Height: 5’ 9”
Abby Floyd resides in Searcy on her family farm. Abby started showing horses when she was 11 years old. After 5 years of early morning horse training sessions, she was finally able to capture the American Quarter Horse Association Youth World Championship in 2012. In addition to showing horses, she enjoys learning to cook, cheering, traveling, shopping, riding four wheelers, boating, and wakeboarding. Another one of her passions is modeling. Through hard work and dedication, Abby has had the opportunity to model on a state, national, and international level for Tony Bowls, Dillard’s, Varsity Cheer and Dance, and Justine Magazine. She has been also been featured in Ads in Seventeen Magazine.
There are several causes that are important to Abby, mainly the American Association of Cancer Research. She lost both her grandmothers to cancer and her Dad is a cancer survivor. She also gives her time working with Hearts and Hooves, which is an organization that helps mentally and physically challenged children through Hippotherapy. She is also excited to be recently involved with Warriors for Ross, an organization that helps children with cancer and their families.
In her own words
Abby’s grandmother was the most influential person in her life.
Abby has earned many awards and won several championships in horseback riding.
Abby would love to meet Kate Middleton.