Some of our clients are out in the world doing extraordinary things with our name firmly attached! Take a look at some of our Spotlight Clients!


Ashley LeeAnn Bauer is the twenty-four year old daughter of Todd and Suzanne Bauer of Warrenton, Missouri. She most recently graduated with her Masters of Education in Equestrian Education from William Woods University of Fulton, Missouri in December of 2017. Ashley enjoys riding and showing her horses, spending time with friends and family, breeding and raising Australian Shepherds, fishing, reading, scuba diving, and traveling the world. Ashley has visited over fifteen different countries and twenty states in the last ten years. She has been riding and showing horses since she was eight years old and cannot wait to travel all across the USA as Miss Rodeo Missouri 2018. Ashley feels extremely blessed to be sponsored by Rhinestone LipGloss and cannot wait to show off her custom ear rings all year long! With a little sparkle and a little faith, she is roping and ready to represent the sport she loves most- RODEO!

My name is Alexis Taylor and I am the 2018 Northern Ohio Quarter Horse Association Queen. I am a 21 year old whom was born and raised in Grafton, Ohio. I will be graduating from stautzenberger college in may of this year with my associates of veterinary technology. I currently work full time as at veterinary assistant at Affordable Pet Care small animal clinic. I have been showing AQHA my throughout my whole life with my family and cannot imagine life without a horse to love. I cannot wait for a year that will be full of new beginnings and new experiences and I am so beyond excited and blessed to be a part of Rhinestone Lipglosses Queen Team! And I would like to add a quick thank you Sarah for being a wonderful sponsor and friend as well as always spending the message to follow your dreams no matter what.

Allison Hinson, 21, is a senior at Wingate University where she is pursuing a degree in Human Services. Allison started taking riding lessons when she was 5 years old and her hobby just escalated from there. She began showing locally when she was 12 years old and then started competing on the AQHA level as an Youth. Allison is currently competing in the Hunter Under Saddle, Showmanship, Horsemanship, and Equitation events with her Quarter Horse gelding, TheseIronsAreStrait aka Dillon. Allison grew up in Monroe, North Carolina bordering the South Carolina state line. Her parents, Pamela & Lynn Hinson, have supported her dreams from the beginning helping her any way possible. Between her school work and queen activities, she also works for her family's business as the Human Resource Manager in the Petroleum and Grading Industry. One of Allison's favorite things to do in her free time is to volunteer at Horse N Around Therapeutic Riding Center, where she assists children with developmental and physical disabilities through equine related activities and therapies. Her personal motto is "In a world where you can be anything, be kind" and she strives to exhibit this every minute of everyday.

Stacey Leigh Henry, Eastern Ohio’s Quarter Horse Association Queen , 24, I live in Richland County, Ohio. I’m a Firefighter/EMT & I work for the Ashland Sheriffs Department & Lucas Monroe Fire Department. I’ve been showing horses since I was six, and showing AQHA since I was 12. I show all around events. My horses name is Presidential Asset / “Vinny”, this is my first year running for Congress Queen however I was crowned Medina County 4-H Horse Queen in 2012. Outside of horses I enjoy make up and beauty, cooking, and working out! My favorite color is red.

Hello, my name is Fallyn Harkin and I'm the 2018 Ohio Michigan Indiana Quarter Horse Association (OMIQHA) Queen! I'm 20 years old and from Brunswick, Ohio. I'm a sophomore at Kent State University majoring in Pre-Occupational Therapy and Integrated Health Studies. I've been showing English and Western in AQHA since I was 8 years old. Right now I own a 3 year old named I'm Callin Dibs aka "Patty" and together we will start competing in trail. Fun fact outside of horses, I'm member of the Kent State woman's rugby team.