedule the Germantown Charity Horse Show (GCHS) Queen’s Ball, the spring debutante ball was back for 2022 at the Hilton Inn, Memphis on March 26, 2022. The 2022 Queen Miss Kiersten Alexis Sudlow was presented along with her Royal Court.  Four members from Opera Memphis sang “The Way You Look To-night” as Queen Kiersten was escorted to the stage by her father Charles “Chad” Sudlow.

After the presentation of the Royal Court, tributes to the Queen and the Queen’s remarks, dinner was served. After dinner, the first ones to the dance floor were Queen Kiersten and her dad Chad for the first “father daughter” dance. Later, when everyone else hit the dance floor, the band Thumpdaddy had everybody in the swing of things. Judging from the length of the conga line to the number of princesses and their escorts who ventured to the stage to dance, everyone was having a great time.

The 2022 Princesses are (in alphabetical order):
Miss Emme Hope Ballard, representing Germantown Lion’s Club
Miss Avery Reece Barber, representing Autumn Chase Farm
Miss Charlotte Marie Blondis, representing Hunters Edge Stables
Miss Madison Reese Carey, representing Heritage Women’s Club
Miss Alexandra Jeannine Clark, representing Nashoba Carriage Association
Miss Julia Grace Cutchin, representing Mid-South Interscholastic Equestrian Association
Miss Ava Reese Dlabach, representing Ashley Fant Show Stables
Miss Genevieve Lorentz Geno, representing Suburban Garden Club
Miss Chandler Perrin Harrison, representing Pegasus of Germantown
Miss Emma Paz Henager, representing Oak Grove Hunt Club
Miss Clara Lynn Hickerson, representing Saddles N Such
Miss Anna Leigh Vivian Jenkins, representing Germantown Women’s Club
Miss Shea Sylvia Kiersky, representing WarHorses for Heroes
Miss Avery Rose Kilpatrick, representing Porter-Leath
Miss Madison Diane Lovelace, representing Krewe of Sphinx
Miss Betsy Miller Makinster, representing Les Passes
Miss Mary Christian Matthews, representing Homer Skelton Ford
Miss Brittany Marchant Mims, representing Germantown Chamber of Commerce
Miss Ruby Esther Nahmias, representing Mid-South Interscholastic Equestrian Association
Miss Gracey Kate Owens, representing Kiwanis Club of Germantown
Miss Georgia Christine Sink, representing Kimbrough Farms Homeowners Association
Miss Ella Love Straub, representing Oak View Stables
Miss Sarah Calder Trotz, representing Spring Mill Farm
Miss Abby Grace Verneuille, representing Germantown Women’s Club
Miss Abigail Nicole Vincent, representing Hunters Edge Stables
Miss Lily Ruth Wells, representing ExEL Horse Shows
Miss Lauren Virginia White, representing West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association

The Germantown Charity Horse Show is scheduled for June 7-11, 2022.

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