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Marshall County Horseman’s Association ...38 Red Carpet Show Of The South...................14 Tazewell ......................................................24 TWHBEA National Futurity ........................32

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AUGUST 5, 2013

VOLUME 17 ISSUE 15 The Scoop, Inc. 409 Elm Street, P. O. Box 1658, Shelbyville, TN 37162-1658 931-680-5696 • 931-680-2860 (fax) www.thescooponline.com

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The 73rd Annual Red Carpet Show of the South PULASKI, TENNESSEE- The 73rd Annual Red Carpet Show of the South was held at the Giles County Agricultural Park in Pulaski, Tennessee on Saturday night, July 27th. Nathan Clark of Arab, Alabama served as the honorable judge for the 28 classes beginning at promptly 6:00 pm. The show was sponsored by the Pulaski Rotary Club and allocated over $7,000 in prize money! While Bobby Sands was announcing, Brian Perry accompanied on the organ, Jack Greene was in center ring photographing, and the concessions stand was serving up country ham and barbecue sandwiches! Hytone’s After Shock and Kimbery Coult were the first in and out of the ring with a blue on Saturday night in Pulaski as the Park Pleasure Open champions. The Youth 12-17 was a crowd favorite early in the night with A High Dollar Charge and Lily Catherine Holland making the blue ribbon ride. The Youth 11 & Under followed not far behind with Jack Kail and Free To Score taking home the blue. Maggie Kail made the same blue ribbon ride just the night before! Tim Smith took home a blue with Lipstick And Lead in the Three Year Old Mares and Geldings for proud owner Lisa Baum. Tommy Lee Jones and Benjamin Bowen claimed yet another Youth Ponies win in Pulaski. Stephanie Elliott and Breakin Parole made a flawless debute in the Fine Harness. This was Stephanies second blue ribbon of the night along with an Amateur Show Pleasure win on Spooky Dollar. Crowd favorite I Am Jose and Casey Wright made yet another trip to the winners circle in the Four Year Old Open for owners Bill and Debbie Woods. Erica Way and I’m Ritz And Dangerous followed right behind as the Amateur Five Year Old Specialty winners. Justin Harris won the Open Speciality with Escape From Alcatraz for Larry and Pam Russell. Boure and Tam Brogdon took home another 15.2 & Under Amateur Specialty win and Seeking The Title and Harold Malone claimed the blue in the Amateur Three Year Old Mares and Geldings. Folsom Prison Blues and Jimmy Smith made their way to the winners circle in the Amateur Canter and Defending The Title and Jason Myatt defended their title in the Amateur Four Year Old Stallions. As the night came to a close, the gate closed with the Walking Horse Stake class of five enteries in the ring. Mr. Heisman and Brandye Mills made a flawless blue ribbon ride as the Pulaski Red Carpet Show of the Show TWHNC champions for proud owners Randall and Sadie Baskins. Congratulations to all the winners from the Red Carpet Show of the South and thank you for letting The Scoop be apart of your wins! For more information, news, and photos like us on Facebook or visit us online at www.thescooponline.com.

A fan club awaited Brandye Mills and Mr. Heisman on the red carpet after a flawless blue ribbon ride as the Red Carpet Show of the South Walking Horse Stake champions for the proud owners Randall and Sadie Baskin.

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Pulaski, Tennessee Park Pleasure Open Hytone’s After Shock Kimberly Coult Southern Jazz Charmer Steve Beam Prince Jose Jeannae Patterson Rooster Cogburn Is Armed Blaise Broccard Overpass Ashley Diamond Pollack

Forest Shadow Walkers & Kimberly Coult Royce Ellison Jeannae Patterson Eve & Guy Zimmerman S&P LLC

Two Year Old Mares & Geldings Amateur Live Strong Grey Barker Houndstooth Lady Brian Anderton

Barker & Taylor Brian & Tammy Anderton

Two Year Old Mares & Geldings Master Class Herbert Derickson I’m Valuable Michael Wright She’s Title Bound Rodney Dick Tony Tango Charlie Green The Phenom Justin Harris

Mr & Mrs Tim Brooks Donnie Taylor Mcdonald & Walling Bill & Karen Bean Bruce & Robin Macdonald

Youth 12-17 Specialty A High Dollar Charge Lord Stanley Jose Caliente Jose’s Dulce Mighty Fine Line

Lily Catherine Holland Allison Thorson Chris Elliott Meghan Davis Nathan Anderton

Lily Catherine Holland Thorsport Inc Chris Elliott Shamrock Farms Brian Anderton

Park Performance Open I’m Diamond Rio I’m An American Idol Jose’s Cherry Darling

Kent Lawrence Megan Green Jeff Green

Kent & Mamie Lawrence Scott Green Afia Rupard

Youth 11 & Under Free To Score Pure Jazz Greyline

Jack Kail Colton Trimble Chet Lowman

Maggie Kail Ashtyn Claire Brown Lowman Family

Show Pleasure Amateur Spooky Dollar Willie Do Coin’s Black Stroke Limestone Lucy Jubilee’s Awesome Dream

Stephanie Elliott Patti Pollack Jean O Brien Steve Heitmiller Shannon Cotter

Elliott & Gattis S&P LLC Reginald Pimentel Steve Heitmiller Ed & Shannon Cotter

Two Year Old Stallions Amateur Popcorn Sutton David Sisk I’m Kramer Giddyup Kasie Caldwell Win Baby Win Charles Stivers A Master Sky High Lucky Collins Awesome’s Take Over Claude Frye

Andrew & Linda Sisk Billy Randall Glendon Stivers Don & Lucky Collins Claude Frye

Three Year Old Mares & Geldings Lipstick And Lead Tim Smith Greenspan Dale Smith Wicked Walking Witch Casey Wright Steely Dan Charlie Green Boss Man’s Dollar Steve Beam

Lisa Baum Dale Smith Joanne Dempsey Fred & Diane Brown Bob & Sudie Reed

Amateur Mares & Geldings Specialty I’m Stan The Man Dr Lynda Brogdon Cadillac’s Bum Lilly Waites Mexican Fire Kimberly Coult PGA Lisa Baum The Strike Zone Gary Wayne Smith

Ben & Dr Lynda Brogdon Andrew Waites Family Forest Shadow Walkers & Kimberly Coult Lisa Baum Jimmy Glenn

Youth Ponies Tommy Lee Jones The Jazz Player Miss Splashy Cash The Strawberry Dollar Your Wish My Command

Benjamin Bowen Alex Blackburn Allison Thorson Sarah Mitchell Koston Mcwaters

Benjamin Bowen Jimmy & Edith Dilday Evergreen Walking Horse Farm Jeff Mitchell Larue Mcwaters

Trainers Family King Of The Jungle Crooked Line I’m Splashed Silver Fog I’m Sky King

Candy Green Lauren Tillman Lindsey Landrum Alex Blackburn Erica Way

Nestor Stewart Family Benny Gray Hillview Promotions Mary Medina Stiles & Way

Two Year Old Stallions The Midnight Sky I’m A Silver Fox A Magic Carpet Ride Pusher’s Outta Line The King Of Blues

Casey Wright Mike Hannah Bobby Hugh Chris Zahnd Charlie Green

Brian Anderton Mccrory & Floyd Rising Star Ranch James & Peggy Vernon D&L Partnership

Adult Amateur Ponies The Dixie Lineman Dark & Shady He’s Extraordinary Jose’s Ritzy Doll I’m All About Cash

Gail Walling Taylor Walters Patti Pollack Libby Stephens Joan Kemp

Mcdonald & Walling Molly Walters Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch Stephens & Womack/Fleming Bush & Kemp

Show Pleasure Open Chillin The Most Link Webb I’m King James Josh Patterson Bandera’s Psalm 103 2 Jeff Green Into The Blue Mac Benham

Steve Mozeley Amanda Smith Forest Shadow Walkers & Kimberly Coult Tommy & Sister Milligan

Fine Harness Breakin Parole Foolish Dollar I’m Chesapeake Bay Extra Good Looking

Stephanie Elliott Bobby Hugh Jean O Brien D K Gowan

Joyce Meadows Dr Jack Kwok Meadows & Myers Bert & Donna Head

Three Year Old Stallions King’s Kode Blue 9’s Main Man

Justin Harris Blake White

Enfinger, Williamson & Way Claude Frye

Amateur 50 & Over Skywalk’s Diego Kid Callahan Miss Midnight Rider They Call Me Samson Heartline

Ronnie Stanfill Ed Breedlove Phyllis Heppenstall Karen Bean Sam Sorrell

Ruby Stanfill Genevieve Breedlove Phyllis Heppenstall Bill & Karen Bean Sam Sorrell

Four Year Old Open (Canter) I Am Jose Casey Wright Intimidator’s Boogieman Scott Beaty Street Jazz Jimmy Mcconnell

Bill & Debbie Woods Larry Ford Bob Medina

Amateur Five Year Old Specialty I’m Ritz And Dangerous Erica Way Ritz’s Big Dipper Heidi Mcwilliams Masq Of Jazz Laura Lester Oohh Weee Parolee Denise Garber

Thad & Erica Way Jim & Heidi Mcwilliams Gary Lester Bob Garber

Amateur Three Year Old Stallions The Bourne Legacy Trish Harrison Spivey An Eclipse Janice Fostek I’m A Title One Jason Myatt Armed Skymarshel Eric Yokley I’m Bob Marley Taylor Walters

Trish Harrison Spivey Joe & Janice Fostek Jerry Myatt Michele Bolin Molly Walters

Amateur Specialty Stallions He’s A Jailbird Ja The Colonel Reb

David Sisk Taylor Walters

Mr & Mrs Johnnie Abrams Molly Walters

Open Specialty Escape From Alcatraz Sweep Up Gold He’s Unbridled Dimaggio Generator’s Edge

Justin Harris Charlie Green Tim Smith Larry George John Allan Callaway

Larry & Pam Russell Andrew Morrison Gayle Holcomb Neal Holland Family Larue Mcwaters

Amateur Four Year Old Mares & Geldings Miss Ebony Rose Sudie Reed Hot Texas Salsa Nancy Groover Wizard Of Odds Debbie Flack Sweepstar Gay Pitts Seve’s Miss Pushover Grant Jones

Bob & Sudie Reed Nancy Groover Jim & Debbie Flack Benton & Gay Pitts Ray Jones Trucking Inc

15.2 & Under Amateur Specialty Boure Tam Brogdon Texas Joe Black Kathy Zeis C Me Push Sister Milligan It’s Me Again Kimberly Coult

Tam Brogdon Steve & Kathy Zeis Tommy & Sister Milligan Forest Shadow Walkers & Kimberly Coult

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Pulaski, Tennessee Amateur Three Year Old Mares & Geldings Seeking The Title Harold Malone Ruby On Parole Betty Alvarez Jazz Badazz Jason Myatt Blue Autumn Steven Mezrano Siri Brenda Dawson

Harold Malone Joe & Betty Alvarez Jerry Myatt Joseph & Mezrano Shawn & Brenda Dawson

Amateur (Canter) Folsom Prison Blues On The Line Flash Of Silver Strolling Thru The Ritz My Margaritaville

Jimmy Smith Family Bud & Suzanne Moore Benny Gray Jimmy Reece Royce & Ann Marie Couch

Jimmy Smith Suzanne Moore Benjamin Gray Brian Reece Ann Marie Couch

Amateur Four Year Old Stallions Defending The Title Jason Myatt In Ted’s Image Ron Lawrence Gin Rio Michael Coleman National Hero Taylor Walters

Jerry Myatt Ron & Carolyn Lawrence Becky Coleman Molly Walters

TWHNC Championship (Canter) Mr Heisman Brandye Mills I’m Deuce Casey Wright Swing Batter Batter Swing Danny Hughes Beebee King Jimmy Mcconnell The Metalist Herbert Derickson

Randall & Sadie Baskin Bill & Debbie Woods Glendon Stivers Mary Medina Jim & Barbara Finch

Jack Kail and Free To Score were met by their fan club after an exciting Youth 11 & Under blue ribbon ride.

Jesse Barnes greeted Kimberly Coult and Hytone’s After Shock following their Park Pleasure Open win!

Stephanie Elliott and family after her first win of the night with Spooky Dollar in the Amateur Show Pleasure. Stephanie also won the Fine Harness later that night with Breakin Parole.

Trainer and family awaited Lilly Catherine Holland and A High Dollar Charge in the winners circle after their Youth 12-17 Specialty win in Pulaski.

David Sisk and Popcorn Sutton celebrated their Amateur Two Year Old Stallions win with family and friends.

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Pulaski, Tennessee

Family, friends, and Joe Fleming Stables crew awaited Benjamin Bowen and Tommy Lee Jones after their Youth Ponies win.

Joe Fleming Stables crew with Justin Harris and King’s Kode Blue after a Three Year Old Stallions win in Pulaski for owners Enfinger, Williamson, and Way families.

Proud owners Bill and Debbie Woods with I Am Jose following his Four Year Old Open win with Casey Wright.

Sudie Reed and Miss Ebony Rose with fans after winning the Amateur Four Year Old Mares and Geldings division in Pulaski.

Charlie Green Stables crew congratulated Jimmy Smith and Folsom Prison Blues after their blue ribbon ride in the Amateur division.

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The Sale of Champions h year aft It was 1962 that brought to the shadows of the Celebration show grounds one of the most historic sale events ever to grace any breed. Yes, the Tennessee Walking Horse was a young breed, formed in 1935 as a registry, and the first Celebration was in 1939. Twenty three years later, with the breed growing by leaps and bounds, found Mr. S.W. Beech from Belfast, Tennessee, with three young excited boys in tow, Steve, Bobby and Ray, ventured into what has now become the longest running Tennessee Walking Horse Sale in the United States, The Sale of Champions, Shelbyville Tennessee. This year, 2013, the Sale of Champions will celebrate 51 years of service to the Tennessee Walking Horse Industry with a new management team of Lewisburg Auction Company INC, Wayne and Freda Dean. The combination of these two greats takes one back to ask a few questions…what greats have sold through such a historic sale in the past and what does this sale provide for the future? THE PAST To say The Sale of Champions has sold more World Grand Champions than any other sale facility in the TWH history is to say Santa Claus has a red suit. It was 1962 that brought one of S.W. Beech and sons Stables greats to the Celebration spotlight. Merry Go Boy was signature stallion of his day standing in Belfast at S.W. Beech and Sons, but it was that very year when the sale started that Ebony Masterpiece was crowned Champion of the World with Sam Paschal aboard. It was a great moment. It was the very spring board that took The Sale of Champions higher than any other sale. The world was perfect…young men following in their fathers steps, the great Merry Go Boy in the barn, and the new WGC had just been crowned and was headed to their barn to stand. The Sale of Champions became the solid equine market of those greats and other greats who were consigned along with them. The world was perfect in Belfast. The list is huge. Horses sold at the hands of Mr. Beech and the Sale of Champions include buying customers like Elvis Presley Estate, Priscilla Presley, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and…yes even Bob Kilgore. It was the young restaurant owner from Tuscaloosa, Alabama who flew to Shelbyville Tennessee after finding much success in feeding Alabama Crimson Tide fans that wanted to own a Tennessee Walking Horse, and a World Grand Champion at that. Ebony’s Mountain Man was Champion of the World in 1980 and soon after returned to The Sale of Champions to be consigned by then owner Joe Tillett to sell to the public. He had been one of the very few World Grand Champions to win both the Amateur Stake and the Big Stake. The hammer dropped that day on the young and very excited owner from Tuscaloosa. The Sale of Champions not only created great careers for horses, but horse owners aswell. It was a moment like no other in sale history…a young bidder wants the WGC, and the sale manager at the time was also a very young Ray Beech. The first exchange was, “ Hello ..welcome to the Sale of Champions, my name is Ray Beech”. “ Followed by, My name is Bob Kilgore, and I am going to buy this horse.” History also tells us that a very large man with Bob, about 6Ft 5, 300lbs said, “ and we got the money with us.” The rest is history. The Sale of Champions/ Murray Farm family that has a huge history in topping all sale monetary figures aswell. It was WGC Ebony’s Threat who brought $250,000 to new owner Joe Reagan, and multi WGC Reve’s Little Boy who brought $113,000, sold by Dorothy Halsey with young trainer David Landrum aboard to a set of young University of Ala-

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has sold the Champions… ter year. bama students, led by a classmate, Jack Way. The Reve’s Little Boy moment was a special day. These are just small tid bits of the excitement this sale has created over the years. It was the stage set by a simple man, Mr. Beech, in a cheap plaid shirt, his little truck, beaming smile, and a slight stutter, that made what still stands today so special. He was an element in this business that our industry needs today. THE FUTURE The future holds great things for this sale…The Sale of Champions… with the inclusion of Lewisburg Auction Company, Wayne and Freda Dean. It was great men like Audie Dean, and Valton Rummage who made the Tennessee Walking Horse business a great place to do business, and Wayne and Freda carry with them in their veins all that any sale consigner would want to promote their product. Wayne is a long time trainer, and his family are responsible for greats like Sun’s Delight, Dean’s Bossman, Wilson Dean and countless others who fill our registry with the foundation blood that makes any breed strong. Wayne is a trainers trainer. He is the model trainer and customer relations image many trainers strive to attain. The respect has he has gained from his fellow trainers, specifically for the way he conducts his business and the endless and loyal relationship he has had with his customers, is unmatched. Freda Dean brings to the table so many years of supporting the TWH business in many ways, and was raised in Tennessee Walking Horses business , the daughter of longtime WGC breeder, WGC trainer and exhibitor Valton Rummage. She is an accomplished rider aswell. Its their team that brings so much experience to the table and is a very irreplaceable item that makes that Sale of Champions sale fee a huge value. Many of us know Wayne and Freda as a super training couple that have been in our business for a long time, but to know their long history at the very heart of this breed is a wonderful journey to explore. A PERSONAL NOTE In the past I have had the very special honor of having been asked to work any and all sales Lewisburg Auction Company has conducted in the TWH business, including the many International Horse Sales they have conducted, even when I was under another contract with another sales facility. It was the respect they gained from so many that allowed this. That speaks volumes. It was always a pleasure, under Wayne and Freda’s guidance. Freda and I were raised 6 miles from one another and our father was their family doctor for many years. Wayne was the horse trainer in our barn for a period when I was a very young child. Many hours were spent riding and enjoying his customers and show string…a young trainer moving here from Paris, Tennessee. But with my relationship with this wonderful sale one truth comes to mind…you are only as honest and worthy as those who employ you to the public. The Sale of Champions is in great hands. The consigners to this 2013 event will be proud of the service provided, the excitement of the sale. Early reports indicate that this will be a great event and has attained yearling commitments from every and a brreding facilities to market their 2013 crop of yearlings. It’s the history, the hopes for a great future are one thing. But it’s the honest hands this sale has been placed in that will make it like no other. See you at the Sale of Champions.

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The 37th Annual Tazewell County Walking Horse Classic

TAZWELL, VIRGINIA- The 37th Annual Tazwell County Walking Horse Classic was held on Saturday July 27th at the Tazwell County Fairgrounds. The honorable Mike Carter of Kingsport, Tennessee judged the 40 classes for the evening and Debbie Bush of Chesnee, South Carolina was in center ring taking photographs. The show was underway at promptly 5:00 and began with the the Plantation Lite Shod Youth in which Allison Hopkins and Simple Lee Dangerous made the blue ribbon ride. My Jurisdiction and Alexas Compton followed as the Youth 11 & Under champions. Jacklyn Compton also took home a blue ribbon with ACC in the Walking Pony Youth 17 & Under division. Courtney Luttrell had two back to back wins in the Amateur Three Year Old Mares & Geldings with Conga Line and in the Amateur Three Year Old Stallions with Sky Black. She returned to the winners circle yet again later that night after an Amateur Show Pleasure win with GodFather By Ultra Copy. Following Santini and Bryan Barnhill’s exhibition in the Racking Style class, Country Gentlemen and Tyler Baucom made their way to the winners circle in the Two Year Old Open for owner Robert Deutsch. Robert made a blue ribbon ride himself not long after in the Amateur 50 & Over with I’m Moonlighting.John Callicutt and Prime Country took home the blue in the NCWHA Members class and Anne Evens and Contemporary Jazz won the Trail Pleasure English or Western. Clay Mills claimed two blues that evening with I’m Wallstreet in the Open Amateur and with Holy Field in the 15.2 & Under Amateur. Sara Compton made a flawless blue ribbon ride in the Ladies Amateur division with Private Charter as well as Debbie McGill with Master Card of Jazz in the Four Year Old Amateur division. Amoung his several wins in Tazewell, Kenny Compton wrapped up the night with an exciting Walking Horse Stake win with I’m Copperfield! The 37th Annual Tazewell County Walking Horse Classic was a success with great horses and people! As a Shriner’s Hospital for Children fundraiser, all of the proceeds went to benefit the children of Tazewell, Russell, and Buchanan counties.

Plantation Lite Shod Youth Specialty winner was Allison Hopkins andSimple Lee Dangerous. Katie West and Friends come to greet her after her win.

ETWHA Members Specialty Champion Packin A Pistol with KJ Compton. Friends and Family met the winning team.

Congratulations to all the winners in Tazewell and thank you for letting The Scoop be apart of your victory celebrations! For more information, news, and photos, like us on Facebook or visit us online at www.thescooponline.com. Derick and Debbie Bonner having fun at the Tazewell County Classic Page 24 / The Scoop


Tazewell, Virginia Lite Shod Plantation Youth Simple Lee Dangerous Paroled Irresistible Cash

Allison Hopkins Sawyer Kolls Skylar Macleod

Kara Graham Sawyer Kolls Paul & Julia Livingston

Youth 11 & Under My Jurisdiction Real Bad Score Command’s Miss Seve Major Genius He’s Wild Eyed & Wicked Bayberry Star Prime Time Night

Alexa Compton Isabelle Funkhouser Joshua Thomas Taylor Strickler Summer Compton Tori Baxter Andee Patton

Kenny Compton Jan Lambert Sam Kite Taylor Strickler Rick Compton Tori Baxter Brad & Andee Patton

Country Pleasure The Situation El Mariachi Show Me Yours He’s All About The Gold Laci Walker Jukin All Night Classic Prowlin

Traci Becknell Lucas Kolls Erica Heaster Audrey Nuckles Betsy Johnson Ann Jameson Matthew Lail

Traci Becknell Les Kolls Erica Heaster Audrey Nuckles Cecil Hinkle Ann Jameson Matthew Lail

Two Year Old Amateur Mares & Geldings Miss Mexico Jordan Dean

Mona Dean

Two Year Old Amateur Stallions Just Call Me Coach Alex Hopkins The Coachs Score Lisa Mckay I’m Invitation Only Clay Mills

Alex Hopkins Lisa Mckay Mills & Barnes

Youth Ponies ACC The Hotline Mr MG Tarheel’s Pusher

Jaclyn Compton Caitlin Woody Danielle Ricker Skylar Macleod

Rick Compton Hugh & Gene Griffin Danielle Ricker Wofford Bush

Three Year Old Amateur Mares & Geldings Conga Line Courtney Luttrell Rose Command Kim Arnold Night Train Allison Becknell He’s Guns N Roses Leslie Dotson Jazz It Sandy Brumbaugh

Stone Manor Farm Kim Arnold Allison Becknell Terry Dotson Family Sandy Brumbaugh

Three Year Old Amateur Stallions Sky Black Courtney Luttrell Jagger Swagger Yvonna Matthis I’m In High Definition Kenny Compton

Stone Manor Farm Abe Matthis Rick Compton

Plantation Lite Shod Amateur Specialty Reba Reba Reba Angela Tuck Simple Lee Dangerous Katie West Irresistible Cash Julia Livingston Push To Strike Brian Painter

Angela Tuck Kara Graham Paul & Julia Livingston Ralph Bowling

Amateur Specialty Novice Escalade Chicana SEC Gen U Wine JFK

Lisa Flannery Bob Adcock Kace Legg Kim Arnold

Lisa Flannery Bob Adcock Kace Legg Kim Arnold

Youth 12-17 Specialty Masati Jose’s Jazzy Spirit Fear Or No Fear A Black Market Pusher Speck In The Sky

Danielle Ricker Kenny Compton Jordan Dean Nathan Britt Allison Hopkins

Danielle Ricker Kenny Compton Mona Dean RPC Farms Allison Hopkins

Park Pleasure Youth The General In Black Ole Dollar Chrome’s Delight

Samantha Kolls Alex Hopkins Taylor Mills

Samantha Kolls Jodie Hopkins Taylor Mills

Two Year Old Open Mr Country Gentleman The Ninth Hole Golfer Chick Minute To Win

Tyler Baucom Jimmy Evans Derek Monahan Bobby Kellett

Robert Deutsch Pleasant Valley Farms Ginger Williams Leroy & Patty Jones

AOT Specialty Hard Mountain Cash Push In Command J A Coin’s Cash On Delivery Timeline Peppermint Score

Paul Robbins Ricky Compton Todd Belcher Amber Baskett Dana Kyte

Paul Robbins Della Compton Todd Belcher Amber Baskett Sam Kite

Open Specialty Ninth Symphony Lieutenant Jose American Romeo Jose’s All Pro Shock It To Me Probation Officer

Brent Coburn Tyler Baucom Brandon Stout Steve Hankins Sr Paul Livingston Ronald Mosley

Glen & Denise Parrett Larry Adams Pleasant Valley Farms John Stimpson Sharon Lambdin Rosemary Whitley

Amateur 50 & Over Specialty I’m Moonlighting STS Command Again My Diamonds And Pearls Promise Me The Ritz Gens Armed And Pushy

Robert Deutsch Bella Eskridge Herschel Blessing Brenda Sterner Gary Sproles Kent Sharp

Robert Deutsch Bella Eskridge What A Blessing Farm Brenda Sterner Gary & Shea Sproles Kent Sharp

ETWHA Members Only Specialty I’m Packin A Pistol K J Compton Palm Beach Ritz Leslie Dotson Heart Attacks Fast Beat Danielle Ricker He’s Showboatin Anita Bradshaw

Rick Compton Terry Dotson Family Danielle Ricker Anita Bradshaw

Show Pleasure Amateur Specialty Godfather By Ultra Copy Courtney Luttrell Versace’s Dollar Kenny Compton Generator’s Top Dollar Lucas Tipton Trio Patty Jones Second Base Beth Collins Jose’s Sweet Pepper Bob Adcock

Courtney & Alex Luttrell Rick Compton Lucas Tipton Irene Mullinex Beth Collins Deborah Adcock

NCWHA Members Only Specialty Prime Country John Callicutt Triple Crown Ritz Paul Robbins Cadillac By Ritz Danielle Ricker Ritz Custom Made Rosemary Whitley

John Callicutt Paul Robbins Danielle Ricker Rosemary Whitley

Trail Pleasure English & Western Contemporary Jazz Anne Evans I’m A American Lady Traci Becknell Face Your Fear Faith Stowers Copenhaver Lady Bella Masquarade Andee Patton Emblems Bum Kenneth Bostic Dark Pushers Fantasy Beverly Boggs Tattoos And Tequila Erica Heaster

Anne & Nancy Evans Traci Becknell Maggie Copenhaver Andee Patton Beverly Boggs Beverly Boggs Chad & Erica Heaster

Open Three Year Old The Big East Skywalk’s Threat Lined And Walkin Jose’s Briar Rose Work Force

Steve Hankins Sr Todd Smith Brandon Stout Tyler Baucom Thomas Collins

Rick Compton Jimmy Tunnell Family Pleasant Valley Farms Bob Adcock Neva Collins

Amateur Specialty I’m Wall Street Bad Man Jose Vegas Ritz Electric Gold

Clay Mills Gerald Buckland Julia Livingston Betsy Johnson

Corbin Mills Gerald Buckland Julia Livingston Betsy Johnson

Adult Pony Specialty Roethlisberger Deion’s Double Busted By Jose My American Honey For Your Entertainment She’s Armed With Cash

Luanne Sigman Brandon Stout Linton Griffith Madison Holloway Beth Collins Sam Harvey

Bob & Luanne Sigman Pleasant Valley Farms Delores Griffith Teresa Kincaid Beth Collins Sam Harvey

Park Pleasure Four & Under Specialty Breathless At Midnight Grandy Tuck Jr It Takes Will Power Chris Helton

Burl Dale Kara Graham

Park Performance Open Specialty Ted Who Kenny Compton Jammin The Blues Yvonna Matthis Cash’s Little Lalique Rachel Havens Skywarning Kace Legg She’s A Glitzy Ritz Debbie Bonner

Rick Compton Abe Matthis Rachel Havens Kace Legg What A Blessing Farm

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Tazewell, Virginia 15.2 & Under Amateur Specialty Holyfield Clay Mills Justin Credible Nathan Britt

Hill & Mills RPC Farms

Lite Shod Plantation Open Specialty Paroled Grandy Tuck Jr

Sawyer Kolls

Amateur Ladies Specialty Private Charter Catfish Hunter She’s Caliente A Bold Generator Jazz’s Royalty

Sara Compton Leslie Dotson Courtney Luttrell Mary Ann Adams Ginger Williams

Rick Compton Terry Dotson Family Stone Manor Farm Larry Adams Ginger Williams

Debbie Mcgill Tami Triplett Mike Smith Sandy Brumbaugh Beth Collins Brian Painter

Al Morgan Tami Triplett Mike Smith Sandy Brumbaugh Beth Collins Alan Deweese

Grandy Tuck Jr Clyde France Ginger Williams Katie West Angela Jones Alex Hopkins

Burl Dale Audrey & Clyde France Ginger Williams Katie West RPC Farms Jodie Hopkins

Kenny Compton Beth Collins Scotty Widner

Rick Compton Beth Collins Jackson Gratton

Amateur Four Year Old Mastercard Of Jazz She’s A Yelo Rose Of Texas Can You Imagine That Star Of Black Gen Armed And Polished Lady Selene Park Pleasure Open Specialty Royal Jazz Expression Everybodies Dream Cyclone At The Ritz MP1 Marching Orders Ole Dollar Amateur (Canter) El Zorros Star Ozone Layer Let Go And Push

Show Pleasure Open Specialty Trio Bobby Kellett Pushin Up The Dollar Paul Livingston Olympic’s Power Charge Jackie Barron

Irene Mullinex Kim Arnold Fred Croft

Walking Horse Stake I’m Copperfield Wired For Cash Nightfall At The Ritz The Santana Pushover

Rick Compton Terry Dotson Family Rom Folger Beth Collins

Kenny Compton Brent Coburn Derek Monahan Ronald Mosley

Youth Park Pleasure Specialty Champions The General In Black with Sawyer Kolls. Grandy Tuck Jr, Angela Tuck and family met them in the winners circle.

My Jurisdiction and Alexa Compton are met by family following their Youth 11 & Under win.

Racking Three And Four Year Old champion at the Tazewell County Classic. Page 26 / The Scoop

URHOEA Racking Horse Stake winner I’m The Contender and Bryan Barnhill are met by Emily Kiser-Jackson.


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Amateur 50 Years & Over Specialty winners were I’m Moonlighting with Robert Deutsch. Tyler Baucom and Mr. Baucom met them following their win.

Open Show Pleasure winner TRIO with Bobby Kellett are met by friends after their big win!

Racking Two Year Old Action Device winner Cadillac’s Ritz Jack and Bryan Barnhill.

Park Pleasure Open Specialty winner were Royal Jazz Expression and Grandy Tuck Jr. They are met by Angela Tuck and Rufus Dale.

Four Year Old Amateur champions were Master Card Of Jazz with Debbie McGill in the irons. They were met by friends after their win.

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NEWS

The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry A Bright Future Showcased At National Futurity Lewisburg, TN - The premier showcase for our breed’s bright young stars, the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeder’s And Exhibitor’s Association (TWHBEA) National Futurity proved yet again to be an exciting and inspiring event. Contenders from around the country vied for top honors in a full schedule that included Futurity, open and jackpot classes. Popular new additions this year included Get of Sire, Mare and her Foal, Two & Three Year Old In Hand, Weanling and Yearling Novice Handler, and Weanling and Yearling Championship classes. With the richest purse of any one-night show in the industry, the National Futurity definitely proved a worthwhile endeavor for those that made the trip to the Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on the evening of July 28th. The excitement generated by the quality competition along with the crowd’s enthusiasm for the contenders made the evening one to remember.

A Candid Conversation with RON THOMAS on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO Thursday August 1st at NOON CST Ron Thomas the former CEO of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration and Executive Director of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association will discuss his lifetime involvement with the Tennessee Walking Horse and the industry. We’ll talk about the people, the horses and events of his 30 plus year career! EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO is heard World Wide Online each Thursday at Noon CST...listen on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Listen to the podcast of this show and previous shows at www.equestrianlegacy.net

World Versatility Show Sets Record Yet Again Lewisburg, TN - Held July 25th - 27th at the Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ And Exhibitors’ Association’s (TWHBEA) World Versatility Show set yet another record with an all time high of 617 entries. Exhibitors traveled from all over the country to compete in such diverse events as Dressage, Reining, Trail Obstacle and Barrel Racing over three fun-filled and exciting days. A full schedule of rail classes and the additions of Western Dressage, In-Hand, and the always enjoyable Ride A Buck, Egg and Spoon, and Catalogue Race made for an event that offered something for just about everyone. This year’s $2,500 Reining Jackpot, sponsored once again by Manna Pro, was won by Shesa Summer Breeze and Jessica Schultz with Texan At The Ritz and Tracy Pinson claiming second and Enchanter’s MG and Christina Boucher-Reynolds taking third. Highpoint and reserve highpoint awards were presented to Heavenly Vision with Patricia Crisp and Genius Boy’s Alpha Star with Rachel Cowles is the 11 and Under division, Count On Spirit O’ Three with Morgan Hodge and Topper’s Beaucoup Delight with Elizabeth Conti in the 12-17 division, My Sophia with Jennifer Batts and Enchanter’s MG with Christina Boucher-Reynolds in the Amateur division, My Yankee Doodle Dandy with Julie Clare and Princess Power with Terri Smith in the Elite Amateur division and Shesa Summer Breeze with Jessica Schultz and Smart N’ Wicked with Jennie Jackson in the Professional division. The Overall Highpoint winner and recipient of a $500 gift certificate compliments of National Bridle Shop was My Sophia and Jennifer Batts. Congratulations to all of the World Versatility Show competitors and thank you to all of our outstanding volunteers!

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Press Release by American Horse Council Legislation to Eliminate Soring Introduced in the Senate On July 31, 2013, Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Mark Warner (D-VA) introduced the Senate version of the Prevent All Soring Tactics Act of 2013 (PAST act). The bill is intended to strengthen the Horse Protection Act (HPA) and prevent the soring of Tennessee Walking Horses, Racking Horses, and Spotted Saddle Horses. Congressmen Ed Whitfield (R-KY) introduced the House version of this bill earlier this year. The AHC supports this bill. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which enforces the HPA, deems soring to involve the use of action devices, chemicals, pads, wedges or practices like trimming a horse’s hoof to expose sensitive tissue, so that it causes pain in the horse’s forelegs and produces an accentuated show gait for competition. According to the USDA, soring has been primarily used with Tennessee Walking Horses, Racking Horses, and Spotted Saddle Horses and continues despite the existence of a federal ban for over forty years. The horse show industry has been regulated by the HPA for over 40 years. However, the trigger for USDA enforcement of the HPA is the showing, exhibition, auction or transport of a sore horse. For this reason USDA has focused its efforts on those areas of the show community that involve breeds and activities that are most frequently involved in soring. If a breed, discipline, or activity is not soring its horses to exaggerate their gaits, then as a practical matter the HPA has likely not adversely affected them and the PAST act, if passed, will not affect them any more than current law. The bill would amend the HPA to prohibit a Tennessee Walking Horse, aRacking Horse, or a Spotted Saddle Horse from being shown, exhibited, or auctioned with an “action device,” or “a weighted shoe, pad, wedge, hoof band or other device or material” if it is constructed to artificially alter the gait of the horse and is not strictly protective or therapeutic. These new prohibitions would not apply to other breeds and would not prohibit the use of therapeutic pads, or bell boots or quarter boots that are used as protective devices. The legislation would also increase fines and penalties for violations for soring, including the potential for a lifetime ban for repeat offenders. The bill would create a new licensing process for horse show inspectors, eliminating the current program that uses industry-affiliated designated qualified persons (DQPs). This program has received criticism because these DQPs are often not independent of the industry they are inspecting. USDA would be required to train and appoint the new independent inspectors for shows and other HPA-regulated activities that wish to hire an inspector. Licensed or accredited veterinarians would be given preference for these positions. The decision to hire an inspector, however, would still be up to the show, sale or auction. It would not be made mandatory. Shows or sales that employ DQPs now would begin using USDA-selected inspectors. Shows or sales that choose not to use DQPs now would not be required to use them should the bill pass. The AHC supports this legislation, as does the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Quarter Horse Association, the American Paint Horse Association, the American Morgan Horse Association, the Pinto Horse Association of America, the Arabian Horse Association, the American Saddlebred Horse Association, the United Professional Horsemen’s Association, the Appaloosa Horse Club, Maryland Horse Council, the American Veterinary Medical Association and other groups. Various efforts have been made since enactment of the HPA forty years ago to stop the soring of horses and they have not worked. This bill is focused on the problem it is intended to solve and does not adversely affect other segments of the show industry that are not soring horses and have no history of soring horses.


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The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry twhnc press Release: CELEBRATION TO CROWN NEW CHAMPIONS 75TH ANNIVERSARY

Hsus Press Release: Federal Court Protects Tennessee Walking Horses

The75th Anniversary Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration (TWHNC) will crown its 75th World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse on Saturday August 31, 2013. In addition to the traditional Saturday night finale, the 75thversion of the Walking Horse classic will feature new divisions. For the first time, The Celebration will have Owner-Amateur Five-Year-Old Mares & Gelding and Stallions qualifying classes and will crown the first Owner-Amateur Five-Year-Old World Grand Champion. The class, promoted by TWHNC all year with medallions to winners at all shows, has been very popular and well-received by exhibitors throughout the show season. “The popularity of this new division has exceeded all expectations. It has consistently been one of the largest classes at one-night and multi-day shows. The battle for this inaugural World Grand Championship will be one of the most competitive divisions at this year’s event,” said Celebration CEO Mike Inman. The Trail Pleasure division has gained in popularity over the last several years at The Celebration and continues to be one of the most highly-entered divisions at The Celebration. The Four Years and Under Trail Pleasure, Optional Tack World Grand Championship will join the Youth, Novice and Western Trail Pleasure World Grand Championships held last year. “This new World Grand Championship will be a great addition to the last Saturday night lineup. We at the Celebration want to continue to adjust our lineup to fit the trends, popularity and growth within our divisions. The number of quality horses now in this category certainly warrants this new World Grand Championship,” concluded Inman. In addition to the new World Grand Champion class, the Trail Pleasure division will also add an Elite Riders (50 years of age and older) On Trail Pleasure Horses, Optional Tack. The new class, inclusive of many of the most elaborate riding attire in the ring has already been nicknamed “Bling In The Ring.”

Rules adopted following Humane Society of the United States legal petition A U.S. District Court in Texas upheld federal regulations to prevent the practice of “soring,” in which trainers abuse horses to force them to perform an unnatural high-stepping gait for competitions. The U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations, which were adopted following a 2010 legal petition filed by The Humane Society of the United States, require that USDA-certified horse industry organizations impose uniform mandatory minimum penalties for violations of the Horse Protection Act, and authorize the agency to decertify organizations that do not comply. Horse industry organizations are the industry’s self-policing groups that inspect Tennessee walking horses at competitions for signs of soring alongside the USDA. Horse industry organization SHOW and two walking horse show participants sued the USDA, contending that the regulations were unlawful and in violation of their constitutional rights. The HSUS filed a briefing in defense of the regulations. The court ruled that the mandatory minimum penalty regulations are constitutional and within the USDA’s statutory authority to protect horses. Jonathan Lovvorn, senior vice president for animal protection litigation and investigations for The HSUS, said: “This lawsuit shows that segments of the industry have no interest in upholding their responsibilities under the Horse Protection Act and finally stamping out the brutal practice of soring. We call on USDA to decertify any horse industry organization that has refused to adopt the mandatory penalties, including SHOW, which is responsible for inspections at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.” The HSUS was represented in the matter pro bono by attorneys from the law firm of Latham & Watkins and its own lawyers. Background: H.R. 1518, the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, sponsored by Reps. Ed Whitfield, R-Ky., and Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., will end the failed system of walking horse industry self-policing, ban the use of certain devices associated with soring, strengthen penalties, and hold accountable all those involved in this cruel practice. The HSUS urges Congress to pass this bill, which now has 133 co-sponsors in the House. Some in the Tennessee walking horse industry deny that soring is still a pervasive part of the training process used to produce the “Big Lick,” but the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s testing at the 2012 National Celebration in Shelbyville, Tenn., revealed that 145 horses out of 190 tested, or 76 percent, were found positive for prohibited foreign substances. In contrast, Celebration officials issued a press release touting a 98.1 percent compliance rate with the Horse Protection Act. The HSUS urged Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper, Jr. to open an investigation into the veracity of public statements made by officials connected to the Walking Horse Trainers Association Enforcement Initiative, the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration and the Tennessee Walking Show Horse Organization about their initiative to detect unlawful horse soring at the 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.

SHOW HIO PRESS STATEMENT The SHOW Horse Industry Organization released the following statement this morning in response to the U.S. District Court of Northern District of Texas Fort Worth Division denying a motion for summary judgment by SHOW HIO challenging the USDA’s minimum penalty protocol requirement for industry HIOs: Obviously we are disappointed in the court’s decision. We have been committed to reform since our inception and continue to be committed to moving the industry forward through fair and consistent inspections and penalties in the best interest of the welfare of the horse. We are reviewing all of our options and we will announce soon how we will proceed.

twhnc press Release: Premium Box Seats Available SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. - The Celebration will make available select premium boxes in rows A-E on a one-year purchase arrangement. Also, current box seat holders will be allowed to upgrade their current box to one of these premium boxes on a one-year basis and be required to pay the price difference. “Seizing this opportunity will give patrons and fans a way to get as close to the action as possible,” said Celebration Chief Executive Officer Mike Inman. For more information regarding box seats contact The Celebration at 931-684-5915. The 75th Anniversary Celebration will be held August 21-31, 2013.

Obituary: The Gambler Multi-titled I’m The Gambler was humanely laid to rest on Tuesday July 9th, 2013, following a sudden, sever episode of colic. He was owned and loved by Steve and Stephanie Bolick of Hickory, NC and trained by Keith Ailshie Stables. He was a beautiful black 15.2 h gelding who competed in the amateur divisions. Gambler was loved dearly and will be missed by all who were blessed to know him.

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The National Futurity

MURFREESBORO, TN- The National Futurity is put on by the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association and was held at the Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Sunday, July 28th. Horses must have been nominated in order to show. The Futurity was underway at 6:00 with Jason Bachert, Larry Martin, and Dee Dee Miller serving as the judging panel for the 27 classes.

A Rainy Day Woman and A Rain Delay were the first in and out of the ring with two blues as the Mare and Foal winners with handlers Karen Mcgee and Christen Lovvorn. Flirting paid off for Chris Richards and Flirtin To Win who took home the blue in the Two and Three Year Old In Hand division. Chris returned to win the Weanlings division with In 10 Sity- both wins were unanimous! Cirlce T Stables took home three blues in the Two and Three Year Old Country Pleasure with Parole Patrol, Two and Three Year Old Lite Shod English and Western with My Black Cadillac, and the Two Year Old Trail Pleasure English and Western with King Pleasure. Jesse Dotson III was no longer a novice after taking home a blue in the Weanlings Novice Handler division with Don Diego’s Quarterback for owner Karl Thompson. Jesse returned to win the Weanlings Championship as well! Robert Nelms was two for two with Two and Three Year Old Classic Park Pleasure winner Jazz On My Mind and Weanling Colts winner To Honor And Serve- both for owner Carole Hargett. Maggie Moore and Coolest Girl In Town showed that they were the coolest in the ring by taking home a unaimous Futurity win in the Trail Pleasure Enlgish and Western AOT Specialty division. Kelly Richards and Roger Richards Jr. both claimed a blue with The Camp Town Lady in the Yearling In Hand Extended Gait and in the Yearlings Novice Handler. Jordan Howell claimed an exicting unamimous blue ribbon ride aboard Honey Badger in the Three Year Old Trail Pleasure Enlgish and Western division and Keith Reed wrapped up the night with a National Futurity Yearling Championship with Royal Caddie for owner Sam Stockett! Congratulations to all the nominees and winners from the 75th Annual TWHBEA National Futurity and thanks for allowing The Scoop to be apart of your win celebrations! For more information, news, and photos like us on Facebook or visit us online at www.thescooponline.com.

A Proud mother Laurie Toone and friend Sarah Eerkes congratulated Mackenzie Morgan and Parole Patrol after their blue ribbon ride in the Two & Three Year Old Country Pleasure. Page 32 / The Scoop

Mare and Foal winners A Rainy Day Woman and A Rain Delay with handlers Karen Mcgee and Christen Lovvorn.

Allison Thorson had a winning weekend at the TWHBEA National Futurity!

In 10 Sity and Chris Richards were the Weanlings champions from the Futurity.


Murfreesboro, Tennessee Mare & Foal Bachert Martin Miller Final 64 64 64 64 71 71 4 71 66 66 71 66 4 4 66 4 21 21 73 21 73 73 21 73 A Rainy Day Woman/A Rain Delay Karen Mcgee & Christen Lovvorn Kissed Off/Kiss The Title Goodbye Bob Nelms & Robert Nelms Armed With Gold/Coach Alice Harold Dean Givens & Jeff Givens Summer Sangria/Coronado Beverly Lamp & Molly Vaughn Believe This Score/Swincash Caroline Hoffman Fashionability/Fashionable Bandit Pat Stout & Noble Stout

Charles & Joy Gleghorn Rushing Creek Walkers Givens & Givens Frank & Riecke Find Your Gait Pat Stout

Two & Three Year Old In Hand Martin Miller Bachert Final 18 18 18 18 5 5 66 5 66 30 5 66 68 66 30 30 30 68 68 68 Flirtin To Win Doc House Trigger Time The First Watch Eagletistical

Chris Richards Ella Kline Jeff Givens Dennis Hills Carol Camp

Get Of Sire Miller Bachert Martin Final 3 3 3 3 Black Diamond Ritz/Adorable Diamond/ Forgivness

Mike Hicks, Christy Hicks, Bobby Joe Jones Beverly Lamp & Molly Vaughn

Trail Pleasure English & Western Specialty Bachert Martin Miller Final 6 60 6 6 60 6 60 60 99 99 99 99 Front Money Catlyn Moseley Ratchet Wanda Reagan Pusher’s Iron Heart Kyndra Myers Weanlings Martin Miller Bachert Final 18 18 18 18 9 23 9 9 8 9 23 23 16 82 8 8 82 17 2 82 23 8 82 16 22 22 16 22 17 16 17 17 78 20 20 20 20 70 78 78 In 10 Sity Chris Richards Seminole Win Ella Kline Scores Of Diamond Mike Hicks Jazz Kings MVP Tim Sager IB Blue Denim Tommy Loid A Prodigy Logan Goostree You Watch Me Score Christy Hicks Eminent Danger Carla Hurley Eve’s Daughter Jim Blankenship A Chess Queen Hunter Fikes

Lisa Washburn C L Kline Farms Givens & Givens Dennis & Susan Hills Carol Camp

William Coley Danny & Wanda Reagan Mr & Mrs Harold Roberts

Washburn & Mcgee Larry Mesimer Bobby Joe Jones Tim & Melissa Sager Holly Schroedor Carla Hurley Estate Of Betty Freeman Laurale Lowery Jim & Virginia Blankenship Michelle Cranford

Two & Three Year Old Country Pleasure Miller Bachert Martin Final 8 75 75 75 21 7 7 7 30 21 53 21 1 53 30 53 75 1 1 30 15 26 21 1 53 15 28 15 28 28 15 28 26 30 26 26 Parole Patrol Mackenzie Morgan Joe Black’s Jubilee Allix Lowe Albert’s Homer Caroline Hoffman Watchin The Storm Pass By Bobbikay Hein Little Bonnie Parker Donna Byard Bazinga Zach Parsons Pistol Packin Penny Jared Scott Joy Line Hollis Kelley Lotsa Girl Power Casey Todd

Laurale Lowery Kathy Zeis Find Your Gait Phyllis Langley Nancy Perkins James E Nichols Family Dr Marion Pennington Kelly & Richardson Mike Hicks

Weanling Fillies Martin Miller Bachert Final 71 85 85 85 85 72 19 71 19 17 71 19 17 71 17 17 22 19 22 22 72 22 72 72 Jazz On The Town Silver Lined China Jazz Moves Dream’s Little Dream Ka Ka Kala Deal’s Wine And Roses

Carole Hargett Jim & Barbara Welch Doss Farms & James Carla Hurley Mike & Christy Hicks Carole Hargett

Beverly Lamp Robert Nelms Karen Mcgee Carla Hurley Christy Hicks Amanda Nelms

Two Year Old Lite Shod English & Western Miller Bachert Martin Final 75 75 75 75 10 10 30 10 76 76 10 76 30 30 76 30 29 29 29 29 My Black Cadillac Mackenzie Morgan Shimmy Shimmy Shake Jackson Latham Jazz Sequel Laurie Toone Bugsy Malone Brad Kirby Vigor’s Covergirl Hollis Kelley

Allison Thorson Rayna Latham Bob Lawrence Mehaffey & Byard Angela Runnels

Country Pleasure English & Western AOT Specialty Bachert Martin Miller Final 972 2 2 2 2 972 972 972 12 100 82 12 62 12 21 100 100 14 14 14 21 62 12 21 14 21 100 62 25 25 25 25 Big City Jose Charlie Howard I’m Demanding Renee Stasiewicz Corona Gold Sandy Harris Mr Deeds Kyndra Myers Sweet Dixie Night Ione Smith Albert’s Homer Caroline Hoffman Spirit’s Pushy Jackie Dean Pink Pony Lynne Dixon

Charlie Howard Scott & Renee Stasiewicz Sandy Harris Mr &Mrs Harold Roberts Ione Smith Find Your Gait Jackie Dean Butch & Lynne Dixon

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee Weanling Colts Martin Miller Bachert Final 71 71 54 71 54 54 71 54 17 85 17 17 64 65 65 65 23 17 85 85 65 64 23 64 85 23 64 23 To Honor And Serve Robert Nelms Master Of The Storm Chris Richards A Select Opportunity Carla Hurley A Rain Delay Charles Gleghorn Masarati Beverly Lamp He’s Game Christen Lovvorn Watch Me Etch A Sketch Mike Hicks Two Year Old Trail Pleasure English & Western Miller Bachert Martin Final 77 77 75 77 75 75 77 75 30 30 30 30 84 82 82 82 24 24 24 24 King Pleasure Kyle Elliott Extreme Line Mackenzie Morgan The First Watch Dennis Hills Miss Blue Velvet Susan Shelton The Special Moment Carolyn Gernt Two Year Old Stallions Bachert Martin Miller Final 74 74 74 74 Pushed To Win Weanlings Novice Handler Martin Miller Bachert Final 69 84 79 84 84 72 23 72 72 79 66 79 23 69 69 69 66 66 72 23 21 22 84 66 22 23 21 22 73 73 22 21 79 21 73 73 Don Diego’s Quarterback Sovereigns All In Moto Moto It’s Gametime I’m Dangerously Dazzling Coach Alice He’s An Armed Bandit Swincash Fashionable Bandit

Jarmel Hooks

Jesse Dotson Iii Robert Nelms Hunter Fikes John Dorris Mike Hicks Jeff Givens Christy Hicks Caroline Hoffman Noble Stout

Country Pleasure English & Western Specialty Miller Bachert Martin Final 57 2 2 2 55 63 11 11 11 57 56 57 2 61 55 55 56 55 100 56 63 100 63 63 61 56 61 100 14 11 14 61 100 14 57 14 Big City Jose Lynn Womack Eagle’s Black Widow Erin Cottrell Stars Aligned Madison Drew The Red Light District Susan Coleman Princess Power Terri Smith Bad New’s Royal Martini Cecile Leduff Mr Deeds Kyndra Myers Making Sense Jessica Hlebak Sweet Dixie Night Ione Smith

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Weanling Championship Bachert Martin Miller Final 84 71 84 84 71 85 85 71 0 0 0 85 Don Diego’s Quarterback To Honor And Serve Jazz On The Town Carole Hargett Bobbikay Hein Lowery & Johnston Charles & Joy Gleghorn Carole Hargett Charles & Joy Gleghorn Mike & Christy Hicks

Steve Zeis Mackenzie Morgan Dennis & Susan Hills Holly Schroedor Vic Gernt

Hooks Family

Karl Thompson L E Smith Michelle Cranford John Dorris Jerry Woodside Givens & Givens Jerrold Pedigo Find Your Gait Pat Stout

Charlie Howard Sid Cottrell Ernestine Parrott Phyllis Langley Terri Smith Laura Weymouth Mr & Mrs Harold Roberts Pat Ireland Ione Smith

Jesse Dotson Iii Robert Nelms Beverly Lamp

Karl Thompson Carole Hargett Carole Hargett

Two & Three Year Old Classic Park Pleasure Martin Miller Bachert Final 71 71 71 71 Jazz On My Mind Robert Nelms

Carole Hargett

National Futurity Yearling Fillies Miller Bachert Martin Final 3 3 3 3 83 71 83 83 71 83 10 71 19 19 19 19 10 17 71 10 9 10 9 9 17 9 17 17 Adorable Diamond Beverly Lamp Royal Caddie Keith Reed She’s A Real Diamond Robert Nelms Miss Martini Karen Mcgee High On Diamonds Sylvester Skierkowski Just A Dollar General Jason Pimberton Complicity Carla Hurley

Maple Crest Farms Sam Stockett Carole Hargett Howard & Beth Henderson Rayna Latham C L Kline Farms Hurley & Beals

Three Year Old Lite Shod English & Western Bachert Martin Miller Final 51 51 51 51 90 90 9 90 9 9 90 9 Rowdy Roxie Eli Murphy Rowdy After Midnight Marilynne Macleod Doc House Jason Pemberton

Estate Of Michael Schaefer Martha Child C L Kline Farms

National Futurity Yearling Colts Martin Miller Bachert Final 13 86 13 13 86 13 86 86 10 10 3 10 3 3 10 3 80 17 96 96 96 96 17 17 17 80 80 80 Nat King Cole I’m Out Of Line My Diamond Back Oop’s Mr Bentley Parole’s Smokin Aces A Paroled Rebel Aliens Knight Vision

Chris Richards Brian Wright Sylvester Skierkowski Beverly Lamp Deborah Goff Carla Hurley Hunter Fikes

Roger Richards George Wright Family Sylvester Skierkowski Harlinsdale Farm Bobby & Debbie Goff Bill Harlin Michelle Cranford

Trail Pleasure English & Western AOT Specialty Martin Miller Bachert Final 58 58 58 58 60 67 52 67 67 52 61 52 61 99 67 61 444 61 444 444 52 60 99 99 99 27 27 60 27 444 60 27 Coolest Girl In Town Maggie Moore Delight Me With Silver Jennifer Batts Malibu Rum Grace Cozart The Great Sensation Jessica Hlebak Gen’s Sweet Tea Pam Schilling Pusher’s Iron Heart Kyndra Myers Ratchet Wanda Reagan Lucchese Lynne Dixon

Leek 7 Moore Jennifer Batts Grace Cozart Jessica Hlebak Pam Schilling Mr & Mrs Harold Roberts Danny & Wanda Reagan Butch & Lynne Dixon


Murfreesboro, Tennessee Yearlings Novice Handler Bachert Martin Miller Final 3 9 3 3 9 3 9 9 70 70 10 70 10 10 70 10 81 81 81 81 82 82 82 82 The Camp Town Lady Doc’s War Horse Rowdy Sunshine Hot Diamond Color Magic Bluephoria

Kelly Richards Ella Kline Rachel Dorris Rayna Latham Hunter Fikes Susan Shelton

Roger Richards C L Kline Farms Harlinsdale Farm Sylvester Skierkowski Michelle Cranford Holly Schroedor

Three Year Old Trail Pleasure English & Western Martin Miller Bachert Final 88 88 88 88 59 75 59 59 75 59 75 75 33 33 33 33 44 44 44 44 22 22 22 22 Honey Badger Jordan Howell Ferdinand Maggie Moore Out There And Lovin It Mackenzie Morgan Oop’s Betty Oops Marsha Coffey Flambuoyant Patti Pollack Sky High Clint Christy Hicks

Jordan Howell Leek & Moore John & Amanda Odom Marsha Coffey S&P LLC Mike & Christy Hicks

Yearling In Hand Extended Gait Miller Bachert Martin Final 83 3 10 3 3 83 3 86 9 9 83 9 10 10 9 10 The Camp Town Lady Royal Caddie Doc’s War Horse High On Diamonds

Roger Richards Sam Stockett C L Kline Farms Skierkowski & Jones

Roger Richards Jr Mike Hicks Jason Pemberton Rayna Latham

National Futurity Yearling Championship Martin Miller Bachert Final 83 83 83 83 3 3 3 3 Royal Caddie Keith Reed The Camp Town Lady Kelly Richards

Charlie Howard and Big City Jose posed after a big city win in the Country Pleasure English or Western AOT Specialty!

Sam Stockett Roger Richards

Owner Kathy Zeis, Circle T Stables crew, and friends congratulated Kyle Elliott and King Pleasure on a Two Year Old Trail Pleasure English or Western win at the Futurity!

Proud owner Carole Hargett, handler Beverly Lamp, and little Jazz On The Town were all smiles after a Weanling Fillies championship!

Jesse Dotson III was no longer a novice after winning the Weanlings Novice Handler division with Don Diego’s Quarterback for owner Karl Thompson! Jesse returned to win the Weanlings Championship later that night.

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The 37th Annual Marshall County Horseman’s Association Horse Show LEWISBURG, TENNESSEE- The 37th Annual Marshall County Horseman’s Association Horse Show was held at the Marshall County Expo Center in Lewisburg, Tennessee on friday night, July 26th. The show began on time at 6:00 with Link Webb of Lewisburg judging the 32 classes for the evening. Brian Peery accompanied on the organ and Jack Greene was the photographer. The crowd favorite, leadline division was first in the ring with Maxine Beasley taking home a blue ribbon! Kasey Kesselring won his first of three blues that night with La Patrona in the Lite Shod Open division. He later won the Country Pleasure Adult with Jackie Moon and the Trail Pleasure Amateur with Confederate Jazz. Maggie Kail and Free To Score took home a blue ribbon in the Youth 11 & Under division followed by Lucky Collins and Lined With Poison as the Amateur 50 & Over Specialty winners. Winky Groover and Jazzmine Lady made the blue ribbon ride in the Three Year Old Mares and Geldings Rider’s Cup class for owner JoAnn Dowell. Dance All Night and Robert Cortner danced their way to another win this season in the Youth 12-17 and Allison Thorson and Roll The Gold took home the gold in the Youth Ponies. They Call Me Kid Rock and Kelly Dunn were the Two Year Old Stallions Amateur winners and The Who and Taylor Walters claimed the blue in the Amateur Canter division. Taylor returned to the winners circle later that night with She’s Limitless as the Amateur Four Year Old Mares and Geldings champion. Trainer Jimmy McConnell won the Four Year Old Open Rider’s Cup class with Blues Master for owners Mike and Lee McGartland and Herbert Derickson won the Open Specialty Rider’s Cup for owners Rick and Marla Lovett with He’s Ritz N Cash. Sue Ann Dowell was two for two in Lewisburg winning both the Adult Amateur Ponies with The Indy Five Hundred and the Amateur Three Year Old Stallions with I’m Mayhem. As midnight was approaching, four strong entries made their way into the ring for the Walking Horse Stake class. A Strong Need for Cash had a strong need for a blue in Lewisburg on Friday night and walked away as the Marshall County Horseman’s Association TWHNC Champion for proud owners Jim and Jeannie Roberts! Along with a successful horse show, the MCHA recognized its scholarship winners, Margaret Ellen LaFlamme, Sara LaFlamme, Jennifer Perry, and Cassidy Primm. Congratulations to all the MCHA champions and thanks for allowing The Scoop to be apart of your wins! For more information, news, and pictures like us on Facebook or visit us online at www.thescooponline.com.

Owners Jim and Jeannie Roberts along with Wright Stables crew were proud to congratulate A Strong Need For Cash and Michael Wright as the 37th Annual MCHA Walking Stake Champions!

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Lewisburg, Tennessee Lead Line Maxine Beasley Laci Mathews Bibi Beasley Anne Marie Beard Two Year Old Mares & Geldings Amateur Cash In 1129 Sudie Reed Jazz Extra Josh Wright Cash’s Good Wife Alex Blackburn

Sudie Reed Jim & Jeannie Roberts Jimmy Mcconnell

Lite Shod Open La Patrona Walking Out On Parole

Kesselring & Lester Steve & Jan Harris

Kasey Kesselring Bruce Hankins

Two Year Old Mares & Geldings Push To Win Clay Sanderson Miss Augusta Jimmy Mcconnell Master Class Herbert Derickson Righteous Ritz Jake Glover I’m Zelda Charlie Green

Mike & Kristie Bell Kimble & Madeline Tew Mr & Mrs Tim Brooks Dr & Mrs David Bullock Rich & Ennis

Youth 11 & Under Free To Score Forbidden Jose’s Ritzy Doll Prime’s Jump Jiven Gen’s Black Gin Creation

Maggie Kail Counti Green Jackson Stephens Cohen Abernathy Storm Sims

Maggie Kail Renee Carlton Stephens, Womack & Fleming Claudia Gribble Mike Chiappari Family

Amateur 50 & Over Specialty Lined With Poison Get Ready The Thug Jose’s Tom Turkey Silver Dollars Donato

Lucky Collins Kathy Zeis Luckey Easterling Tommy Halmontaller Peggy Mervine

Don & Lucky Collins Steve & Kathy Zeis Kay & Luckey Easterling Mr & Mrs Charles Brantley DHN Partnership

Park Pleasure Youth B B King’s Jazz Popcorn Pusher

Jackson Stephens Skylar Nipper

Womack & Stephens Skylar Nipper

Country Pleasure Youth Mr Paparazzi Lined Dancing She’s Magic To The Boys Free Stock Rain’s Good Advice

Anna Kaminski Jesse Odell Kaylee Hash Carter Gleghorn Evan Gleghorn

David Kaminski Dr Jack Kwok John & Barbara Hash Charles & Joy Gleghorn Charles & Joy Gleghorn

Three Year Old Mares & Geldings Jazzmine Lady Winky Groover Midnight Salsa Jimmy Mcconnell She’s Deja Blue Charlie Green We B Cruzin Casey Wright Jazz’s Major Touch Clay Sanderson

Joann Dowell Mary Medina Bill & Karen Bean Kirsten Lambert James Vernon

Park Pleasure Rev’s Flashback Yao Ming JFK All The Way Prince Jose Calipari’s Cousins

Jeff Laughlin Nicole Coffey Dickie Scrivner Jeannae Patterson Betty Denton

Joe Laughlin Nicole Coffey Rebecca Chittenden Jeannae Patterson Betty Denton

Youth 12-17 Dance All Night Absolute Bullet Proof A Final Command Stemwinder Marino

Robert Cortner Jordan Dempsey Alex Blackburn Koston Mcwaters Allison Thorson

Terry & Lisa Smith Charles & Joy Gleghorn Bob Medina Larue Mcwaters Thorsport Inc

Amateur Three Year Old Mares & Geldings Gimme A Command Kelly Stewart Jose’s Compadre Caleb Kilburn She’s Intimidating Jack Bolozky Jane’s Silver Lining Libby Doub Unwavering Charles Stivers

Glen Sisk Salt Lick Farms Jack & Lillian Bolozky David & Libby Doub Glendon Stivers

Youth Ponies Roll The Gold I’m Redeemed Ritz Tornado Pusher’s General

Thorsport Inc Denise Maples Mike & Beth Davis Charles & Joy Gleghorn

Allison Thorson Claudia Gribble Meghan Davis Jordan Dempsey

Country Pleasure Adult Jackie Moon Designer Champagne Oh Buddy Limelight’s Legacy

Kasey Kesselring Maggie Moore Jackie Osborne Wayne Westbrook

Montverde Academy Leek & Moore Jackie Osborne Wayne Westbrook

Park Performance Amateur San Juan I’m Money Hungry Black Jack Citation I’m Diamond Rio Ritz Rattle & Roll

Eric Lackey Beth Alagna Sue Irby Kent Lawrence Dr Lynda Brogdon

Mr & Mrs Eric Lackey SBS Colt Group Sue Irby Kent & Mamie Lawrence Ben & Dr Lynda Brogdon

Show Pleasure Amateur The American Choice I Am The Rock Jr Rare Coin Ritz Sky Jam I’m A Proud American

Linda Garrard Jannie Chapman Cynthia Bush Suzanne Moore Bill Williams

Dr Cliff & Linda Garrard Jannie Chapman Chris & Cynthia Bush Bud & Suzanne Moore Bill Williams

Two Year Old Stallions Amateur They Call Me Kid Rock Kelly Dunn Gin’s Hot Topic Diana Cruse

Cannon Ridge Stables Diana Cruse

Amateur (Canter) The Who George W Mcclintock Enrique Enrique The Family Jewels My Senorita

Taylor Walters Miles Irby Bob Lawrence Kim Leonard Peggy Mervine

Molly Walters Rick & Marla Lovett Bob Lawrence Scott & Kim Leonard Peggy Mervine

Show Pleasure Youth In A Danger Zone Santana’s Renaissance Man Thunder With Lightning

Svanah Martin Allison Thorson Jesse Odell

Kelly Martin Allison Thorson Dr Jack Kwok

Trail Pleasure Amateur Confederate Jazz Twist Of Cash Victoria’s Got A Secret I’m A Southern Secret

Kailin Kesselring Mackenzie Morgan Dr Jack Kwok Trista Brown

Kasey Kesselring Family Sharon Mccaleb Dr Jack Kwok Willie Brown

Adult Amateur Ponies The Indy Five Hundred Inception London Rain Cy Young Major Gs Hard Cash Girl

Sue Ann Dowell Detha Yoder Erica Jenne Brenda Carlon Megan Peebles

Joann Dowell Detha Yoder Erica Jenne Brenda Carlon Megan Peebles

Amateur Ladies Mares & Geldings Jazz’s Master Kelly Mills The Man Of The Town Lisa Steinbach A Private Benjamin Detha Yoder Sophisticated Renee Carlton She’s Our Amazing Grace Margaret Ann Alias

Kelly Mills Lisa Steinbach Detha Yoder Renee Carlton Margaret Ann Alias

Two Year Old Stallions He’s Unmistakeable I’m Handsome Jimmy Valiant Paroled From Hardtime Mesmerizing Gin Texas Jazz

Sammy & Gayle Cagle Kimble & Madeline Tew Tommy & Sister Milligan Larue Mcwaters Joe Bertram

Casey Wright Jimmy Mcconnell Dick Peebles John Allan Callaway Rocky Mccoy

Amateur Four Year Old Mares & Geldings She’s Limitless Taylor Walters Lindsey Lohan Kim Butler Clemente Benton Gay Just Say Ole Linda Scrivner Hot Dollar Sherri Ward

Molly Walters Bruce & Kim Butler Benton & Gay Pitts Linda Scrivner Sherri Ward

Park Performance Open Specialty Paroled In Tennessee Jeff Laughlin JD’s Armed Ray Lewis Jeff Green Gold Danger Edgar Abernathy Frontgate Winky Groover A Silk Lining Jerry Williams

Belvie Jordan Vicki Swayne Lance & Rhonda Lincoln Winky & Sheila Groover Anita Heitzler

Four Year Old Open (Canter) Blues Master Jimmy Mcconnell Masters Razzel And Jazz Herbert Derickson Ted’s Hank Williams Brock Tillman

Mike & Lee Mcgartland Alan Riddley Maple Crest Farms

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Lewisburg, Tennessee Amateur Five Year Old I’m Pushin N Line The Jazz Player Armed Assassin

Janice Fostek Edith Dilday Gavin Kasser

Joe & Janice Fostek Jimmy & Edith Dilday Charles & Carol Ann Gavin

Open Specialty He’s Ritz N Cash Jazz Talkin The Nickle The Sportster The L A Ritz

Herbert Derickson Edgar Abernathy Clay Sanderson Keith Blackburn Casey Wright

Rick & Marla Lovett Dr Renee Montgomery Merv Whittenburg John Vernon Jones Donnie & Charlotte Taylor

Amateur Four Year Old Stallions Memphis Mafia Gail Walling Heza War Horse Ed Breedlove Command On Parole Henry Metcalf National Hero Taylor Walters Cougar Jannie Chapman

Judy Mcdonald Kilgore & Breedlove Crawford & Metcalf Molly Walters Jannie Chapman

15.2 & Under Amateur Specialty Ozone’s Cut Above All George Ann Pratt Don Julio Alie Napier Dark & Shady Taylor Walters Gettin Out On Parole J W Morgan

George Ann Pratt Tim Napier Molly Walters J W & Joanne Morgan

Three Year Old Stallions Led Zeppelin Gretzky Rio Lobo 7HF Armed Skymarshel Gintastic

Justin Jenne Chad Williams Winky Groover Eric Yokley Scotty Brooks

Carson Adams Thorsport Inc Jack & Lillian Bolozky Michele Bolin Sherri Ward

Amateur Specialty Skywalks Diego A JFK’s Monopoly Extremely Poisonous

Judy Stanfill Diana Bowers Sally Schmidt

Ruby Stanfill Diana Bowers Bill E Webb

Amateur Three Year Old Stallions I’m Mayhem Sue Ann Dowell Ain’t He Grande Phyllis Heppenstall Jose Hayburner Diana Bowers A Playboy Tam Brogdon

Joann Dowell Phyllis Heppenstall Diana Bowers Tam Brogdon

TWHNC Championship (Canter) A Strong Need For Cash Michael Wright Puttin Cash On The Line Jimmy Mcconnell Another Nine Yards Ronal Young Will E Walk Winky Groover

Jim & Jeannie Roberts Molly Walters Darby Oaks Stables Harry York

Friends and family greeted Maggie Kail who was all smiles after her Youth 11 & Under win with Free To Score!t

Owner JoAnn Dowell and fan club awaited Winky Groover and Jazzmine Lady in the winners circle following their Three Year Old Mares and Geldings win.

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Robert Cortner and Dance All Night might have had the biggest fan club of the night after yet another Youth 12-17 win this season!


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Chad Williams Stables crew greeted Allison Thorson and Roll The Gold after a flawless Youth Ponies ride.

Linda Garrard was elated after her Amateur Show Pleasure win with The American Choice. Charlie Green Stables crew was there to congratulate her in the winners circle!

They Call Me Kid Rock and Kelly Dunn following their Amateur Two Year Old Stallions win in Lewisburg!

Fans awaited Sue Ann Dowell and The Indy Five Hundred in the winners circle! This was one of two wins for Sue Ann in Lewisburg.

Owners Rick and Marla Lovett as well as family and friends greeted Herbert Derickson and He’s Ritz N Cash following their Open Specialty win.

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WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY AWARDS Royal ribbons and awards Ribbons, trophies, back numbers and crystal awards. Located at 889 Colloredo Blvd, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Phone or fax 931-685-0110. Owned by Keith and Suzy Johnson. BED AND BREAKFAST CLEARVIEW HORSE FARM Show Arena and Bed & Breakfast. Located at 2291 Hwy. 231 South, Shelbyville TN 37160. Call 931-684-8822 or visit www.clearviewhorsefarm.com. BOARDING The Main Gait Farm Full care stall & pasture boarding available. Indoor & outdoor arena, and 65 acres to ride on. Located at 681 Rabbit Branch Road, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Please call 931-607-8897 or 931-703-0153 for more information or visit www.themaingait.com. CLOTHING/APPAREL MARSHA DeARRIAGA, LLC Equestrian riding apparel; ready made and custom western and saddle seats. “The Choice of Champions in Fine Equestrian Apparel.” Marsha Shepard. Located at 115 South Side Square, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 931-684-3500, fax 931-684-6544 or email marshadea@msn.com. Roy Rogers Western Wear 20% off Carhartt Outerwear. Located at 1708 Huntsville Hwy., Fayetteville, TN 37334. Call 931-438-4052. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8-5, Sun. 1-4. BLING TIE AFFAIR One of a Kind Swarovski Chrystal Enhanced Designer Ties. Contact Patti Pollack at 408-202-5752 or email wiphome@ aol.com. 14500 Big Basin Way Saratoga, CA 95070 EMBROIDERY/AWARDS APPALACHIAN GRAPHICS Embroidery, trophies, ribbons, awards, back numbers. The source for all your promotional items. Located in St. Paul, VA. Call 276-762-9003 or visit www.appalachiangraphic sinc.com. FARRIERS Ronnie Tabor Shoeing Located in Shelbyville, TN. Call 937-684-1684 or email walkinshoes76@gmail.com. FEED DISTRIBUTORS CELEBRATION FEEDS Bulk and bag feed sales. “Celebrating the Horse.” Located at 10321 Rockvale Road, Rockvale, TN 37153. Contact Joe Green, plant 615-274-2661, cell 931-619-9678 or email JGreen@Celebrationfeeds.com. INSURANCE BARNES EQUINE INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance for any horse related coverage., including full mortality, major medical, surgical, stable fire, liability for training, instructions, boarding, etc. Located at P. O. Box 609, Pigeon Forge, TN 37868. Call Joe Barnes or Krissy Evans 877-332-2500, 865-774-2500, Joe’s cell 865654-2700, fax 865-774-1212 or visit www.barnesequine.com.

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JONES EQUINE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Providing all types of insurance coverage for the horseman. Full mortality, major medical, prospective foal, farm & liability and workers’ compensation. Contact Bobby Jones at 1330 Moberly Road, Richmond, KY 40475. Phone 859893-1097, fax 859-369-7952, or email bjonesins@bellsouth. net. Whitney McConnell Davis - phone 901-292-5598, fax 615-395-4152 or email whittermac23@msn.com. MARKEL INSURANCE COMPANY Providing coverage for horses and horse-related businesses for over forty years. Whether you ride for pleasure or competitively, owning a horse is a substantial commitment. The horse people at Markel can help you protect the emotional and financial investment you’ve made. Coverage’s include agreed value horse mortality with optional medical/ surgical plans, farm pack and liability only policies, independent trainer/instructor liability and excess/ umbrella liability. P.O. Box 1094 Murfreesboro, TN 37133. Contact Bill Carrington at 615-890-1163 or Holly Liddell Sanders at 931-703-0267 or visit www.horseinsurance.com. JEWELRY BEN BRANTLEY & CO. Your premier source for equine jewelry. One of a kind designs are our specialty. Over 25 years selling fine jewelry nationally & internationally. Call Ben at 931-639-7840 or 931-684-1513 or benbrantleyco@cs.com. PHOTOGRAPHY AVALON PHOTOGRAPHY Capturing the spirit. Innovative horse show photography. Creative equine portraits. Call the studio 952-922-6300, cell 952-212-3964, email jolene@avalonphotoinfo.com, or visit www.walkinghorsephotography.com. Bradley Dick Photography Portraits, headshots, action shots, on location. Other photography available. Located at 1711 Hwy. 130 W. Shelbyville, TN 37160, 931-205-7035 or 931-580-2202, email Bradley.Dick@yahoo.com or visit www.Bradleydick.com.

COUNTRY REFLECTION PHOTOGRAPHY Horse shows, farm shoots, pet and action photography, Call Peggy Stewart 540-421-9612 or email cntryreflections@aol.com. COURTNEY CHURCH PHOTOGRAPHY Located at 106 Haverford Path #7, Georgetown, KY 40324. Call 502-370-4530 (home) or 651-442-0007 (cell) or visit www.courtneychurchphotography.com. DANA DOYLE PHOTOGRAPHY Equine Photography. Booking available for shows. Proofs can be seen at www.danadoylephotos.com. Located at P. O. Box 7173, Cynthiana, KY 41031. Call the office 859-2350400, cell 859-435-0570 or email danadoyle@yahoo.com. GARY THORNSBURY, EQUINE PHOTOGRAPHER Would love to cover your show or shoot individual pictures. Located at 203 Bell Harrison Rd., Evensville, TN 37332. Call 423-827-6390, email gthornsbury@msn.com or visit www. garythornsbury.com. JACK GREENE, PHOTOGRAPHER Located at P. O. Box 33, Christiana, TN 37037. Call 615-893-3993 or visit www.jackgreene.com.

Jamie McCoy Photography Now booking for horse shows. Also, portraits, action shots or conformation shots on location or at your farm/training barn. Other photography available, including senior and family portraits. Located in Corinth, MS. Call 662-808-0323 or email jmmccoy@frontiernet.net. Portfolio at http://photosbyjamie.photoreflect.com. MOVIN’ ON Up Photography Jennifer Potts, Photographer. Horse shows, stallions, headshots and onsite shoots. Other photography available, including weddings, senior portraits, pets and family portraits. Logo and ad design. Located at 168 Amos Gammill Rd., Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 931-205-3493, email jennpotts2007@yahoo.com or visit www.movinonupphotos.com. PHOTOGRAPHY BY DEBBIE UECKER-KEOGH Located at 338 N. Cuyamaca, El Cajun, CA 92020. Call 619440-6841, cell 619-933-2730 or visit www.photosbydebbie.com. PHOTOS BY NAT Natasha Douglas, Photographer. Offering extraordinary show horse photography in the ring and at the farm. Serving the eastern United States and beyond! Located at 2212 Frog Level Road, Ewing, VA 24248. Call 865-585-4083, email tasha@ photosbynat.com. or visit www.photosbynat.com. PJ WAMBLE PHOTOGRAPHY View and order proofs online at www.pjwamble.com. Located at 1245 Cochran Cemetery Road, Lewisburg, TN 37091. Call or fax 931-359-6363 or call cell 931-993-7353. SANDRA HALL PHOTOGRAPHY Located at RR 2, Box 111, Chesterfield, SC 29709. Call 843623-6652. SHANE SHIFLET PHOTOGRAPHY Located at 2767 Lazy Pine Rd., Randleman, NC 27317. Call 336-318-2116, fax 336-318-2764 or visit www.shaneshiflet. com. SID ABERNATHY PHOTOGRAPHY Specializing in equine photography, including horse shows, on the farm and stallion, family and senior portraits. Sid Abernathy, P. O. Box 12, Shannon, MS 38868. Call 662-7678281 or 662-401-0822, email Jsid46@bellsouth.net or visit http://www.sid.photoreflect.com. TERRY YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY Located at P. O. Box 54911, Lexington, KY 40555. Call 859264-8579, 859-263-3623 or email terryyoung@prodigy.net. TLC Photography Booking horse shows now! Teresa Castle, P. O. Box 176, Means, KY 40346. Call 606-768-4221, 606-768-2457 or visit castlephotography.photoreflect.com. TOM OAKLEY PHOTOGRAPHY Horse shows, portraits and action shots. Will transfer your home movies, photos or slides to DVD. Located at 132 Mankin St., La Vergne, TN 37086. Call 615-213-2931, 615347-3835, email tomandelaine@comcast.net or visit www. tomoakley.com. PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS A to Z Promotional Products Embroidery, silk screening, caps, T-shirts, golf shirts, jackets and ad specialties. Contact Mark or Debbie Williams, Shelbyville, TN, 931-685-0200.


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WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY RIDING INSTRUCTORS Alice Klein Equestrians Certified Riding Instructor. Lessons for all ages and riding levels. Discounted packages available. Specializing in centered riding, show ring preparation and equitation. Will travel to you for private instruction. Lesson horses available in all disciplines. Located at Win A Few Stables in Shelbyville, TN. Call 931-205-2067. BALLENTINE FARMS RIDING ACADEMY Full-time riding academy, boarding, and sales facility. Lessons and summer camp. Gift certificates available. Producing North Carolina’s most accomplished riders. Located at 6921 Sunset Lake Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526. Call 919-552-3536. Find Your Gait CRI TRI CHA Certified. Find Your Gait Riding Academy has produced many accomplished competitors and champions including three USEF equitation riders. Lesson horses and flat shod training available. All breed riding and training center specializing in saddleseat. Located in Oak Grove, MO. Call 816-934-2734 or visit www.findyourgait.com. STORAGE Stor–N-Lock We have state-of-the-art covered storage/parking for motor homes and RVs. Each space has electric, water and sewer hookups. Pay by the day, week, or month! Come stay with us during any event in our area! 24 hour access. Only 1.7 miles from the Celebration Grounds, located at 1703 Green Lane, Shelbyville, TN. Call 913-684-8585 or visit www.stornlock.netoffice. TACK BEDFORD TACK, INC. Manufacturers and importers of fine quality horse equipment at competitive prices (retail and wholesale). Large selection of English and Western attire. Call for catalog. Located 8 miles north of Shelbyville. Located at 148 Ebb Joyce Road, Bell Buckle, TN 37020. Order toll free at 1-800-523-4971, fax 931-437-221 or visit www.bedfordtack.com. THE WINNER’S CIRCLE HORSE SUPPLY, LLC We specialize in tack for Tennessee Walking Horses. 603 Evans Street, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call toll free at 1-800298-7398 or 931-684-2912 or visit www.wcircle.com. welding/ fabrication/ repair Classic Custom Cycles and more Welding, fabrication & repair (in-house and portable services, aluminum and steel) from stall doors, trailer repair, cattle gates, farm equipment to attachments, etc. Serving Rutherford, Bedford and surrounding counties. 3615 Shelbyville Hwy. (231), Murfreesboro, TN 37127. Call 615893-7458, Hours Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 10-4. ALABAMA Brandye Mills Stables (Walking Horses) Training and Sales Facility. Brandye Mills, Trainer. Leon Averitt, Assistant Phone number 205-239-1938. Pinson, Alabama Choose Your Gait Farms (Walking Horses, Friesians, Minis) Breeding & Training Facility. World Grand Champions Stallions at Backyard Stallion fees. Standing: 2xWC & WGC Outta Line, WGC John

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FK’s Delight, WGC Greyline, WGC Generator’s Santana, WGC Papa’s Final Choice, WC The New York Yankee, WC The Santini, Doekle Ster Stllion, Anne 340 Sport Approved FPS Friesian Stallion, Berend (Baron WC Friesian), Bennie the 29’ Leopard App Mini. Danville, AL Phone 256-410-3194 barn, 256-606-8217 Chris Cell, 256-426-0749 Kelly Cell. Email:kellyp1153@gmail.com. Website: www.chooseyourgaitbreeding.com DOSS FARMS Walking horse breeding, sales, broodmares, weanlings, and yearlings. Jack Doss, Owner; Morrow Doss, Manager/Certified Riding Instructor. Riding lessons available. Located at 30 Doss Road, Cullman, AL 35057. Call Jack 256-708-5005 or Morrow 256-385-0401. KELLEY RANCH Full service training facility for walking horses. Junior Wilhoite, Trainer. Located at 8971 State Highway 10 East, Shorterville, AL 36373. Call 334-441-9082 or Junior’s cell 352-435-5840. CALIFORNIA Bouquet Creek Farms Walking horse boarding, colts, colt training, lessons, pleasure horses, show horses and versatility. Wendy Shaw, Trainer. Located at 30280 Bouquet Creek Canyon Road, Saugus, CA 91350. Call the stable 661-296-3951, cell 661-296-4087 or email bcf1117@aol.com. GOLDEN WEST FARMS Walking horse training and breeding facility. Scott Benham, Trainer/Manager. Lalo Gutierrez and Manual Rodriquez, Trainers. Located at 13213 Ontario Ave., Ontario, CA 91761. Call 909-947-5870 (b) or 909-923-8128 (r). Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch (Walking Horses) Boarding, Training and Breeding Facility. Standing at Stud: Our Mr. Hollywood. Robert and Wanda Pollack, owners. Lindsey Luna, trainer. 14990 Columbet Ave. San Martin, CA 95046. Phone number 931-205-2173 (Lindsey cell) 408-867-1080 (office) 408-867-7360 (fax) Email:rspwip@sbcglobal.net. Colt division, Jimmy Norris, 408-607-5798(cell) FLORIDA HARD ROCK FARM Specializing in flat shod for show and pleasure. Sheryl SkalaCarl, Owner/Trainer. Located at 5850 NE 150th Avenue, Williston, FL 32696. Call the barn and house 352-528-5775 or visit website www.hardrockfarm.com. MONTEVERDE ACADEMY Located just 25 minutes from Orlando, we are an international, coeducational, independent college preparatory school for grades PK3-12, with our boarding program serving grades 7-12, and post-graduate studies. We are the only private school with a Tennessee Walking Horse program and offer an on-campus equestrian center with 38 stall barns, tack/locker rooms, and three all-weather riding arenas. For more information visit www.montverde.org or call 407.469.2561. GEORGIA HOLLIN FARM, INC Full-service training facility for walking horses. Gary Hollin, Owner/Trainer. Located at 5474 High Schoals Rd., Bishop, GA 30621. Call the barn 706-769-8790 or home 706-7697750.

Sawtooth STables Walking horse training and sales. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Rogers, Owners. Brian Watson, Trainer. Located at 3730 West Ellis Rd., Griffin, GA 30223. Call Brian’s cell 770-298-5070 or Lindy’s cell 404-234-1879. KENTUCKY J & H Stables (Walking Horses)Full-Service Training and Sales Facility. Danny & Jason Hughes. Russell Springs, Kentucky. Contact information Danny at 270-779-7550 or Jason at 270-5852294 Loid Stables (Walking Horses) A Full-service Training facility. Specializing in sales and training. Tommy Loid, Trainer and Manager. Bowling, Kentucky 270-779-5633 (Cell) Rolling Acres Farm & Stables Bob Stannard, Owner. Robby Stannard, Trainer. Colt training and sales facility. Located in Lebanon, KY. Cell 859-805-8011, email rollingacres@bellsouth.net or visit www.rollingacresstables.com. SHANE MULLINS STABLES (Tennessee Walking Horses) Full service training, boarding and sales facility. Trainer/Manager Shane Mullins 37 Wild Turkey Lane, Brodhead, KY Cell 606-308-2900 TRAVIS WILEY STABLES Walking horse training, boarding and sales facility. Travis Wiley, Trainer. Located at 4600 Harrodsburg Road, Danville, KY. Call the barn 859-239-9607 or Travis’ cell 859-583-0024. MISSISSIPPI PIONEER STABLES Full-service training facility for walking horses. Lucy Watts, Manager. Dale Watts, Josh Watts and Jonathan Watts, Trainers. 4025 Highway 51 North, Summit, MS 39666. Call the barn and residence 601-276-2641 or Dale’s cell 601-660-6194. MISSOURI HUFFMAN STABLES Walking horse training, boarding, and sales. Jim Huffman, Owner/Trainer. Located at 2476 State Highway W., Ozark, MO 65721. Call 417-581-6868, Jim’s cell 417-839-6890 or Brad’s cell 417-860-8012. NORTH CAROLINA ACADEMY at BAYFIELD FARM Tennessee Walking Horse Training. Riding Lessons available with 3 TWH Certified Instructors. Boarding, and Sales. School and Summer Camps. Located less than one hour from Raleigh. Standing at Stud WC Allen’s Avenger & WGC Dillon’s Law and Order, both Reg. TWH & SSH. 6025 Highway 96 North, Oxford, NC 27565 Kevin Gilliam, Trainer/Instructor, 919-691-2569 final I think per the boss. BALLENTINE FARMS RIDING ACADEMY Walking and Spotted Saddle Horses - Full-time riding academy, boarding and sales facility. Lessons and summer camp. Gift certificates available. Producing North Carolina’s most accomplished riders. Located conveniently near Raleigh, NC at 6921 Sunset Lake Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526. Call 919-552-3536.


WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY K & B BTWH, LLC Walking horse breeding and boarding. J. C. and Marceline Knight, Owners. Standing at stud Generator’s Sergeant Major. Located at 2750 K & B Farm Lane or P. O. Box 1700, Lenoir, NC 28645. Call the barn 828-754-0335, home 828754-6538 or visit website www.kbbtwh.com.

GROOVER STABLES at Saddlecrest Farms Walking horse training, sales and breeding. Standing at stud: I’m Dumas Walker. Located at P560 Airport Road, P. O. Box 1435, Shelbyville, TN 37162. Call the residence 931-389- 9131 or cell 931-703-6127. For breeding information contact Sheila’s cell 931-224-5825 or email ImDumas1@hughes.net.

RONALD MOSLEY STABLES, LLC Walking horse breeding and training facility. Ronald Mosley, Owner. Located at 213 Lindsay Creed Lane, Mt Airy, NC 27030. Call the barn 336-789-2024 or home 336-786-2299.

HARLINSDALE FARM Walking horse breeding facility. Standing at Stud: Gold Power, The Revelation, Out On Parole, Rowdy Rev. Rocky Jones, Stallion Manager. Located at P. O. Box 280, 6611 EudaileyCovington Road, College Grove, TN. Call 615-368-3468.

Self Made Farm (Walking Horses) Boarding, Colt Training, Lessons, Training, Show Horses, Versatility. 6588 NC 42W MacClesfield, NC 27852. Email: Jessie@selfmadefarm.com. Jessica Hlebak (cell) 252-883-5060 or Charlie Canipe (cell) 252-883-5511. Walk Away Farms Grandy Tuck, Trainer. Located in Reidsville, NC. Call the barn 336-616-0074 or home 336-951-3691. TENNESSEE BLAKE SIMS STABLES Walking horse training and sales facility. Located at Shiloh Farms, 210 Big Springs Road, Bell Buckle, TN (off of Highway 231 North). Call the barn 931-437-3160 or Blake’s cell 931-580-2408.

JEFF WILLIS STABLES Training, riding lessons and sales facility. Located at P. O. Box 133, Belfast, TN 37019. Call Jeff at931-993-3174. Riding instructions available by Alice Klein. Call Alice’s cell 931-205-2067 for an appointment.

JOE COTTEN STABLES Full-service training and sales facility. Hay and Shavings for sale at all times. Call 615-202-8429. JOE FLEMING STABLES Full service training facility for walking horses. Joe Fleming, Manager/Trainer. Justin Harris, Trainer. Located at 2003 Highway 64W, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call the barn 931684-0136.

BUD DUNN & SON STABLES, LLC Walking horse training and sales facility. Steve Dunn, Manager/Trainer. Located at Bridlewood Farm, 140 Hwy 82E, Bell Buckle, TN 37020. Mailing address 1620 Hwy 64W, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 256-335-3258.

Mike McCormick Stables (Walking Horses)Full service Training Facility. Mike McCormick, Owner/Trainer. Ronal Young, Trainer. Located at Highway 41-North, Shelbyville, TN. Mike’s cell (931)7035701 or Ronal’s cell (931)224-5677

CHAD WAY STABLES Walking horse training & sales facility. Located at Tan Oak Farms, Highway 41A North, Shelbyville, TN. Call 931-7033926.

MORGAN MEADOWS FARM (Walking Horses) Breeding and Sales of trail pleasure, plantation, and show horses. 1724 Meister Hills Rd., Deer Lodge, TN, 37726. Harold and Richie Flynn owners. Ph. 931-8634791. E-mail:morganmeadows@hotmail.com, Website: MORGANMEADOWSFARM.COM

DOUBLE DIAMOND STABLES Walking horse training and boarding facility. Horses for sale in all price ranges. We provide training for your pleasure horses, start to finish. Lessons available. Shelli Mehaffey, Trainer. Located at 145 Halls Mills Road, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 425-931-2772. Fantasy Farms for all your breeding, foaling, boarding, rehabilitation, special care and aging horse care needs. At stud: Cash’s Blackjack, The Dixie Lineman, Gen’s Wayhigh Willie, The Silver Bandit, Mighty Maxx, Steel Connection, Trip My Trigger and Royal Limelight. barn: 931-389-6983, Fax: 931-389-6980, Cell 931-703-5378 351 Hwy 82 E. Bell Buckle, TN 37020 FORMAC STABLES Walking horse training and sales facility. Jimmy McConnell and Dan Waddell, Trainers. Located at 2039 Walker-Tanner Road, Union City, TN. Call the barn 731-8851768 or residence 731-536-564. FREEMAN FOALS Walking Horses - Weanlings, yearlings and broodmares for sale. Breeder of WGC Ironworks and WGC Generator’s Santana. Standing at stud: Watch Out José. Located at 529 Crowell Lane, Lebanon, TN 37087. Contact Delaine Smith at 615-444-1422, 615-347-4565 or email Freemanfoals@aol.com.

Peebles Stables (Walking Horses)Full-Service training facility. Training and breeding. Dick Peebles, Manager, Sharon Peebles, Trainer. 115 Holt Avenue Shelbyville, TN cell (931)224-3425 Pleasant Valley Farm (Walking Horses)Training and Sales Facility. Alvis Porter, Owner; Brandon Stout, Manager/Trainer 525 Oakland Road, Rutledge, TN 37861 (931)224-2362 or (865)828-5641 Quality Horses for sale at all times. QUINTESSENTIAL FARM Training, boarding, riding lessons, breeding and sales. Doug Simpkins, Owner. Pat Simpkins, Trainer. Beverly Lamp, Riding Instructor. Jazz Maniac at stud. Located at 2394 West Trimble Road, Milton, TN 37118. Call 615-496-4636 Pat’s cell, 615-218-5710 Bev’s cell or 615-273-4255. tan oak farms Breeding facility. Many World Champion Stallions Standing at Stud. Jack Heffington, Owner. Call 615-390-9006. Mailing address P. O. Box 1658, Shelbyville, TN 37162. The Colt Center (Walking Horses)Training, Sales and Showing. Bobby Richards, Manager/Trainer. Located at 4308 Trinity Road Franklin, TN 37067. Bobby’s cell 615-708-COLT

WHITE OAK FARM Breeding, training and sales facility. Robert and Lisa Marbry, Owners. Vicki Self, Trainer. Sammy Sanders, Stallion Manager. Standing at stud: Silver Express, Stud Fee: $550. Located at 10023 Rosemark Road, Atoka, TN 38004. Call the office 901-458-4314, barn 901-829-3303, fax 901-458-9792, email lbrock9526@aol.com or visit www.whiteoakstallions.com. TONY YOKLEY & SONS Walking Horses - Specializing in two year olds, yearlings and show horses for sale year round. Tony Yokley, Trainer. Located at 490 Factory Creek Road, Ethridge, TN 38456. Call the barn 931-363-0191, residence 931-363-7981 or cell 931-629-8253. Valton Rummage Stables Walking horse breeding, mare care and colt preparation. Standing at stud: I’m Dark Vengeance ($400 or 2 for $700). Located in Columbia, TN Call 931-388-8166 or cell 931-9812210. WINDING CREEK STABLES Boarding , breeding, mare care, foaling and recuperative care. Mares and foals for sale at all times. Owned by the Dotson family. Brent Coburn, trainer. Located at 472 Poplar Springs Road, Kingston, TN. 37763. Call the farm 865-376-4477 or Brent Coburn’s cell 865-755-6470. TEXAS MCDODI FARMS Sales, training, breeding and yearlings. Specializing in performance, flat shod and trail. Home of Wired To Be Awesome and He’s A Major Push. Dr. Jim and Dodi Speece, Owners. Marco Suarez, Trainer. Kim Lewis, Instructor. Located at 3812 CR 530B, Burleson,TX 76028. Call the barn 817-614-0623, email mcdodi@mcdodifarms.net or visit www.mcdodifarms.com. WALKERS WEST Walking horse breeding, sales and training. Standing 7 stallions at stud. Mary Ellen Areaux, Owner. Located at 3002 FM 2728, Kaufman, TX 75142. Call 972-962-2797, cell 214-507-6032, email walkersw@earthlink.net or visit www. walkerswest.com. VIRGINIA DOGWOOD STABLES Walking horse breeding and sales facility. Performance, plantation, pleasure horses and colts for sale. Standing at Stud: Guilty As Charged and Hard Hearted Jose’. David, Mary Ellen and Codi Marie Wright. Located at 3001 Whispering Pines Road, Axton, VA 24054. Call 434-685-2830 or email Walkon@gamewood.net.

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NEWS

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Normandy Closes for horseback trail riding Horseback riding trails at Normandy Reservoir are being closed immediately. The Tennessee Valley Authority has said there will be signs posted at the entrance to the trails. Local law enforcement will enforce trail closure and are authorized to ticket any trespassers for horseback riding. The reason for the closure is in effort to help prevent more damage to the public lands and environmental degradation.

Places To Be 3 STANLY COUNTY SADDLE CLUB HORSE SHOW. Albemarle, NC 3 SUMNER COUNTY FAIR HORSE SHOW. Gallatin, TN 3 WARTRACE HORSE SHOW. Location at Jernigan Field, Wartrace, TN. For information contact Heather Beard 931-6840010 work, 931-389-6922 home or hbeard@live.com.

Belfast Show Postponed

10 ALABAMA CLASSIC HORSE SHOW. Location at Baileyton Park, Baileyton, TN. For information contact Joan The Belfast Lions Club Horse Show, scheduled for August 2, 2013 has been Kemp 205-566-6090. postponed till a later date.

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10 BUCKEYE SUMMER CLASSIC HORSE SHOW. Sullivan, OH

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AUGUST

2 4-H SOUTHERN REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. West Monroe, LA 2 159TH ANNUAL “OLD RELIABLE” GERMANTOWN FAIR AND HORSE SHOW. Maysville, KY 2 BEDFORD COUNTY FAIR HORSE SHOW. Shelbyville, TN 2 BELFAST LIONS CLUB HORSE SHOW. Location, S.W. Beech Memorial Show Grounds, Belfast, TN. For information contact Nancy Lynn Greene, 931-993-3187. 2 RUSSELL COUNTY JAYCEES FAIR HORSE SHOW. Russell Springs, KY 2-3 MIDSUMMER CLASSIC CHARITY HORSE SHOW. Olive Hill, KY 2-3 WHAM MICHIGAN YOUTH SHOW & SUMMER SIZZLER. Located at Oakland County Fairgrounds, Davidburg, MI. For information contact Gayle Dodde 734-646-3373. www. whamonline.com. 3 Bluegrass Pleasure & Walking Horse Association. Marion County Fairgrounds, Lebanon, KY 3 JACKSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BOY’S AND GIRL’S BASKETBALL HORSE SHOW. Gray Hawk, KY 3 PUTNAM COUNTY FAIR HORSE SHOW. Cookeville, TN

10 FENTRESS COUNTY FAIR WALKING HORSE SHOW. Jamestown, TN 10 MANCHESTER FIRE DEPARTMENT HORSE SHOW. Manchester, OH 10 MID-SUMMER CLASSIC HORSE SHOW. Stanford, KY 10 PWHAT FOUNTAIN CREEK TRAIL RIDE. Culleoka, TN 10 ROGER LATHAM MEMORIAL HORSE SHOW. Baileyton, AL 10 Wisconsin Fox Valley Classic at Double Bar A Arena, Oakfield, WI (Fond du Lac area). Pleasure Classes only. Contact Carol Olp at 920-725-4455 (carolp@new.rr.com) www. wisconsinwalkinghorse.org 10

WHOA SHOW. Franklin, KY

16 6th Annual Betty Freeman Memorial Horse Show-Lebanon, TN 16-17 SUMMER NIGHTS SHOW. Mason City, IA 16-17 WEST VIRGINIA STATE FAIR HORSE SHOW. Lewisburg, WV 17 Bluegrass Pleasure & Walking Horse Association. LaRue County Fairgrounds, Hodgenville, KY 17 LAUREL/LONDON OPTIMIST CLUB HORSE SHOW. London, KY 17 O-K SPOTTED WALKING & PLEASURE HORSE SHOW. Lewisburg, KY The Scoop / Page 55


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