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Miss Horse Capital pageant winners named

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Several young women received top honors in the Miss Horse Capital of the World/Miss Tops in Lexington pageant Oct. 24 in Lexington. The winners and their titles are:

▪ Lydia Allen, 20, daughter of Ria and Scott Allen of Covington, was crowned Miss Horse Capital of the World. Lydia is majoring in psychology and communications at Georgetown College. She will compete in Miss Kentucky Scholarship pageant July 2 in Lexington at the Singletary Center for the Arts.

▪ Allyson Ledford, 18, daughter of Kathi and Charles Ledford of Winchester, was crowned Miss Tops in Lexington. Allyson attends the University of Kentucky. She will also compete July 2 in the Miss Kentucky Scholarship pageant.

▪ Chapel Tinius, 15, daughter of Dana and Jim Tinius of Bowling Green, was crowned Horse Capital of the World Outstanding Teen. Chapel attends Bowling Green High School. She will compete in the Miss Kentucky Outstanding Teen pageant in June in Elizabethtown.

▪ Joanna Clark, 14, daughter of Meredith and Wesley Clark of Lexington, was crowned Tops in Lexington Outstanding Teen. Joanna attends Lexington Latin School. She will compete in the Miss Kentucky Outstanding Teen pageant.

▪ Abigail Quammen, 16, daughter of Charline and Jeff Quammen of Frankfort, was crowned Thoroughbred Country Outstanding Teen. Abigail is a student at Lexington Catholic High School. She will compete in the Miss Kentucky Outstanding Teen pageant.

▪ Carlie Mathews, 12, daughter of Rachel and Bedford Mathews of Lexington, was crowned Horse Capital of the World Pre-teen. Carlie is a student in the Spanish Immersion Program at Bryan Station Middle School. Carlie will compete in the Miss Kentucky Little Miss/Preteen Miss pageant in June.

▪ Jenna Evans, 10, daughter of Jenny and Brian Evans of West Liberty, was crowned Tops in Lexington Pre-teen. Jenna is a student at Morgan Central Elementary. Jenna will compete in the Miss Kentucky Little Miss/Preteen pageant.

▪ Harper Johnson, 9, daughter of Stephanie and Paul Johnson of Campbellsville, was crowned Horse Capital of the World Petite Preteen. Harper is a student at Taylor County Elementary. Harper will compete in the Miss Kentucky Little Miss/Preteen pageant.

▪ Kylee Steffen, 8, daughter of Amber and Rodney Perkins and Phillip Steffen of Owenton, was crowned Tops in Lexington Little Miss. Kylee is a student at Owen County Elementary.

▪ Addelyn Moody, 7, daughter of Haylee and Chad Moody of Nicholasville, was crowned Horse Capital of the World Little Miss. Addelyn is a student at Wilmore Elementary.

▪ Bella Davidson, 5, daughter of Cassie and Dwayne of Lexington, was crowned Horse Capital of the World Little Tiny Miss. Bella is a student at Lexington Christian Academy.

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