On July 4, 2015, 17 year-old Clark Davis, Miss Horse
Capital of the World, was crowned Miss Kentucky 2015. She is the daughter of Ginger and Johnathan
Davis of Lexington. Clark is a sophomore at the University of Kentucky where she is majoring in
Vocal Performance with a minor in Political Science and eventually hopes to earn a law degree.
Clark's platform issue focuses on raising awareness about dyslexia, a condition which she was diagnosed
with in the 3rd grade. As a result of this condition Clark was placed in special education classes until the 6th
grade. However, with the help of her teachers and family she was able to overcome this diagnosis and achieve academic
excellence which included graduating high school a year early and earning a full scholarship to attend the University of Kentucky
. She received the 2nd runner-up award for the Heather French Henry Quality of Life award due to the outstanding work
she has done with her platform. Clark also received a preliminary talent award for her a cappella vocal performance
of the George Gershwin class "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess.
As Miss Kentucky, Clark serves as the spokesperson for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's
"Kentucky Proud" program which encourages consumers of all ages to purchase products produced in Kentucky and to maintain a healthy
and active lifestyle. She delivers this message to all age groups in schools throughout the commonwealth.
Some other interesting facts about Clark include that her favorite food is her momma's
broccoli casserole and her favorite place to visit is New York City. She can't live without her brother, Jackson, and
her secret wish is to be able to time-travel. Something out of character that she would like to try would be to take
Keep checking this page for updates on Clark's appearance schedule and photos from her year of
**To schedule Clark
for an appearance contact her business manager, Kim Canter, by phone at (859) 396-3706 (cell) or (859) 977-1733 (work) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org