Equestrian Trails, Inc.
The Junior Ambassador Program has been in existence since 1955. Originally created for young ladies, in 1995, boys were extended the opportunity to participate in the program as well.
The program has helped girls and boys to grow into articulate and confident young people through their participation in the Ambassador Program.
The Junior Ambassador program is open to all ETI members ages 5-21. The program allows young men and women to learn responsibility and communication between people and their community.
Areas of competition for a Junior Ambassador include: horsemanship test (in their discipline), a written test, poise and personality.
The newly selected ambassadors and their court will be expected, as part of their duties, to represent ETI at official functions and events such as dinners, meetings, parades, trail trials, shows, etc. These functions will be selected and approved by the Junior Ambassador Chairperson.
Your 2016 – 2017 ETI Jr. Ambassadors. Front row: Kayla Potts, Carli Bertonneau & Aramas Ovayan; 2nd row: Ariana Grasso, Abigail Lippert & Anita Ovayan; 3rd row: Eden Grasso, Adin Antebi & Sara Webber; 4th row: Brittany DeMott, Emily Webber, Chance Leatherman & Megan Kitcko and Back row: Cherysh Drayton, Sable Grasso, Joslynn Parish & Paige Simms
2nd Princess Sable Grasso, Queen Megan Kitcko and 1st Princess Emily Webber
4th Little Princess Aramas Ovayan, 3rd Little Princess Anita Ovayan, Little Miss Abigail Lippert, 1st Little Princess Kayla Potts, 2nd Little Princess Carli Bertonneau & 5th Little Princess Ariana Grasso
2016 – 2017 Jr. Miss Cherysh Drayton, Queen Megan Kitcko, Program Director Michelle Kraut, Prince Chance Leatherman & Little Miss Abigail Lippert
4th Jr. Princess Paige Simms, 2nd Jr. Princess Sara Webber, Jr. Miss Cherysh Drayton, 3rd Jr. Princess Brittany DeMott, 1st Jr. Princess Eden Grasso & 5th Jr. Princess Joslynn Parish
Prince Chance Leatherman and Little Prince Adin Antebi