Miss Darcy Woods



2020 – 2021 Queen Sponsor List

Lux Looks Show Clothes

Aitchinson Show Horses

Lindsey Grice

The Rider

Jenna Woodley

Leader Products

Tribute Equine Nutrition

Young Signs

JM Quarter Horses

Wecan Sales

The Horse Limo

Kelsie Kathleen Photo and Cinema


Perfect Profile

Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals

Best Get Your Wallet and Hotti in the House

Powr brand show pads

Budsons Provisions for Country Living

Equine Solutions Ontario

Jan and Risty Schmidt 


Eastern Ontario Quarter Horse Association

Area 3

Area 1

Area 2


Marianne Ramey

The Drummond Family

Sherrill Tisdale

Suzy Glabb

Autumn Miller

Christine St. Jean 

Rick Fleetwood and Robyn Storey – Rick Fleetwood Show Horses

Sandra Duhamel


The 2022 OQHA Queen Contest crowning will be hosted by the Ontario Quarter Horse Association in January 20202at the Ontario Quarter Horse Association AGM/ Awards Banquet. Ontario is always looking for exceptional candidates who are members of the Ontario Quarter Horse Association between 18 to 25 years of age to apply for the next year's queen contest.

The deadline for applications to be received is December 15th. The application form, the contract and the horsemanship pattern are available below. 
A 250 word minimum essay must accompany your application, detailing your community service involvement, any past volunteer experience with OQHA, honors, and offices held. Please include your personal statement as to why you would like to represent Ontario as the next OQHA Queen with an 8×10 high resolution picture of yourself.

All Contestants will partake in a written test (knowledge of the OQHA By-laws and Constitution and the current AQHA rule book). An oral interview will be conducted by a panel of judges, elaborating on the candidates’ application. Poise and personality will also be considered; and finally, the Horsemanship video of a pre-set pattern submitted with the application on a hard copy DVD, will be scored by an AQHA judge. The contestant does not have to ride her own horse, but must use a registered Quarter Horse.

If you are considering applying, please contact Jenna Woodley.   Ontario has been so well represented in the past and we would love to continue that tradition! The Congress Queen Contest is a 54-year-old tradition. The All American Quarter Horse Congress crowns an accomplished horsewoman each year to represent OQHA, AQHA and the horse industry as a whole. Rich in history, the Congress Queen has been crowned at the All American Quarter Horse Congress since the 2nd year in 1968. The Queen is the Official First Lady and spokeswoman of the Congress. As Congress Queen, she exemplifies beauty, grace, intelligence and horsemanship, all while living and promoting the western way of life!


 Queens Application Packet

Queens Pattern

Past OQHA Queens

2021 & 2020 - Darcy Woods; Congress Queen 2021
2019 - Heidi Nelson
2017 & 2018 - Tiana Domingoes
2014 & 2015 - Mallory McKewen
2013 - Kerrie-Lynn Webb
2012 - Tausha Hellyer
2011 - Jenna Woodley
2010 - Lindsay Allen
2009 - Ashley Cook; Congress Queen 2009

Former OQHA Queens, if you would like your photo featured here, please send to oqhasherrill@gmail.com