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Germantown Charity Horse Show Royal Ball


Outgoing 2013 Queen Cameron Marie Kawell passes the crown to 2014 GCHS Queen Julia Alexandera Livesay

Queen Julia Alexander Livesay dances with her father Dr. Christian Livesay

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It isn’t exactly like Downton Abbey, where the Prince of Wales shows up unexpectedly at the ball to start the dancing with debutante Lady Rose, but the first dance of the Germantown Charity Horse Show Queen with her dad is a special moment at every year’s Germantown Charity Horse Show (GCHS) Royal Ball. The annual debutante ball for the horse show crowd was held March 7, 2014 at Woodland Hills in Cordova, TN. The royalty, all dressed in white formal gowns, were presented at the dinner-dance by their fathers and their escorts.

This year’s Germantown Charity Horse Show will be June 3-7, 2014 at the Germantown Charity Horse Show arena in Germantown, TN.

The 2014 GCHS Queen is Julia Alexandra Livesay, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Howard Livesay.
The 2014 Princesses are:

Mary Margaret Anderson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Benjamin Anderson, representing Le Bonheur Club
Lillian Scott Burrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Isom Burrow, III, representing Suburban Garden Club
Ciscily Blythe Crislip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Buck Crislip, representing Longreen Foxhounds
Rosemary Virginia Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Allen Dunn, representing Echo Foundation
Emma Claire Efkeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward John Efkeman, representing Kimbrough Woods Home and Garden
Emily O’Neal Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Edward Green, representing West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association
Audrey Grace Hanisco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Collins Hanisco, representing English Meadows Neighborhood Association
Mary Margaret Hyde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliver Hyde, Jr., representing Germantown Women’s Club
Lana Rebecca Kabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Anthony Kabel, representing Oak View Stables
Maria Renee Kramer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rhett Kramer, representing Autumn Chase Farm
McKenzie Grace Maness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fallon Maness, Sr., representing Heritage Woman’s Club
Shannon Kathleen McGowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sean McGowan, representing Nashoba Carriage Association
Chandler-Grace Lynn Michael, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Lynn Michael, representing Germantown Arts Alliance
Karson Michelle Nelson, daughter of Mr. James E. Nelson and Mrs. Mary Katherine Oswald Teeter, representing Poplar Estates Garden Club
Alanna Marie Oliphant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Mathis Oliphant, representing Les Passees
Stephanie Ann Perotti, daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Patrick Pierotti and Mrs. Jennifer Pierotti, representing Junior League of Memphis
Michaela Marie Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul George Preston, representing MegFord Horse Shows
Carter Hall Rice, daughter of Mr. Walter Lowe Rice, III and Mrs. Elizabeth Grinter Clifton, representing Mid-South Dressage Academy
Leta Andrea Rowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Andrew Rowan, representing West Tennessee Pony Club
Heather Elizabeth Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pope Walters, Jr., representing Germantown Lions Club
Hannah Marie Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Williams, representing Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Additional info:
Rosemary Dunn volunteers for the therapeutic riding program at Trinity Farm ( and is a senior at St. Mary’s Episcopal School. ECHO (Equine Communication Helping Others) supports equine activities such as riding lessons (typical and therapeutic), horse camps, clinics and shows. The Foundation enables individuals to experience the full breadth of horsemanship education, training, careers and skills building who could not otherwise afford to do so. ECHO supports the integration of therapeutic and typical riders in lesson programs, shows, camps, clinics and other equine facilitated activities.

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