- Date of Birth:
- June 4, 1996
- 5' 9"
Abby Floyd (born Abigail Elizabeth Floyd on June 4, 1996 in Searcy, Arkansas) is a beauty pageant contestant. Abby started showing horses when she was only 11-years old. After 5 years of training, she finally captured the American Quarter Horse Association Youth World Championship in 2012. She began modeling at an early age, giving her opportunities to travel around the world. Abby modeled for Tony Bowls, Dillard’s, Varsity Cheer, Justine and Seventeen Magazine. She transitioned into beauty pageants, winning Miss Arkansas Teen USA in 2013. She made history in 2016, winning Miss Arkansas USA, the first woman in 20 years to hold both titles. Abby has dabbled in acting, appearing on the hit TV show, Nashville. In 2016, she represented Miss Arkansas in the Miss USA pageant.
Best Known For:
Abby Floyd is best known as a beauty pageant contestant, winning Miss Arkansas in 2016. She is also known as a champion show horse rider.
Abby is highly active in charity work. She has dedicated her time to the American Association of Cancer Research, as both her grandmothers passed away to the disease. Her father is also a cancer survivor. Abby has also worked with Hearts and Hooves, an organization that helps mentally and physically challenged children through Hippotherapy. She also works with Warriors for Ross, an organization that helps children with cancer and their families. She has expressed interest to use her real estate license to host her own show on HGTV someday.