2022 PQHA Queen
Ensuring that the next generation of PQHA and AQHA is carried by its rich history and is led by energized,
innovative, and forward-looking individuals by investing in the development of the future of our industry: youth
and young adults.
Kylie Good was born and raised on a small horse farm in East Berlin, Pennsylvania. She is the daughter of Jeffrey and Denise Good. Her mother, Denise, introduced Kylie to her passion of riding and showing Quarter Horses. Denise placed Kylie on the back of a horse before she could even walk. She continues to show in western all-around events on her gelding, Maximum Invitation (Max), and shows her other gelding, Back On The Market (Myles), in hunter under saddle.
She is currently studying Supply Chain Operations Management at York College of Pennsylvania. Kylie spent her summer as an Operations Intern with DHL Supply Chain, the global leader in the logistics industry, working on continuous improvement initiatives. As she finishes her senior year this May, she is focused on mentoring the upcoming leaders of the Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM) Student Chapter as the President Emeritus, while also serving as the Director of Marketing in the Professional ASCM Lancaster-York Professional Chapter. Her career goal is to utilize her passion for leadership and supply chain management to transform and innovate critical supply chains around the globe while also taking part in strengthening the female presence in the male-dominated supply chain sector.
Over the years, Kylie has been actively involved in both PQHA and AQHA. She was the PQHYA Vice President for three consecutive years while also serving on the AQHYA Leadership Team 2016-2019. She served as a Region 5 Director in 2016 – 2017, and was elected as the AQHYA First Vice President for two consecutive years (2017-2019). She also served as the AQHYA Public Policy Chairwoman for two years as First Vice President and focused on educating youth on legislative issues affecting the equine industry. She has lobbied Congressmen and their staff in Washington D.C. on equine-related legislative issues on behalf of AQHYA. After transitioning into her amateur career, she had the opportunity to become the PQHA Youth Adviser where she has been able to share her experiences with the youth and encourage them to pursue the many opportunities available to them through their involvement in both PQHA and AQHA.
Competing for the All American Quarter Horse Congress Queen crown has been an aspiration of Kylie’s since she was a young girl. The Queen Competition was a highlight of every Congress growing up, inspiring her to pursue this dream of becoming Congress Queen today. While the shiny crowns and beautiful outfits ignited her dream to become Congress Queen as a young girl, the ability to be a voice for the equine industry, our breed, and the future of our industry is what inspires her today to compete for this prestigious title.
Kylie is honored to have the opportunity to compete for the crown one last time in 2022 representing her home state through the Pennsylvania Quarter Horse Association. In 2021, Kylie was the 1st Runner Up in the competition placing 6th in the Horsemanship, and 3rd in the Written
Exam and Interview portions of the competition. Kylie is focused on her preparations for the competition to bring home the coveted crown in October. As Kylie begins her last year representing Pennsylvania, here is what she has to say: “PQHA has shaped me into the young woman that I am today, and I can’t imagine representing any association other than the one I consider my family—PQHA. I cannot wait to make you all proud!”
You can contact Kylie Good at email@example.com .
Diamond Level Sponsors
Platinum Level Sponsors
Doug Rupert Quarter Horses
• Patti and Lester Spect Quarter Horses
Gold Level Sponsors
Ray Carmean Quarter Horses
Allie Hubbell Photography/ Kyle Hubbell Farrier
Silver Level Sponsors
• Emily Peters
Bronze Level Sponsors
• A E Photography
• Carla Weaver
• Cayce Miller
• Circle M Training
• Elite Sport Horse Therapy
The Grier School – Youth 14-18 HSM; 13 & Under HSM; Level 1 HSM; Youth Ranch Riding; Level 1 Youth Ranch Riding
Linda Hendricks – Youth 14 – 18 SMS, Youth 14-18 HUS, Performance Mares