SCQHYA 2018 Officers





Sarah Beth Felker

2018 President

Sarah Beth has many AQHA, APHA and PtHA accomplishments. Watch for Sarah Beth showing these horses at AQHA, APHA & PtHA shows in 2018.

Just to name a few:

  • 2017 AjPHA World Champion Novice Youth Western Pleasure 14-18 and Top 10 Youth WP 14-18 with Colorfully Hot
  • 2017 Pinto Reserve World Champion Youth Ranch Riding and Youth Halter Geldings with Suddenly Buck Naked
  • 2017 Pinto World Top 5 Youth Hunter Under Saddle with Two Irons Up.

Austin Layer

2018 Vice President

Austin Layer and her horse, Best N The House, will be representing SCQHYA at the all American Quarter Horse Congress in NYATT Horsemanship. This new team will also be competing in Novice 14-18 Western Pleasure and Youth 15-18 Horsemanship. “House” and Austin are under the guidance of CrossRidge Ranch (Brad & Terri Layer, her parents) and Clint Ainsworth Show Horses.

Austin’s Accomplishments:

  • AQHA Championship
  • Superior in Halter
  • 2017- 11th place in 12-14 Equitation at the Congress
  • 2015,2017 SCQHYA Youth All Around Champion
  • Over 260 AQHA points
  • Qualified for Youth World last 6 years

Sarah Prynne

2018 Reporter

Sarah was the SCQHA youth reining champion for 2015, 2016, and 2017. She has also won a Youth All Around award in 2017.

SCQHYA congratulates Sarah on her accomplishments and will support her in the reining pen and her All-Around classes.

Alexis Potts

2018 Secretary

Alexis Potts is showing Jet Set Invitation at the 2018 All American Quarter Horse Congress, a 2005 bay mare aka “Jessie”. They will show in NYATT Showmanship and will also be showing at the Congress in all-around 12-14 events as well as L1 13 and under. Alexis currently rides at home with her parents, TR and Christine Potts and gets instruction at shows from Clint Ainsworth.

Alexis is currently in 8th grade, is in the Beta Club and is a pitcher for her softball team. She also enjoys swimming, selling slime through her Etsy shop and hanging with her friends. Her dream is to ride for The University of South Carolina on the equestrian team someday.