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COVERAGE

Celebration .......................................... 34-39, 46-51, 56-59, 86-95, 106-113

CLASS SHEETS

NC Championship Class Sheet ....... 82 PWHAT/WHOA Class Sheet .......... 96 Southern Championship Class Sheet .. 83

SPECIAL FEATURES

Barn Decorating Contest ... 124-125 Celebration Award Winners ......116 Celebration Candids ............ 80-81, 102-105, 117-118 Celebration Dog Show ...... 128-129 Celebration Story .................. 20-27 Meet The Judges ............... 126-127 Riding With The Roses . 136-139, 141 WGC Walk Time Charlie ..... 16-17

COVER ADVERTISERS Walk Time Charlie ......................... FC Country And Famous .................... IFC ACC ..............................................IBC The Peanut Roaster ........................ BC Farm Paint ...................................... BC Defending The Title .......................... 1 I’m Moonlighting .............................. 2 Miss Ebony Rose .............................. 3 High Definition ................................. 4

INFORMATION

Front Covers Page .....................142 NEWS ................ 70-71, 74-75, 122 Places To Be .................. 130-131 Who’s Who ....................... 132-135

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2012 Celebration Highlights Compliments of The Walking Horse Report

WGC Walk Time Charlie

Three Year Old WGC Jose It Ain’t So It’s Saturday Night in Shelbyville! There’s just something different about Championship Saturday. Over a hour prior to show time, there was a buzz all over Shelbyville that’s just not present most any other time. Opening up the evening’s program tonight was the Lead-Line Ponies, Riders 6 Years and Under World Grand Championship, class 164, which promised to be as exciting as any tonight, as all 16 of the expected teams made the gait call to show for the Saturday night crowd as Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge. Of course, everyone had their favorite and was not shy about letting the panel know who they were. There were cheers coming from every part of the historic big oval. When the spotlight came on, it settled on the team of Rattle & Snap and Ashtyn Claire Brown, with mom Carla Brown at the lead as they made the memorable walk in the spotlight for Ashtyn Claire Brown of Columbia, Tenn. This team was reserve in this class in 2011 and won in 2012 with a unanimous decision of the judging panel. Rascal Flatts and Grace Wilhelm were reserve, with mom Kristen Wilhelm at the lead, for Byrom and Wilhelm of Bell Buckle and Shelbyville, Tenn. Texas Pete and Julia Paige Callaway were third, with mom Jada Callaway at the lead for Julia Paige Callaway of Shelbyville, Tenn. Class 165 featured the Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Ponies World Grand Championship. All 11 of the expected duos made the gate call to work for Judge Brent Grider and his panel. Making her third ride in the spotlight of the 2012 Celebration was Lilly Waites, this time with Prime Poison with a unanimous decision of the panel for The Andrew Waites Family of Hattiesburg, Tenn. The Dixie Lineman and Gail Walling were reserve for Judy McDonald and Gail Walling of Tullahoma and Wartrace, Tenn. Samsung and owner/exhibitor George Ann Pratt rounded out the top three and carried the yellow streamers back to Shawnee Mission, Kansas. Show Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship (Riders Cup), class 166, was up next bringing the professional trainers to the track for the first time of the night with seven of eight anticipated making their way down the hill to work for World Grand Championship acclaim as Judge Joel Weaver called the gaits in the class. Riding away with the roses in the division was Turnbow and Lynn Womack up for Womack & Sims of Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Line Dancer and Bill Callaway pulled into the second position for S & J Enterprises of Huntsville, Ala. Coin’s Black Stroke, a Classic Horse, and John Puckett were third for Jean O’Brien of Bell Buckle, Tenn. Class 167 brought the Walking Weanling World Grand Championship down the hill with all 10 of the expected teams working down the hill from Calsonic Arena to show off for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her cohorts. Making the memorable spotlight walk was Amanda Wright and I’m King Of The Ring for The Andrew Waites Family and The George Wright Family of Hattiesburg, Miss. and Mt Juliet, Tenn. Wright won in 2011 with the Waites & Wright Family owned Intimidator’s Cover Girl, so with this win, they retired the Dave Spence Memorial Challenge Trophy, the J. French Brantley Memorial Challenge Trophy and the KES Incorporated Challenge Trophy. My Diamond Back and Sylvester Skierkowski were reserve for Bobby and Freda Jones of Manchester, Tenn. Nat King Cole and Lynn Womack were third for Dr. Lorell Beattie of Crossville, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings World Grand Championship, class 168, was up next with 15 entries taking the track to work for the opportunity to make the spotlight ride in the class as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits. Judge Bobo informed the teams early on that there would be additional work required in this division. Entering the Amateur ranks in style, Victoria’s Secret and Maisie McSwain rode to the winner’s circle for Maisie and Mandi McSwain of Gainesville, Ga. The Royal Dollar and Lee McGartland pulled into the second position for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. Rosetta Stone and Patty Marek of Marek and Smith of Shelbyville, Tenn. It was time again for Steppin’ Into Cash. Tonight $3,000.00 was given away compliments of First Community Bank of Bedford County. Tonight’s winner was Jennifer Zeller of Science Hill, Ky. $10,000 was given away during the 2012 Celebration compliments of Shelbyville Area Merchants. What a great addition this was to The Celebration. Class 169, Park Performance Walking Horses World Grand Championship was up

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Four Year Old WGC Honors

Two Year Old WGC Nine Gold next on the schedule with all nine of the teams expected making the call to work as Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge. Making that ultimate victory ride tonight with the approval of all five judges was The Moonshine Man and Phillip Trimble up for Bob Cunningham of Talladega, Ala. Antonio Banderas and Ryan Gannon were reserve for Hall & Hall of Smyrna, Tenn. San Juan and Tim Smith were third for Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lackey of Thomasville, N.C. Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Walking Horses World Grand Championship featured 17 of the 20 with reservations making the trip down the big hill to take the rail in the historic big oval in hopes of riding away with the roses tonight. Judge Brent Grider led the panel in the class. Making that ride to the winner’s circle was Blue’s Master and Lee McGartland up for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. With this win, coupled with a win in this class with He’s Slim Shady in 2009, McGartland retired the I’m Causin’ Commotion Memorial Challenge Trophy, the Tom Jones Memorial Challenge Trophy, the Jeanne Gilmore Webb Memorial Challenge Trophy and the William D. Anderson Memorial Challenge Trophy. Defending The Title and Jason Myatt accepted the reserve WGC title for Jerry Myatt of Alvaton, Ky. Just Bet The Line and Libby Doub were third for David and Libby Doub of Estill Springs, Tenn. Class 171, brought the Trail Pleasure entries to the big oval for the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Trail Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship (Optional Tack). Nine of the 11 on the official Lions Club program worked to the track to show for the large Saturday night crowd as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits in the class. Picking up another set of roses, after winning the Equitation Championship on Monday Morning, Allison Thorson and Suiza make the winning ride in this division taking the honors home to Huron, Ohio. Gi Gi’s Lunch Money and Claire Hankins were reserve for Jennifer Hankins and Linda Vaughn of Paris, Ky. and Valley City, Ohio. Dark Picture Show and Jada Cassidy were third for Lloyd Cassidy of Mt. Sterling, Ky. During a break in the action, the Walking Horse Trainers’ Association crowned the 2012 Trainer Of The Year to Tim Smith. The Two-Year-Old Walking Horse World Grand Championship (Riders Cup), class 172, was up next and promised to be an outstanding class, as were all three of the preliminary classes, with 10 of the 13 on the books taking the rail to work and show their very best as Judge Joel Weaver called the gaits. Riding to the winner’s circle with the approval of all five judges and the loud approval of the crowd was Nine Gold and Michael Wright up for Dr. Bill and Denise McMillian of Saltillo, Miss. This duo was champions in the Two-Year-Old Stallions, Div B preliminary on Monday night. Jimmer Fredette and Dale Watts pulled into the second spot for Deborah Williams of Argyle, Texas. A Natural Nine and Todd Smith were third for Luttrell and Matthews of Alvaton, Ky. and Shelbyville, Tenn. The Stars Of The Future exhibition was up next on the program where all of the World Grand Champions of the Youth Division came to the big oval to exhibit their horses. Those exhibiting included Lilly Waites & Lined Walkin’, Youth Walking Pony World Grand Champions, who made her final ride as a Juvenile exhibitor tonight. Next, was Allison Thorson riding her Equitation mount, Time To Strut and returned later to present her Trail Pleasure WGC, Suiza. Jackson Stephens, who rode B B King’s Jazz to the Youth Park Pleasure WGC, was up next to exhibit. Sellars Veazey and American General, Youth 11 and Under WGC, exhibited next and then Ashtyn Claire Brown and Rattle And Snap, Lead Line WGC’s made their way to the ring. Lilly Waites returned with her second mount, Cadillac’s Bum, Youth 12-17 WGC. What a great presentation and what a great display of talented horses and talented young riders! Class 173 featured the Owner-Amateur Riders on Lite Shod Walking Horses World Grand Championship. Ten of the 11 with reservations worked to the track to show for their chance at a spotlight ride tonight as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits in the class. Capturing the roses and the silver in the division was Kick Start Jazz and Justin Manis riding for Justin Manis and Charlene Richardson of Mt Juliet, Tenn. 2X The Magic and owner/exhibitor Susan Coleman of Unionville, Tenn., were reserve in the class. Lil’ Wayne and Carlan Cotton were third for Jeff Gillespie of Tazewell, Va.


Owner-Amateur Riders on Four-Year-Old Walking Horses World Grand Championship, class 174, was up next on the program. Eight of the 10 expected made their way to the historic big oval to work as Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Riding down victory lane with a unanimous decision of the judging panel was the reigning Three-Year-Old Amateur WGC, I’m Pushin’ In Line and Janice Fostek up for Joe Fostek of Roanoke, Va. She’s A Shady Sister and Lee McGartland were reserve for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. Prime Country and Ann Callicutt rounded out the top of the class for John Callicutt of Seagrove, N.C. Class 175, the Park Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship featured five of the nine on the books as Judge Connie Waldo called the gaits in the class. Riding to the winner’s circle for the second consecutive year, and this time with a unanimous decision of the judging panel, was B.B. King’s Jazz and Brock Tillman up for Stephens and Womack of Grayson, Ky. Traveling Dr. Williams and Steve Sanders were reserve in the class for Sonny and Debbie Sanders of Brownsboro, Ala. Caper’s Shakes & Shadows and owner/exhibitor Don Woodson of Shelbyville, Tenn., collected the yellow streamers in the class. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Horses World Grand Championship, class 176, was up next, and of course that meant only one more class remained, the Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Championship, but first there were 10 outstanding teams showing for the roses in this division that showcased all three gaits that makes our Tennessee Walking Horse famous. Judge Chris Bobo served as lead judge for this event. Walking down that winning line was On The Line and Suzanne Moore riding for Bud Moore of Catherine, Ala. Moore was so excited about her win that she went the wrong way out of the line-up and had to turn around to go all the way back around in the spotlight. Ah, that spotlight ride was so nice that she thought she’d do it twice! This team also won the Amateur Stallion preliminary on Wednesday night. The Games We Play and Clay Mills were second in the class riding for Corbin Mills of Mt. Airy, N.C. El Zorro Star and Kenny Compton were third for Rick Compton of Tazewell, Va. It was finally the time that everyone has waited on all year, class 177, The Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Championship. After a quick drag of the track by the big orange Kubota tractor, official organist Larry Bright started his signature “Flat Walk Boogie” and it was time to call the entries to the big oval. All 12 entries presented to inspection answered the gate call for the class and Judge Nathan Clark was the Call Judge for what promised to be an outstanding class. Judge Clark advised the entries early on that additional work would be required to tie the class and to anticipate a workout. Once the initial work was complete, it was time to line up the entries, six on east side and six on the west side and remove the saddles for the conformation judging. Once this was complete, the saddles were back on and the riders back up. Five entries were asked to pull in for a workout, Walk Time Charlie, Ozone’s Cut Above All, Folsom Prison Blues, I’m Copperfield and Puttin’ Cash On The Line. All the others were asked to take the rail first for their additional work. Then, these entries were asked to park in and the entries mentioned above were asked to take the track and see which one would be the 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion. Once that work was complete, all of the entries were asked to line up on the grass on the south turn to await the judge’s final decision. Capturing the title of 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion with a unanimous decision of the judging panel was the team of Walk Time Charlie and Chad Baucom up for Holland, Kilgore and Callicutt of Decatur, Ala., Seagrove, N.C. & Shelbyville, Tenn. With this win, the Monroe, N.C. native, Chad Baucom captures his first Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Championship. He’s Copperfield and Knox Blackburn were reserve World Grand Champions riding for The Mike Walden Family of Chattanooga, Tenn. Folsom Prison Blues and Steve Dunn rounded out the top three for The Jimmy Smith Family of Oliver Springs, Tenn. Once the owner’s photo was taken it was time to take one more look at the 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champions, Walk Time Charlie and Chad Baucom and then, the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration was in the history books. What a great Celebration it was! In a year with so much uncertainty and doubt, all we had in Shelbyville was one great Celebration, proving once again, that the world’s greatest show horse always comes through. Make plans now to be back in Shelbyville next year for the 75th Annual “Diamond Anniversary” Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. It’s Championship Friday in Shelbyville at the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. Up first on the evening’s schedule was class 151A, Owner-Amateur Lady Drivers, Fine Harness. Seven of the eight with reservations worked their way carefully down the hill to show off their good walking ways and their elegant buggies and attire as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits in the class. Driving to the winner’s circle was Clutch’s Power Play and Kathy Owen at the lines for Double Springs Farm of Murfreesboro, Tenn. I’m Chesapeake Bay and Joyce Myers were reserve for Joyce Meadows and Joyce Myers of Atlanta, Ga. and Shelbyville, Tenn. He’s Extraordinary and Ashley Diamond Pollack were third for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. Owner-Amateur Lady Riders, Fine Harness, class 151B, was up next on the program with five of the seven anticipated beating the clock to show their very best for Judge Nathan Clark and his panel. Making the winning drive was Foolish Dollar and Wilsene Moody-Kwok in the cart for O & W Moody Ltd. of Delaware, Ohio. DJ Jazzy Jeff & owner/ exhibitor Dorothy Davenport of Clarksville, Tenn., was reserve in the class. Armed Assassin and Tamara Gavin-Kasser were third for Carol Ann Gavin of Wartrace, Tenn. During a break in the action, the Celebration crowd was graced with a visit from 2012 Miss Tennessee Chandler Lawson of Tullahoma, Tenn. Miss Lawson was driven around the big oval in a very nice 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible compliments of Lee Roy Cunningham of Shelbyville, Tenn. Well, it was finally time to hand out some roses! Class 152 brought the Western Lite-Shod Walking Horses World Grand Championship to the ring. All five of the expected teams made the call to work for championship acclaim tonight as Judge Connie Waldo called the gaits. Riding to the tri-color and securing their second set of roses after winning the Open English Lite-Shod WGC last evening, was Catastrophic and owner/exhibitor Laurie Toone of Shelbyville, Tenn. Lil Wayne and Bobby Richards were reserve for Jeff Gillespie of Tazewell, Va. GiGi’s Jamaican Generator and Leigh Stuart were third for Kaitlyn Rippy of Greenbrier, Tenn. Class 153 featured the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Walking Ponies World Grand Championship to the ring with all four of the teams on the official program making the gate call to work as Judge Brent Grider served as Call Judge for the event. As the spotlight searched the lineup, it finally settled on the team of Lined Walkin’ and Lilly Waites,

up for the Andrew Waites family of Hattiesburg, Miss. With this win, coupled with their win in 2010, the duo retired the J.E Beasley, Jr. Memorial Challenge Trophy, the Little Big Man Challenge Trophy and The Master Plan/Gen’s Sundance Lady Challenge Trophy. Tommy Lee Jones and owner/exhibitor Benjamin Bowen of Randolph, Miss., were the popular reserve team in the class. Roll The Gold and Allison Thorson rounded out the top three for ThorSport, Inc., of Sandusky, Ohio. Back in the pleasure division, class 154 was the Owner-Amateur Riders on Park Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship with 11 of the 15 pre-entered teams making the call to work for World Grand Championship acclaim tonight for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her cohorts. Picking up his second set of roses was B B King’s Jazz with Mikki Eldridge up for Stephens and Womack of Grayson, Ky. B B King’s Jazz was a winner last night in the Youth Park Pleasure World Grand Championship with Jackson Stephens in the saddle. He also was a winner in this same class last year with previous owner Jeanne Patterson in the irons. Tijuana Tex and Darden Gladney pulled into the second position for Gladney Farms of Minden, La. Heat Index and Lisa Baker were third for Mike and Lisa Baker of Valley Springs, Calif. It was time for Steppin’ Into Cash once again and tonight, $2,000 was given away compliments of Heritage South Community Credit Union of Shelbyville, Tenn. Bonnie Shofner of Somersville, Ky., was the winner tonight. Class 155 brought the Susan Gordon Memorial Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Horses World Grand Championship to the historic big oval. All eight of the expected teams made their way down the hill to work for the Friday night crowd for their chance to make that memorable spotlight ride tonight as Judge Joel Weaver served as Call Judge for the class. Making that spotlight ride with a unanimous decision of the panel, just as they did in the Amateur Stallions preliminary on Friday night, was He’s Vida Blue and Kay Green up for Dr. Jim and Kay Green of Meridian, Miss. Absolute Proof and Meg Callaway were the reserve champions for Ricky Young of Boaz, Ala. Sky Miles and Beth Sims were third for the Mike Chiappari family of Santa Rosa, Calif. During a break in the action, the Susan Gordon Horsemanship Award was presented in center ring to Becky Coleman of Money, Miss. Class 156 brought the Walking Horse Trainers’ Auxiliary Members on Walking Horses to the big oval with 10 entries making the gate call to work as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits in the section. Riding to the winner’s circle was Powerstroke’s Evening Star and Jill Derickson up for McGee and Ingraham of Lenoir, N.C. and Shelbyville, Tenn. It’s worthy of note that Jill Derickson won this class 20 years ago (1992) on Countdown Heatwave and 10 years ago (2002) on Solar Generated and now, in 2012, on Powerstroke’s Evening Star! Mucho Pavo and Beth Lawwell were reserve for Ty Irby of Shelbyville, Tenn. They Call Me Samson and Karen Bean rounded out the top of the class for Bill Bean of Tomball, Texas. The Trail Pleasure entries were up for class 157, Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Trail Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship. Nine of 10 with reservations worked down the hill to show their very best in hopes of walking away with a World Grand Championship title and a set of roses tonight as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits in the class. When the work was complete and the entries lined up, the spotlight turned on once again looking for a Champion in the division. The light stopped on the team of The Wicked Master and Sheryl Volkman up and taking the honors back out west for John and Sheryl Volkman of Livermore, Calif. This team preceded this win with preliminary wins in the Amateur 3-gait Trail Pleasure on Thursday Morning and the Amateur Trail Pleasure class on Sunday Night. Jose’s Firecracker and Wayne Westbrook pulled into the second position for Bob and Wayne Westbrook of Shelbyville, Tenn. A Red Ruby and Liz Gassaway were third for Liz and Mitchell Gassaway and Mackenzie Morgan of Shelbyville, Tenn. The Trainers “Ride for the Roses” World Grand Championship (Riders’ Cup), class 158 was up next. This is a fairly recent addition to The Celebration schedule, but has been a very well received class. The class is for trainers that have never won a World Grand Championship and they must have shown (horse and rider) at the 2012 Celebration. Thirteen of the 21 on the official Lions Club program made their way down from Calsonic Arena in hopes of riding away with their very first set of roses tonight. Judge Chris Bobo served as Call Judge for the class. Making that first ever spotlight ride tonight and taking the honors back to Southwest Virginia was the team of ACC and Steve Hankins up for Rick Compton of North Tazewell, Va. Miss Ebony Rose and Ross Campbell collected the red streamers for Sudie Reed of Jasper, Ala. I’m Splashed and Tim Smith were in the third position for Hillview Promotions and Lindsey Landrum of Tupelo, Miss. Wild Turkey and Keith Johnson of Shelbyville, Tenn., the reserve World’s Champion Hackney Road Pony to Wagon came to exhibit for the Friday Night celebration crowd. Owner-Amateur Novice Riders on Novice Walking Horses World Grand Championship was up next on the schedule, class 159, with 21 entries making the call, making it the largest class of the evening, to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his panel. Of course, these Novice Riders are looking for their very first set of roses as well and they were working hard to accomplish that goal. The crowd appreciated their hard work as well as it seemed everyone in the Celebration Arena was cheering loudly for their favorite as they passed the judges. Making that final ride in the Novice division and riding away with that first set of roses was Jose’s Centerfold and owner/exhibitor Bill Williams up of Ripley, Tenn. Cougar and Tommy Vinson were reserve for Dr. Tommy and Pat Vinson of Columbus, Miss. Wired For Cash and Leslie Dotson were third for the Terry Dotson family of Kingston, Tenn. The young riders were back on the track for class 160, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-17 Years of Walking Mares or Geldings World Grand Championship. Fourteen of the 15 expected made their way to the rail to work for Judge Brent Grider and his panel. Making the spotlight ride for the second time tonight was Lilly Waites, this time riding Cadillac’s Bum, making the stellar performance to capture World Grand Championship honors for the Andrew Waites family of Hattiesburg, Miss. Pushin’ That Jazz and Robert Cortner were close behind in the second position riding for Robert Cortner and Alex Luttrell of Alvaton, Ky. and Winchester, Tenn. Be Cool and Jaclyn Compton were third for Rick Compton of of Tazewell, Va. The trainers were back for what promised to be an exciting class, the 15.2 and Under Walking Horse World Grand Championship (Riders’ Cup). Six of the eight entries with reservations made the class, but never fear, they were six very good entries and promised an outstanding class. 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the panel made their decision and called the team of Mr. Heisman and Brandye Mills to the winner’s circle to collect all of the awards that come with a World Grand Championship for Randall and Sadie Baskin of Franklin, Tenn. A Strong Need For Cash and Michael Wright were reserve champions for Jim and Jeanne Roberts of Wildersville, Tenn. Jimmy McConnell and Bee Bee King rounded out the top of the class for Rachel Castaldi of Skillman, N.J. Just two classes remain on the Friday evening program and class 162 featured the Owner-Amateur Riders on Two-Year-Old Walking Horses World Grand Championship. Fourteen entries answered the gate call and Judge Jennifer Bingham served as the Call Judge for the class. Riding away with the roses in the class was I Am Mayhem and SueAnn Dowell in the irons for Jo Ann Dowell of Powell, Ohio. I’m In High Definition and Kenny Compton pulled into the second position for Rick Compton of North Tazewell, Va. I’m A Title One and Jason Myatt completed the top three in the large, competitive class for Jerry Myatt of Alvaton, Ky. The final class of the evening was the much awaited Four-Year-Old Walking Horses World Grand Championship, and what a thrilling class it should be. One could tell that the Friday night crowd was awaiting this class as well because with the hour being past 11:30 p.m., very few fans had left. They were all eager to see what this class would bring. They entered the ring to Larry Bright’s signature “Flat Walk Boogie” and all six expected made the gate call to work for the title of Four-Year-Old World Grand Champion. Judge Chris Bobo served as Call Judge for the class. Making the flawless performance to impress the judges and the crowd was Honors and Larry Edwards, champions of the Four-Year-Old Stallion Preliminary on Sunday night, riding with a unanimous decision of the panel for Dan, Keith and Kelley McSwain of Gainesville and Duluth, Ga. Siege and Scott Beaty were reserve champions for Fred Allred of Jamestown, Tenn. The Jazz Player and Jimmy McConnell were third for Jimmy and Edith Dilday of Dresden, Tenn. And with one final pass by the newly crowned Junior World Grand Champion Honors and Larry Edwards, the Friday night session of the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration was in the record books at 11:52 p.m., and all that remained was Saturday night, and we all know what happens on Saturday night! It promises to be another outstanding night of competition that you will not want to miss. Make sure you’re in Shelbyville and be a part of a Celebration like no other. You’ll be glad you did! It’s Championship Thursday in Shelbyville! It was time to call class 139 OwnerAmateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Park Pleasure Walking Mares or Geldings World Grand Championship. Three of the four with reservations made their way down the hill for their chance at a spotlight ride tonight as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits in the class. Making that unforgettable spotlight ride with a unanimous decision of the panel was B B King’s Jazz and Jackson Stephens up for Stephens and Womack of Grayson, Ky. Lindsey Landrum and Santana’s Coin were reserve for McNeely, Landrum and Cortner of Blowing Rock, N.C., Franklin and Winchester, Tenn. Fog At The Ritz and Abbey Fleming were third for Jim Upchurch of Jackson, Tenn. Class 140 brought the Novice Riders on Novice Trail Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship to the historic big oval with eight of the nine on the program beating the clock to work for their first set of Celebration roses. Judge Connie Waldo served as Call Judge for the event. As the spotlight searched looking for the next World Grand Champion in the division, it finally settled on the team of Line Item Veto and Rachel Jernigan up for Rachel Jernigan and Bo Teague of Shelbyville, Tenn. This duo claimed the Novice Western Trail Pleasure and Amateur Three-Year-Old Western Trail Pleasure World Championships on Thursday morning. Juan Carlos and Fred Weaver pulled into the second position in the event for Lisa Weaver and Lily Catherine Holland of Doyline, La. and Decatur, Ala. GiGi’s Lunch Money and Bruce Vaughn were third for Jennifer Hankins and Linda Vaughn of Paris, Ky. and Valley City, Ohio. The performance horses made their first appearance of the evening in class 141, Elite Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Horses World Grand Championship. Sixteen of 19 on the official Lions Club program worked to the track to show for their chance at the tricolors as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits. For those unaware, the Elite division is for those riders who are 50 Years of Age and Over. It was an excellent class, but there could only be one team that would ride away with the World Grand Championship title in the class and that would be the Classic Horse, meaning one 15 Years or Older, John FK’s Pusher and Robin MacDonald up for Bruce and Robin MacDonald of Atlanta, Ga. This is not the first time this team has ridden away with the roses in this division as they topped the Elite division in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 and they were back tonight with the roses. Kid Callahan and Ed Breedlove pulled into receive the red streamers for Keith Breedlove of Buford, Ga. Play Something Country and owner/exhibitor Jeff Smith of Greer, S.C., rounded out the top three in the class. It was time to get in a western frame of mind for class 142, Western Park Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship (Riders’ Cup). Six of the eight expected worked to the rail in hopes of impressing the judges and the Thursday night crowd as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits. When the work was complete, it was the popular and stylish team of Armed & Trigger Happy and Patrick Thomas riding with the roses for Cassique Plantation/ Fred and Bernice Rowan of Bluemont, Va. This team won their Western Park Pleasure Open Specialty event on Monday Morning. Dragonfire, a Classic Horse, and owner/exhibitor Jim Heiting pulled in for the reserve honors taking them home to Riverside, Calif. Double Shot Of Cash and Laurie Toone were third for Tamara Hader of Bainbridge, Ga. The young riders were up next on the evening’s program in class 143, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-11 Years on Walking Mares or Geldings World Grand Championship. All 15 of the expected teams made the long trip down from Calsonic Arena to work for their chance at the roses tonight as Judge Chris Bobo led the panel in the event. It was a great class, but only one could make that ride of a lifetime tonight and that team was The American General and owner/exhibitor Sellers Veazey of Tifton, Ga. This duo topped the Youth 11 and Under Gelding division on Friday night. Anyone who took a look at tonight’s edition of the Walking Horse Report saw the priceless victory pass photo from the preliminary class of young Sellers with an absolutely priceless smile. Ah, it was certainly a Celebration moment! Jose’s Delightful Pusher and Landon Callicutt was reserve for John Callicutt of Seagrove, N.C. The Prime Suspect and Eli Davis rounded out the top of the class for Shamrock Farms of Shelbyville, Tenn. During a break in the action it was time to draw for tonight’s Steppin’ Into Cash drawing. Tonight’s winner of $1,000.00 sponsored by Lee Adcock Construction of Shelbyville, Tenn., was Darlene Buckner of Lancaster, S.C. Class 144 brought the Owner-Amateur Riders on English Trail Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship to the ring with six of the seven on the books beating

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the clock to work for their very own set of roses as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits. Riding away with the roses in the event was GiGi’s Majestic and owner/exhibitor Jordan Howell of Murfreesboro, Tenn. This team topped the English Trail Pleasure preliminary on Wednesday morning and was Reserve World Grand Champions in 2011. Confederate Jazz and Kasey Kesselring accepted the reserve title for the Kesselring family of Montverde, Fla. Jose’s Firecracker and Wayne Westbrook were third for Bob and Wayne Westbrook of Shelbyville, Tenn. Fourteen of the 18 on the program for class 145, Owner-Amateur Riders on Show Pleasure Walking Horses World Grand Championship, made their way down the hill to the big oval to show for the Thursday night crowd, who were slightly damp from a brief rain shower, but holding on strong. Judge Nathan Clark led the panel in the large class. Making that spotlight ride in the class with a unanimous decision of the judging team was Godfather By Ultra Copy and Courtney Luttrell up for Courtney and Alex Luttrell of Alvaton, Ky. and Shelbyville, Tenn. With this win, coupled with their win in 2010, this team retired the Bedford County and Bedford County Board of Commissioners Challenge Trophy and the Bobby Luna Memorial Challenge Trophy. Turnbow and Lynn Womack were reserve for Womack and Sims of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Spooky Dollar and Stephanie Elliott were third for Stephanie Elliott and Danny Gattis of Tuscumbia, Ala. The Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Horses, 15.2 and Under, World Grand Championship, class 146, was up next on the evening’s schedule. Eight of the 10 expected made the call to work for their spotlight moment as Judge Brent Grider called the gaits in the class. Making the repeat win in the division was the team of I’m P. Diddy and Sherri Pollack up for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. With their 2011 and 2012 wins in this class, the team retired the Final Keeper Challenge Trophy, the Radford Hulan Challenge Trophy and the Steve Hill Memorial Challenge Trophy. He’s Shady In Black and Lee McGartland were reserve for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. Boure’ and owner/exhibitor Tam Brogdon carried the third award back to Panama City Beach, Fla. The pleasure horses were back for class 147, Country Pleasure Walking Horse World Grand Championship. Fourteen of the 16 entries on the official Lions Club program supplement took to the track to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his cohorts in hopes of riding back out a World Grand Champion! Capturing that title for 2012 was Wicked Image and Dr. Jana Anderson was up for Dr. Jana Anderson of Shelbyville, Tenn. This team topped the Two and Three-Year-Old Country Pleasure preliminary on Wednesday morning and the Novice Country Pleasure division on Thursday Morning. Bustline and Vicki Benjamin headed back to West Tennessee with the reserve honors for Fred and Vicki Benjamin and Mackenzie Morgan of Humboldt and Shelbyville, Tenn. Designer Champagne and Maggie Moore rounded out the top three in the class for Jim Leek and Maggie Moore of Albany, Ga. and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Riders on Park Performance Walking Horses World Grand Championship was up next on the evening’s schedule, class 148. Fifteen of the 17 expected answered official announcer Bobby Sands’ call and came to work as Judge Joel Weaver served as lead official in the class. Riding away with the win with a unanimous decision of the panel was The Concealed Weapon and Patti Pollack up for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Now, both Pollack sisters had a set of roses, as Sherri won the Amateur 15.2 Championship with I’m P. Diddy just a few classes earlier. San Juan and Eric Lackey pulled into the second position for Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lackey of Thomasville, N.C. Avenger’s Lady Threat and Lane Webb were a good third in the class for John Cabe and Lane Webb of Cornersville and Lewisburg, Tenn. Class 149 featured the Lite-Shod Walking Horses World Grand Championship (Riders’ Cup) with all seven of the programmed entries working to the track to show for that World Grand Championship acclaim as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits. Making the spotlight ride was Catastrophic and owner/exhibitor Laurie Toone of Shelbyville, Tenn. Absolut Skyy and Hannah Pulvers were reserve for Pulvers, Howell and Anderson of Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Lil Wayne and Bobby Richards collected the yellow streamers for Jeff Gillespie of Tazewell, Va. The final class, and highlight of the night, was up next, class 150, the Three-YearOld Walking Horse World Grand Championship (Riders’ Cup). Nine of the 10 on the entry sheet made the gate call to work for the final spotlight ride of the final Thursday night of the 74th Celebration as Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge. Everyone in the house tonight knew that this would be one exciting class and it certainly was, however, only one team would garner the title of Three-Year-Old Walking Horse World Grand Championship. That title would go to the team of Jose It Ain’t So and Jonathan Watts, winners of the Three-YearOld Stallion, Div. B preliminary on Friday Night, riding for Deborah Williams of Argyle, Texas. I Am Jose and Casey Wright, winners of the Three-Year-Old Stallion, Div. A preliminary, were reserve for Billy and Debbie Woods of Lexington, Tenn. Street Jazz and Jimmy McConnell were third for Rachel Castaldi of Skillman, N.J. It’s Wednesday night . . .the final night of preliminary competition of the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. Up first on the evening schedule was class 128, Fine Harness. Eight of the 12 elegant driving teams made their way carefully down from Calsonic Arena to work as Judge Joel Weaver called the gaits in the first class of the night. Making that winning drive tonight was Foolish Dollar and Brad Davis at the lines for O & W Moody, Ltd of Delaware, Ohio. Clutch’s Power Play and Scott Beaty were reserve in the class for Double Springs Farm of Murfreesboro, Tenn. A Show Down and John Puckett were third for J.W. Beard of Troy, Ala. The amateur riders were up next for class 129A, Owner-Amateur Riders on ThreeYear-Old Walking Mares or Geldings. Nineteen of 34 with reservations worked to the track to show their winning moves for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her panel. Making the winning pass in the excellent class was Mario and Allison Thorson up for ThorSport, Inc. of Sandusky, Ohio. Generating The Command and owner/exhibitor Florence Edwards of Dawson, Ga., pulled into the second position in the class. Lindsey Lohan and Kim Butler accepted the yellow streamers for Bruce and Kim Butler of Morehead, Ky. Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings, class 129B, brought 22 entries down the hill to show off for the vocal Wednesday night crowd. Judge Chris Bobo led the panel in the class. Riding to the top of the stellar class was Miss Ebony Rose and owner/exhibitor Sudie Reed up taking the honors back to Jasper, Ala. This classy young mare topped the Three-Year-Old Mare, Sec. B with trainer Ross Campbell on Saturday night. She’s Limitless and Molly Walters pulled into the second spot for the Molly Walters family of Rancho Mirage, Calif. Chips N Salsa and owner/exhibitor Nancy Groover


of Waco, Texas was third in the class. The trainers hit the track for class 130, Walking Geldings, Five Years and Over, Over 15.2 (Canter) (Riders’ Cup) with seven of the 12 expected taking the rail to work as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits. One team certainly will be famous after their win tonight and that was the team of Country And Famous and Mickey McCormick in the irons for Rick and Marla Lovett of Mobile, Ala. Paroled From San Quenton and Josh Watts were reserve in the class for Dr. Ann Rea of Summit, Miss. Like A Roling Stone and Link Webb accepted the yellow ribbon for Dr. Barbara Moersch of Jacksonville, Ala. Class 131 featured the Park Performance Walking Horses, Five Years And Over (Riders’ Cup). Twelve of the 25 on the official Lions Club program came to the ring while announcer Bobby Sands and organist Larry Bright saluted the veterans and members of the active duty military in the audience. Topping the class with a unanimous decision of the panel was The Moonshine Man and Philip Trimble up for Bob Cunningham of Talladega, Ala. San Juan and Tim Smith were reserve for Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lackey of High Point, N.C. All American Ritz and Howard Hamilton were third for Cynthia Wright of Jackson, Tenn. During a break in the action it was time for “Steppin Into Cash.” Tonight, $500 was given away compliments of Coldwell Banker/Seagroves Neese Real Estate of Shelbyville, Tenn. Yvonda Campbell of Shelbyville, Tenn., was tonight’s happy winner. So, as you can see, it PAYS to come The Celebration! Amateur Owned & Trained Walking Horses, No Professional Training within 90 days was up next on the evening schedule, class 132. Thirteen of the 24 on the program worked to the track to get some recognition for all the hard work that goes into owning and training your own horse. Judge Joel Weaver led the panel in the class. Making that winner’s circle walk tonight was ACC and Kenny Compton up for Rick Compton of North Tazewell, Va. This made ACC’s second blue of the 2012 Celebration as ACC and Jaclyn Compton topped the Youth 14 & Under Pony class on Friday night. All American Made and owner/exhibitor Chad Adams of Goldsboro, N.C., pulled into the second position. Better Stand Back and Tam Brogdon rounded out the top three for Brogdon and Heffington of Panama City Beach, Fla. and Shelbyville, Tenn. The Young Trainers were up for class 133, Young Trainers, 35 and Under, on Walking Mares or Geldings (Riders’ Cup). Nine entries worked to the track to show in the class as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits. Even though it wasn’t quite midnight yet, it was only 9:02 p.m, but that didn’t bother the team of Miss Midnight Rider and Philip Trimble as they made that special ride down victory lane for Shelia Bullington and Maria Perry of Frankin and Ethridge, Tenn. Jose’s Centerfold and Casey Wright were reserve in the class for Bill Williams of Ripley, Tenn. Goodbye Joe and John Allan Callaway were third for C & E Miller Farms of Elberton, Ga. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Stallions, Five Years and Over (Canter) was up next with nine of the 20 on the books working to the track to show for Judge Chris Bobo and his cohorts. Walking the line to the winner’s circle was On The Line and Suzanne Moore in the irons for Bud Moore of Catherine, Ala. This duo had an impressive 2012 resume already with wins at the Mississippi Charity Horse Show, the Gallatin Lions Club Horse Show, the Columbia Spring Jubilee and the Money Tree Classic. The Games We Play and Clay Mills were reserve for Corbin Mills of Mt. Airy, N.C. El Zorro’s Star and Kenny Compton claimed the yellow streamers for Rick Compton of Tazewell, Va. An always fun class was up next, class 135, Mare & Foal. The momma’s and babies were all shined up and walking down the hill towards the historic big oval. Five of the seven teams expected worked the ring in hopes of impressing Judge Nathan Clark and his staff. Walking down victory lane was the momma and baby team of Pusher’s Jr. Miss and Miss Martini with Karen McGee and Lynn Womack at the lead for Howard and Beth Henderson of South Fulton, Tenn. Getting Even and Detroit’s Dark Spirit with Alice Klein and Blaise Broccard were reserve for Maggie-Mae, Jon and Sherry White of South Lyon, Mich. Whoopin’ It In Command and The Commanding General Lee with Nathan Mills and Logan Goostree were third for Nathan Mills and Logan Goostree of Nashville, Tenn. During a break in the action, the 2011 Racking Horse World Grand Champion, Score At Halftime and Jonathan Bellamy were on exhibition to excite the Wednesday night crowd. Walking Horses, Mares and Geldings (Riders’ Cup), class 136, brought 10 entries to the ring to show their very best as Judge Brent Grider called the gaits in the class. Trouble On The Line and Gary Edwards made the winning ride in the class for Hannah McCurdy of Piedmont, Ala. This made the second win for Trouble On The Line as Dr. Tom Morgan rode to the winner’s circle earlier in the week. Escape From Alcatraz and Steve Dunn were reserve for Larry and Pam Russell of Pontotoc, Miss. Poker Face and Chad Baucom were third for Clay Mills and Kayla Baucom of Mt Airy and Monroe, N.C. The night was quickly drawing to a close with only two classes remaining on the schedule. Class 137 featured the Park Pleasure Walking Stallions, Four-Years and Over (Riders’ Cup). Six of the 12 on the books took the rail to work as Judge Brent Grider served as Call Judge for the class. Lined Up At The Ritz and Patrick Thomas, 2012 champions at the Columbia Spring Jubilee and the Money Tree Classic, rode to the top of the class with a unanimous decision of the panel for Cassique Plantation and Fred and Bernie Rowan of Bluemont, Va. Traveling Dr. Williams and Steve Sanders were reserve for Sonny and Debbie Sanders of Brownsboro, Ala. Marching Orders and Bobby Kellett were third for Ron Jones, RPC Farms of Greeneville, Tenn. The final class of the night, class 138, brought the Walking Horses, Stallions (Riders’ Cup) to the track. Thirteen entries made the gate call to work for Judge Joel Weaver and his staff. Absolute Proof and John Allan Callaway topped the division for Ricky Young of Boaz, Ala. Sweep Up The Gold and Charlie Green were reserve for Andrew Morrison of Hattiesburg, Miss. The Golden Sovereign and Tim Smith were third for Evergreen Walking Horse Farm of Shelbyville, Tenn. We’ve come to Tuesday of the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. This is the next to the last night of preliminary competition, as the championships get underway on Thursday night. The 11 classes of competition on the evening schedule certainly should provide an entertaining evening, if the rain clouds that showed up earlier this afternoon will go ahead and pass. The judges for the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration include Jennifer Bingham of Shelbyville, Tenn. (Pleasure, Halter & Performance), Chris Bobo of Shelbyville, Tenn. (Pleasure, Halter & Performance), Nathan Clark of Arab, Ala., (Pleasure, Halter & Performance), Brent Grider of Columbia, Ky. (Performance & Halter), Carol Smithson of Clarksville, Tenn. (Pleasure), Connie Waldo of Naples, Fla. (Pleasure), and Joel Weaver

of Shelbyville, Tenn. (Performance & Halter). As always, promptly at 7 p.m., official flag horse Counterfeit Dollar and Bud Seaton were at the gate and ready to present the colors and get the opening ceremonies underway. The invocation for the evening performance was given by the Rev. Glenn Forsee of the First Assembly Of God of Shelbyville, Tenn., followed by the singing of the National Anthem by Ashley Francis of Cookeville, Tenn. Up first on the evening schedule was class 118, Four-Year-Old Walking Mares (Canter)(Riders’ Cup) with nine of the 10 with reservations making the call to work for Judge Joel Weaver and his cohorts. Riding to the winner’s circle with a unanimous decision of the panel was Powerstroke’s Evening Star and Herbert Derickson up for McGee and Ingraham of Lenoir, N.C. and Shelbyville, Tenn. The Sky Queen and Casey Wright were reserve for Bob & Jamie Gullic of Harrisburg, Ill. Jose Gun Powder And Lead and John Allan Callaway were third for Tommy Jowers of Leesburg, Ga. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings, Five Years and Over (Canter), class 119, was up next on the program with nine of the 16 expected taking to the rail as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits in the class. Making that World Championship ride for the second consecutive year was He’s Wild Eyed & Wicked and Mike Walden in the irons, with a big smile on his face, riding for the Mike Walden family of Chattanooga, Tenn. Cheatin’ Danger and owner/exhibitor Trish Harrison Spivey of Morristown, Tenn., rode in to accept the red streamers. Black Cash Delight and Gail Walling were third for Mark and Gail Walling of Wartrace, Tenn. Class 120 brought the Owner-Amateur riders on Two-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings to the big oval 25 strong to work as Judge Chris Bobo served as the Call Judge. Judge Bobo advised the entries from the outset that additional work would be required in the class. Once the initial work was complete, the panel asked 13 of the original 25 to remain on hand to work for the 10 honors in the class. When all the work was finally complete, it was the team of Conga Line and Courtney Luttrell, 2012 champions at the Columbia Spring Jubilee, dancing their way to the winner’s circle for Stone Manor Farm of Alvaton, Ky. Twilight Fever and Tyler Baucom pulled into the second position for Abe Matthis of Morganton, N.C. High Society Ritz and David Sisk rounded out the top three in the class for Houston Manning and Kenny Smith of Hindman, Ky. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Ponies, Mares or Geldings, class 121, brought 13 of the 23 on the official Lions Club program to the historic Celebration Arena to show as Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge. Taking home the blue tonight was Sweet Sevens and owner/exhibitor Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio. The Lady’s Man and Maisie McSwain were reserve for Dan and Elaine McSwain of Gainesville, Ga. A Shady Character and Hayden Burks collected the golden streamers for Thrasher, Graves and Burks of Woodbury and Shelbyville, Tenn. The professional riders were back for class 122, Show Pleasure Walking Stallions (Riders’ Cup) with 13 of the 18 expected working down the hill to show for top honors in the class as Judge Brent Grider served as Call Judge. Walking to the winner’s circle was Iron Work’s Tin Man, a classic horse, and trainer Chad Way up for Ray Jones Trucking of Greenville, Ky. Beau Jazz and Justin Harris were reserve for MacDonald and Oliver of Atlanta, Ga. and Bowling Green, Ky. Coin’s Black Stroke, also a classic horse, and John Puckett were third for Reggie Pimental of Bell Buckle, Tenn. In the break between classes, it was time for “Steppin Into Cash” and tonight $500 was given away, sponsored by Duck River Electric Membership Corporation, to Iris Schumann of Shelbyville, Tenn. Class 123A was up next on the program, Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Walking Stallions. Fifteen of the 23 entries with reservations made the call to work for their moment in the winner’s circle tonight as Judge Joel Weaver called the gaits for the section. Making the winning pass in the class was Roethlisberger and Debbie McGill up for Al Morgan and Debbie McGill of New Market and Knoxville, Tenn. Gin Rio and Becky Coleman picked up the red ribbon to take home to Greenwood, Miss. Street Jazz and Bob Medina were third for Rachel Castaldi of Skillman, N.J. Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Walking Stallion, Class 123B, was up next with 14 of the 21 on the books taking the rail in the historic big oval to work for their chance at World Championship acclaim on this Tuesday night. Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Capturing the title was the team of Defending The Title and Jason Myatt riding for Jerry Myatt of Alvaton, Ky. This duo had 2012 wins at the Walking For Cancer Horse Show, the Spring Fun Show, the Woodbury Lions Club Horse Show and picked up two strong reserves at the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration. Blue’s Master and Lee McGartland were reserve for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. Command On Parole and Sheryl Crawford were third for Metcalf and Crawford of Bainbridge and Carrollton, Ga. Class 124 brought the Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings, 15.2 and Under down the hill with 13 of the 28 on the official Lions Club program to work for Judge Chris Bobo and his panel. Making her second victory ride of the night was Courtney Luttrell and this time she was aboard the good mare She’s Caliente making the winning pass for Stone Manor Farm of Alvaton, Ky. Luttrell was in the winner’s circle earlier in the night in the Two-Year-Old Amateur Mare & Gelding class with Conga Line. Jose’s Vengeance and Rae Shumate-Tysor were reserve taking the honors home to Cummings, Ga. Bella Sera At The Ritz and Patti Pollack collected the yellow ribbon for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Park Pleasure Mares or Geldings, Four-Years and Over (Riders’ Cup), class 125, came next with five of the 15 on the program working hard for blue ribbon acclaim in the class as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits in the class. B B King’s Jazz and Brock Tillman, the reigning Park Pleasure World Grand Champions, rode to the winner’s circle with the approval of all five judges for Stephens and Womack of Grayson, Ky. Heat Index and Jamey Thompson picked up the red ribbon for Mike and Lisa Baker of Valley Springs, Calif. Jose’s Baby Doll and Jeff Laughlin were third for Doris Penick of Walterboro, S.C. The Young Trainers, 35 Years and Under, on Walking Stallions (Riders’ Cup), class 126 on the official Lions Club program, brought eight entries to the track to work as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits in the class. Proving they were the real champions in the division, Absolute Proof and Bill Callaway, made the victory pass in the division for Ricky Young of Boaz, Ala. The classic horse, I’m Packin’ A Pistol and Aaron Self pulled into the second position for Rick Compton of Tazewell, Va. Jose’s Star Attraction and Justin Jenne’ rounded out the top of the class for Willard and Linda Townson of Woodville, Ala. Class 127, Owner-Amateur Novice Gentleman Riders on Novice Mares and Geld-

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ings, rounded out the Tuesday evening performance with 11 of the 17 on the books making the call for their chance to pick up their very first Celebration blue in the very last class of the Tuesday night performance. Judge Brent Grider served as Call Judge in the class. Picking up their first ever Celebration blue and taking it back home to West Tennessee was the duo of Jose’s Centerfold and owner/exhibitor Bill Williams taking the title back home to Ripley, Tenn. By the way, they secured that first blue with a unanimous decision of the judging panel. Headed back Carolina way with reserve honors was Tarheel’s Intimidator and owner/exhibitor Cliff Rivers of Chesterfield, S.C. A Kentuckian rounded out the top three as West Point and owner/exhibitor David Bullock took the third award back to Mt Vernon, Ky. With a final victory pass from Bill Williams and Jose’s Centerfold, the Tuesday night performance was complete at a quite early 10:20 p.m. It’s Monday night, the halfway point of the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. Getting the evening started off right was class 107, Owner-Amateur Gentleman Drivers, Fine Harness. Six of the eight expected made the call to work in the class as Judge Brent Grider called the gaits. It’s interesting to note that out of the six, four of the horses were grey in color. Interesting indeed. Driving to the winner’s circle for the second consecutive year was the team of Carolina Confederate and Jeffrey McGee at the whip for Laura McGee of Shelbyville, Tenn. With this win, the team retired the Scott Edwards Memorial Challenge Trophy. Clutch’s Power Play and Ben Harrell were reserve in the class for Double Springs Farm of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Foolish Dollar and Jack Kwok were third for O & W Moody, LTD of Delaware, Ohio. The trainers hit the track for the first time of the Monday night session for class 108, Walking Mares, Five Years and Over, Over 15.2 (Canter) (Riders’ Cup). Six of the 15 expected beat the clock and worked down the hill to show for Judge Joel Weaver and his staff. Making the victory ride was Main Sweetie and Phillip Trimble up for James Vernon of Booneville, Miss. Southern Dollar and Charlie Green were reserve for Bryan Turpen of Melbourne, Ky. Out On Bond and Jerry Collier were third for Harold Malone of Tuscumbia, Ala. Classic Park Pleasure Walking Horses (Riders’ Cup) was up next on the schedule with six of the 15 with reservations taking the rail to show for World Championship acclaim as Judge Connie Waldo called the gaits. Walking to the winner’s circle was Double Shot Of Cash and Laurie Toone up for Tamara Hader of Bainbridge, Ga. This was this team’s seventh 2012 blue ribbon win. Motown’s Title Masterpiece and Steve Sanders were reserve for Sonny and Debbie Sanders of Brownsboro, Ala. I’m Gunpowder And Lead and Charlie Moore were third for Kathy Baker of Lewisburg, Tenn. Now, it was time to take a look at the first section of Two-Year-Old Stallions (Riders’ Cup), Class 110A. Eleven of the 22 with reservations made the gate call to show and impress as Judge Jennifer Bingham led the panel in the section. Making that impressive performance was Keep Your Cash and Winky Groover riding for Crawford Colts of Carrollton, Ga. This youngster was a winner at the Eagleville Lions Club Horse Show and picked up good reserves at the Petersburg Lions Club Horse Show and Pulaski, Tenn.’s Red Carpet Show of the South. Ready To Play and John Allan Callaway were reserve for James Griffith and Doug Potter of Alvaton, Ky. Jose’s Double Down and Casey Wright rounded out the top three for Billy and Debbie Woods of Lexington, Tenn. To give the trainers a little more time in between the Two-Year-Old Stallion splits, the decision was made to show a class between each split, so we move to class 111, OwnerAmateur Riders 50 & Over on Park Pleasure Walking Horses. Nine of the 18 expected worked down the hill to show as Judge Jennifer Bingham led the panel in the class. Capturing the win, even after casting a shoe on the second way, which was capably replaced by Celebration farrier Louie Staton, was Tijuana Tex and Darden Gladney up for Gladney Farms of Minden, La. B B King’s Jazz and Libby Stephens pulled into the second position for Stephens and Womack of Grayson, Ky. Santana’s Coin and John McNeely accepted the yellow streamers for McNeely, Landrum and Cortner of Blowing Rock, N.C., Franklin and Winchester, Tenn. Then, it was time for the evening’s edition of the “Steppin’ Into Cash” promotion. Tonight’s prize is $500.00 sponsored by Peoples Bank of Bedford County. Tonight’s winner was Sharon Higginbotham of Lewisburg, Tenn. Then, it was time to call class 110B, Two-Year-Old Stallions to the track with nine of the 21 with reservations taking the rail to show off for Judge Chris Bobo and his cohorts. He may be “gold” but his color was blue tonight as Nine Gold and Michael Wright impressed the judges and the crowd to ride to the winner’s circle with the approval of all five judges for Bill and Denise McMillian of Saltillo, Miss. This marked this team’s fourth 2012 win with previous wins coming at the Germantown Charity Horse Show and the Woodbury Lions Club Horse Show. No Dinero and John Allan Callaway were reserve for Alan Riddley of Kings Mountain, N.C. Jimmer Fredette and Dale Watts were third for Deborah Williams of Argyle, Texas. Class 112 was up next on the revised schedule for the evening, Owner-Amateur Gentleman Riders on Show Pleasure Walking Horses. Sixteen of the 22 expected worked down from Calsonic Arena to show for Judge Brent Grider and his colleagues. Headed down victory lane in the large, competitive division was Limestone Lucy and owner/exhibitor Steve Heitmiller of Laguna Beach, Calif. Lucy already picked up one Celebration blue in the open Show Pleasure division with trainer Knox Blackburn. Ironwork’s Tin Man and Grant Jones were a popular reserve for Ray Jones Trucking of Greeneville, Ky. Star In The Making and Tyler Baucom accepted the gold streamers for Tyler and Kayla Baucom of Monroe, N.C. With that, it was time to call for the final section of Two-Year-Old Stallions, class 110C. Thirteen of the 21 programmed entries made the call to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his staff. Making the impressive performance in this section was I’m Bob Marley and Jimmy McConnell up for the Molly Walters family of Rancho Mirage, Calif. A Natural Nine and Todd Smith pulled into the reserve position for Luttrell and Mathews of Alvaton, Ky. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Master Of The Ritz and Brandye Mills were third for Stewart and Trimble of Arab, Ala. Now we’ve seen all the Two-Year-Old Stallions and didn’t they look good! What an exciting Championship class that will be on Saturday night! Next, we had the opportunity to enjoy the exhibition of our Equitation World Grand Champion, Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio, who was crowned earlier today in Calsonic Arena. This was a repeat win for Thorson, as she captured the title in 2011 as well. With the Two-Year-Old Classes complete, we get back on track and call class 113 to the ring, Elite Owner-Amateur Lady Riders on Walking Stallions. Nine of 18 worked down the hill to show their walking ways for Judge Joel Weaver and the good sized Monday Night crowd that remained on hand at 9:45 p.m. Making that sentimental journey down victory lane was Lined With Poison and Lucky Collins up for Don and Lucky Collins of Bell Buckle, Tenn. John FK’s Pusher and Robin McDonald were reserve for Bruce and Robin MacDon-

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ald of Atlanta, Ga. Star and owner/exhibitor Wilsene Moody-Kwok of Delaware, Ohio and Shelbyville, Tenn., were third. The trainers were back for class 114, Walking Mares, 15.2 and Under (Canter) (Riders’ Cup) with three of the nine in the official Lions Club program making the gate call to work as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits in the class. Dance All Night and Tim Smith rode away with the win in the division with a unanimous decision of the panel for Rita Hudgens of Franklin, Tenn. Miss Sharon Stone and Eddie Barclay were reserve for Noel Botsch of Jackson, Mo. Sweepstakes Gypsy Lady and Mickey McCormick were third for Jeannae Patterson of Gulf Hammock, Fla. Class 115 brought the Owner-Amateur Riders on Park Performance Walking Horses to the historic big oval with 12 of the 15 on the books making the call to work as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits for the division. Making the winning ride was the reigning WGC Park Performance team of The Concealed Weapon and Patti Pollack up for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. This team has become quite the familiar face in this division as they have captured top honors in this class in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011 and now 2012, and they did it this year with a unanimous decision of the panel. Ted Who and Mike Walden pulled in for the red streamers for the Mike Walden family of Chattanooga, Tenn. Antonio Banderas and Jennifer Hall rounded out the top of the class for Hall and Hall of Smyrna, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings, class 116 was up next on the schedule with 16 entries making the gate call to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his staff. Capturing the blue in the division was Victoria’s Secret and Maisie McSwain in the irons for Maisie and Mandi McSwain of Gainesville, Ga. This duo had 2012 wins at Edison, Ga. and the Columbia Spring Jubilee and secured this win with a unanimous decision of the panel. A Specialist and Gail Walling were reserve for Judy McDonald of Tullahoma, Tenn. Country & Famous and Miles Irby were third for Rick and Marla Lovett of Mobile, Ala. Finally, it was the class that the Monday Night crowd stayed around for, class 117, Walking Stallions, 15.2 and Under (Canter) (Riders’ Cup). Eleven of the 22 expected worked down from Calsonic Arena to work to impress the judges and the crowd as Judge Brent Grider led the panel in the final class of the night. Riding to the winner’s circle was Bee Bee King and Jimmy McConnell up for Rachel Castaldi of Skillman, N.J. With this win, and a previous win in 2008, the team retired the Lottery Memorial Challenge Trophy and The Paul Watlington Memorial Challenge Trophy. Mr. Heisman and Brandye Mills were reserve for Randall and Sadie Baskin of Franklin, Tenn. A Strong Need For Cash and Michael Wright were third for Jim and Jeanne Roberts of Wildersville, Tenn. It was one great class and will certainly make for another great Championship come Friday Night. It’s Monday morning in Shelbyville and that means it’s the final morning performance of the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. The morning schedule features 13 classes from the Trail Pleasure, Lite-Shod, Plantation Pleasure, Park Pleasure, Show Pleasure, Equitation and Halter divisions highlighted by the Auxiliary Equitation, Youth Medal Championship (Canter). Up first on the morning schedule was class 94, Flat Shod Pleasure Driving, 2 or 4 Wheel Vehicle. Eight of the ten expected drove up to Calsonic Arena to work as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits in the first class of the morning. Making the winning drive was Overpass and Patti Pollack at the lines for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Jose’s Baby Doll and Jeff Laughlin were reserve for Doris Penick of Walterboro, S.C. Score’s Heartbreaker and owner/exhibitor Kathy Owen of Murfreesboro, Tenn., rounded out the top three in the class. It was time to get in the western way for class 95, Western Lite-Shod Walking Horses (Riders Cup) with four of the seven with reservations made their way to the rail to show as Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge for the class. Walking their way down victory lane with the approval of all five judges was Catastrophic and owner/exhibitor Laurie Toone of Shelbyville, Tenn. This makes Catastrophic’s third 2012 Celebration win as Mackenzie Morgan captured a blue on Friday morning and Toone was in the saddle on Friday night winning the blue. Leigh Stuart and Gigi’s Jamaican Generator were reserve for Leigh Stuart of Alvaton, Ky. Major Orders and Evan Morgan were third for Westmark Farms of Somerville, Tenn. Equitation Riders 18 and over (Canter) was up next in class 96E with 2 of the 3 expected making the gate call to show for Judge Brent Grider and his panel. Once the rail work was complete, individual pattern work was required. When all of the work was complete, it was Rachel Burch of College Grove, Tenn., a past Youth Equitation WGC, riding to the winner’s circle this morning. Carmen Franck of Montpelier, Wa., was reserve in the class. The Park Pleasure entries were up next for class 97, Owner-Amateur Novice Youth Riders 6-17 on Novice Park Pleasure Walking Mares or Geldings. Three of the four on the official Lions Club program made their way up from the warm up ring to work for their chance at their very first Celebration blue. Judge Carol Smithson served as Call Judge for the class. Riding out of the Novice division this morning was Tyler Diamond Pollack and Overpass for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. This was Overpass’ second win of the morning as Patti Pollack drove to the win in the Pleasure Driving class. The Grizzly and Mackenzie Niston were reserve for David Mesimer of Statesville, N.C. Stolen Gem and Brooke Morris collected the yellow streamers for Jim, Jason and Brooke Morris of Perryville, Mo. Staying in the Novice division, class 98 featured the Owner-Amateur Novice Riders on Novice Lite-Shod Walking Horses with 11 of the 17 on the program making the call to work for their chance at that coveted Celebration blue as Judge Connie Waldo called the gaits in the class. Heading out of the Novice division this morning were Absolut Skyy and Jana Anderson up for Pulvers, Howell and Anderson of Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Kick Start Jazz and Justin Manis were reserve for Justin Manis and Charlene Richardson of Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Caterpillar and Frank Mosley were third for Westmark Farm, Hunter Morgan and Frank Mosley of Somerville and Shelbyville, Tenn. Class 99 brought the Owner-Amateur Riders on Plantation Pleasure Walking Horses to the ring with two entries making the call to work as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits for the event. Riding to the winner’s circle for the second time for the 2012 Celebration was Hello I’m Johnny Cash and Sherri Pollack riding for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Gen’s Double Action and owner/exhibitor Rufus Dale of Canton, N.C. were reserve. The babies of the industry, the weanlings, were up next in class 100, Weanling Colts, of 2012 Foal. Seventeen of the 18 on the official Lions Club program walked their way up to Calsonic Arena to show off their best looks and moves for Judge Joel Weaver and


his panel. Taking control of the competition and making that victory walk was I’m King Of The Ring and Amanda Wright at the lead for The George Wright Family of Mt. Juliet, Tenn. The Illuminati and Karen McGee walked into the second position for Debbie Davis of Shelbyville, Tenn. My Diamond Back and Sylvester Skierkowski picked up the golden streamers for Bobby and Freda Jones of Manchester, Tenn. Adding a little variety to the Monday Morning schedule, class 101 brought the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-17 Years on Show Pleasure Walking Mares or Geldings to Calsonic Arena with six of the 18 with reservations taking the rail to work for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her cohorts. Santana’s Renaissance Man and owner/exhibitor Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio, rode away with the win in the division. This marked their sixth win as a team during the 2012 show season. Bronco Billy and Jessie Laughin accepted the red ribbon for Joe Laughlin of Waynesville, Mo. Perfection of Jazz and Hailey Puckett were third for King and Way of Shelbyville, Tenn. Back in the Trail Pleasure division, class 102 featured the Owner-Amateur Novice Riders on Novice English Trail Pleasure Walking Horses. Fifteen of the 21 expected came to work for their shot at that very first Celebration blue as Judge Chris Bobo led the panel in the class. Riding out of the Novice division this morning was the team of Contemporary Jazz and Kasey Kesselring riding proudly for Kesselring and Gray of Montverde, Fla. Wicked Endeavor and Jana Anderson were reserve for Allen, Irby and Anderson of Pleasanton, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Gi Gi’s Lunch Money and Bruce Vaughn were third for Jennifer Hankins and Linda Vaughn of Paris, Ky. and Valley City, Ohio. Three of the eight expected beat the clock to work in class 103, Western Park Pleasure Walking Horses (Riders Cup). Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge in the class. Happy to walk to the winner’s circle with a unanimous decision of the panel was the team of Armed & Trigger Happy and Patrick Thomas riding for Cassique Plantation and Fred and Bernie Rowan of Bluemont, Va. Dark Spirit’s Mack Daddy and Leigh Stuart were reserve for Shirley Stuart of Bowling Green, Ky. Lights On Cody and Jeff Byrom rounded out the class for Larry and Joe Allman of Shelbyville, Tenn. It was time to hand out some roses in Calsonic Arena as class 104E brought the Auxiliary Equitation, Youth Medal Championship (Canter) to the ring with seven entries on hand to work for championship acclaim. Of course, Equitation is the art of riding a horse and is judged solely on the rider and not the horse. Once the rail work was complete, it was time to line up for the individual inspections and pattern work. When the work was complete, announcer Mark Farrar, Jr., called Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio, champions in 2011 as well, to the winner’s circle and advised she had won the title with a unanimous decision of the judging panel. With this win, Thorson retired the Alice Eve Klein Equitation Challenge Trophy. She will be back in the big oval this evening after class 110C to make her exhibition for the Monday night crowd. Kaitlyn Rippy of Greenbrier, Tenn., was reserve in the class, while Allison Lane Holt of Shelbyville, Tenn., was third. Lite-Shod Walking Horses, Two Years Old (Riders Cup), class 105, was up next with 10 of the 12 on the program beating the clock to work as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits in the next to the last class of the Monday Morning performance. Making that victory ride in the division was I’m Magic Mike and Allison Smart up for Phyllis Langley of Sandpoint, Id. This duo had already picked up a win in the same division at the International Grand Championships. Pusher’s Arc and owner/exhibitor Laurie Toone of Shelbyville, Tenn., pulled into the reserve position. A Major Gold Strike and Jeff Laughlin rounded out the top of the class for Doris Penick of Walterboro, S.C. Class 106, Weanling Fillies, of 2012 Foal, rounded out the Monday morning performance with all 12 of the expected teams walking their way to Calsonic Arena to show off for Judge Nathan Clark and his panel. She’s A Real Diamond and Robert Nelms made that walk to the winner’s circle this morning for Carol Hargett of Shelbyville, Tenn. Adorable Diamond and Beverly Lamp pulled in to accept the red streamers for Keith and Lorraine Rosbury of Bell Buckle, Tenn. Miss Martini and Karen McGee were third for Howard and Beth Henderson of South Fulton, Tenn. Ah, Sunday . . .A day of rest! Not during the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration! While there were no day classes, there was activity all over the grounds today including the WHTA Trainers’ Auxiliary Dog Show in Calsonic Arena and tonight, the action resumes in the historic Celebration Arena with 13 classes of competition on the evening’s schedule, highlighted by the final class of the evening, the Four-Year-Old Walking Stallions. The first class on the evening’s schedule was class 82, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-14 Years on Walking Mares or Geldings. As the horses made their way down the hill, organist Larry Bright opened the show in his usual Sunday Evening style, with “Just A Closer Walk With Thee,” as he has for all the years that he has played at The Celebration. Eleven of the 21 with reservations made the gate call to work for Judge Brent Grider and his panel. This duo was champions at the Tazewell County Classic and reserve champions at the Spring Fun Show in 2012. Walking away with the win was the team of Be Cool and Jaclyn Compton up for Rick Compton of Tazewell, Va. Jose’ Caliente and owner/exhibitor Chris Elliott of Tuscumbia, Ala., rode into the second position. Stemwinder and Kosten McWaters were third for LaRue McWaters of Ashford, Ala. The Park Pleasure entries took to the rail for class 83, Owner-Amateur Riders on Classic Park Pleasure Walking Horses with nine of the 14 on the official Lions Club program working to the rail as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits in the class. Riding to the winner’s circle was MP1 and Katie West up for Katie West and Jane Hill of Murfreesboro and Church Hill, Tenn. Headed back Marshall County way with reserve honors was I’m Gunpowder And Lead and owner/exhibitor Kathy Baker of Lewisburg, Tenn. Motown’s Title Masterpiece and Justin Manis rounded out the top three for Sonny and Debbie Sanders of Brownsboro, Ala. Class 84 brought the Elite Owner-Amateur Lady Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings to the big oval. Ten of the 19 expected came to show off for the Sunday Night crowd as Judge Joel Weaver led the panel in the section. If there was one team that was sky high after making a great performance and riding to the winner’s circle with a unanimous decision of the judging panel it was Rocky Mountain Sky and Robin MacDonald as they did just that riding for Bruce and Robin MacDonald Of Atlanta, Ga. Dollar’s Bright Star and Jannie Chapman pulled into the second position for Bill and Jannie Chapman of Owen Crossroads, Ala. Jose’s Miss Dolly and Jean O’Brien were third for O’Brien and McLaughlin of Florence, S.C. and Bell Buckle, Tenn. It was time to get in a western frame of mind for class 85, Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Trail Pleasure Walking Horses. Fourteen of the 22 on the books made their way to the big ring to work for the Sunday evening crowd as Judge Connie Waldo called the gaits.

Riding to the big oval winner’s circle was Wicked Gold and Sheryl Volkman up for John and Sheryl Volkman of Livermore, Calif. This duo already has one 2012 World Championship on their stall door that they won in the Three-Gait Trail Pleasure division on Thursday morning. However, it’s always fun and memorable to ride out of the big oval with a Celebration blue! A Red Ruby and Liz Gassaway accepted the red streamers for Liz and Mitchell Gassaway and Mackenzie Morgan of Shelbyville, Tenn. Bedazzled By Jazz and owner/exhibitor Lisa Baum of Shelbyville, Tenn., rounded out the top of the class. The young riders were up next on the schedule in class 86, Owner-Amateur Novice Youth Riders 6-11 Years on Novice Walking Mares or Geldings. Thirteen of the 21 on the program made their way down the hill to work for their very first Celebration blue, a memory they certainly would never forget. Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Riding out of the novice division and making a memory of a lifetime was Walk On Command and Jessica Lawwell up for Roger and Barbara Jenkins of Brentwood, Tenn. The team made this memory with the approval of all five judges. Major Genius and Taylor Stickler were reserve for Kelly Stickler of Kingsport, Tenn. Gen’s Black Gin Creation and Storm Chiappari Sims were third for the Mike Chiappari family of Santa Rosa, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. It was again time for this evening’s edition of Steppin’ Into Cash, where tonight $500.00 was given away compliments of Cooper Steel of Shelbyville, Tenn. It took two tickets tonight to get a winner, but Ava McMeen of Mt Pleasant, Tenn., was present and did go home $500.00 richer. Staying in the Novice division, class 87 brought the Owner-Amateur Novice Riders on Novice Show Pleasure Walking Horses to the rail with 20 of the 30 on the official Lions Club program beating the clock to work for their very first sentimental journey down victory lane as Judge Chris Bobo serves as Call Judge for the class. A novice no more, Spooky Dollar and Stephanie Elliott made that memorable ride down victory lane for Stephanie Elliott and Danny Gattis of Tuscumbia, Ala. Pearl Gunn and Linda Imler were reserve in the class for Linda Imler and Sally Fleck of Newman, Ga. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Jubilee’s Awesome Dream and Shannon Cotter received the gold streamers for Ed and Shannon Cotter of Rossville, Tenn. The young riders were back for class 88, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 15-17 Years on Walking Ponies with five of the nine expected making the call to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his cohorts. It may have been a small class, but it was certainly a very talent laden class with several past World Champions and World Grand Champions and all five have been shown very successfully throughout the 2012 season. However, there was only one blue ribbon and that honor went to the team of Lined Walkin’ and Lilly Waites up for the Andrew Waites family of Hattiesburg, Miss. With this win, coupled with their 2011 win in this division, the team retired the Billy Boyd Memorial Challenge Trophy, the David Bledsoe Memorial Challenge Trophy and the Master Plan Challenge Trophy. Roll The Gold and Allison Thorson was reserve in the class riding for ThorSport, Inc., of Sandusky, Ohio. Tommy Lee Jones and owner/exhibitor Benjamin Bowen of Randolph, Miss., accepted third. Class 89 was a very special class as it was the Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Horses, Riders 70 Years and Over. We’ve had the Classic Horse class and now we have the Classic Rider class! Thirteen of the 23 expected made the call to work as Judge Brent Grider called the gaits in the class. It truly is a testament to our breed that riders from 6 years of age to 70 years of age (and much, much older) can ride and show our horses. Not just every breed can say that! Riding to the top of the class once again was the team of Kudos For Cash and Dr. W.H. Hill up for Dr. and Mrs. W.H. Hill of Powder Springs, Ga. This win, coupled with his win in 2011, he retired his own challenge trophy, The Dr. W.H. Hill Challenge Trophy. Did I mention that Dr. Hill is a little older than 70? He’s actually 94 years young and will turn 95 in November! He won this class in 2006-2009 with Cash’s All Star and returned in 2011 and 2012 to capture the class with Kudos For Cash. Very impressive indeed! Jose’s Delightful Pusher and Kenneth Callicutt pulled into the second position in the class for John Callicutt of Seagrove, N.C. Heidi McWilliams and Ritz’s Big Dipper rounded out the top three for McWilliams Farms of Cookeville, Tenn. The pleasure entries were back for class 90, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-17 Years on Park Pleasure Walking Mares or Geldings with five of the eight expected working down the hill to show for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her panel. Riding away with the win was Santana’s Coin and Robert Cortner up for McNeely, Landrum and Cortner of Blowing Rock, N.C., Franklin, Tenn., and Winchester, Tenn. Fog At The Ritz and Abbey Fleming were reserve in the class for Jim Upchurch of Jackson, Tenn. Miss Cheyenne and Mackenzie Niston were third for Larry Mesimer and Gordon Ezzell of Concord, N.C. and Rocky Mount, N.C. Class 91A brought the Owner-Amateur Riders on Four-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings to the track with 16 of the 22 on the program making the call to work for Judge Joel Weaver and his staff. Headed to the winner’s circle, with organist Larry Bright playing “Yellow Rose of Texas” in the background was She’s A Shady Sister and Lee McGartland in the irons for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. This win was preceded with 2012 wins at the Spring Fun Show and the Woodbury Lions Club Horse Show. More Horse Power and Jannie Chapman collected the red streamers for Bill and Jannie Chapman of Owen Crossroads, Ala. Poker Face and Clay Mills were third for Clay Mills and Kayla Baucom of Mt. Airy and Monroe, N.C. Owner-Amateur Riders on Four-Year-Old Walking Mares or Gelding, class 91B, brought 13 of the 22 with reservations down the hill to show for the Sunday evening crowd. Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Riding away with the win was Dirty Sexy Money and Laura Brandon up for Laura M. Brandon of Franklin, Tenn. This team had a 2012 resume that included wins at the National Trainers Show, the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration and the Eagleville Lions Club Horse Show. Splashing At The Ritz and Sara Moersch were reserve for Dr. Barbara Moersch of Jacksonville, Ala. Powerstroke’s Evening Star and Pam Ingraham were third for McGee and Ingraham of Lenoir, N.C. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Back in the novice division for a final time tonight, class 92 brought the OwnerAmateur Novice Lady Riders on Novice Walking Stallions to the ring 15 strong with each team in hopes of walking away with their very first Celebration blue tonight. Judge Chris Bobo led the panel in the class. Riding out of the Novice division tonight was Gin Toddy and owner/exhibitor Sue Irby of Shelbyville, Tenn. Wired For Cash and Leslie Dotson remained a Novice for another day and accepted the reserve honors for the Terry Dotson family of Knoxville, Tenn. Bobby Boucher and Tammy Valmus rounded out the top of the class for Valmus and Rogers of Bell Buckle, Tenn. and Eatonton, Ga. It was finally time for the highlight of the evening, the Four-Year-Old Walking Stal-

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lions (Canter) (Riders’ Cup). Twelve of the 18 with reservations made the gate call to work as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits for the class that promised to be worth waiting for. Worth waiting for it certainly was as the reigning Three-Year-Old WGC Honors and Larry Edwards rode to the winner’s circle with approval of all five judges and the loud approval of the Sunday Night crowd for Dan, Keith and Kelley McSwain of Gainesville and Duluth, Ga. I’m Deuce and Casey Wright were reserve for Billy and Debbie Woods of Lexington, Tenn. The Jazz Player and Jimmy McConnell were third for Jimmy and Edith Dilday of Dresden, Tenn. It’s Saturday Night in Shelbyville at the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. The first class on the evening’s schedule was class 72, Owner-Amateur Lady Riders on Walking Geldings. Sixteen of the 33 with reservations made the gate call to work for Judge Chris Bobo and his cohorts. Cashing in on Saturday night with a winning performance was The Royal Dollar and Lee McGartland up for Mike and Lee McGartland of Ft. Worth, Texas. This win was preceded with 2012 wins at the Mississippi Charity Horse Show, the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration and the Germantown Charity Horse Show. Jazz Country and Patti Pollack were reserve in the class for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Bold Vengeance and Heather Beard were third for Judy McDonald of Tullahoma, Tenn. The professional trainers hit the track early tonight as class 73A featured the ThreeYear-Old Walking Mares (Riders’ Cup). Nineteen of the 28 expected made their way down the hill to work as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits in the class. Topping the section was the team of Silver Fog and Dan Waddell up riding for Rachel Castaldi of Skillman, N.J. Justin Harris and Busted At Pebble Beach pulled into the second position for Bruce and Robin MacDonald of Atlanta, Ga. I’m Fleur De Lis and Travis Craft rounded out the top three for Dowell and Smith of Powell, Ohio and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Class 73B, Three-Year-Old Walking Mares (Riders’ Cup) brought 19 of the 29 on the official Lions Club program off the hill to work in this section as Judge Brent Grider served as Call Judge for the division. From a field of 19, the winning team impressed all five judges and won their title with a unanimous decision of the panel and taking the honors was Miss Ebony Rose and Ross Campbell riding for Sudie Reed of Jasper, Ala. Strokin’ At Sunrise and Herbert Derickson were reserve for McGee and Ingraham of Lenoir, N.C. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Jose’s The First Lady and Gary Edwards were third for Maisie and Mandie McSwain of Gainesville, Ga. Young Trainers, 35 Years & Under, on Walking Horses, 15.2 & Under (Riders’ Cup), class 74, was up next on the program. Nine of the 20 programmed entries worked down to the historic big oval to show for Judge Joel Weaver and his panel. Riding to the win with a unanimous decision of the panel was I’m Packin’ A Pistol and Aaron Self up for Rick Compton of Tazewell, Va. I’m Packin’ A Pistol is a “Classic Horse,” meaning one that is 15 years of age or older. What a statement that a horse of that age is still able perform at a World Championship level. I’m Splashed and Tim Smith were reserve for Karla Landrum of Franklin, Tenn. Skywatch’s Masterpiece and Bill Callaway were third for Bill Hill of Knoxville, Tenn. Now, during a break in the action, it was time to try to give away some money with the “Steppin’ Into Cash” promotion. Tonight, $1,000.00 was given away compliments of Deb and Rick Insell, Ben and Lana Craig and Tad and Teresa Craig. The winner tonight was Valerie Nelson of Lebanon, Tenn. If you read The Report’s nightly coverage last night, you’ll recall that last night’s winner, Hunter Henson of Gallatin, Tenn., was a guest of this reporter, and no, I have not seen a commission at this point. Well, Valerie Nelson and her family were guests of this reporter tonight. Who could imagine? Think this reporter will see a commission off of tonight’s winnings? On with the horse show! It was time to get in a western frame of mind for class 75, Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Park Pleasure Walking Horses, Five Years & Over. Six entries made the call to work in the section as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits. Headed back out west with top honors in the division with a unanimous decision of the panel was the “Classic Horse” Dragonfire and owner/exhibitor Jim Heiting of Riverside, Calif. Sky Full Of Gold and Patti Pollack pulled into the second spot for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch of Saratoga, Calif. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Yao Ming and owner/exhibitor Nicole Coffey rounded out the top three in the class. Class 76 featured the Owner-Amateur Novice Youth Riders 12-17 Years on Novice Walking Mares or Geldings with 12 of the 19 with reservations making the call to work for their chance at their very first Celebration blue tonight. Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Riding right out of the Novice division tonight and winning their very first Celebration blue was Stemwinder and Koston McWaters riding for a very happy LaRue McWaters of Ashford, Ala. The Mississippi Hippie and WhitLei Green stay novices for another day and garner the red streamers. Absolute Bullet Proof and Jordan Dempsey were third for Charles and Joy Gleghorn of Fayetteville, Tenn. Class 77A brought the Two-Year-Old Walking Mares (Riders’ Cup) to the historic Celebration Arena with 16 of the 23 on the books answering the call to have the chance to work for the judging panel, led by Judge Chris Bobo, and the Saturday night crowd. Riding away with the win was Jane’s Silver Lining and Herbert Derickson up for McGee and Ingraham of Lenoir, N.C. and Shelbyville, Tenn. This win, coupled with McGee and Ingraham’s 2010 win with Powerstroke’s Evening Star, retired the Leon and Clara Jean Forrester Challenge Trophy and the Maude C. McDonald Memorial Challenge Trophy. This team had 2012 wins at the Walking With Eagle Pride Horse Show, the Liberty Lions Club Horse Show and Pulaski, Tenn.’s Red Carpet Show of the South. Atonement and Scotty Brooks were reserve for Gene Davis of Wadley, Ga. Jazzmine Lady and Winky Groover were third for Jo Ann Dowell of Powell, Ohio. Two-Year-Old Walking Mares (Riders’ Cup) class 77B, was up next on the program with 15 of the 22 expected working down the hill to show for Judge Nathan Clark and his cohorts. It was another very good, very entertaining class, but there could only be one champion and that honor would go to the team of Cash Date and Brent Coburn riding for the Terry Dotson family of Kingston, Tenn. Accepting the red ribbon was Wicked Walking Witch and Casey Wright up for JoAnn Dempsey of Tupelo, Miss. Coach’s First Lady and Chad Williams rounded out the top of the class for Hixon and Barnes of Anniston, Ala. and Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Ponies, Stallions were up next, class 78, with 12 of the 22 on the official Lions Club program answering the call to work as Judge Brent Grider called the gaits in the class. Walking the line to the winner’s circle in this division for the second consecutive year was the reigning WGC Amateur Pony, The Dixie Lineman and Gail Walling up for Judy McDonald and Gail Walling of Tullahoma and Wartrace, Tenn.

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This duo scored 2012 wins at the Spring Fun Show, the Money Tree Classic and the Marshall County Horse Show. Prime Poison and Lilly Waites were a popular reserve riding for the Andrew Waites family of Hattiesburg, Miss. Samsung and owner/exhibitor George-Ann Pratt of Shawnee Mission, Kansas was third in the class. Up next, it was time to hand out the first set of roses in the Walking Yearling World Grand Championship. Eleven entries made the call to work for that opportunity to walk in the spotlight tonight as Judge Joel Weaver served as Call Judge. Making that memorable walk in the spotlight with the approval of all five judges was Coachin’ And Preachin’ and Beverly Lamp, winners of the Yearling Colt preliminary earlier today, for Keith and Lorraine Rosbury of Bell Buckle, Tenn. Reserve honors went to Oh Pancho Oh Cisco and Roger Richards, Jr., at the lead for Dr. Roger Richards of Hendersonville, Tenn. Intimidator’s Cover Girl and Amanda Wright, winners of the Yearling Filly and Amateur Yearling preliminaries, were third for the Andrew Waites and George Wright families of Hattiesburg, Miss. and Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Class 80 featured the Owner-Amateur Novice Gentleman Riders on Novice Walking Stallions with 18 teams hoping to ride right out of the Novice division tonight and win their very first Celebration blue. Judge Jennifer Bingham served as Call Judge for the class. Riding out of the Novice division tonight was Cougar and owner/exhibitor Dr. Tommy Vinson of Columbus, Miss. Remaining a Novice for another day was Crooked Line and Benny Gray up for the Benny Gray family of Odenville, Ala. Smoke N Cash MM and Charles Stivers rounded out the top three for Glendon Stivers of Manchester, Ky. It was finally time for the classes that all the Celebration fans have been waiting on all night, the Aged Stallions. Yes, our first opportunity to take a look at the horses that will be working to be our 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion just one week from tonight! Class 81A, Walking Stallions, Five Years & Over, Over 15.2 (Canter) (Riders’ Cup) were up first and the Saturday night crowd came to their feet eagerly awaiting the entries as organist Larry Bright played his “Flat Walk Boogie.” Five of the 15 expected made the gate call to work as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits. When all the work was complete, it was the magical team of I’m Copperfield and Knox Blackburn, 2012 champions at the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration and the Spring Fun Show, riding for the Mike Walden family of Chattanooga, Tenn. This team captured their honors with a unanimous decision of the judging panel and the overwhelming approval of the crowd. Ozone’s Cut Above All and John Allan Callaway were reserve riding for George-Ann Pratt of Shawnee Mission, Kansas. He’s My Main Man and Winky Groover was third for Rising Star Ranch of Shelbyville, Tenn. Prior to calling class 81B, announcer Mark Farrar, Jr., made note of a couple of “feel good” items. He noted that tonight’s attendance was up over 2011 and the number of horses shown thus far was up as well. Two very positive notes indeed. Class 81B, Walking Stallions, Five Years & Over, Over 15.2 (Canter) (Riders’ Cup) brought eight of the 14 on the entry book to the track to show their very best for Judge Nathan Clark and his panel. When the work was complete, it was the team of Walk Time Charlie and Chad Baucom walking to the winner’s circle with an unanimous decision of the panel for Holland, Kilgore and Callicutt of Decatur, Ala. Puttin’ Cash On The Line and Tim Smith were reserve in the class for the Tommy Jowers family of Leesburg, Ga. Folsom Prison Blues and Steve Dunn were third for the Jimmy Smith family of Oliver Springs, Tenn. The stage is set for the showdown next Saturday night and it looks like it will be one exciting World Grand Championship class indeed. Don’t think that all of the excitement is done, however, the Sunday night performance promises to be just as exciting with the Youth Riders 12-14, Youth Riders on Walking Ponies Riders 15-17 and the Four-Year-Old Walking Stallions. Make plans to be back in Shelbyville and don’t miss a moment! It¹s Saturday morning in Shelbyville at the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration Up first on the morning schedule was class 60E, Auxiliary Equitation Medal Class, Youth Division, Riders 6-11 Years. All five of the expected teams made the call to work for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her staff. After the initial rail work, each entry was asked to complete their individual pattern work. Once the work was complete, the judges determined the champion to be Claire Hankins of Paris, Ky. Keely Morrow of Franklin, Ky., was reserve in the class, while Allie Avent of Bell Buckle, Tenn., was third. The young riders returned to the ring for class 61, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Western Country Pleasure Walking Horses. Fourteen of the 20 with reservations made the call to work for Call Judge Chris Bobo and his cohorts. Busting out of the lineup and riding down victory lane with the approval of all five judges was Bustline and Mackenzie Morgan riding for Fred and Vicki Benjamin and Mackenzie Morgan of Humboldt and Shelbyville, Tenn. This was this duo¹s fourth Youth Country Pleasure win of the 2012 show season and Bustline had already captured a WC title earlier in the week with Vicki Benjamin. Cowboy On Parole and Peyton Davis were reserve for Dr. Jack and Wilsene Moody-Kwok of Delaware, Ohio and Shelbyville, Tenn. The Ghost Walker and Katie Garber were third for Brown, Irby and Gerber of Lewisburg and Shelbyville, Tenn. The schedule moved to the halter division for class 62, Owner-Amateur Yearlings with 15 teams walking their way up from the warm up ring to work for Judge Chris Bobo and his panel. Walking away with the win in the class was Intimidator¹s Cover Girl and Amanda Wright, 2012 Champions at the Columbia Spring Jubilee and the TWHBEA National Futurity, at the lead for The Andrew Waites Family and The George Wright Family of Hattiesburg, Miss. and Mt Juliet, Tenn. Oh Pancho Oh Cisco and Roger Richards, Jr., walked into the second position for Roger Richards of Hendersonville, Tenn. I¹m Star Gazing and Rhonda Martocci collected the yellow streamers for Rhonda Martocci and Bradley Richards of Franklin and Arrington, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-17 on Western Trail Pleasure Horses was up next on the program with 11 of the 15 on the official Lions Club program taking the rail to work as Judge Nathan Clark called the gaits. Making the winning ride in the division was Suiza and owner/ exhibitor Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio. This duo already won the Youth Riders 1217 English Trail Pleasure on Friday morning. A Wicked Bond and Krysta Allen were reserve riding for Krysta and Rachel Allen of Pleasanton, Calif. A Red Ruby and Mackenzie Morgan were third for Liz and Mitchell Gassaway and Mackenzie Morgan of Shelbyville, Tenn. Class 64 brought the Amateur Owned And Trained English Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, No Professional Training Within 90 days to the track with 15 of the 17 expected working the rail in hopes of riding away with top honors in the division. Judge Carol Smithson served as Call Judge for the class. Just Doing My Time and Maggie Moore found themselves in the winner¹s circle after a strong performance riding for Jim Leek & Maggie Moore of Albany, Ga. & Murfreesboro, Tenn. This win made number nine of the 2012 show season for this duo. Headed back to the Lonestar State with reserve was So It Is . . .God¹s Gift and owner/


exhibitor Kimberly Coult of Livingston, Texas. The Karma Fairy and owner/exhibitor Liz Gassaway of Shelbyville, Tenn., rounded out the top three in the class. Class 65E featured the Auxiliary Equitation, Medal Class, Youth Division, Riders 12-14 to the track with all three of the programmed entries making the call to work for Judge Nathan Clark and his cohorts. Again, once the rail work was complete, each team was asked to complete a predetermined pattern. Once all of this was complete, top honors went to Kaitlyn Rippy of Greenbrier, Tenn., with a unanimous decision of the judging panel. Alexis King of Cornersville, Tenn., was reserve, while Allison Lane Holt of Shelbyville, Tenn., was third. Back in the Trail Pleasure division, class 66 featured the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-11 Years on Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, Optional Tack. All nine of the registered teams worked to the rail to show their very best for Judge Connie Waldo and her staff. Riding away with their second blue of the 2012 Celebration was Juan Carlos and Lily Catherine Holland up for Lisa Weaver and Lilly Holland of Doyline, La. and Decatur, Ala. High Tide Surfin¹ and Brady Bachert picked up the red ribbon for Brady Bachert and Stacey Richards of Wildwood, Mo. and Arrington, Tenn. Contemporary Jazz and Ashley Gray rounded out the top of the class for Kesselring and Gray of Montverde, Fla. Class 66E, Auxiliary Equitation, Medal Class, Senior Division, Riders 15-17 Years was the last Equitation class on the morning¹s schedule. These riders, and those from the other preliminaries, will return on Monday morning to ride for the roses in the Equitation Medals Championship. Four entries made the call to work in this event as Judge Brent Grider led the panel. Once again, each entry completed individual pattern work once the rail work was complete. Garnering the approval of all five judges was Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio. Thorson was the 2011 champion in this division and the reigning Equitation Medal Grand Champion and this was her 18th 2012 Equitation win. Morgan Murphy of Scott Depot, Ky., was reserve, while Meme Anderson of Bishopville, S.C., was third. The Yearlings were back on track for class 68, Yearling Fillies and Geldings, of 2011 Foal, with 14 entries working up from the warm-up ring to show their winning moves and looks for the judging panel, led by Judge Joel Weaver. Walking their way to the winner¹s circle for the second time of the morning session was Intimidator¹s Cover Girl and Amanda Wright at the lead for The Andrew Waites Family and The George Wright Family of Hattiesburg, MS. and Mt Juliet, Tenn. Silver Belle Titleist and Chris Richards were reserve for 4-J Land & Cattle Company of Waynesville, Mo. I¹m Star Gazing and Bradley Richards were third for Rhonda Martocci and Bradley Richards of Franklin and Arrington, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on English Country Pleasure Walking Horses, class 69, was up next with nine of the 14 on the books making the call to work as Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits in the class. The Ghost Walker and Katie Gerber captured the blue in the class for Brown, Irby and Garber of Lewisburg and Shelbyville, Tenn. Mr. Jessie James and Mackenzie Morgan were reserve for Ann Jameson and Mackenzie Morgan of Union, W.V. and Shelbyville, Tenn. Jose¹s Hannah Montana and Ashley Gray were third for Kesselring and Gray of Montverde, Fla. The last halter class of the morning performance was class 70, Yearling Colts of 2011 Foal. Fourteen entries beat the clock to work for the judging panel, led by Judge Jennifer Bingham. Headed to the winner¹s circle in the division was Coachin¹ And Preachin¹ and Beverly Lamp at the lead for Keith and Lorrainne Rosbury of Bell Buckle, Tenn. This talented youngster took 2012 top honors at the Liberty Lions Club Horse Show, the Woodbury Lions Club Horse Show and the Wartrace Horse Show. Oh Pancho O Cisco and Roger Richards, Jr., were reserve for Roger Richards of Hendersonville, Tenn. Jazz On My Mind and Robert Nelms were third for Carol Hargett of Shelbyville, Tenn. The final class of the Saturday Morning performance was class 71, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 on Lite-Shod Walking Mares or Geldings. Twelve of the 14 expected took the rail to work as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits for the class. Garnering their second win of the 2012 Celebration, after capturing the blue in the Youth Novice Lite-Shod class on Friday Morning, was Simple Lee Dangerous and Alex Hopkins up for Kara Graham and Alex Hopkins of Niota and Sneedville, Tenn. Major Orders and Mackenzie Morgan for Westmark Farms of Somerville, Tenn. Gi Gi¹s Jamacian Generator and Kaitlyn Rippy were third for Leigh Stuart of Alvaton, Ky. It’s Friday Morning at the 74th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration and once again, horse show fans were greeted by unusually cool temperatures in Calsonic Arena which will make for almost perfect conditions for a horse show. Promptly at 9 a.m., official morning announcer Mark Farrar, Jr., was calling class 34, Owner-Amateur Novice Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Novice Lite-Shod Walking Mares or Geldings with five of the six with reservations making the gate call to work for Judge Connie Waldo and her panel. These five young riders all worked very hard in hopes of leaving Calsonic Arena with their very first Celebration blue. Picking up that first win with a unanimous decision of the panel was Simple Lee Dangerous and Alex Hopkins up for Kara Graham and Alex Hopkins of Niota and Sneedville, Tenn. Headed back to the Buckeye state with reserve honors were Power’s W.I.Z.O. and Cassie Leith in the irons for Dr. Joe Leith of Pedro, Ohio. Command’s Big Money and Kathleen Burroughs were third for Charlene and Kathleen Burroughs of Oxford, N.C. Class 35 brought 17 of the 18 on the official Lions Club program to the rail to work in the Amateur Owned and Trained Western Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, No Professional Training within 90 days. Judge Jennifer Bingham called the gaits in this second class of the morning performance. Casting the winning spell over the large, talented class was The Karma Fairy and owner/exhibitor Liz Gassaway of Shelbyville, Tenn. Wicked Imagination and Jana Anderson pulled into the second position for Dr. Jana Anderson of Shelbyville, Tenn. Just Doin’ My Time and Maggie Moore collected the yellow streamers for Jim Leek and Maggie Moore of Albany, Ga. and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Staying in the western frame of mind, class 36 featured the Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Lite-Shod Walking Horses with 11 of the 12 expected beating the clock to work for Judge Chris Bobo and his cohorts. Riding to the top of the class was the team of Catastrophic and Mackenzie Morgan riding for Laurie Toone of Shelbyville, Tenn. This win marked Catastrophic’s seventh win of the 2012 season. Lil Wayne and Carlan Cotton were reserve in the class for Jeff Gillespie of Tazewell, Va. Gigi’s Jamaican Generator and Nick Rippy rounded out the top three for Leigh Stuart of Alvaton, Ky. Owner-Amateur Riders on Park Pleasure Walking Horses, Two and Three-YearsOld was up next on the morning program, class 37, with 11 of the 14 with reservations making the gate call to work for their chance at 2012 Celebration acclaim as Judge Nathan Clark served as Call Judge for the class. It’s not only been a lucky day, but a lucky 2012 Celebra-

tion for the young horse, Lucky Daze. The youngster had already picked up two Celebration wins with trainer Patrick Thomas, and was back in the winner’s circle this morning with a very happy Lisa Kessel in the saddle for Kevin and Lisa Kessel of Moorefield, W.V. A Little Mo Jazz and Laura Brandon were second in the class for Wallace and Laura Brandon of Franklin, Tenn. I Can’t Imagine and Mason Gassaway were third for Carol Hargett and Mason Gassaway of Shelbyville, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Country Pleasure Walking Horses, class 38A, brought 11 of the 16 programmed entries to the rail to work for Judge Carol Smithson and her staff. Busting out of the line-up and taking the World Championship honors back to West Tennessee with a unanimous decision of the panel was the team of Bustline and Vicki Benjamin up for Fred and Vicki Benjamin and Mackenzie Morgan of Humboldt and Shelbyville, Tenn. This was the team’s fifth win of the 2012 season. Mikimoto Pearl and a very happy Cindy Adams pulled in to accept the red streamers for Adams and Howard of Readyville, Tenn. Another West Tennessee entry, I’m Rose Walker and owner/exhibitor Lauren Hamilton of Cedar Grove, Tenn., rounded out the top three in the class. Class 38B, Owner-Amateur Riders on Western Country Pleasure Walking Horses featured 15 of the 16 expected making the gate call to work for Judge Connie Waldo and her cohorts. Shooting their way to the winner’s circle was Cowboy On Parole and Wilsene Moody-Kwok up for Dr. Jack and Wilsene Moody-Kwok of Delaware, Ohio and Shelbyville, Tenn. This win was preceded with 2012 wins at Athens, Ala., Arab, Ala., and Fayetteville, Tenn.’s Blue Ribbon Horse Show. The Ghost Walker and Miles Irby were a popular reserve riding for Brown, Irby and Gerber of Shelbyville and Lewisburg, Tenn. Designer Champagne and Maggie Moore were third for Jim Leek and Maggie Moore of Albany, Ga. and Murfreesboro, Tenn. Class 39 brought a little variety to the schedule as it featured the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-11 Years on Show Pleasure Walking Mares or Geldings with five of the six expected making the call to work for Judge Joel Weaver and his panel. Taking command of the division and capturing the win was Combat Commander and Dylan Young up for Sabrina Young of Mt Sterling, Ky. This team was reserve in this division in 2011 and scored a 2012 win at Olive Hill, Ky., and good reserves at Maysville, Ky. and Morehead, Ky. Another Kentucky entry, In A Danger Zone and Svanah Martin were reserve for Kelly Martin of Hopkinsville, Ky. A Classic Horse, meaning one 15 years or older, The Summit and McKenna Dempsey were third for Charles and Joy Gleghorn of Fayetteville, Tenn. Back in the Trail Pleasure division, class 40 featured the Owner-Amateur Riders on Four-Year-Old Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, Optional Tack with 14 entries working to the track to show their very best for Judge Jennifer Bingham and her staff. Topping the class was the duo of Bedazzled By Jazz and owner/exhibitor Lisa Baum of Shelbyville, Tenn. They had been 2012 winner’s at the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration, the Walking For Cancer Horse Show and the International Grand Championships. Jose’s Firecracker and Wayne Westbrook pulled into the reserve position for Bob and Wayne Westbrook of Shelbyville, Tenn. I’m Manhattan and Tamara Hader collected the yellow streamers to take home to Bainbridge, Ga. Class 41 brought the Youth Weanlings, handlers 6-17 Years with 12 entries making the call to work under the watchful eye of Judge Jennifer Bingham and her cohorts. Organist Brian Perry played “You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby” as the entries made their way to the ring and began work and announcer Mark Farrar, Jr., noted correctly that every mama thinks their baby’s beautiful, but it’s the judges job today to pick out which one’s the MOST beautiful! The most beautiful today was Adorable Diamond and Molly Vaughn at the lead for Keith and Lorraine Rosbury of Bell Buckle, Tenn. I’m The King Of The Ring and Abby Bradley were reserve in the class for the George Wright Family of Mt Juliet, Tenn. I’m Eyeing To Win and Jaron Dotson were third for Dotson Brothers of Thompson Station, Tenn. Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 12-17 Years on English Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, class 42, was featured next on the program with 11 of the 12 with reservations making the call as Judge Chris Bobo called the gaits. Walking to the winner’s circle with a unanimous decision of the panel was Suiza and owner/exhibitor Allison Thorson of Huron, Ohio. This marked this team’s 11th win of the 2012 season. Confederate Jazz and Kailin Kesselring were reserve for The Kesselring Family of Montverde, Fla. Gi Gi’s Lunch Money and Logan Hankins were third for Jennifer Hankins and Linda Vaughn of Paris, Ky. and Valley City, Ohio. Class 43 brought the Owner-Amateur Riders 50 Years & Over on Lite-Shod Walking Horses up to Calsonic Arena. Six of the 11 expected responded to the call and came to show for the 2012 Celebration panel, led in the class by Judge Nathan Clark. Capturing the title in the class was A Mountain Jazz and Jerry Laughlin riding for Joe Laughlin of Waynesville, Mo. Grandee Ann and owner/exhibitor Mike Henson of Mayfield, Ky., pulled into the second position. Armed Scarlett Lady and Evelyn Durant rounded out the top three for James and Evelyn Durant of Cornersville, Tenn. In the halter division, class 44 highlighted the Youth Yearling Fillies or Geldings, Handlers 6-17 Years. Seven of the eight on the official Lions Club program walked their way to the track to show off their moves and looks for Judge Chris Bobo and his panel. Walking to the winner’s circle was I’m A Farmers Daughter and Molly Vaughn at the lead for Bobby Jones and Gary and Karen Doss of Manchester, Tenn., and Minford, Ohio. Forgiveness and Briana Mosley were reserve in the class for Bobby Jones and Gary and Karen Doss of Manchester, Tenn. and Minford, Ohio. I’m Star Gazing and Bradley Richards were third for Rhonda Martocci and Bradley Richards of Franklin & Arrington, Tenn. Both of the final two classes featured the young riders with class 45 bringing the Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years, on Trail Pleasure Walking Horses, Two and Three Years Old, Optional Tack. All 11 of the registered teams beat the clock to work in the class as Judge Carol Smithson called the gaits for the class. Juan Carlos and Lily Catherine Holland made the good ride to capture top honors in the division for Lisa Weaver and Lily Holland of Doyline, La. and Decatur, Ala. Gi Gi’s Lunch Money and Claire Hankins were reserve riding for Jennifer Hankins and Linda Vaughn of Paris, Ky. and Valley City, Ohio. Out There And Lovin It and Mackenzie Morgan collected the yellow streamers for Amanda Odom and Mackenzie Morgan of Rincon, Ga. and Shelbyville, Tenn. The final class of the Friday Morning performance was class 46, Owner-Amateur Youth Riders 6-17 Years on Park Performance Walking Horses with seven of the eight expected taking the rail to show off for Judge Nathan Clark and his panel. Making the winning performance in the class was the team of Dos Equis and Allison Thorson up for ThorSport, Inc., of Sandusky, Ohio. Avenger’s Lady Threat and Lane Webb were reserve in the class for John Cabe and Lane Webb of Cornersville and Lewisburg, Tenn. Undecided and Kailin Kesselring were third for Christmas Creek Farm, LLC of Montverde, Fla.

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Wednesday Morning - August 22

MODEL PLEASURE MARES Grider Weaver Bingham 1339 1267 121 698 121 111 111 698 1267 1090 678 698 121 417 654 1267 654 1339 610 610 417 654 111 1090 417 1444 678 1196 1000 610

Bobo 1339 121 654 111 698 1267 595 1090 678 1000

Clark 1267 121 698 654 1339 111 1090 610 417 1000

Final 121 698 1267 1339 111 654 1090 417 610 678

tEXAS JOE BLAck/StEVE & kAtHY ZEiS PLAntAtiOn PLEASURE OPEn SPEciALtY/wHtA 2012 RiDERS cUP Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 55 55 55 55 55 55 484 484 484 484 484 484 1. HELLO IM JOHNNY CASH Sherri Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 2. GENS DOUBLE ACTION Rufus Dale Rufus Dale

1. OUT THERE AND LOVIN IT 2. STRAIGHT UP SUNDROP 3. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY 4. EL MARIACHI 5. OOPS BETTY OOPS 6. JOSES BLACK SWAN 7. HES LIMITLESS 8. JOSE MY DOCTOR 9. MY CORAZON 10. THE KINGS REWARD

1. ARMED VOO PROMISES Lynn Womack James King 2. IM A COPPERTONE GIRL Robert Nelms Rushing Creek Walkers 3. WHIMSICAL JAZZ Russel Keyser Denise Bader/Russell Keyser 4. SCORES DIAMOND GIRL Beverly Lamp Maple Crest Farms 5. ITS MY MOMENT Jeff Givens JoAnn Dowell 6. A RED RUBY Laurie Toone Gassaway/Toone 7. KINGS JAZZ DANCER Rollie Beard Mona McMillian 8. RUBY DIAMOND RITZ Rayna Latham Skierkowski/Jones 9. GETTING EVEN Maggie Mae White Maggie Mae/Jon/Sherry White 10. INTO THE NEXT GENERATION Jennifer Broadhurst Jennifer Broadhurst

LitE SHOD AOt Clark Smithson 1173 1058 118 220 1058 1330 1199 1173 1168 118 611 17 220 611 1330 1199 1156 1205 1264 1168

Waldo 118 1199 1058 1173 1168 611 17 220 1330 413

Bingham 118 1058 1168 1199 1173 611 220 1264 413 17

Bobo 1199 611 1173 1058 118 1168 220 1205 17 1330

Final 1058 118 1199 1173 1168 611 220 17 1330 1205

1. ACAPULCO Amanda Dickerson Sunset Farms 2. JOSE QUERVO GOLD Joanne Davis Morgan Joanne Davis Morgan 3. DUST BUNNY Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 4. GENS MILLION DOLLAR BABYJimmy Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 5. MISS TEDDY BEAR Betty Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 6. JAZZMANS LEGEND Dr Judy Moore Moore/Foust Farm 7. PUSH TO STRIKE Ralph Bowling Ralph Bowling 8. GENS MAJOR ONE Roger Boose Roger Boose 9. JOSE DELIGHT Lorraine Rosbury Maple Crest Farms 10. A LITTLE DROP OF IRISH Darrell Collins Darrell Collins

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OwnER AMAtEUR RiDERS On PARk PERfORMAncE wALking MARES OR gELDingS Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 656 503 656 656 364 656 491 496 496 685 656 496 364 656 503 494 491 364 496 364 491 850 496 503 662 685 364 503 503 491 503 662 239 496 685 685 494 660 850 491 239 494 239 491 685 662 497 662 685 494 494 497 850 850 850 4 497 364 660 239

OwnER AMAtEUR YOUtH 6-11 PARk PLEASURE MARES/gELDingS Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Final 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 319 319 1147 319 319 319 1147 1147 319 1147 1147 1147 1. B B KINGS JAZZ Jackson Stephens Womack/Stephens 2. THE GRIZZLY Landon Callicutt David Mesimer 3. WHAM Alana Northern Jim Gillentine

Mackenzie Morgan Kimberly Brinkman Coult Bruce Vaughn Jordan Howell Marsha Coffey Darden Gladney Madison Holloway Bo Teague Maggie Moore Kim Campbell

OwnER AMAtEUR EngLiSH tRAiL PLEASURE Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson 509 502 502 502 336 502 654 336 639 509 336 509 639 654 502 89 651 509 336 654 651 89 89 651 651 639 639 651 1157 59 1157 500 1427 1427 500 687 336 861 509 1427 1427 1427 654 687 1157 654 1157 1000 1000 1000

Odum/Morgan Kimberly Coult Hankins/Vaughn Howell/Green Marsha Coffey Gladney/Richards Madison Holloway Jernigan/Teague Leek/Moore Kim Campbell

Final 502 509 336 651 639 654 89 1427 1157 500

1. GI GIS MAJESTIC Jordan Howell Jordan Howell 2. JOSES FIRECRACKER Wayne Westbrook Wayne Westbrook 3. CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kasey Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family 4. IM MANHATTEN Tamara Hader Tamara Hader 5. GOOD TIL THE LAST DROP Rhiannon Barker Barker/Payne 6. A RED RUBY Liz Gassaway Gassaway/Morgan 7. THE WICKED MASTER Sheryl Volkman Sheryl Volkman 8. MUSIC CITY JASS Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 9. SO IT IS GODS GIFT Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult 10. STARS ALIGNED Kathy Anderson Kathy Anderson


Wednesday Morning - August 22

WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER WESTERN PARK PLEASURE FOUR & UNDER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 557 557 557 557 557 557 578 1428 1414 578 578 578 1414 1414 578 650 650 1414 650 650 1428 1428 1414 650 1165 1165 650 1414 1428 1428 1428 578 1165 864 1165 1165 864 864 864 1165 483 864 483 483 483 483 864 483 1. LUCKY DAZE Patrick Thomas Lisa Shockey Kessel 2. PRINCE JOSE Bruce Hankins Frank/Riecke 3. BREAK ME OUT Lisa Baum Lisa Baum 4. DOUBLE SHOT OF CASH Laurie Toone Tamara Hader 5. A LITTLE MO JAZZ Jeff Laughlin Wallace/Laura Brandon 6. OUT FOR PAROLE Jay Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 7. MP1 Katie West Hill/West 8. ARMSTRONG Rufus Dale Rufus Dale

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS THREE & FOUR YEAR OLD LITE SHOD/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Final 489 680 680 680 489 489 1195 489 1001 489 1195 680 860 860 1195 1001 680 1195 510 559 489 1195 1001 860 680 1237 559 1169 559 1001 1169 1195 1169 860 860 559 559 510 863 559 1169 1169 863 1001 860 510 1237 510 1001 863 510 1245 510 863 981 1169 1237 863 730 1237

1. ABSOLUT SKYY Hannah Pulvers 2. LIL WAYNE Bobby Richards 3. KICK START JAZZ Steve Sanders 4. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Leigh Stuart 5. EL PADRE Brad Davis 6. LINED WITH PROMISE Patrick Thomas 7. TIJUANNA JAZZ Jimmy Laughlin 8. NO WAY JOSE Justus CarterRachel Allen 9. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Kara Graham 10. EVA LONGORIA Jamie Bradshaw

Pulvers/Howell/Anderson Jeff Gillespie Manis/Richardson Leigh Stuart Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok Hamilton/Icardi 4J Land & Cattle Co Graham/Hopkins Randall Ferguson

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS LITE SHOD (CANTER)/ WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 657 657 657 657 657 657 1156 1156 1156 1156 1156 1156 1. JUSTIFIABLE Laurie Toone Kasey Kesselring Family 2. RAINS DUDE Carmen Franck Carmen Franck

OWNER AMATEUR ENGLISH TRAIL PLEASURE THREE YEARS OLD Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 1198 504 1198 1198 504 1198 688 1198 504 513 688 504 504 513 513 504 513 513 513 493 493 688 1198 688 493 506 977 506 506 493 119 688 506 499 977 506 499 499 688 493 119 499 506 977 499 1216 493 977 977 119 1216 117 1216 119 1216 801 801 977 558 1216 1. FUEGO, Ashley Say, Thorson/Say 2. WICKED ENDEAVOR, Miles Irby, Allen/Irby/Anderson 3. JUAN CARLOS, Lisa Weaver, Weaver/Holland 4. GOOD LUCK CHUCK, Rhonda Martocci, Rhonda Martocci 5. WATCHIN FOR THE STORM, Renee Stasiewicz, Scott/Renee Stasiewicz 6. SHES INDESCRIBABLE, Allie Dennis, Dennis/White 7. HELL ON HEELS, Belinda Mendenhall, Momb/Mendenhall 8. PUSHIN SOME BLACK JAZZ, Bryan MeHaffey, MeHaffey/Byard 9. BIG CITY JOSE, Charlie Howard, Howard/Fieth 10. KOOL FORTUNE, Shawntae Burton, Shawntae Burton

OWNER AMATEUR ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo 567 789 600 854 854 854 567 789 789 600 600 854 567 351 567 664 600 854 600 689 351 351 337 567 789 337 337 223 1134 351 789 664 351 664 664 1134 133 567 978 978 56 1244 256 689 337 331 331 689 858 256 1. DESIGNER CHAMPAGNE Maggie Moore 2. IM ROSE WALKER Lauren Hamilton 3. IM SHAKE N BAKE B J Richards 4. THE GHOST WALKER Miles Irby 5. SMOOTH TALKER 6. PLAY TOY 7. MIKIMOTO PEARL 8. JOHNNY JUMP UP

Kathy Anderson Joyce Smith Lynn Womack Rhonda Martocci

9. SHES LOOSE AND ARMED

Amanda Walker

10. EXTRA BRITE SPOT

Bryan MeHaffey

Final 854 567 600 789 351 664 337 689 1134 978 Leek/Moore Lauren Hamilton Richards/Levin Brown/Irby/ Gerber Kathy Anderson Smith/Toone Adams/Howard Martocci/ Richards George/Amanda Walker Bryan MeHaffey

OWNER AMATEUR TWO & THREE YEAR OLD ENG/WES COUNTRY PLEASURE Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 505 505 505 505 600 505 1242 508 653 508 505 600 600 600 600 600 653 653 653 653 642 1134 508 508 1134 1134 508 653 1242 1242 508 1242 1242 507 642 1134 642 642 507 642 686 642 686 686 1134 1242 1134 686 507 507 686 686 141 507 376 141 141 12 376 141

1. WICKED IMAGE Jana Anderson 2. IM SHAKE N BAKE B J Richards 3. MISS LADY ANTEBELLUM Tamara Hader 4. ITS KITTY KAT BALLOU Miles Irby 5. THE UT PAROLEE Allison Thorson 6. SHES LOOSE AND ARMED Amanda Walker 7. FUN IN THE SUN Mackenzie Morgan 8. DALES BON TEMPS Darden Gladney 9. SHES SWEET JAZZ Ashley Wadsworth 10. THE NEON MISS DEION Kathleen Nitabach

Dr Jana Anderson Richards/Levin Tamara Hader Landers/Irby/Green Allison Thorson George/Amanda Walker Laurie Toone Gladney/Richards Wadsworth Farms Kathleen Nitabach

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Thursday Morning - August 23

MODEL PLEASURE STALLIONS

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1099 112 112 112 112 112 847 679 1099 679 697 1099 611 611 611 1099 1099 611 112 847 679 611 611 679 679 1099 696 847 679 847 697 697 697 697 696 697 696 696 847 696 847 696 1. MAXXIMIZE Jeff Givens JoAnn Dowell 2. IM JACK DANIELS Rollie Beard J. W. Beard 3. JAZZMANS LEGEND Dr Judy Moore Moore/Foust Farm 4. HURRICANE DICKIE Jennifer Broadhurst Jennifer Broadhurst 5. GENERATORS TROUBADOUR Beverly Lamp Keith/Cheryl Waid 6. THE PRESTIGE Robert Nelms Rushing Creek Walkers 7. ARMED WITH INTENT Ronnie Rushing Rushing Creek Walkers

MODEL PLEASURE WALKINg gELDINgS Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1059 27 27 27 664 27 27 1059 800 664 612 664 800 664 664 800 27 1059 664 800 1059 1059 1059 800 1277 1277 1277 1277 1277 1277 612 612 612 612 800 612 1. THE TEXAS LEXUS Jamey Thompson Roger/Rebecca Emerick 3. PLAY TOY Laurie Toone Smith/Toone 4. AN INDEPENDENT COUNSEL Amanda Dickerson Sunset Farms/Dickerson 5. HOW DARE YOU Milly Player Milly Player 6. OUTLINED IN IRON Randy Young Randy Young 7. ANOTHER JAZZ ATTRACTION Lacy Reynolds Moore/Foust Farm

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OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN TRAIL PLEASURE THREE YEARS OLD Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 1198 661 661 661 661 661 513 513 513 1198 513 513 661 504 504 688 504 504 261 688 506 513 493 688 504 261 688 506 1198 261 652 499 97 261 261 1198 688 652 261 977 506 506 493 977 1187 499 499 977 977 1216 635 501 977 499 499 1198 975 504 688 652 1. LINE ITEM VETO Rachel Jernigan Jernigan/Teague 2. JUAN CARLOS Lisa Weaver Weaver/Holland 3. WICKED ENDEAVOR Jana Anderson Allen/Irby/Anderson 4. GOOD LUCK CHUCK Rhonda Martocci Rhonda Martocci 5. THE KARMA FAIRY Liz Gassaway Liz Gassaway 6. FUEGO Ashley Say Thorson/Say 7. SHES INDESCRIBABLE Allie Dennis Dennis/White 8. PUSHIN SOME BLACK JAZZ Donna Byard MeHaffey/Byard 9. HELL ON HEELS Belinda Mendenhall Momb/Mendenhall 10. SMOKIN THE LINE Tamara Hader Tamara Hader

OWNER AMATEUR ENg/WES TRAIL PLEASURE (CANTER) Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Final 89 89 89 89 89 89 681 1201 1201 1427 681 681 1427 681 1427 1201 1427 1201 1201 61 681 681 1201 1427 61 1427 61 61 61 61 266 266 266 266 266 266 224 614 224 614 614 614 614 224 614 224 224 224 1. THE WICKED MASTER Sheryl Volkman John/Sheryl Volkman 2. HIGH TIDE SURFIN Bradley Richards Stacey Richards Family 3. SLEIPNIR Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 4. MUSIC CITY JASS Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 5. ROLLING COMMANDER Patti Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 6. MR REACH Trista Brown Willie Brown 7. IM HEAVEN BOUNDBill Reed Phyllis Reed 8. THE GOLD COLLECTOR Anne Evans Jean Fowler

WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER PARK PLEASURE TWO & THREE YEAR OLD/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 557 557 557 557 731 557 1428 1428 1428 1428 557 1428 731 774 774 731 1424 731 1135 321 1391 1424 1428 774 774 1391 731 1391 321 1391 1172 731 1424 774 1391 1424 1391 1172 1135 1135 1135 1135 321 1135 1172 1172 774 321 1424 1424 321 321 1172 1172 1546 1546 1546 1546 1546 1546 1. LUCKY DAZE Patrick Thomas Lisa Shockey Kessel 2. A LITTLE MO JAZZ Jeff Laughlin Wallace/Laura Brandon 3. I CANT IMAGINE Robert Nelms Hargett/Gassaway 4. LOVER LOVER Dick Peebles Barbara Civils 5. ITS HAPPY HOUR Brock Tillman Ann Bailey 6. BREATHLESS AT MIDNIGHT Bobby Hugh Rising Star Ranch 7. A JAZZ MANS RHYTHM&BLUES David Latham Gary Hill 8. MISS CHEYENNE Kayleigh Mesimer Ezzell/Mesimer 9. MASTER OF FASHION Jimmy Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 10. ALL LEGS Sam Brown III Sam Brown

OWNER AMATEUR LITE SHOD Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 564 564 564 564 564 564 570 872 570 872 118 872 872 118 411 118 872 118 118 411 118 411 411 570 411 570 872 570 570 411 1156 1156 1156 1156 1156 1156 1. 2X THE MAGIC Susan Coleman Susan Coleman 2. GRANDEE ANN Mike Henson Mike Henson 3. JOSE QUERVO GOLD Joanne Davis Morgan Joanne Davis Morgan 4. DESIGN DYNAMICS Jim Nichols Jim/Debbie Nichols 5. LIGHTNINGS SUMMER LOVE Rachel Burch Burch Family 6. RAINS DUDE Carmen Franck Carmen Franck


Thursday Morning - August 23

OWNER AMATEUR FOUR & UNDER LITE SHOD

Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 1001 1001 1001 680 489 1001 1169 489 680 1001 1001 489 860 680 489 489 680 680 863 559 1169 559 559 559 559 860 559 863 863 1169 489 1169 848 860 1169 863 680 863 863 1169 860 860 848 848 860 1169 860 848 981 1422 1422 1482 1422 1422 1422 981 981 1422 1482 981 1. EL PADRE Wilsene Moody Kwok Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok 2. ABSOLUT SKYY Jordan Howell Pulvers/Howell/Anderson 3. LIL WAYNE Carlan Cotten Jeff Gillespie 4. LINED WITH PROMISE Lauren Hamilton Hamilton/Icardi 5. TIJUANNA JAZZ Jimmy Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 6. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Kara Graham Graham/Hopkins 7. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Nick Rippy Leigh Stuart 8. PLAYIN RUSHIN ROULETTE Maggie Moore Waid/Moore 9. I AM KINGPIN Jay Laughlin Joe Laughlin 10. JOHNNY COME CALLIN Allison Oliver Oliver/Simpson

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE RIDERS ON NOVICE PARK PLEASURE HORSES

Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 571 563 33 1386 33 33 1386 240 563 33 571 571 33 33 571 563 1386 563 240 571 259 571 321 1386 259 259 227 259 563 259 1160 1160 240 240 259 240 321 1386 321 321 240 321 563 578 578 1160 578 1160 578 1417 1417 578 227 578 1417 733 1386 227 1160 227 1. HEAT INDEX Lisa Baker Mike/Lisa Baker 2. EXPEDITED Sue Irby Irby Farms 3. MAJOR RANDOLPH Don Parmer Don/Deborah Parmer 4. CAPERS SHAKES & SHADOWS Don Woodson Don Woodson 5. TRAVELING DR WILLIAMS Debbie Sanders Sonny/Debbie Sanders 6. STOLEN GEM Jim Morris Jim/Jason/Brooke Morris 7. MISS CHEYENNE Kayleigh Mesimer Ezzell/Mesimer 8. HYTONES AFTER SHOCK Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult 9. PRINCE JOSE Anne Frank Frank/Riecke 10. MR JOSE WALKS Kim Parker Bobby/Kim Parker

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE RIDERS ON NOVICE ENG/WES COUNTRY PLEASURE HORSES

Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Final 505 505 505 505 333 505 789 789 789 789 789 789 853 600 600 600 505 600 333 333 333 689 653 333 600 689 1134 853 600 689 689 223 653 653 223 653 653 853 689 333 490 853 490 490 853 223 1134 223 133 280 223 1134 280 490 280 653 133 490 689 1134 1. WICKED IMAGE Jana Anderson Dr Jana Anderson 2. THE GHOST WALKER Debbie Brown Brown/Irby/Gerber 3. IM SHAKE N BAKE Glenda Levin Richards/Levin 4. JOSES HANNAH MONTANA Kasey Kesselring Kesselring/Gray 5. JOHNNY JUMP UP Bradley Richards Martocci/Richards 6. MISS LADY ANTEBELLUM Tamara Hader Tamara Hader 7. PANTERA Jim Leek Leek/Moore 8. DIERKS BENTLEY Margo Urad Powell/Urad/Weaver 9. ITS HAMMER TIME Jessica Womack Howell/Womack/Wheelon 10. SHES LOOSE AND ARMED Amanda Walker George/Amanda Walker

Thursday Evening - August 23

OWNER AMATEUR MARES YOUTH RIDERS 6-11 Bobo Bingham Clark 433 433 433 1106 1286 1106 1286 1249 702 702 1106 1286 1249 702 1249 1042 1042 1042 1112 262 1112 262 1112 262 1. JOSES DELIGHTFUL PUSHER 2. WALK ON COMMAND 3. IM UGLY BETTY 4. SHOWBOATS HEARTSTOPPER 5. SHES ARMED WITH POISON 6. HELLO CUTIE 7. SHES A SILVER LADY 8. JAZZY SALLY

OWNER AMATEUR ELITE GENTLEMEN STALLIONS

Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final Girder Weaver Final 903 160 903 903 903 903 433 433 433 1114 903 1114 1114 160 160 1286 1286 1286 160 778 160 160 769 1114 1249 1249 1106 452 285 127 452 1114 452 702 1106 1249 769 747 452 769 747 769 1106 702 702 778 1114 769 747 778 747 1042 1042 1042 868 452 747 127 452 778 1112 262 1112 285 769 354 778 285 285 262 1112 262 354 354 285 354 354 354 Landon Callicutt John Callicutt 127 127 778 285 127 354 Jessica LAwell Roger/Barbara Jenkins 1. ABOVE THE LINE Brad Spivey Patricia Spivey Counti Green Counti Green 2. PLAY SOMETHING COUNTRY Jeff V Smith Jeff V Smith Dylan Young Lisa Patton Evans 3. KID CALLAHAN Ed Breedlove Genevieve Breedlove William Derickson Thomas Derickson 4. DELANO Ty Irby Irby Farms Maggie Kail Jada Kail 5. CASH OBSESSION Charles Gleghorn Charles/Joy Gleghorn Macey Krauth Krauth Family Glendon Stivers Zachary Swafford Zachary Swafford 6. MR ERNEST T BASS Charles Stivers 7. THE THUG Luckey Easterling Kay/Luckey Easterling 8. THE GAMBINO Paul Hankins Paul/LouAnn Hankins 9. YOUR WISH MY COMMAND LaRue McWaters LaRue McWaters 10. FRANKIE BLUE EYES Alan Bell Jerry Bell

TWHBEA THREE YEAR OLD GELDINGS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1483 714 1034 1483 1252 1034 1034 1034 1447 1034 198 1483 714 356 891 1433 1433 714 1433 1252 1483 356 714 1433 1430 1447 1252 1447 1128 356 891 1483 356 714 1483 1252 198 1430 198 1430 1034 1447 1128 198 1353 891 356 198 356 1322 1430 198 1430 1430 1447 1128 1433 1252 1353 891 1. SWEETENER Clay Sanderson Belew/Kail 2. GENERATING THE COMMAND Larry Edwards Florence Edwards 3. KING AIR Herbert Derickson Mr/Mrs Tim Brooks 4. JACK POT CASH Bobby Hugh Jeff/Keri Laughlin 5. DISTURBIA Wayne Dean Kasey Kesselring Family 6. KING OF POP Mike Oney Kim Back 7. CHARMERS CARETAKER Link Webb Kyle Clayton 8. IM A JAZZ PLAYER Justin Harris Darrell/Tracy Oliver 9. EL CASANOVA Jeff Laughlin Vickie Penick 10. BIG CAT DADDY Dustin Smith Marshall Kemp

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Thursday Evening - August 23

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON TWO YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC A

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON TWO YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC B

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 15-17 MARES/GELDINGS

OWNER AMATEUR PARK PERFORMANCE MARES/GELDINGS

OWNER AMATEUR STALLIONS 15.2 & UNDER

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE LADY RIDERS ON NOVICE MARES OR GELDINGS SEC A

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1070 1070 309 1070 1070 1070 1064 1064 1010 1064 1064 1064 309 1010 1064 145 145 309 1010 145 1070 309 309 1010 622 1317 1317 1830 1317 145 145 309 1830 1083 1010 1317 1830 1830 622 1010 1830 1830 1317 622 993 622 1083 622 422 993 1083 1382 390 1083 1083 390 1382 1317 622 993 1. IM MAYHEM Sue Ann Dowell JoAnn Dowell 2. THUNDER IN THE SKY Jim Woodburn Jim Woodburn 3. KEEP YOUR CASH Sheryl Crawford Crawford Colts 4. IM A FIERY DIAMOND Sherri Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 5. IM IN HIGH DEFINITION Kenny Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 6. IM BOB MARLEY Molly Walters Molly Walters Family 7. THE SUPREME TITLEIST Janice Fostek Joe/Janice Fostek 8. OH TOO COOL Ben Moss Carney/Moss 9. KINGDOM Erica Derickson Way Fisher/Way 10. JAZZ MANS CASH Becky BarnesWilliamson/Barnes

Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1823 560 560 560 560 560 560 1823 1823 1823 37 1823 213 213 213 213 1823 213 1137 1450 1450 1137 213 1450 1333 415 1450 1137 213 1333 1450 1333 37 1230 1431 415 415 60 312 1333 1333 37 135 37 1333 60 415 1137 1230 135 1431 943 60 60 60 808 1230 415 38 1230 1. ALL AMERICAN RITZ Cynthia Wright Cynthia M Wright 2. SAN JUAN Eric Lackey M/M Eric Lackey 3. TIME FOR CASH Kasie Caldwell Brenda Bell 4. AVENGERS LADY THREAT Rhea Ellen Webb Cabe/Webb 5. 9 IN THE SKY Corri Knudson Corri Knudson 6. KODACHROMES FIREFLY Morgan Walden-Head Morgan Walden-Head 7. LUCKY SILVER DOLLAR Joyce Hofstee Joyce Hofstee 8. MY UNLIMITED CASH Gayla Whitaker Gayla Whitaker 9. PRODIGY Sherri Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 10. NINE LADIES DANCING Charlene Cook Central Georgia Equine Services

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Bingham Bobo Clark Grider 1538 1538 1326 1326 1283 1326 322 839 1326 322 839 1043 322 1283 1043 990 1043 990 990 172 839 1057 1538 322 1057 1043 1283 1283 990 751 1057 453 172 839 1086 1538 387 126 172 1957 1. WILLIE TWILIGHT Lorraine Rosbury 2. HES CRIMSON SKY Suzy Matthews 3. BRAIN POWER Debbie Eichler 4. BORDER RUN Suzanne Moore 5. IM A SALTY DOG Margaret Ann Alias 6. BONJOUR Carol Lackey 7. IM A TITLE ONE Jason Myatt 8. GUN MAKER Benjamin Gray 9. COAST TO COAST Kenny Smith 10. ITS BUSINESS TIME Gail Walling

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark 1532 1007 1007 1532 1007 1532 437 1007 1313 437 1406 1297 1406 1297 836 437 437 194 1532 194 1297 1406 1297 1313 194 1313 370 1406 836 836 1116 1485 822 314 1313 314 370 1116 1485 1116 1. IM P DIDDY Sherri Pollack 2. BOURE Tam Brogdon 3. HOLYFIELD Clay Mills 4. HES SHADY IN BLACK Lee McGartland 5. DON JULIO Alie Napier 6. TEXAS JOE BLACK Kathy Zeis 7. DARK & SHADY Molly Walters 8. HES RITZ N CASH Sid Baker 9. SWEEPS FINAL SCORE Summer Brooks 10. HES 3 UNDER PAR Barbara Kenehan

Weaver Final 1283 1326 1326 322 322 1283 1057 1538 990 990 172 1043 1043 839 1538 839 751 172 126 751 Maple Crest Farms Gordon/Mathews Rising Star Ranch Bud Moore Ray Beech Jim/Carol Lackey Jerry Myatt Spinks/Gray Smith & Smith Beard/Walling

Weaver Final 1007 1007 1532 1532 1297 437 437 1297 194 1406 1406 194 836 1313 370 836 822 370 314 314 Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch Tam Brogdon Hill/Mills Mike/Lee McGartland Cindy Napier Steve/Kathy Zeis Molly Walters Sid Baker Summer Brooks Jay/Barbara Kenehan

Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 210 1820 1820 1820 1820 1820 1820 935 210 935 210 210 154 210 935 154 154 935 935 154 154 210 935 154 934 673 934 242 673 242 242 423 242 673 242 673 423 242 423 423 423 423 673 934 673 311 934 934 311 311 311 934 311 311 1. PUSHIN THAT JAZZ Robert Cortner Courtney/Alex Luttrell 2. CADILLACS BUM Lilly Waites Andrew Waites Family 3. JOSES DULCE Meghan Davis Shamrock Farms 4. BACARDI AND ME Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 5. I COMMAND APPLAUSE Lexie Stinnett Lexie Stinnett 6. SKYS TRUE SILVER DOLLAR Amy Ann McCormick Mike McCormick 7. RICARDO RICARDO Justin Law The Walter Law Family 8. SHES PUSH IN COMMAND J ALindsay Hess Connie Hess 9. MISTRESS OF JAZZ Annalisa Cooper Annalisa Cooper

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark 1044 1044 1044 1044 844 1027 1027 1027 1027 906 1101 844 1101 1101 844 1101 1990 1359 190 96 1359 1319 1359 190 74 844 96 906 1319 74 906 1359 906 190 1471 1471 96 96 74 827 1. A BEELINE Molly Walker 2. LINEDS LADY MG Kim Bailey 3. THE MAJOR FLAIR Jessie Stanfill 4. THE CHORUS LINE Lisa Brown Price 5. DOLLARS ELECTROGLIDE Evelyn Harris 6. LETHAL JOSELITA Pat Vinson 7. MISS CHERI Paige Starate 8. HARLEY COM Cindy Taylor 9. HES LONESTAR Edith Dilday 10. JFKS SECRET Erin O Callaghan

Grider Final 1044 1044 1027 1027 1101 1101 844 844 827 190 190 1359 1359 906 906 96 1319 1319 74 74 Molly Walker James/Kim Bailey Family Jerrod/Stephanie Cagle Gene Davis Randy/Evelyn Harris Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson Lawrence/Starate Cindy Taylor Jimmy/Edith Dilday Erin O Callaghan


Thursday Evening - August 23

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OWNER AMATEUR FOUR YEAR OLD STALLIONS

QUALITY EXTERIORS 15.2 & UNDER GELDINGS (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

OWNER AMATEUR LADIES SHOW PLEASURE

775 775 775 775 775 775 1280 1158 1158 45 1484 1158 1158 341 1300 1280 45 45 45 1481 1481 1158 1481 1481 1481 45 1280 1300 1158 1280 1300 1410 1484 1481 1280 1300 341 1280 45 889 889 1484 1410 1300 889 341 1300 341 1484 1484 1410 1410 1410 889 889 889 341 1484 341 1410 1. MAJOR GS HARD CASH GIRL Heather McCormick Heather McCormick 2. MEXICAN FIRE Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult 3. SHES ALL THAT JAZZ Beth Beasley Beth Beasley 4. SHOWBOATS SHOWGIRL Nancy Clements Clements/Holt 5. DOLLARS BRIGHT STAR Jannie Chapman Jannie Chapman 6. MY NAME ROSE Tina Graves Mike/Tina Graves 7. THE DIXIE LAND Hannah McCurdy Hannah McCurdy 8. SHE SCORED NINE Pam Williams Pam Williams 9. JULIO JULIO Leigh Anne Gregory Gunner Gregory 10. JAZZ ON THE ROCKS Mikki Eldridge Stephens/Womack

4454 1109 454 1109 1109 454 1109 150 951 951 150 951 150 948 752 752 948 150 948 948 752 752 951 454 752 752 951 454 1. ADMISSION IS A DOLLAR Charlie Green 2. MAJOR FRIVOLOUS Michael Wright 3. IM REDEEMED Derek Bonner 4. GOODBYE JOE John Allan Callaway 5. AN AMERICAN THREAT Bill Callaway 6. PUSHIN FOR PAROLE Brad Beard

1109 1109 454 454 150 150 948 951 752 948 951 948 951 752 Pam Hendrickson Sammy/Gayle Cagle Rick/Della Compton Family C/E Miller Farms Allan Callaway Ed Lewis

Bobo Bingham 1811 1811 1121 1121 1299 1299 434 434 1318 388 383 1360 1523 1523 1360 383 388 946 328 1318 1. IM PUSHIN N LINE 2. JOSES DR PEPPER 3. LOW ON GIN 4. PRIME COUNTRY 5. HES STARBUCKS 6. RITZS BIG DIPPER 7. THE JAZZ PLAYER 8. BAD ECONOMY 9. SIEGE 10. IM A ROD

Clark Grider 1811 1811 434 1523 1299 434 1121 1299 388 1121 1523 388 1318 328 1360 383 383 1360 946 846 Janice Fostek Lucky Collins Lee McGartland Ann Callicutt Suzanne Moore Heidi McWilliams Edith Dilday Tommy Vinson Bethany Allred Kenny Smith

Weaver Final 1811 1811 1121 1121 1299 1299 1318 434 434 1523 1523 388 1318 1318 388 1360 1522 383 869 946 Joe/Janice Fostek Don/Lucky Collins Mike/Lee McGartland John Callicutt Bud Moore Jim/Heidi McWilliams Jimmy/Edith Dilday Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson Fred Allred Molly Smith

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1233 1233 1233 1233 1233 1233 1004 1120 1120 1004 112z 1120 1120 1004 1004 1120 1004 1004 442 1100 1123 1117 1100 1100 615 1123 615 1100 1117 615 1100 1117 442 615 862 1117 862 615 1117 1123 772 1123 1123 1473 862 442 63 862 286 862 772 1487 615 442 63 286 1100 862 286 772 1. GODFATHER BY ULTRA COPY Courtney Luttrell Courtney/Alex Luttrell 2. THE AMERICAN CHOICE Linda Garrard Dr Cliff/Linda Garrard 3. TURNBOW Lynn Womack Sims/Womack 4. COINS BLACK STROKE Jean O Brien Reginald Pimentel 5. HELLO HELLO Deborah Williams Deborah Williams 6. C ME PUSH Sister Milligan Tommy/Sister Milligan 7. SIMPLY THRILLING Lucky Collins Don/Lucky Collins 8. BUSTERS REBEL ROUSER Jackie Osborne Jackie Osborne 9. JAMMIN THE BLUES Yvonna Matthis Abe Matthis 10. BEAMIN DOLLAR Megan Peebles Green/Peebles

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Friday Morning - August 24

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OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE YOUTH RIDERS 6-17 ON NOVICE LITE SHOD MARES/GELDINGS Waldo Bingham Bobo 863 863 863 1246 1246 1246 1153 972 1153 668 668 668 972 1153 972 1. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS 2. POWERS WIZO 3. COMMANDS BIG MONEY 4. MY BOARDWALK 5. DETROITS DARK SPIRIT

Clark Smithson Final 863 863 863 1246 1246 1246 972 1153 1153 1153 972 972 668 668 668 Alex Hopkins Graham/Hopkins Cassie Leith Dr Joe Leith Kathleen Burroughs Kathleen Burroughs Riley Gregory Gregory/Easley Maggie Mae White Maggie Mae/Jon/ Sherry White

TRAIL PLEASURE WESTERN AOT

Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 261 261 261 313 421 261 421 1152 313 421 851 421 851 851 421 1157 1201 851 1157 1061 1157 851 261 1157 1201 1157 851 1201 313 313 1061 421 1152 261 1152 1201 313 330 1201 6 219 1152 1152 1201 1061 1061 330 1061 1187 18 330 219 1061 330 18 313 18 1152 6 219 1. THE KARMA FAIRY Liz Gassaway Liz Gassaway 2. WICKED IMAGINATION Jana Anderson Dr Jana Anderson 3.JUST DOIN MY TIME Maggie Moore Leek/Moore 4. SO IT IS GODS GIFT Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult 5. IM HANK WILLIAMS Jessica Bailey Jessica Bailey 6 .SLEIPNIR Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 7.COMMANDS 409 Missy Davidson Melissa Davidson 8.IM SERGIO GARCIA Amanda Dickerson Sunset Farms/Dickerson 9.TOM BRADY Jared Scott Jared Scott 10. SHAMGAR Jennifer Kinney Jennifer Kinney

OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN LITE SHOD

638 638 860 638 638 638 680 559 638 680 1195 680 860 332 1195 860 1195 860 332 680 559 332 332 332 559 1195 332 559 559 559 1195 860 848 1195 860 1195 1168 848 1205 848 848 848 848 1168 1168 1168 1168 1168 1156 1205 1156 1156 1156 1156 1205 601 601 601 1205 1205 1.CATASTROPHIC Mackenzie Morgan Laurie Toone 2.LIL WAYNE Carlan Cotten Jeff Gillespie 3.GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Nick Rippy Leigh Stuart 4 .VINDICATED Kasey Kesselring Christmas Creek Farm 5 .LINED WITH PROMISE Lauren Hamilton Hamilton/Icardi 6.KICK START JAZZ Justin Manis Manis/Richardson 7. PLAYIN RUSHIN ROULETTE Maggie Moore Waid/Moore 8. MISS TEDDY BEAR Betty Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 9.RAINS DUDE Carmen Franck Carmen Franck 10.A LITTLE DROP OF IRISH Darrell Collins Darrell Collins

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OWNER AMATEUR TWO & THREE YEAR OLD PARK PLEASURE

Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 557 1428 557 321 731 557 731 557 1428 1428 321 1428 1428 731 321 731 557 731 321 321 731 557 774 321 1391 1424 1424 1424 1428 1424 774 774 1135 774 1417 774 1417 1417 774 1417 1424 1417 1424 1391 1546 1391 1391 1391 1135 1135 1417 1135 1546 1135 1546 1546 1391 1546 1135 1546 1 .LUCKY DAZE Lisa Shockey Kessel Lisa Shockey Kessel 2.A LITTLE MO JAZZ Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 3. I CANT IMAGINE Mason Gassaway Hargett/Gassaway 4.MISS CHEYENNE Kayleigh Mesimer Ezzell/Mesimer 5. BREATHLESS AT MIDNIGHT Debbie Eichler Rising Star Ranch 6 .LOVER LOVER Barbara Civils Barbara Civils 7. MASTERS SONG Kris York Kris York Family 8. ITS HAPPY HOUR Ann Bailey Ann Bailey 9 .A JAZZ MANS RHYTHM&BLUES Gary Hill Gary Hill 10. ALL LEGS Sam Brown III Sam Brown III

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OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE SEC A Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo 636 636 636 636 337 567 337 567 858 337 567 337 853 689 352 352 689 352 689 689 133 853 653 858 653 858 853 133 567 133 858 853 256 653 133 653 143 256 143 256 1 .BUSTLINE Vicki Benjamin 2 .MIKIMOTO PEARL Cindy Adams 3. IM ROSE WALKER Lauren Hamilton 4.JOHNNY JUMP UP Bradley Richards 5.A JAZZ ANGEL Kathy Anderson 6.A ROYAL ATTRACTION Nick Rippy 7. PANTERA Maggie Moore 8.MISS LADY ANTEBELLUM Tamara Hader 9.GENS FATAL ATTRACTION Rhonda Boggess 10. WAY HIGH COLLECTION Noel Botsch

Clark Final 636 636 337 337 567 567 858 689 689 352 653 858 352 853 853 653 133 133 143 256 Benjamin/Morgan Adams/Howard Lauren Hamilton Martocci/Richards Kathy Anderson Nick/Kaitlyn Rippy Leek/Moore Tamara Hader Rhonda Boggess Noel/Robin Botsch

OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE SEC B Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 999 854 854 511 789 999 789 999 643 789 999 789 600 789 999 999 974 854 854 600 600 600 511 600 351 511 789 351 600 511 223 351 351 854 331 351 643 643 223 664 351 643 974 974 511 331 643 974 331 331 974 643 223 331 511 664 331 223 141 223 1. COWBOY ON PAROLE Wilsene Moody Kwok Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok 2. THE GHOST WALKER Miles Irby Brown/Irby/Gerber 3. DESIGNER CHAMPAGNE Maggie Moore Moore/Leek 4. IM SHAKE N BAKE B J Richards Richards/Levin 5.CHA CHA CHA SF Jordan Howell Howell/Green 6. SMOOTH TALKER Kathy Anderson Kathy Anderson 7. MR JESSIE JAMES Ann Jameson Jameson/Morgan 8. HEAT IN THE LIMELIGHT Dana Skaggs Walter Stillwell 9. DELIGHT SILVER DESIGN Libby Stephens Van Stephens Family 10.DIERKS BENTLEY Lisa Weaver Powell/Urad/Weaver


Friday Morning - August 24

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-11 SHOW PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 263 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1097 1097 1097 1097 1097 1097 1250 768 768 1411 768 768 1411 263 1411 768 1411 1411 768 1411 263 263 263 263 1.COMBAT COMMANDER Dylan Young Sabrina Young 2. IN A DANGER ZONE Svanah Martin Kelly Martin 3.THE SUMMIT Makena Dempsey Charles/Joy Gleghorn 4. HES TROUBLE Morgan McCormick Dru McCormick 5.THE COTTON BOWL Zachary Swafford Zachary Swafford

OWNER AMATEUR ENG/WES FOUR YEAR OLD TRAIL PLEASURE

Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 501 644 644 509 509 644 498 651 639 644 644 509 651 509 568 651 639 651 509 639 651 498 366 639 639 421 509 335 421 498 658 568 421 421 498 421 421 658 498 568 500 568 644 498 501 639 651 658 568 501 658 1247 658 501 335 500 687 501 687 335 1 .BEDAZZLED BY JAZZ Lisa Baum Lisa Baum 2.JOSES FIRECRACKER Wayne Westbrook Wayne Westbrook 3. IM MANHATTEN Tamara Hader Tamara Hader 4 .GOOD TIL THE LAST DROP Dawn Payne Barker/Payne 5. IM KING BEE WhitLei Green Hanson/Green 6 .WICKED IMAGINATION Jana Anderson Dr Jana Anderson 7 .PETAL PUSHIN JAZZ Lauren Hamilton Lauren Hamilton 8.TEENIE BIKINI Kasey Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family 9.PUSHING FOR JAZZ Van Barnes Van Barnes 10.IM SOULJA BOY Darren Gray Darren Gray

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH ENGLISH TRAIL PLEASURE 12-17 OWNER AMATEUR 50 & OVER LITE SHOD Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 1197 1197 1197 1197 1197 1197 336336 336 336 336 336 336 364 364 364 364 1217 364 1217 859 1217 859 364 1217 655 654 654 654 654 654 654 655 859 655 655 859 859 1217 655 555 859 655 555 61 61 1217 61 61 61 1162 555 61 1162 555 1162 225 1162 225 555 1162 1 .SUIZA Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 2.CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kailin Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family 3. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Logan Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 4 IM A SOUTHERN SECRET Dustin Winkler Wayne Winkler Jr. 5.A RED RUBY Mackenzie Morgan Gassaway/Morgan 6. SHES PRETTY JAZZY Kaitlyn Rippy Kaitlyn Rippy 7.MR PAPARAZZI Anna Kaminski Kaminski/Elliott 8. ROLLING COMMANDER Tyler Diamond Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 9.COACH SABAN Allie Easley Allie Easley 10. JOSES ENCHILADA Jordon Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co

Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 1421 1421 872 1421 1421 1421 1096 220 1421 872 220 872 872 1096 1096 1168 872 1096 1168 872 220 1096 1096 220 220 1168 1168 220 1168 1168 413 413 413 413 513 413 1.A MOUNTAIN JAZZ Jerry Laughlin Joe Laughlin 2.GRANDEE ANN Mike Henson Mike Henson 3.ARMED SCARLET LADY Eve Durant James/Evelyn Durant 4.PUSH TO STRIKE Brian Painter Ralph Bowling 5.MISS TEDDY BEAR Betty Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 6 .THE COLORS OF NORTHSTAR Laurie Coats Chris/Laurie Coats

WEANLINGS YOUTH HANDLER

514 514 514 124 670 514 400 124 124 670 514 124 124 699 7 699 699 699 670 400 699 694 694 670 699 670 694 514 1193 400 7 7 670 400 124 7 110 1193 1193 401 7 694 401 110 988 110 400 1193 1193 402 110 7 401 110 694 694 400 1193 110 401 1.ADORABLE DIAMOND Molly Vaughn Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 2 .IM KING OF THE RING Abby Bradley George Wright Family 3 IM EYEING TO WIN Jaron Dotson Dotson Brothers 4 JOSES DETROIT SON Maggie Mae White Maggie Mae/Jon/Sherry White 5 .MY DANGEROUS LIAISON Megan Wright Mary Beals 6. ROWDY SUNSHINE Rachel Dorris Harlinsdale Farm 7.SEVES 112 Will Cole Jerome Cole 8 .ALENS KNIGHT VISION Kip Prosser Michelle Cranford 9. MISS LADY LIBERTY Kelsey Givens Old Silo Farm 10.COMPLICITY Adrian Beals Hurley/Beals

YEARLINGS YOUTH HANDLERS Bobo 523 690 525 403 97

Clark 523 525 690 403 984

Grider 523 525 690 97 403

Weaver 525 403 690 523 984

Bingham 690 403 523 525 97

984 97 984 97 989 989 989 989 1 .IM A FARMERS DAUGHTER Molly Vaughn 2.FORGIVENESS Brianna Mosley 3.M STAR GAZING Bradley Richards 4. OUT OF DEVOTION Kip Prosser 5.SNOOKIE MAJORS Jaron Dotson 6 DOC PEARL Rebecca Dorris 7. MISS POWER PLAY Emma Grace Blankship

Final 523 525 690 403 97

984 984 989 989 Jones/Doss Jones/Doss Martocci/Richards Carla Hurley Nathan/April Mills C L Kline Farms Blankenship/Kline

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Friday Morning - August 24

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 ENG/WES TRAIL PLEASURE TWO & THREE YEARS OLD

Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Final 656 513 513 513 513 513 503 1198 364 656 364 364 365 364 656 364 1198 656 513 656 504 1198 504 1198 364 504 1198 503 656 504 1198 365 365 504 641 503 504 503 503 641 365 365 641 641 641 365 503 641 788 788 788 788 788 788 1170 1170 1170 801 1170 1170 1. JUAN CARLOS Lily Catherine Holland Weaver/Holland 2.GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Claire Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 3.OUT THERE AND LOVIN IT Hunter Morgan Odum/Morgan 4. FUEGO Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 5.WICKED ENDEAVOR Krysta Allen Allen/Irby/Anderson 6.EL MARIACHI WhitLei Green Howell/Green 7.MAY SUE YARI Logan Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 8.AFFECTIONATELY Mackenzie Morgan Hunter Morgan 9.UNBELIEVABLE JAZZIBELLE Natalie Parrott Seven Oaks Stables 10.I LIKE ASPEN Jesse Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 PARK PERFORMANCE Clark Grider Weaver Bingham 167 167 357 167 1450 1450 1450 1450 357 357 167 1146 582 1146 582 357 1416 1416 1146 582 1146 582 1416 1416 884 884 884 884 1. DOS EQUIS Allison Thorson 2. AVENGERS LADY THREAT Lane Webb 3. UNDECIDED Kailin Kesselring 4. E TRADE Cali Mason 5.MY PRIVATE LABEL Lane Hodges 6.ONE MORE ENCORE Jesse Odell 7. CODY GIRL BE STRONG Chandler Byrom

Bobo Final 167 167 582 1450 357 357 1146 582 1416 1146 1450 1450 884 884 Thorsport Inc Cabe/Webb Christmas Creek Farm Buddy/Lynn Wilhelm Lane Hodges Popp Allman/Bryrom

Friday Evening - August 24

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-11 GELDINGS Grider 1488 394 921 792 812 1251 1369 1408 205 767

Bingham 921 1488 1488 205 1404 1369 812 394 1251 1174

Bobo 1488 921 921 394 812 1369 1404 1251 1072 1174

Clark 921 394 394 792 1404 1488 447 205 1251 812

1.THE AMERICAN GENERAL Sellers Veazey 2.THE PRIME SUSPECT Eli Davis 3. OUTRAGOUS ATTITUDE Will Cole 4OLYMPIC PUSHER Annie Holcombe 5 .REALLY Bailey McCormick 6.FREE TO SCORE Maggie Kail 7. GENERAL WILLIE Jayden Jackson 8 .JOSE GRANDE Dylan Young 9.A CLOUDY SKY Nathan Oliver 10.THE AMERICAN IDOL Jackson Stephens

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Weaver 1488 792 792 394 1251 1404 1369 812 1408 1072

Final 1488 921 792 394 1404 1369 812 1251 205 1408

Sellers Veazey Shamrock Farms Rhonda Cole Judy Jones Dru McCormick Maggie Kail Jack Heffington Makenzie Young Darrell/Tracy Oliver Van Stephens Family

KEITH & LORRAINE ROSBURY/DON DIEGO TWO YEAR OLD GELDINGS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark 206 1354 1489 1354 1489 339 1354 206 339 1420 206 1489 1354 1426 339 339 1420 206 1420 1420 1426 1489 1426 1426 589 589 589 589 620 620 255 620 255 255 620 255 1.MASTER OF JAZZ OPUS Edgar Abernathy 2. MR ONYX Justin Harris 3 .NATIONAL TITLE Gary Edwards 4.HES TWO FOOT FRED Dickie Scrivner 5 .ARMY NAVY Jeff Laughlin 6 .MAIN POWERHOUSE Jeff Laughlin 7. MR WHIPPLE Derek Monahan 8. DOUBLE MY LINE Jonathan Watts 9. IM MR ALL AMERICAN Eddie Barclay

Grider Final 1354 1354 206 206 339 1489 1489 339 589 1420 1426 1426 1420 589 255 620 620 255 Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson Darrell/Tracy Oliver Carson Wells Eddie Williams Joe Laughlin Rising Star Ranch Reece Jones Kimble/Madeline Tew Tammy Barclay

OWNER AMATEUR STALLIONS

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider 1531 1531 1531 1531 438 438 269 1405 1405 269 438 1258 722 1258 1258 269 900 1405 1405 438 1258 722 722 722 269 900 9000 900 287 287 93 93 93 93 287 287 1394 1394 1394 1394 1.HES VIDA BLUE Kay Green 2 .IM WALL STREET Clay Mills 3.THEY CALL ME SAMSON Karen Bean 4.SKY MILES Beth Sims 5.PALM BEACH RITZ Leslie Dotson 6.JOSES CRYSTAL LITE Rhonda Stewart 7. ABSOLUTE PROOF Meg Callaway 8.ARMS DEAL FOR REAL M Debbie Eichler 9.WELL CONNECTED Lindy Rogers 10 A JFKS MONOPOLY Diana Bowers

Weaver Final 1531 1531 1258 438 1405 1405 438 1258 722 269 269 722 900 900 287 287 1394 93 93 1394 Kay Green Corbin Mills Bill/Karen Bean Mike Chiappari Family Terry Dotson Family Stewarts Farm & Nursery Ricky Young Rising Star Ranch Lindy Rogers Diana Bowers


Friday Evening - August 24

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS OPEN LITE SHOD SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 638 638 638 638 1421 638 863 1421 1421 863 648 1421 1421 863 863 860 638 863 860 648 570 648 863 648 649 860 649 1421 860 860 872 649 648 649 570 649 648 872 860 872 649 570 570 570 872 570 872 872 1. CATASTROPHIC Laurie Toone Laurie Toone 2.A MOUNTAIN JAZZ Jeff Laughlin Joe Laughlin 3. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Chris Helton Kara Graham 4. MAJOR ORDERS Rollie Beard WestMark Farms 5 .GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Leigh Stuart Leigh Stuart 6.CATERPILLAR Evan Morgan WestMark Farms/Morgan/ Mosely 7. DESIGN DYNAMICS Howard Hamilton Susan Coleman 8. GRANDEE ANN Mike Henson Mike Henson

DR JACK & WILSENE MOODY-KWOK/O & W MOODY LTD PARK PERFORMANCE FOUR & UNDER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1528 226 1528 1528 1528 1528 226 1528 226 226 226 226 1137 579 579 579 193 579 579 1289 291 1137 579 193 193 873 193 193 1289 1137 1230 1137 873 1289 1137 1289 873 193 217 1381 1381 873 1381 1230 1137 1230 873 1381 1289 1381 1381 291 1230 1230 291 291 887 873 291 291 1.TED WHO Knox Blackburn Mike Walden Family 2. ANTONIO BANDERAS Ryan Gannon Hall/Hall 3. LANDSHARK Bruce Hankins Jones/Lane 4.THE MASTER CRAFTSMAN Justin Harris Bill Broom 5 .MY UNLIMITED CASH David Latham James/Gayla Whitaker 6. PAROLED IN TENNESSEE Bobby Hugh Belvie Jordan 7. THE ONE I LOVE Andy Simpson Joe Collins 8. KINKY BOOTS Brock Tillman Dru McCormick 9.NINE LADIES DANCING Justin Taylor Central Georgia Equine Services 10. SEASON OPENER Winky Groover Rising Star Ranch

DELTA FALL CLASSIC THREE YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC A/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

DELTA FALL CLASSIC THREE YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC B/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

OWNER AMATEUR PONIES YOUTH RIDERS 6-14

OWNER AMATEUR CLASSIC HORSES

Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 471 471 471 471 471 471 1293 1459 1293 1293 289 1293 289 1529 289 289 1293 289 1529 289 1459 1529 1459 1529 200 1293 200 1256 1529 1459 1459 200 1529 1459 541 200 715 541 1256 200 200 1256 1452 1452 541 715 1256 541 541 1256 715 44 715 715 1256 715 44 541 1452 1452 1. I AM JOSE Casey Wright Bill/Debbie Woods 2.STREET JAZZ Jimmy McConnell Rachel Castaldi 3.COMMAND ON PAROLE Winky Groover Crawford/Metcalf 4. THE AMERICAN PATRIOT Knox Blackburn Anthony/Carolyn Joseph 5.INTIMIDATORS BOOGIEMAN Tim Gray Larry Ford 6. MASTER OF BOURBON STREET Justin Harris Bruce/Robin MacDonald 7. IM TOTALLY TOXIC Joe Martin Gordon/Angelyn Ezzell 8.THE NEW YORK GIANT Justin Jenne Darrell Frazier 9. MASTERS RAZZEL AND JAZZ Herbert Derickson Alan Riddley Family 10. SOUTHERN BLACK GIN Link Webb D R Mozeley

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1454 1176 1176 1176 1176 1176 1176 1454 183 183 1454 1454 183 592 1454 1454 183 183 592 183 592 1054 592 592 941 941 941 941 941 941 1054 766 766 592 1054 1054 766 1054 1054 766 766 766 424 424 424 424 424 424 1. ACC Jaclyn Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 2. MARK ZONE Lane Webb Lawrence/Webb 3 .HES HOT AS FIRE Nathan Oliver Oliver/Salt Lick Farms 4 .EAGLES FINESS Cole Sims Mike Chiappari Family 5 .DOLLARS CHARMING LADY Buie Williams Brenda Sterner 6 .REAL BAD & A LITTLE FIREY Chance Crocker Bush/Kemp 7. PUSHERS GENERAL Jordan Dempsey Charles/Joy Gleghorn 8. NOW UC ME Kyle Endres Mark/Gloria Ellis

Clark Bingham Bobo Grider 618 1309 1490 618 1309 1490 1309 371 236 618 618 1309 1490 909 472 236 472 236 909 472 909 472 371 1490 371 371 236 1453 629 182 182 535 182 916 535 909 535 535 916 182 1. JOSE IT AINT SO Jonathan Watts 2 .BLUES MASTER Jimmy McConnell 3. HES UNLEASHED Larry Edwards 4 .THE SPORTSTER Keith Blackburn 5.LOS LOBOS Brandye Mills 6. JOSES BAMBINO Casey Wright 7 .IM COACH CAL John Allan Callaway 8. DOLLARS ENCORE Justin Harris 9. FAMES MAJOR GENERAL Justin Jenne 10. SANTANAS STORM WARNING Link Webb

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider 1527 1527 1527 1071 161 1071 1071 1527 538 161 161 161 1071 538 538 538 1472 1017 1017 426 1017 426 426 1166 602 602 1472 602 1166 1166 602 1017 426 1472 1166 1472 1. PRIVATE CHARTER Mike Walden 2.A SPECIALIST Gail Walling 3. IM PACKIN A PISTOL Kenny Compton 4 .LONDON RAIN Erica Jenne 5.PUSHERS REDEMPTION Rhonda Major 6 .DR PERFECT Sandra Hodgson 7.ROYAL IMPRINT Robbie Casteel 8. HES ETS SECRET Diane Green 9. STRAIGHT CASH Jordon Laughlin

Weaver Final 618 618 1309 1309 371 1490 1490 371 909 236 472 472 236 909 182 182 1453 535 629 1453 Deborah Williams Mike/Lee McGartland Herb Murrath B & C Farms Joe Barnes Bill/Debbie Woods George Ann Pratt Tony/Charlotte Chrestman Phil Havens Michael/Ann Jones

Weaver Final 1527 1527 1071 1071 161 161 538 538 426 426 602 1017 1472 602 1166 1472 1017 1166 Mike Walden Family Judy McDonald Rick/Della Compton Family Gingerbread Farm Warr/Major Roger/Sandra Hodgson Chloe Casteel Diane Green Jordon Laughlin

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Friday Evening - August 24

ELITE OWNER AMATEUR GENTLEMAN MARES/GELDINGS Bobo Bingham Clark 436 1495 1495 1231 1810 436 1533 1533 1533 1495 1231 1810 1810 436 1310 1310 1310 1231 129 1409 599 906 129 1409 599 627 627 292 599 129 292 599 129 1. TROUBLE ON THE LINE 2.IM MOONLIGHTING 3. IM STAN THE MAN 4 .BUSTED BY JOSE 5.HIGH JACKED 6.ONE FINE LINE 7. JOSES RITZY DOLL 8. GENERALS MAIN LADY 9. IM DONNA SUE 10 JOSES TOM TURKEYn

Grider Weaver Final 436 1495 1495 1533 436 436 1495 1533 1533 1231 1231 1231 1310 1810 1810 1810 1310 1310 572 1409 1409 129 1018 129 627 627 627 1409 572 599 1409 572 599 Tom Morgan Hannah McCurdy Robert Deutsch Robert/Anne Deutsch Ben Brogdon Ben/Dr Lynda Brogdon Linton Griffith Delores Griffith Dr Jim Baum Lisa Baum Kimble Tew Kimble/Madeline Tew Michael Coleman Madeleine Coleman LaRue McWaters LaRue McWaters Ken Frye Ken/Sue Frye Tommy Halmontaller M/M Charles Brantley

THE MOLLY WALTERS FAMILY FOUR YEAR OLD GELDINGS (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider 1425 1131 1131 1131 1046 1046 1425 1046 1131 626 1279 1425 1319 1425 1046 1319 1279 1319 626 1349 626 1279 1319 1279 630 630 630 626 1349 1349 1349 630 1. SIR SKYWATCH Charlie Green 2.SOX APPEAL Jeff Laughlin 3. NEON BRIGHTS LEGACY Philip Trimble 4. HES LONESTAR Jimmy McConnell 5.MORE HORSEPOWER Bobby Hugh 6 .CASHS COMANCHERO Josh Watts 7 .CASH IN MY DOLLAR Jackie Byrom 8.JUSTIN CREDIBLE Bobby Kellett

OWNER AMATEUR LADY RIDERS ON MARES Grider Bingham Bobo Clark 1036 703 904 904 1320 904 703 703 146 187 753 146 703 103 146 187 904 1036 103 753 1516 1320 1036 103 95 155 155 1036 155 146 1516 1516 245 753 187 155 103 245 1320 1320 1. ROSETTA STONE Patty Marek 2.MY FIRST DOLLAR George Ann Pratt 3.JOSE BONITA Mary Beth Blessing 4 .C EST LA VIE Carol Lackey 5. A PRIVATE BENJAMIN Detha Yoder 6.ROYAL FORTUNE Heather Beard 7 .JUMPIN THE BORDER Emma Lee Cannon 8. SHAKIN FOR CASH Madeline Tew 9 .JOSES GOLD COIN LADY Lisa Baum 10.BELLA SERA AT THE RITZ Patti Pollack

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Weaver Final 187 703 703 904 904 146 1036 1036 753 187 146 753 1320 103 155 1320 1516 155 103 1516 Marek/Smith George Ann Pratt What A Blessing Farm Jimmy/Carol Lackey Detha Yoder Heather Beard Emma Lee Cannon Kimble/Madeline Tew Lisa Baum Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch

Weaver Final 1131 1131 1425 1425 1046 1046 1319 1319 1279 1279 626 626 1349 630 630 1349 Joe Rich Family Rising Star Ranch Hill/Edwards Jimmy/Edith Dilday Jannie Chapman Dr David Brown Julia Cole Ron Jones

OWNER AMATEUR PARK PLEASURE

Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson 683 683 1387 683 1387 1387 683 1350 584 1350 1350 584 1350 584 584 1387 1414 142 1414 1414 1415 1414 1415 1415 487 1415 487 487 142 487 142 141 1. TIJUANA TEX Darden Gladney 2.B B Kings Jazz Mikki Eldridge 3.Yao Ming Nicole Coffey 4 .MARCHING ORDERS Angela Jones 5 .BREAK ME OUT Lisa Baum 6.SURE CASH AT THE RITZ Jacob Baum 7.HES COMIN ON STRONG Angela Tuck 8. MISS ARMANI Kathleen Nitabach

Waldo Final 683 683 584 1387 1387 584 1350 1350 487 1414 1414 1415 1415 487 142 142 Gladney Farms Womack/Stephens Nicole Coffey RPC Farms Lisa Baum Lisa Baum Angela Tuck Humphrey/Nitabach

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS SHOW PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1520 1004 467 1004 1520 1520 717 1520 1004 1520 940 1004 1419 1111 1520 940 1419 940 1487 940 940 1111 717 1419 1111 467 1419 1136 1056 1111 467 1419 1056 467 467 467 940 717 1111 1056 1004 717 791 1056 717 1239 1136 1056 1136 1487 1097 1487 1487 1487 293 1239 293 1419 1111 1136 1. LIMESTONE LUCY Knox Blackburn Steve Heitmiller 2.TURNBOW Brad Davis Sims/Womack 3. A LINE DANCER Bill Callaway S & J Enterprises 4. BRONCO BILLY Jeff Laughlin Joe Laughlin 5. A FIRE IN DIXIE Charlie Green The Cortner Family 6. IM KING JAMES Josh Patterson Susan Donoghue 7. NINETY YARDS Herbert Derickson M/M Charles Brantley 8. A RENDEZVOUS AT THE RITZ Ross Campbell Reeves/Spinks 9. JOSES CARLOTTA Gary Edwards George/Kim Baldwin Lewis 10. HES MY POP TOO David Latham Dwight/Dianne Hasty


Saturday Morning - August 25

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE

AUXILIARY EQUITATION MEDAL 11 & UNDER

Bingham Bobo Clark 9010 9005 9005 9005 9003 9010 9003 9010 9003 9013 9013 9013 9009 9009 9009 1. CLAIRE HANKINS 2. KEELY MORROW 3 .ALLIE AVENT 4.KATHLEEN BURROUGHS 5. LUKE KELLER

Grider 9005 9003 9010 9013 9009 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Weaver 9010 9005 9003 9013 9009

Final 9005 9010 9003 9013 9009 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 12-17 WESTERN TRAIL PLEASURE

Clarke Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 512 1197 1197 1197 1197 1197 1197 654 365 512 512 512 1000 859 654 654 655 654 654 365 859 859 654 859 365 1000 512 1000 859 365 859 512 655 365 365 1000 655 555 1000 655 1000 655 1162 655 555 1162 1162 1162 1225 1162 1162 1154 555 555 555 1154 1225 555 1154 1154 1.SUIZA Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 2.A WICKED BOND Krysta Allen Krista/Rachel Allen 3. A RED RUBY Mackenzie Morgan Gassaway/Morgan 4. SHES PRETTY JAZZY Kaitlyn Rippy Kaitlyn Rippy 5. MAY SUE YARI Logan Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 6.VICTORIAS GOT A SECRET Payton Davis Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok/ Payton Davis 7 .MR PAPARAZZI Anna Kaminski Kaminski/Elliott 8. JOSES ENCHILADA Jesse Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 9. COACH SABAN Allie Easley Allie Easley 10. MERRY LUE CAN TWIST Nikkia Whitman Julie Whitman

Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 636 636 636 636 636 636 999 999 789 999 999 999 789 858 999 789 789 789 333 789 974 1203 1203 333 363 333 333 363 363 363 69 69 363 333 333 1203 1203 1203 331 280 858 331 223 331 280 331 69 69 331 280 1203 223 331 858 593 363 858 858 593 280 1. BUSTLINE Mackenzie Morgan Benjamin/Morgan 2. COWBOY ON PAROLE Payton Davis Jack/Wilsene Kwok/Payton Davis 3. THE GHOST WALKER Katie Gerber Brown/Irby/Gerber 4.JOSES HANNAH MONTANA Ashley Gray Kesselring/Gray 5 .GI GIS HALBERD Logan Hankins Logan Hankins 6. EL TECATE Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 7. DELIGHT SILVER DESIGN Jackson Stephens Van Stephens Family 8. HALLELUJAH IN THE SKY Tyler Diamond PollackPollacks Silver Spur Ranch 9.A ROYAL ATTRACTION Kaitlyn Rippy Nick/Kaitlyn Rippy 10. SWEET DIXIE NIGHT Keeley Carr Smith/Carr

TRAIL PLEASURE ENGLISH AOT Smithson 851 1157 313 225 261 330 6 1060 266 18

Waldo 851 1157 330 261 313 219 225 266 6 1060

Bingham 851 261 1157 330 6 313 1060 266 219 18

1.JUST DOIN MY TIME 2. SO IT IS GODS GIFT 3. THE KARMA FAIRY 4.TOM BRADY 5 .IM HANK WILLIAMS 6.THE GREAT SENSATION 7. FOOLISH NOTION 8. MR REACH 9. PRIMERO 10. SHAMGAR

Bobo 261 1157 851 330 1060 266 6 219 225 313

Clark 1157 261 6 851 313 330 1060 266 18 224

Final 851 1157 261 330 313 6 1060 266 225 219

OWNER AMATEUR YEARLINGS

Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Bingham Final 123 517 123 123 123 123 516 123 517 690 517 517 690 404 404 517 690 690 517 634 97 97 419 404 404 640 214 419 97 97 419 97 984 404 516 516 8 690 640 634 640 419 97 516 690 516 404 640 640 984 8 8 984 634 214 214 985 984 634 984 1 INTIMIDATORS COVER GIRL Amanda Wright Waites/Wright 2.OH PANCHO OH CISCO Roger Richards Jr Roger Richards 3. IM STAR GAZING B J Richards Martocci/Richards 4 .HIGH ON ARRIVAL Logan Goostree Logan Goostree 5. SNOOKIE MAJORS Nathan Mills Nathan/April Mills 6.GHOST ON PAROLE Mary Hickerson Bill Harlin 7. HES FABULOUS Sylverster Skierkowski Bobby Joe Jones Family/Latham 8. SHES MADE IN AMERICA Kristen McWilliams James/Dawn Payne 9 .STRONG N TUFF Mike Rowland Lola Rowland 10. DOC PEARL Ella Kline C L Kline Farms

AUXILIARY EQUITATION MEDAL CLASS 12-14 (CANTER) Clark Grider 9011 9011 9001 9004 9004 9001 1.KAITLYN RIPPY 2.ALEXIS KING 3 .ALLISON HOLT

Weaver 9011 9004 9001

Waldo 9011 9001 9004 n/a n/a n/a

Bobo 9011 9004 9001

Final 9011 9004 9001 n/a n/a n/a

Maggie Moore Leek/Moore Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult Liz Gassaway Liz Gassaway Jared Scott Jared Scott Jessica Bailey Jessica Bailey Jessica Hlebak Jessica Hlebak Amanda Dickerson Sunset Farms Trista Brown Willie Brown Maggie Loyd Maggie Loyd Jennifer Kinney Jennifer Kinney

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Saturday Morning - August 25

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH ENG/WES TRAIL PLEASURE 6-11

AUXILIARY EQUITATION MEDAL CLASS 15-17 (CANTER)

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE

YEARLING COLTS

Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 681 513 334 513 334 513 513 364 513 659 681 681 659 334 364 681 513 334 364 659 681 364 659 659 353 681 659 334 353 364 1162 353 353 377 364 353 334 1162 377 1162 1240 1162 1240 12400 1162 1240 1162 1240 377 377 1240 353 377 377 1.JUAN CARLOS Lily Catherine Holland Weaver/Holland 2 .HIGH TIDE SURFIN Brady Bachert Stacey Richards Family/Bachert 3.CONTEMPORARY JAZZ Ashley Gray Kesselring/Gray 4. DARK PICTURE SHOW Jada Cassidy Lloyd Cassidy 5. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Claire Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 6 .A HARD LINE Ellie West Ronnie West 7. JOSES ENCHILADA Colin Boyd 4J Land & Cattle Co 8 .LINED WITH FAITH Brody Bradshaw Bradshaw/Ferguson 9. TEEN PUNKD Tess Boring Tess Boring

Bingham Bobo Clark 789 789 333 643 643 643 363 333 789 333 1203 363 1203 223 1203 858 331 858 331 363 331 223 858 223 798 798 798 1.THE GHOST WALKER 2.MR JESSIE JAMES 3. JOSES HANNAH MONTANA 4. EL TECATE 5. GI GIS HALBERD 6 .DELIGHT SILVER DESIGN 7. A ROYAL ATTRACTION 8. DIERKS BENTLEY 9. PRIDES PUSHING MAGIC

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Smithson Waldo Final 789 789 789 643 333 643 333 1203 333 363 643 1203 331 331 363 1203 363 331 858 223 858 223 858 223 798 798 798 Katie Gerber Brown/Irby/Gerber Mackenzie Morgan Jameson/Morgan Ashley Gray Kesselring/Gray Allison Thorson Allison Thorson Claire Hankins Logan Hankins Jackson Stephens Van Stephens Family Kaitlyn Rippy Nick/Kaitlyn Rippy Elysse Powell Powell/Urad/Weaver Hayden Adams Gilbert/Ross/Adams

Grider Weaver Bingham 9012 9012 9012 9015 9015 9015 9002 9002 9002 9007 9007 9007 1. ALLISON THORSON 2 .MORGAN MURPHY 3. MEME ANDERSON 4.MAGGIE MAE WHITE

Bobo 9012 9007 9002 9015 n/a n/a n/a n/a

Clark 9012 9015 9002 9007 n/a n/a n/a n/a

Final 9012 9015 9002 9007

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 520 520 517 517 520 520 519 517 520 737 737 517 517 405 737 520 517 737 737 737 1062 739 1062 519 739 519 519 519 519 1062 419 215 739 1062 404 739 1062 739 634 404 405 215 215 1062 215 215 215 404 405 419 404 419 739 405 404 404 419 230 419 419 1. COACHIN AND PREACHIN Beverly Lamp Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 2.OH PANCHO OH CISCO Roger Richards Jr Roger Richards 3. JAZZ ON MY MIND Robert Nelms Carole Hargett 4. RITZ ENTOURAGE Bobby Richards Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 5. COOPERSTOWN KID Marty Warren Denise Smith/Darrel Frazier 6. DADDYS CASH Ronald Morton M/M Donnie Headrick 7. MASTER OF MOTION Chris Richards M/M Charles Brantley 8. HIGH ON ARRIVAL Logan Goostree Logan Goostree 9. PAROLE PATROL Carla Hurley Harlinsdale Farm 10. HES FABULOUS Sylverster Skierkowski Bobby Joe Jones Family/Latham

YEARLING FILLIES/GELDINGS Weaver Binghan Bobo Clark Grider Final 123 524 123 123 123 123 381 123 524 523 381 524 523 690 516 524 690 690 690 523 690 381 523 523 524 640 640 690 524 381 813 381 381 813 6400 640 418 813 523 741 418 813 640 418 403 403 741 418 516 741 741 516 813 741 403 403 8 418 403 403 1 .INTIMIDATORS COVER GIRL Amanda Wright Waites/Wright 2.SILVER BELLE TITLEIST Chris Richards 4J Land & Cattle Co 3. IM STAR GAZING Bobby Richards Martocci/Richards 4 .IM A FARMERS DAUGHTER Beverly Lamp Jones/Doss 5.FLIRTIN TO WIN Karen McGee Lisa Washburn 6. SHES MADE IN AMERICA Evan Morgan James/Dawn Payne 7. PISTOL PACKIN PENNY Mike Hicks Dr Marion Pennington 8 .KEEPING UP WITH JONES Sylverster Skierkowski Bobby Joe Jones Family 9. ALIENA Robert Nelms Chris Cole 10.OUT OF DEVOTION Carla Hurley Carla Hurley

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 LITE SHOD MARES/ GELDINGS

Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 863 332 510 648 510 863 648 863 648 863 863 648 510 860 860 860 332 860 860 648 332 332 860 510 649 649 649 649 648 332 332 1173 863 510 649 649 1173 1096 1168 1096 1246 1173 1246 510 1153 1173 1153 1168 1168 1168 1246 1153 1168 1246 1096 1246 1173 1168 1173 1096 1. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Alex Hopkins Graham/Hopkins 2 .MAJOR ORDERS Mackenzie Morgan WestMark Farms 3.GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Kaitlyn Rippy Leigh Stuart 4 .NO WAY JOSE Krysta Allen Rachel Allen 5 .VINDICATED Kailin Kesselring Christmas Creek Farm 6 .CATERPILLAR Hunter Morgan WestMark Farms/Morgan/Mosely 7 .GENS MILLION DOLLAR BABY Colin Boyd 4J Land & Cattle Co 8. MISS TEDDY BEAR Jordon Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 9 .POWERS WIZO Cassie Leith Dr Joe Leith 10. ARMED SCARLET LADY Hailey Puckett James/Evelyn Durant


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OWNER AMATEUR LADY RIDERS ON GELDINGS Bobo Bingham Clark Grider 1295 1295 1295 1295 1076 1814 1814 1814 1814 1497 1076 1076 1015 623 709 1455 623 1109 1497 1497 1497 1076 1109 623 1455 301 623 1015 1109 1015 1316 1109 709 1455 301 301 301 1316 1015 1251 1.THE ROYAL DOLLAR Lee McGartland 2. JAZZ COUNTRY Patti Pollack 3 .BOLD VENGEANCE Heather Beard 4.THE LADYS MAN Maisie McSwain 5. PAROLED FROM SAN QUENTON Ann Rea 6 ADMISSION IS A DOLLAR Pam Hendrickson 7 .SOPHISTICATED Renee Carlton 8. LIKE A ROLING STONE Sarah Moersch 9.WAR COMMANDER Sheryl Crawford 10.BUM IN THE STORM Maria Holland

Weaver Final 1076 1295 1814 1814 1295 1076 1497 1497 1109 623 1455 1109 1015 1015 623 1455 301 301 1251 709 Mike/Lee McGartland Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch Judy McDonald Dan/Elaine McSwain Ann Rea Pam Hendrickson Renee Carlton Dr. Barbara Moersch Crawford Colts Stewarts Farm & Nursery

BASKIN-IRBY CONSTRUCTION YOUNG TRAINERS 35 & UNDER 15.2 & UNDER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP 161 161 161 1813 1813 1388 925 925 1813 1388 779 925 838 838 838 779 1388 779 604 1241 604 1241 604 1241 875 875 875 1. IM PACKIN A PISTOL 2. IM SPLASHED Tim Smith 3. SKYWATCHS MASTERPIECE 4. RICKY RICARDO 5 .A SHADY CHARACTER 6 .MUCHO PAVO 7. DIAMOND RITZ 8 .KID ME NOT 9. IM MAJOR PAIN

161 161 161 1813 925 1813 925 1388 925 1241 838 1388 1388 1813 838 838 779 779 779 1241 1241 875 604 604 604 875 875 Aaron Self Rick Compton Hillview Promotions/Lindsey Landrum Bill Callaway Bill Hill Brandon Stout Tim Napier Family Drew Graves Graves/Thrasher/Burk Tony Mercer Ty Irby Jamie Bradshaw Randall Ferguson Brandon Stout Lloyd Cassidy Andy Simpson Gary Lester Family

TWHBEA THREE YEAR OLD MARES SEC A/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1298 1298 1298 199 1298 1298 199 199 1359 1298 718 199 718 1063 1063 1063 199 1063 475 1501 545 1359 1063 1359 1359 1359 1126 392 545 718 1047 545 532 718 392 545 1063 392 199 545 1359 392 874 718 392 1126 1501 1501 392 1126 794 874 1475 1126 545 1947 1501 1501 294 874 1SILVER FOG Dan Waddell Rachel Castaldi 2.BUSTED AT PEBBLE BEACH Justin Harris Bruce/Robin MacDonald 3. IM FLEUR DE LIS Travis Craft Dowell/Smith 4.LETHAL JOSELITA Edgar Abernathy Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson 5. POWERSTROKES MISS DELIGHT Herbert Derickson Tommy/Sister Milligan 6.FOREVER MORE Justin Jenne Gingerbread Farm 7. SENORITA SKY Scott Beaty Fred Allred 8.MY DANGEROUS DIVA Gary Edwards Charles Hemphill 9.LEILA Charlie Green Lloyd Cassidy 10. BEAM ME UP RITZ Andy Simpson Tommy Halmontaller

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS WESTERN PARK PLEASURE FIVE & OVER

Clark Bingham Bobo Smithson Waldo Final 32 32 32 32 32 32 62 584 62 134 584 62 584 62 584 62 62 584 120 134 120 856 856 134 134 856 856 584 134 856 856 120 134 120 120 120 1. DRAGONFIRE Jim Heiting Jim/Cindy Heiting 2. SKY FULL OF GOLD Patti Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 3.YAO MING Nicole Coffey Nicole Coffey 4. THE RED FALCON Joyce Hofstee Joyce Hofstee 5. DARK SPIRITS MACK DADDY Paige Bennett Shirley Stuart 6 .GENS BOUNTY HUNTER Joy Geske Joy Geske

TWHBEA THREE YEAR OLD MARES SEC B/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1055 1055 1055 1055 1055 1055 912 1396 164 725 912 725 1498 725 549 1498 212 1498 212 164 912 1396 725 912 725 1498 725 1818 1498 164 164 1067 1067 1067 1396 1396 1396 1818 212 164 164 212 549 212 1498 549 549 1067 1818 912 1396 1807 554 549 1807 1110 1818 912 468 1818 1MISS EBONY ROSE Ross Campbell Bob/Sudie Reed 2. STROKIN AT SUNRISE Herbert Derickson McGee/Ingraham 3.JOSES THE FIRST LADY Gary Edwards Maisie/Mandi McSwain 4RUBY LIPSTICK John Allan Callaway Don Bulloch 5.AN AMERICAN MAID Debbie Flack Jim/Debbie Flack 6 .ALWAYS IN STYLE Mickey McCormick Harbert/Nora Alexander 7.SLICE OF HEAVEN Justin Harris Andrew Waites Family 8.UNFORGETTABLE LADY Rodney Dick Judy McDonald 9.TIJUANA DAISY Justin Jenne Doug/Jean Brown 10.MISS SPLASHY CASH Vicki Self Evergreen Walking Horse Farm

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE YOUTH RIDERS 12-17 ON NOVICE MARES/GELDINGS

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1105 130 130 130 130 130 130 765 1105 765 1105 1105 1526 1105 1526 1300 1526 765 1816 1816 765 1105 765 1526 1300 1484 1300 1526 1300 1300 765 1526 242 1484 242 1484 1412 1300 1484 242 1484 1816 1484 795 1816 1816 1412 242 242 242 1412 1412 1287 1412 1287 1287 1287 795 795 1287 1 .STEMWINDER Koston McWaters LaRue McWaters 2. THE MISSISSIPPI HIPPIE WhitLei Green WhitLei Green 3.ABSOLUTE BULLET PROOF Jordan Dempsey Charles/Joy Gleghorn 4. PREMIUM TAP Kelly Short Jan Short 5.MY NAME JOSE Emilee Graves Mike/Tina Graves 6.THE DIXIE LAND Hannah McCurdy Hannah McCurdy 7. JOSES ROCK Preston Frazier Greg/Connie Frazier 8. I COMMAND APPLAUSE Lexie Stinnett Lexie Stinnett 9 .SHOCK IT TO ME Cassie Rutherford Cassie Rutherford 10. IM SUPERBAD Molly Vaughn Julie Vaughn

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KEITH & LORRAINE ROSBURY/DON DIEGO TWO YEAR OLD MARES SEC A/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider 298 843 298 843 719 719 843 719 843 461 719 298 389 180 1041 1502 1041 298 104 1041 104 104 1465 104 1465 1502 587 1465 1273 910 389 910 461 104 1273 1273 910 1465 430 461 1.JANES SILVER LINING Herbert Derickson 2. ATONEMENT Scotty Brooks 3.JAZZMINE LADY Winky Groover 4. RUBY ON PAROLE Philip Trimble 5.BEAUJOLAIS Sam Martin 6. TARHEELS SPLASHY RITZ Larry Edwards 7. SHES SUPER DOLLAR Billy Gray 8 .HOUSE CALL AT THE RITZ Scott Beaty 9.LUNA LOVEGOOD Jerry Collier 10 .LIPSTICK AND LEAD John Allan Callaway

Weaver Final 719 719 1041 843 298 298 1502 1041 843 104 104 1502 264 1465 389 389 180 1273 587 910 Ingraham/McGee Gene Davis JoAnn Dowell Joe/Betty Alvarez M/M Larry McLaughlin Monty Veazey Family Sam Kite Quentin Fox Family Jeanne Morrison Tommy Jowers Family

YEARLING WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 520 520 520 520 520 520 123 517 517 123 517 517 517 123 123 523 123 123 739 690 524 690 1062 690 690 524 405 1062 739 524 1062 739 640 517 690 1062 524 523 690 524 524 739 405 1062 523 739 523 523 523 640 1062 640 640 640 640 405 739 405 989 405 1 .COACHIN AND PREACHIN Beverly Lamp Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 2. OH PANCHO OH CISCO Roger Richards Jr Roger Richards 3. INTIMIDATORS COVER GIRL Amanda Wright Waites/Wright 4 .IM STAR GAZING Bobby Richards Martocci/Richards 5.SILVER BELLE TITLEIST Chris Richards 4J Land & Cattle Co 6 .COOPERSTOWN KID Marty Warren Denise Smith/Darrel Frazier 7 .DADDYS CASH Robert Nelms M/M Donnie Headrick 8. IM A FARMERS DAUGHTER Kelly Richards Bobby Joe Jones Family 9.SHES MADE IN AMERICA Evan Morgan James/Dawn Payne 10. PAROLE PATROL Carla Hurley Harlinsdale Farm

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KEITH & LORRAINE ROSBURY/DON DIEGO TWO YEAR OLD MARES SEC B/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo 272 476 272 476 272 997 706 720 476 628 296 296 166 166 628 207 1470 166 720 1503 207 1503 1088 706 1470 706 1503 1088 997 1470 1. CASH DATE 2. WICKED WALKING WITCH 3. COACHS FIRST LADY 4 SHES FEARLESS 5. JOSES SOUTHERN MISS 6. IM PAT SUMMITT 7.ITS CRYSTAL CLEAR 8. STAGECOACH MARY 9. LINED ROYAL CASH 10. SWING JAZZ

Grider Weaver Final 272 272 272 296 476 476 1470 166 166 166 997 296 628 720 720 1503 296 628 476 1503 1503 720 1088 1470 1306 1470 997 706 207 706 Brent Coburn Terry Dotson Family Casey Wright Joanne Dempsey Chad Williams Barnes/Hixon Winky Groover Jay/Barbara Kenehan Herbert Derickson Alan Riddley Family Michael Burton Ricky/Lisa Atnip Gary Edwards Paige Edwards Jeff Green Leah Boyd Brad Davis O & W Moody Ltd Ernest Upton Reilly Miller

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE GENTLEMEN ON NOVICE STALLIONS Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 920 619 1355 1052 1355 1355 1052 1082 1-52 748 1083 1052 748 1355 78 1355 748 748 619 1052 105 127 105 105 105 105 127 299 127 127 360 127 920 806 806 1082 1355 257 1082 285 360 360 285 360 285 360 1052 619 1982 1038 619 105 299 806 806 1418 1215 1082 1038 285 1. COUGAR Tommy Vinson Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson 2 .CROOKED LINE Benjamin Gray Benny Gray Family 3 SMOKE N CASH MM Charles Stivers Glendon Stivers 4.. KEEPING CASH FOR JFK Kip Looper Kip Looper 5. YOUR WISH MY COMMAND Bart McWaters LaRue McWaters 6. THATS MY LUCK Alex Way Alex Way 7. NIGHT LISTNER Bruce Vaughn Bruce Vaughn 8.GENS STONE CUTTER Alex Rea Ann Rea 9. BETTER STAND BACK Jack Heffington Jack Heffington 10.THE GAMBINO Paul Hankins Paul/LouAnn Hankins

OWNER AMATEUR PONY STALLIONS 1077 211

211 1077

1077 902

1077 211

211 1077

1077 211

1361 902 211 902 902 902 1313 1313 1361 1313 749 1361 749 1361 1435 1361 1361 1313 902 942 1313 749 237 749 237 1435 749 354 942 1435 1435 749 354 1435 1435 237 1510 237 1054 1510 354 354 354 354 942 1054 1510 942 1.THE DIXIE LINEMAN Gail Walling McDonald/Walling 2. PRIME POISON Lilly Waites Andrew Waites Family 3 .SAMSUNG George Ann Pratt Don/George Ann Pratt 4.THE COLONEL REB Taylor Walters Molly Walters 5 DARK & SHADY Molly Walters Molly Walters 6. TWO FOOT FREDDIE Corey Clarke Joe Clarke 7. ECSTATIC Sarah Moersch Dr. Barbara Moersch 8.HES EXTRAORDINARY Ashley Diamond Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 9. FRANKIE BLUE EYES Alan Bell Jerry Bell 10. HES FIRST CLASS Courtney Luttrell Courtney/Alex Luttrell

TWHNC STALLIONS OVER 15.2 FIVE & OVER (CANTER) SEC A/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1519 1519 1519 1519 1519 1519 901 901 901 901 901 901 500 500 500 500 500 500 1180 1180 1180 1180 1180 1180 140 140 140 140 140 140 1.IM COPPERFIELD Knox Blackburn Mike Walden Family 2.OZONES CUT ABOVE ALL John Allan Callaway George Ann Pratt 3. HES MY MAIN MAN Winky Groover Rising Star Ranch 4.JAIL BIRD ON PAROLE Travis Wiley Gloria Wiley 5. CHAMPAGNE WATCHOUT Jennie Jackson Walkin On Ranch


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TWHNC STALLIONS OVER 15.2 FIVE & OVER (CANTER) SEC B/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Clark 432 432 432 1031 1821 1821 1821 1013 1013 607 607 607 676 270 270 270 676 676 1390 39 39 39 1390 1390 1.WALK TIME CHARLIE 2.PUTTIN CASH ON THE LINE 3. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES 4.ROWDY REV 5. MADE OVER ALL OVER 6.JOSES DON JULIO 7.JOSES BUDDY HOLLY 8. GEORGE W MCCLINTOCK

Grider Weaver Final 432 432 432 1821 1013 1821 1013 1821 1013 607 676 607 676 607 676 270 270 270 39 39 39 1390 1390 1390 Chad Baucom Holland/Kilgore/Callicutt Tim Smith Tommy Jowers Family Steve Dunn Jimmy Smith Family Brandon Stout Harlinsdale Farm Mike McCormick Preston/Lora Sweeney Brent Coburn Fred Randolph Greg Bryant Lorraine Seth Brock Tillman Rick/Marla Lovett

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 12-14 MARES/GELDINGS Grider Bingham Bobo Clark 196 159 159 196 159 196 130 159 1167 130 196 130 130 712 1037 1037 785 1037 785 1167 1343 1167 1343 1400 1037 1343 712 785 1400 785 1167 1343 1223 1400 1400 1223 244 244 1223 244 1. BE COOL Jaclyn Compton 2. JOSE CALIENTE Chris Elliott 3. STEMWINDER Koston McWaters 4. MISS MIDNIGHT RIDER Maria Perry 5.TOO TALL JONES Jesse Laughlin 6.FOURTH QUARTER MIRACLE Jacob Miller 7.BLACK MARKET PUSHER Nathan Britt 8.CAROLINA CONFEDERATE Isaac McGee 9. HES OUR DURAMAX Thomas Derickson 10. GENERALS TOP BRASS Ashley Raby

Weaver Final 159 159 130 196 196 130 1037 1037 1167 1167 785 785 1400 1343 712 1400 1223 712 1343 1223 Rick/Della Compton Family Chris Elliott LaRue McWaters Bullington/Perry 4J Land & Cattle Co Jacob Miller RPC Farms Laura McGee Thomas Derickson Sheila Raby

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OWNER AMATEUR CLASSIC PARK PLEASURE

Smithson Bingham Bobo Clark Waldo Final 399 864 864 864 399 864 233 399 233 258 864 399 72 258 258 399 258 258 57 233 399 72 233 233 13 72 57 233 72 72 864 57 72 13 57 57 258 13 13 57 13 13 696 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270 1270 696 696 696 696 1270 1. MP1 Katie West Hill/West 2. IM GUNN POWDER AND LEAD Kathy Baker Dr Randall/Kathy Baker 3. MOTOWNS TITLE MASTERPIECE Justin Manis Debbie Sanders 4. EXTRA MOTION Wayne Westbrook Wayne Westbrook 5.THE SILVER BANDIT Kim Leonard Scott/Kim Leonard 6.TEX R US Ashley Diamond Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 7.CMON TURN ME LOOSE Debbie Wells Heiden/Wells 8. WHO GIVES A HOOT Wayne Barnes Wayne Barnes 9. ARMED WITH INTENT Ronnie Rushing Rushing Creek Walkers

ELITE OWNER AMATEUR LADIES MARES/GELDINGS Weaver Bingham Bobo 202 202 202 1280 106 1280 1125 301 1125 106 1280 106 466 349 1819 1320 1125 466 1819 1320 301 301 1819 1320 349 466 349 1. ROCKY MOUNTAIN SKY 2DOLLARS BRIGHT STAR 3. JOSE MISS DOLLY 4.CLEMENTINE BY JFK 5. SHAKIN FOR CASH 6. HIGH SOCIETY WOMAN 7.MS JOSE WALKS 8. WAR COMMANDER 9. STEPPING JOHN TCH

Clark Grider Final 202 202 202 106 1280 1280 1320 106 106 1819 466 1125 1125 1320 1320 1280 301 466 466 1819 1819 301 1125 301 349 349 349 Robin MacDonald Bruce/Robin MacDonald Jannie Chapman Jannie Chapman Jean O Brien McLaughlin/O Brien Lucky Collins Don/Lucky Collins Madeline Tew Kimble/Madeline Tew Tina Wright Cagle/Wright Sister Milligan Tommy/Sister Milligan Sheryl Crawford Crawford Colts Joyce Franks Charles Garner

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NEWS

The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry ImporTaNT UpcomINg DaTES oN THE TWHBEa calENDar

lUcaS ray rEyNolDS BIrTH aNNoUNcEmENT

Lewisburg, TN - As we approach the last four months of 2012, the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ And Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) has several important dates of which Tennessee Walking Horse breeders and owners should be aware. These dates are: September 30 • Deadline for nomination of all current year weanlings to the National Futurity. October 1 • All stallion reports must be postmarked by this date. • New foal crop registration begins. October 15 • Deadline for annual election ballots to be returned. December 31 • Expiration date for outstanding blood typing kits and blood type to DNA conversion kits. • Last day to take advantage of special TWHBEA negotiated rates for converting parentage verification from blood type to DNA.

Susan and Allen Reynolds of Olive Hill, KY announce the arrival of their son, Lucas Ray Reynolds. He was born on August 27, 2012, at 7:58 a.m. He weighed 5 lbs. and 10 oz. and was 20 inches long. Lucas Ray has two very proud older brothers, Landon who is five, and Logan who is three. The proud grandparents are Kenneth and Janice Day and Charles and Ethel Reynolds of Olive Hill, KY.

THE cElEBraTIoN aND TENNESSEE WalkINg HorSE commUNITy makE SIgNIFIcaNT coNTrIBUTIoN To mIDDlE TENNESSEE cHarITIES 11 days of food and fun at The Celebration funds 365 days of community service

SHELBYVILLE, TN – Yesterday’s announcement of better than anticipated attendance at the 74th annual Celebration is a positive sign that local civic groups will meet their annual fundraising goals. 17 local civic clubs raise money for charity at the annual Celebration and for more than half of the participating organizations; Celebration is their only or largest fundraiser of the year. More than 3.5 million dollars has been raised over the past 15 years for charity at the Celebration. Last year alone, these clubs grossed nearly $400,000 and netted more than $240,000. The overall economic impact on Middle Tennessee by the Celebration event is nearly $40 million and the Celebration facilities generate another $13 million annually through events throughout the year. “The Celebration is honored to give back to our community by providing an opportunity for local civic organizations to make a difference in our community. The participating civic clubs are able to help a tremendous number of people due to their hard work at The Celebration and we are delighted to be a partner in their good works,” said Dr. Doyle Meadows, CEO of the Celebration. The Celebration has a proud tradition of giving revenues generated through concession sales, program sales, souvenir sales and other services such as parking cars back to the community. The 17 participating civic organizations from Bedford County run the concessions, souvenir booths and program sales at the 11 day premier Tennessee Walking Horse event. The revenue generated by these groups fund their charitable programs for the entire year.

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“We rely on proceeds from the Celebration for all of our charity work and to maintain our VFW home on Depot Street. Local veterans are very important to our community and our country and without the Celebration we could not support our veterans,” said David Baker, Quartermaster of VFW Post 5019. Some of the area civic clubs participating at the 74th Annual Celebration include: American Legion Post 23, Civitan Club of Shelbyville, Community Lions Club, Disabled American Veterans (DAV), East Bedford Civic Club, Kiwanis Club of Shelbyville, Optimist Club, Shelbyville Central High School Quarterback Club, Shelbyville Breakfast Rotary, Shelbyville Central High School Band Boosters, Shelbyville Jaycees, Shelbyville Lions Club, Shelbyville Noon Rotary Club and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Without the Celebration, many of the community projects funded by local civic organizations would fold. The revenue generated among the 17 civic organizations ranges from $6,000 to $35,000 each. Nearly100% of the net proceeds are returned to Shelbyville/Bedford County community in the service of Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Boys State, Girls State, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Special Olympics, Great Strides, special needs children and adults, veterans, ball teams of all ages, and scholarships. Kiwanis alone gives nine scholarships to worth high school seniors. Selling nearly a 120,000 tickets to fans from more than 40 states each year, The Celebration® has an economic impact on Middle Tennessee’s economy, comparable to a NASCAR race and bigger than the Music City Bowl and the Country Music Marathon.


NEWS

The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry TWSHO ANNOuNcES FIFTH ROuNd OF SWAbbINg RESulTS FROm THE 74TH ANNuAl cElEbRATION Shelbyville, TN – Today the Tennessee Walking Show Horse Organization (TWSHO) has learned from the Walking Horse Trainer’s Association (WHTA) the results of The Celebration’s fifth round of expedited swabbing results. According to Don Gandy, Commissioner for the WHTA Enforcement LLC, one swab from Wednesday, August 29 failed the WHTA swabbing initiative. As a result, the WHTA has suspended trainer Brad Davis’ license for two weeks and The Celebration will remove Davis’ ribbon, prize money and trophy as well as retie the class. Additionally, Davis will not be allowed to present a horse for inspection or participate as a rider in the remainder of The Celebration. Last week, The Celebration announced it would be implementing historic reforms by enhancing the science based testing recently implemented by the Walking Horse Trainers’ Association (WHTA’s) Enforcement Initiative and strengthening the stringent testing methods currently employed at the event. The WHTA Enforcement Initiative swabbing program is an objective, science-based inspection initiative to swab the pasterns of horses in competition in order to detect substances that harm the horse or mask substances that could have harmed the horse. Celebration is taking the initiative one step further by swabbing every horse participating in the Celebration and funding a program that expedites swabs so that the results will be available during the event – this is a first in the history of the Industry. The swabbing results will then be made public and those found in violation will be punished in accordance with the Trainers’ Initiative. This is also the first time that classes will be retied accordingly removing ribbons, trophies and prize monies. A trainer found in violation will have their license suspended in line with WHTA initiative protocol and the horse will be disqualified.

TWSHO ANNOuNcES SIxTH ROuNd OF SWAbbINg RESulTS FROm THE 74TH ANNuAl cElEbRATION Shelbyville, TN – Today the Tennessee Walking Show Horse Organization (TWSHO) has learned from the Walking Horse Trainer’s Association (WHTA) the results of The Celebration’s sixth round of expedited swabbing results. According to Don Gandy, Commissioner for the WHTA Enforcement LLC, there were no violations to report from Thursday’s swabs. Last week, The Celebration announced it would be implementing historic reforms by enhancing the science based testing recently implemented by the Walking Horse Trainers’ Association (WHTA’s) Enforcement Initiative and strengthening the stringent testing methods currently employed at the event.

The WHTA Enforcement Initiative swabbing program is an objective, science-based inspection initiative to swab the pasterns of horses in competition in order to detect substances that harm the horse or mask substances that could have harmed the horse. Celebration is taking the initiative one step further by swabbing every horse participating in the Celebration and funding a program that expedites swabs so that the results will be available during the event – this is a first in the history of the Industry. The swabbing results will then be made public and those found in violation will be punished in accordance with the Trainers’ Initiative. This is also the first time that classes will be retied accordingly removing ribbons, trophies and prize monies. A trainer found in violation will have their license suspended in line with WHTA initiative protocol and the horse will be disqualified.

WARREN cOuNTy A & l FAIR WAlkINg HORSE SHOW mAkES clASS cHANgES The Warren County A & L Fair Walking Horse Show scheduled for September 15 in McMinnville, Tennessee has announced class changes for the upcoming horse show. The classes changed for the 2012 show are as follows: Class #7 - Two Year Old Open - Mares, Stallions, or Geldings Class #10 - Youth Trail Pleasure - Riders 17 & under - Specialty Class #15 - All Day Country Pleasure - Amateur Class #18 - Three Year Old Open - Mares, Stallions, or Geldings

NcWHA FuN SHOW cANcEllEd The North Carolina Walking Horse Association Fun Show scheduled for September 15 has been cancelled.

WHOA VERSATIlITy SHOW Walking Horse Owner’s Association of America & The Pleasure Walking Horse Association of Tennessee Presents September 28-30, 2012 Versatility Show WHOA and PWHAT have combined efforts to present an action packed three day show at Rising Farm Stables in Lewisburg, Tennessee. The show offers a slate of 81 classes and jackpot paybacks. Pleasure Driving, All Day Country Pleasure, Ribbon Race to Stake Race, Model, Racking, Obstacle and more lead to a challenging September weekend. An exhibitor’s party with hot pizza and live band “sweet fancy moses”, a mountain influenced homespun americana style of music follows the Saturday night show. Come sing with the band and enjoy an evening of

old time music, friends and fun.

For a class sheet click on the link below or see our website for class descriptions and rules. See you there... The Scoop / Page 71


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NEWS

The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry VOICE CELEbrATION WrAp Up EDITION SpECIAL! From now until September 18, 2012 TWHBEA will be offering a limited time advertising opportunity in the VOICE Magazine. Our special offering will be to Members Only and will include the following: 1 full color, full page, slick glossy ad plus 1 FREE 10x14 hard bound full color copy of “The Tennessee Walking Horse: An American Tradition” for a total of $495.00. This is a limited time offering. No other publication’s advertising schedule in the Tennessee Walking Horse Industry beats our price for a full color , full page advertisement. In addition, The Voice Magazine is known for its longevity among owners, breeders, trainers, and all other members of TWHBEA. We ask for your support of The Voice Magazine now more than ever! It is “The Breed Publication “ that reaches 10,000 +/TWHBEA Members and Non-Member Subscribers World-Wide. Our industry membership publication and magazine is of the highest quality and surpasses all others in readership and shelf life with its slick and glossy pages and informative articles. Please call Jane Moore at 931-580-6177, Paulette Ewing at 931-359-0593, or Carol Wakefield at 931-993-6333 today to reserve your ad space for the upcoming edition!

ADDED CLASS AT SOUTHErN CHAmpIONSHIp An additional class has been added to the Friday night schedule of the Southern Championship Horse Show. Class 22A will be Amateur Three Year Old Mares & Geldings.

CELEbrATION STATEmENT ON rESCHEDULINg OF JACkIE mCCONNELL SENTENCINg HEArINg SHELBYVILLE, TN - Dr. Doyle Meadows, CEO of the Celebration, issued the following statement regarding the date change in the sentencing of Jackie McConnell: “We are disgusted and outraged over the horrific acts of Jackie McConnell. In response, we took the strongest action available to us by issuing a life time ban that prohibits him from entering our grounds for any and all events. Additionally we stripped him of his status in our hall of fame. As far as we are concerned the only place Jackie McConnell belongs is in a jail cell and it is unfortunate that he is not being prosecuted under the new horse cruelty law.”

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WHOA SWEET SEpTEmbEr SHOWS Not quite winter yet, Not quite Autumn either, But Summer has definitely left plenty of time to enjoy our love of horses. The following shows are scheduled for September and affiliated with WHOA. Class sheets and show dates for October through November are also available on the WHOA website. September 8 American Classic Horse Show, Quentin Riding Club in Quentin, PA. Judge: Kevin Gilliam September 8 WHOA Versatility Horse Show in Foley, AL. Judge: Roger Hand. September 8 Cannon Co. Cheerleaders SSHBEA Horse Show at Clayton Glenn/JMP Arenas (Woodbury Fair Grounds) in Woodbury, TN. Judge: Jerry Corley. September 15 PPWHANC All Western Fun Show at Bayfield Farm in Oxford, NC. Judge: Tom Cochran September 15 Wisconsin Fall Finale Mandt’s Equestrians Center Oregon (Madison area) Judge: Dee Dee Sale. September 22 Pine Rock Farm Show Series Horse Show #4 at Pine Rock Farm, 100 J.A. Rogers Road, Kittrell, NC. Judge: Jimmy Black September 28-30 Versatility Show PWHAT/WHOA at Rising Glory Farm in Lewisburg, Tennessee. Judge: TBA.

mOONLIgHT TrAIL rIDE HOTDOg/CHILI SUppEr & AUCTION Saturday, September 29, 2012 Ride begins 6:30 pm $15.00 per person - Riders & non-riders Funds to support TWHN Museum Garrett Winnette Farm West Road * Wartrace, TN. Contact twhnmuseum@bellsouth.net for more details. 931-205-1683

COrrECTION WGC & WC Boure is trained by Knox Blackburn Stables, Franklin, TN. Boure is owned by Tam Brogdon from Panama City Beach, FL and Shelbyville, TN. The SCOOP apologizes for any inconvenience our mistake may have caused.


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The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry HumaNE SocIETy oF uNITEd STaTES oN dEFENSIvE

WaLK TImE cHaRLIE GoES To THE FaIR!

Humane Society Releases Inflammatory and False Video of Known Felon to Distract from Criticism that They Allowed Horse Abuse for Eleven Straight Months

Walk Time Charlie, the 2012 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion, and Chad Baucom will be present for an exhibition and time with fans at the upcoming Tennessee State Fair at the fairgrounds in Nashville, Tenn. This will be the first public appearance for Baucom and Walk Time Charlie since being crowned the 74th Annual Celebration champions over Labor Day weekend. Walk Time Charlie will be available for fans to see and visit on Wednesday September 12, 2012 from 6:00PM8:00PM with an exhibition to follow in the equestrian center on the fairgrounds. The Tennessee State Fair runs from Friday September 7 through Sunday September 16, 2012.

Shelbyville, TN - The Humane Society of the United States was on the defensive today over a Chattanooga Times Free Press article that ran in today’s newspaper detailing the fact that they allowed horse abuse to continue for 11 months in order to fuel their fundraising and public relations machines. Their response was to release a video testimonial from a convicted felon and horse abuser who was turned into authorities by SHOW HIO and banned from the Celebration for eternity. The fact is that the Celebration, SHOW HIO and TWSHO are committed to reform and have implemented the strictest standards and penalties in the business.

cELEBRaTIoN aTTENdaNcE uP dESPITE EcoNomIc doWNTuRN Shelbyville, TN – The Celebration today announced that attendance at the midpoint of the 11-day event is higher than in 2010 despite the economic downturn. During the first six days of 2010, 57,203 people attended and this year, 61,205 have attended. There are also several nights this year that have surpassed attendance in 2011, including the paid attendance for the two premier weekend nights that are up almost 7%. Celebration officials predict overall event attendance rate will be comparable to last year and surpass 2010. “We are delighted with the excitement surrounding the 74th annual Celebration. The event raises money for several local charities and we couldn’t be more pleased with the numbers we are seeing,” said Doyle Meadows, Celebration CEO. “We are thankful to all those who have attended and will do so in the coming nights as this event is a significant contributor to the Middle Tennessee economy.” The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is the world’s largest and most prestigious event celebrating the Tennessee Walking Horse. For over 70 years, the Celebration has crowned world champions and left an indelible mark on the community that is both economic and civic. In addition to the $38 million impact on Middle Tennessee’s economy, the Celebration raises over $200,000 for local charities. The Celebration’s highest priority is placed on the safety of the horses and the Celebration is proud to lead the way in safety reforms by imposing the most stringent inspection measures and strictest penalties of any Tennessee Walking Horse event.

Walk Time Charlie and Baucom are excited to make the trip from North Carolina to allow fans and visitors of the State Fair to be up close and personal with the newly crowned champion. For more information about the Tennessee State Fair visit www.tnstatefair.org.

WE mouRN WIRT HaRLIN William Wirt Harlin, III of Franklin, TN passed away on September 8, 2012. Harlin attended Battle Ground Academy and received his BS degree from Samford University. He was a long-time member of the National Guard and worked in the financial industry. Harlin was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Nunally Harlin. He is survived by his wife, Tracey T. Harlin; sons, Bill (Kelly) Harlin, IV and Tom (Laura) Harlin; father, Bill Harlin; brother, Clay (Faye) Harlin; sister, Camille Harlin; grandchildren, Tucker, Luke, and Emily Harlin. Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at Williamson Memorial Funeral Home with Russ Corley officiating. Interment was at Williamson Memorial Gardens in Franklin, TN. Memorials may be sent to Encouragement Ministries, P.O. Box 2082, Brentwood. TN 37024-2082 or New Hope Community Church, P.O. Box 3146, Brentwood, TN 37027.

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OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN TRAIL PLEASURE Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark 336 89 644 654 89 6654 651 639 654 651 639 644 644 644 89 512 688 639 336 336 639 512 654 89 651 688 688 651 512 336 611 1000 1000 861 512 861 366 1000 1000 688 1.THE WICKED MASTER Sheryl Volkman 2. A RED RUBY Liz Gassaway 3. BEDAZZLED BY JAZZ Lisa Baum 4 .CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kasey Kesselring 5 .GOOD TIL THE LAST DROP Dawn Payne 6IM MANHATTEN Tamara Hader 7.A WICKED BOND Krysta Allen 8. GOOD LUCK CHUCK Rhonda Martocci 9.VICTORIAS GOT A SECRETJack Kwok 10.ROLLING COMMANDER Patti Pollack

Smithson Final 89 89 336 654 644 644 654 336 651 639 639 651 512 512 688 688 61 1000 335 61 John/Sheryl Volkman Gassaway/Morgan Lisa Baum Kasey Kesselring Family Barker/Payne Tamara Hader Krista/Rachel Allen Rhonda Martocci Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok/Payton Davis Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE YOUTH 6-11 ON NOVICE MARES/GELDINGS

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 1286 591 603 702 603 448 603 603 702 1106 591 603 591 1106 1106 448 1364 1112 1106 702 591 591 1175 1106 702 448 448 1364 448 591 448 373 1364 603 1106 702 1364 1182 1175 1175 702 1182 1175 1175 1182 1112 1182 373 1182 1364 1112 373 373 1072 373 1. WALK ON COMMAND Jessica LAwell Roger/Barbara Jenkins 2. MAJOR GENIUS Taylor Strickler Kelly/Teresa Strickler 3. GENS BLACK GIN CREATION Storm Sims Mike Chiappari Family 4. IM UGLY BETTY Counti Green Counti Green 5. SHES ARMED WITH POISON William Derickson Thomas Derickson 6 .PICKIN THE BLUES Lilly Riddley Alan Riddley Family 7. PRIMES JUMP JIVEN Claudia Gribble Claudia Gribble 8.JOSES JAZZY SPIRIT KJ Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 9 .PEDAL TO THE METAL Alexis Turner Gloria Wiley 10. A LITTLE MO MAGIC Delaney Reynolds Glenna Garrett

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OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH PONIES 15-17 Clark Bingham Bobo Grider 209 151 209 209 1022 209 151 151 151 1022 1022 1022 922 922 922 922 1257 1257 1257 1257 1. LINED WALKIN Lilly Waites 2 ROLL THE GOLD Allison Thorson 3. TOMMY LEE JONES Benjamin Bowen 4. RITZ TORNADO Meghan Davis 5. A SHOW OF JAZZ Robert Cortner

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Weaver Final 209 209 1022 151 151 1022 922 922 1257 1257 Andrew Waites Family Thorsport Inc Benjamin Bowen Shamrock Farms Robert Cortner

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE RIDERS ON NOVICE SHOW PLEASURE HORSES

Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 197 1479 197 455 197 197 1419 197 455 1305 1479 1479 306 347 1305 833 455 455 1479 833 772 1479 306 833 772 1419 833 1547 1368 1305 833 938 1479 197 1285 772 455 1368 1368 938 772 1419 1305 772 306 1419 1419 306 1285 455 1419 1368 1305 1368 1368 1547 1056 772 1547 938 1.SPOOKY DOLLAR Stephanie Elliott Elliott/Gattis 2.PEARL GUNN Linda Imler Sally Fleck 3.JUBILEES AWESOME DREAM Shannon Cotter Ed/Shannon Cotter 4 .BLUE RAY LaMar DePoyster Gordon/Lamar DePoyster 5 .HICKORYS SINATRA Sherry Bonner Joe Bertram 6 .BEAMIN DOLLAR Megan Green Green/Peebles 7.BRONCO BILLY Wendy Laughlin Joe Laughlin 8. OFF DUTY Jack Bolozky Jack Bolozky 9.DOLLARS AND DREAMS Elizabeth Tew Scott/Elizabeth Tew 10.COMMAND AT SUNRISE Ashlyn Avent Ashlyn Avent

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OWNER AMATEUR 70 YEARS & OVER

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 388 433 1507 433 1507 1507 433 1507 433 1507 388 433 1507 1232 47 905 905 388 1232 1262 388 1262 433 1232 905 770 1232 1232 770 905 47 388 770 388 1232 770 770 47 905 770 1255 1262 1282 905 1068 1255 1262 47 1262 1282 566 47 1832 1282 1832 1068 1262 1282 1282 1255 1.KUDOS FOR CASH W H Hill Dr/M W H Hill 2 .JOSES DELIGHTFUL PUSHER Kenneth Callicutt John Callicutt 3. RITZS BIG DIPPER Heidi McWilliams Jim/Heidi McWilliams 4.SHES CALIENTE Linton Griffith Stone Manor Farm 5. MORE OF THE MAJOR Ron Lawrence Ron/Carolyn Lawrence 6.KNEE DEEP IN CASH Charles Gleghorn Charles/Joy Gleghorn 7 .SILVER SHIRAZ Carol Canerday Carol Canerday 8 .LEBRON JAMES Roger Emerick Roger/Rebecca Emerick 9 .LOVE THAT SHOWBOAT Jean Baum Jean Baum 10. RADICAL JAZZ Mo Nisbett Dr Harry/Mo Nisbett

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 12-17 PARK PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS Bingham Bobo 1825 562 562 321 321 1825 1165 241 241 1165 1 .SANTANAS COIN 2. FOG AT THE RITZ 3.MISS CHEYENNE 4.METRO GRAND 5. OUT FOR PAROLE

Clark Smithson 1825 1825 562 321 321 562 1165 241 241 1165 Robert Cortner Abbey Fleming Makenzie Niston Ragan Hoffman Jesse Laughlin

Waldo Final 562 1825 1825 562 241 321 321 241 1165 1165 Landrum/McNeely/Cortner Jim Upchurch Ezzell/Mesimer Wayne Hall 4J Land & Cattle Co


Sunday - August 26

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OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON FOUR YEAR OLD MARES/ GELDINGS SEC A Weaver Bingham Bobo 1279 439 1296 1393 1296 1279 1296 1393 439 439 1279 1393 1042 1042 1119 1119 1508 1542 1542 1119 1508 1508 1831 15 245 1542 1042 1831 15 1831 1 SHES A SHADY SISTER 2 .MORE HORSEPOWER 3.A POKER FACE 4. SAPPHIRE GIN 5.JOSES NIGHT TRAIN 6 .HELLO CUTIE 7. DOLLARS MISTY MAID 8. JAZZS BRIGHT STAR 9. SHES A TACO BELLE 10. TRUE PLATINUM

Clark 1296 439 1279 1508 1393 245 15 1119 1042 1542 Lee McGartland Jannie Chapman Clay Mills Dru McCormick Sister Milligan Gayla Kail Sarah Moersch Juanita Thigpen Donna Kay Head Eric Lackey

Grider Final 1296 1296 1279 1279 1393 439 1542 1393 1119 1119 1831 1042 15 1508 15 1542 1029 15 1508 1831 Mike/Lee McGartland Jannie Chapman Mills/Baucom Dru McCormick Tommy/Sister Milligan Jada Kail Dr. Barbara Moersch Charles/Juanita Thigpen Donna Kay Head M/M Eric Lackey

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE LADY RIDERS ON NOVICE STALLIONS

Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 708 708 273 708 708 708 273 273 708 275 1398 273 576 185 185 273 1362 796 1398 744 796 744 273 1398 796 1398 1362 796 796 1362 1362 1033 275 1033 1033 185 185 796 385 1398 744 1033 1358 275 1398 576 1324 744 1033 385 1033 1358 275 275 275 1362 576 1362 1358 576 1.GIN TODDY Sue Irby Sue Irby 2 .WIRED FOR CASH Leslie Dotson Terry Dotson Family 3.BOBBY BOUCHER Tammy Valmus Valmus/Rogers 4 .GIN AND JUICE Marla Lovett Rick/Marla Lovett 5.JAZZ TALKIN Renee Montgomery Renee Montgomery 6.PAROLES JAIL HOUSE ROCK Kimberly Brinkman Coult Kimberly Coult 7 .SHADY CASH Meredith Driskell Steve Driskell 8 .HOME RUN FEELIN Martha Wilkes Martha Wilkes 9.ESCALADE Lisa Flannery Lisa Flannery 10. LATE NIGHT CALLER Jennifer Brown Lee Diann Brown

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THE MOLLY WALTERS FAMILY FOUR YEAR OLD STALLIONS (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1511 1511 1511 1511 1511 1511 478 1318 478 478 478 478 1318 478 383 383 1318 1318 383 911 1318 1318 383 383 911 913 913 911 913 911 913 1418 911 1263 911 913 1284 1812 1418 1418 1418 1418 1263 1284 1263 469 469 1263 1418 1263 1284 1284 1284 1284 1812 383 1812 1812 1812 1812 1. HONORS Larry Edwards Dan/Keith/Kelly McSwain Families 2. IM DEUCE Casey Wright Bill/Debbie Woods 3 .THE JAZZ PLAYER Jimmy McConnell Jimmy/Edith Dilday 4 .SIEGE Scott Beaty Fred Allred 5.REFLECTION IN GIN John Allan Callaway George Ann Pratt 6 .ENCORES RICOCHET Bill Callaway Bill Hill 7 .REVS FLASHBACK Jeff Laughlin Kris York Family 8 .GINS WHO DAT Jerry Woodlee Carol Canerday 9. SKYWATCH MAKES MAGIC Bobby Hugh Raymond/Diana Popp 10. IM RITZ AND DANGEROUS Tim Smith Allred/Beard

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON FOUR YEAR OLD MARES/ GELDINGS SEC B Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1436 102 721 1806 102 1806 721 1509 1806 721 1806 1436 1806 1425 1436 575 575 721 1509 1436 1509 1436 1509 1509 1425 1536 1425 1536 1536 102 102 1806 575 102 188 1536 1536 721 1536 1509 1436 575 451 5575 188 451 721 1425 188 188 1319 1425 1425 188 575 451 451 1319 1319 451 1. DIRTY SEXY MONEY Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 2 .SPLASHING AT THE RITZ Sarah Moersch Dr. Barbara Moersch 3. POWERSTROKES EVENING STAR Pam Ingraham Ingraham/McGee 4.IM SPICY HOT Paige Edwards Hawkersmith Family 5 .TARHEELS INTIMIDATOR Cliff Rivers Cliff/Norma Rivers 6. RITZ DIAMOND IN THE RUFF Alex Blackburn Corlew/Blackburn 7. MY JURISDICTION Kenny Compton Kenny Compton Family 8. SOX APPEAL Debbie Eichler Rising Star Ranch 9. TITLEIST ACCENT Sydney Shortridge Scott/Donna Shortridge 10. MY AMERICAN HONEY Madison Holloway Teresa Kincaid

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Monday Morning - August 27

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FLAT SHOD PLEASURE DRIVING

Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo 65 65 65 1429 1429 1429 342 342 976 1429 342 342 342 580 580 976 342 580 580 976 114 976 114 114 801 1530 1530 801 1530 801 801 1530 1. OVERPASS Patti Pollack 2. JOSES BABY DOLL Jeff Laughlin 3. SCORES HEARTBREAKER Kathy Owen

Bingham Final 1429 65 65 1429 65 342 976 976 976 580 114 114 1530 1530 801 801 Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch Doris Penick Kathy Owen/Double Springs Farm 4.STARRY EYES Shelli MeHaffey Sally Reiley 5.ARIANA Dr Linda Jones Jones/Lane 6. TRIGGER ON THE PROWL Jeff Givens JoAnn Dowell 7. MY PRIVATE EYE Ann Marie Couch Royce/Ann Marie Couch 8.CEO OF THE RITZ Jody Brannon Brooke Daly/Jody Brannon

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE YOUTH 6-17 ON NOVICE PARK PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS Smithson Waldo 240 65 65 319 319 240 1. OVERPASS 2. THE GRIZZLY 3. STOLEN GEM

Bingham Bobo 65 65 319 240 240 319 Tyler Diamond Pollack Makenzie Niston Brooke Morris

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Clark Final 65 65 319 319 240 240 Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch David Mesimer Jim/Jason/Brooke Morris

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS LITE SHOD WESTERN OPEN SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

EQUITATION ADULT (CANTER)

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE LITE SHOD NOVICE RIDERS

OWNER AMATEUR PLANTATION PLEASURE

Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo Final 638 638 638 638 638 638 860 648 559 860 648 860 648 559 860 559 559 648 559 860 648 648 860 559 1. CATASTROPHIC Laurie Toone Laurie Toone 2. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Leigh Stuart Leigh Stuart 3. MAJOR ORDERS Evan Morgan WestMark Farms 4. LINED WITH PROMISE Patrick Thomas Hamilton/Icardi

Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 489 489 649 489 489 489 863 1195 1195 1195 1195 1195 1169 863 489 649 649 649 1195 1169 510 863 1169 863 510 649 1169 1169 510 1169 649 510 863 510 863 510 1432 1432 1432 1432 1432 1432 17 1156 1482 1530 17 1482 1482 1482 1530 1156 1156 17 1156 17 17 1482 1482 1156 1. ABSOLUT SKYY Jana Anderson Pulvers/Howell/Anderson 2. KICK START JAZZ Justin Manis Manis/Richardson 3. CATERPILLAR Frank Mosley WestMark Farms/Morgan/Mosely 4. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Kara Graham Graham/Hopkins 5. TIJUANNA JAZZ Wendy Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 6. NO WAY JOSE Krysta Allen Rachel Allen 7. A MAJOR GOLD STRIKE Darrin Sisk Doris Penick 8. VOLS SPIRIT Vicky Swayne Vicki Swayne 9. GENS MAJOR ONE Roger Boose Roger Boose 10. RAINS DUDE Carmen Franck Carmen Franck

Grider Weaver Bingham 9006 9006 9006 9014 99014 9014 1. RACHEL BURCH 2. CARMEN FRANCK

Bingham Bobo Clark 55 55 55 484 484 484 1. HELLO IM JOHNNY CASH 2. GENS DOUBLE ACTION

Bobo 9006 9014 n/a n/a

Smithson 55 484 Sherri Pollack Rufus Dale

Clark 9006 9014

Final 9006 9014 n/a n/a

Waldo Final 55 55 484 484 Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch Rufus Dale


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OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE ENGLISH TRAIL PLEASURE NOVICE RIDER

WEANLING COLTS

Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 124 124 124 124 420 124 1006 699 670 1006 124 1006 216 1006 420 420 378 420 98 1340 216 378 1340 378 378 521 521 216 736 216 1340 98 1006 521 699 1340 400 378 400 1340 670 521 699 216 378 670 216 670 420 670 736 1206 1006 699 1206 444 1340 1193 1206 98 1. IM KING OF THE RING Amanda Wright George Wright Family 2. THE ILLUMINATI Karen McGee Brad Davis Family 3. MY DIAMOND BACK Sylvester Skierkowski Bobby Joe Jones Family 4. NAT KING COLE Marty Warren Dr. Lorelle Beattie 5. IM SEXY AND I KNOW IT Chris Richards Chris Richards 6. GO DIEGO GO Beverly Lamp Maple Crest Farms 7. IM EARNHARDT Keith Reed Roger Richards 8. JOSES DETROIT SON Blaise Broccard Maggie Mae/Jon/Sherry White 9. IM EYEING TO WIN Jesse Dotson III Dotson Brothers 10. THE COMMANDIN GENERAL LEE Nathan Mills Nathan/April Mills

WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER PARK PLEASURE WESTERN SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

569 569 569 569 569 569 856 856 856 856 856 856 885 885 885 885 885 885 1. ARMED & TRIGGER HAPPY Patrick Thomas Cassique Plantation/Rowan 2. DARK SPIRITS MACK DADDY Leigh Stuart Shirley Stuart 3. LIGHTS ON CODY Jeff Byrom Larry/Joy Allman

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 12-17 SHOW PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 855 855 1419 855 1419 855 1419 1091 855 1419 855 1419 1091 1344 1091 527 1091 1091 527 446 1344 446 446 446 1344 1419 446 1344 527 1344 446 527 527 1091 1344 527 1. SANTANAS RENAISSANCE MAN Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 2. BRONCO BILLY Jesse Laughlin Joe Laughlin 3. PERFECTION OF JAZZ Hailey Puckett King/Way 4. STAR IN THE MAKING Kayla Baucom Tyler/Kayla Baucom 5. OOPS PARDON ME Caitlin Woody Ron Jones/RPC Farms 6. SMOOTH SKYES Shelby Sims Shelby Sims

AUXILIARY EQUITATION YOUTH MEDAL CHAMPIONSHIP (CANTER) Bobo Clark Grider 9012 9012 9012 9011 9011 9011 9001 9001 9001 9007 9015 9015 9015 9002 9007 9002 9004 9002 9004 9007 9004 1. ALLISON THORSON 2. KAITLYN RIPPY 3. ALLISON HOLT 4. MORGAN MURPHY 5. MEME ANDERSON 6. MAGGIE MAE WHITE 7. ALEXIS KING

Smithson 9012 9011 9001 9002 9007 9004 9015 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Weaver 9012 9011 9001 9004 9015 9002 9007

Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Bingham Final 334 334 504 334 364 334 498 498 364 979 504 504 504 594 506 364 334 364 364 506 977 504 506 506 734 734 493 655 498 498 493 655 734 493 493 493 977 364 250 734 655 734 506 979 78 506 977 655 78 977 655 498 61 977 979 493 224 61 78 979 1. CONTEMPORARY JAZZ Kasey Kesselring Kesselring/Gray 2. WICKED ENDEAVOR Jana Anderson Allen/Irby/Anderson 3. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Bruce Vaughn Hankins/Vaughn 4. SHES INDESCRIBABLE Allie Dennis Dennis/White 5. IM KING BEE WhitLei Green Hanson/Green 6. WATCHIN FOR THE STORM Renee Stasiewicz Scott/Renee Stasiewicz 7. MAN DRESSED IN BLACK Mason Gassaway Mason Gassaway 8. MR PAPARAZZI Caroline Elliott Kaminski/Elliott 9. PUSHIN SOME BLACK JAZZ Bryan MeHaffey MeHaffey/Byard 10. HES PUTTIN ON ROSES Donna Byard Ken Stirn

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS LITE SHOD TWO YEAR OLD/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham 9012 9011 9001 9015 9002 9007 9004 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Smithson Waldo Bingham Bobo 1243 849 1432 849 1432 1432 867 1234 849 645 849 645 645 867 645 412 1422 1422 1422 867 646 646 646 1422 633 633 633 1432 867 412 488 646 488 1243 412 633 412 488 1243 488 1. IM MAGIC MIKE Allison Smart 2. PUSHERS ARC Laurie Toone 3. A MAJOR GOLD STRIKE Jeff Laughlin 4. CALIPARIS COUSINS Chris Helton 5. IMA KINGPIN Patrick Thomas 6. RONALD ROWDY Eli Murphy 7. JOE BLACK JR Evan Morgan 8. A BIT OF HEAVEN Jackie Byrom 9. NO FEAR OF JAZZ Webby Burch 10. MY LAST LONELY DOLLAR Angela Tuck

Clark Final 867 849 645 645 633 1432 488 867 1422 1422 1243 1243 1432 646 849 633 412 412 646 488 Phyllis Langley Laurie Toone Doris Penick Jordan Fox Joe Laughlin Harlinsdale Farm Kathy Zeis Donna Swain M/M Donnie Headrick Angela Tuck

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WEANLING FILLIES Clark 514 7 735 515 379 110 168 115 401

Grider 735 379 7 514 515 700 815 110 115

Weaver 379 735 514 110 7 515 815 401 700

Bingham 514 735 379 515 700 7 110 168 115

Bobo 735 514 168 110 515 379 815 7 700

Final 735 514 379 7 515 110 700 168 815

700 168 168 401 401 115 1. SHES A REAL DIAMOND Robert Nelms Carole Hargett 2. ADORABLE DIAMOND Beverly Lamp Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 3. MISS MARTINI Karen McGee Henderson Colt Farm 4. ROWDY SUNSHINE John Dorris Harlinsdale Farm 5. JUST ME AND BOBBY MCGEE Chis Richards Bobby Joe Jones Family 6. MISS LADY LIBERTY Jeff Givens Old Silo Farm 7. SHES SWEET VENGEANCE Jesse Dotson Dotson Brothers 8. WATCH DONT TOUCH Michael Chandler Michael Chandler 9. IM ARMED & FABULOUS Christy Hicks Bradley/Kellee Patton 10. 6 DAYS ON THE RODE Joe Campbell Laura Thompson

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OWNER AMATEUR GENTLEMENS FINE HARNESS

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 391 391 1400 1400 1400 1400 996 1400 391 391 391 391 1400 782 996 996 996 996 782 996 782 782 345 782 345 345 345 345 782 345 1. CAROLINA CONFEDERATE Jeffrey McGee Laura McGee 2. CLUTCHS POWER PLAY Ben Harrell Double Springs Farm 3. FOOLISH DOLLAR Jack Kwok O & W Moody Ltd 4. PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE Gavin Kasser Charles/Carol Ann Gavin 5. JUST SAY OLE Brandon Taylor Brandon Taylor

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THE BILL & KAREN BEAN/JUST HORSEN AROUND RANCH MARES OVER 15.2 FIVE & OVER (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark 1272 1051 1132 1272 1051 1819 1051 1051 1132 1132 1819 462 1819 462 462 1819 462 1272 1272 1132 341 341 341 341 1. MAIN SWEETIE Philip Trimble 2. SOUTHERN DOLLAR Charlie Green 3. OUT ON BOND Jerry Collier 4. HERES YOUR CHANGE Michael Wright 5. MS JOSE WALKS Tim Smith 6. SHE SCORED NINE Dickie Scrivner

Grider Final 462 1051 1051 1132 1132 1272 1272 462 341 1819 1819 341 James/Peggy Vernon Bryan Turpen Harold Malone Diana Cruse Tommy/Sister Milligan Pam Williams

BASKIN-IRBY CONSTRUCTION CLASSIC PARK PLEASURE OPEN SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 864 650 650 258 650 650 399 258 399 557 258 258 557 864 258 399 557 399 650 399 57 650 399 557 258 557 557 57 57 864 57 57 864 864 864 57 1. DOUBLE SHOT OF CASH Laurie Toone Tamara Hader 2. MOTOWNS TITLE MASTERPIECE Steve Sanders Debbie Sanders 3. IM GUNN POWDER AND LEAD Charlie Moore Dr Randall/Kathy Baker 4. LUCKY DAZE Patrick Thomas Lisa Shockey Kessel 5. MP1 Chris Helton Hill/West 6. TEX R US Ashley Diamond Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch


Monday Evening - August 27

THE ANDREW WAITES FAMILY TWO YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC A/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP

Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 479 309 309 309 479 309 309 936 936 936 936 936 936 184 184 479 390 479 723 390 479 723 184 184 184 723 1084 184 309 723 1084 1384 390 390 723 390 1448 479 723 1384 1384 1084 390 1084 1384 784 1084 1384 1384 1448 784 1448 1448 1448 784 784 751 1084 784 784 1. KEEP YOUR CASH Winky Groover Crawford Colts 2. READY TO PLAY John Allan Callaway Griffith/Potter 3. JOSES DOUBLE DOWN Casey Wright Bill/Debbie Woods 4. JOSES COMPADRE Justin Harris Salt Lick Farms 5. THE DOCS ON CALL Herbert Derickson David/Libby Doub 6. BLACK JACK RITZ Scott Beaty Quentin Fox Family 7. KINGS KODE BLUE Troy Frame Enfinger/Williamson/Way 8. JOSE HAYBURNER Brock Tillman Diana Bowers 9. EL RANGO Link Webb Dr. Barbara Moersch 10. SILVER BERLIN Tony Mercer Dr. Jack/Elizabeth Bailey

OWNER AMATEUR GENTLEMENS SHOW PLEASURE

Grider Bingham Bobo Clark 447 807 807 1520 1520 1520 1065 1236 455 455 1520 446 1236 1065 1439 1111 1439 1439 446 1065 1065 137 1111 807 807 1111 1236 1439 1111 1097 758 455 1368 1236 455 1097 137 446 137 1341 1. LIMESTONE LUCY Steve Heitmiller 2. IRON WORKS TIN MAN Grant Jones 3. STAR IN THE MAKING Tyler Baucom 4. MR SAM HOUSTON Jim Woodburn 5. CHILLIN THE MOST Steve Mozeley 6. JUBILEES AWESOME DREAM Ed Cotter 7. CHECKIN IN AT THE RITZ Kent McGary 8. A FIRE IN DIXIE Jim Cortner 9. NOONS HURRICANE Luke Benham 10. IN A DANGER ZONE Kelly Martin

Weaver Final 1520 1520 807 807 446 446 1065 1065 1439 1439 1341 455 1111 1236 455 455 293 1236 1236 1097 Steve Heitmiller Ray Jones Trucking Inc Tyler/Kayla Baucom Woodburn/Barnes Steve Mozeley Ed/Shannon Cotter Kent McGary The Cortner Family Paul/Donna Hughes Kelly Martin

OWNER AMATEUR 50 & OVER PARK PLEASURE Bingham 683 1387 1825 232 1414 259

Bobo 683 1387 359 1429 1825 232

Clark 1387 683 1825 259 1414 1429

Smithson 683 232 1387 259 1825 1414

1429 142 232 1429 142 1414 142 142 1165 1165 1165 1165 1. TIJUANA TEX Darden Gladney 2. B B KINGS JAZZ Libby Stephens 3. SANTANAS COIN John McNeely 4. OUTLINED WITH SILVER Wayne Westbrook 5. TRAVELING DR WILLIAMS Debbie Sanders 6. BREAK ME OUT Lisa Baum 7. JOSES BABY DOLL Vickie Penick 8. MISS ARMANI Kathleen Nitabach 9. OUT FOR PAROLE Betty Laughlin

Waldo 683 1387 232 1825 259 1165

Final 683 1387 1825 232 259 1414

1414 1429 1429 142 142 1165 Gladney Farms Stephens/Womack Landrum/McNeely/Cortner Robert Westbrook Sonny/Debbie Sanders Lisa Baum Doris Penick Humphrey/Nitabach Joe Laughlin

THE ANDREW WAITES FAMILY TWO YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC C/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1317 1317 1228 1317 1317 1317 238 1830 1830 238 1228 1228 724 1228 1317 1228 387 238 387 238 990 841 724 724 841 724 387 776 238 387 1228 841 776 724 776 841 1003 1464 724 387 841 1830 990 1003 841 1464 1830 776 776 776 238 990 1382 990 1830 990 1382 1438 1003 1003 1. IM BOB MARLEY Jimmy McConnell Molly Walters Family 2. A NATURAL NINE Todd Smith Luttrell/Matthews 3. MASTER OF THE RITZ Brandye Mills Stewart/Trimble 4. HES GUNS N ROSES Herbert Derickson Thomas Derickson 5. DANGEROUS DILLINGER Scott Beaty Fred Allred 6. GINTASTIC Scotty Brooks Sherri Ward 7. THE SUPREME TITLEIST Tim Smith Joe/Janice Fostek 8. DOLLARS FROM DOWN UNDER Dick Peebles n/a 9. IM A SALTY DAWG Bill Beech Ray Beech 10. THE COACHS SON Brad Davis Don Broome

THE ANDREW WAITES FAMILY TWO YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC B/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 463 463 463 463 463 463 126 536 616 616 126 937 937 937 937 536 203 616 616 1460 536 937 937 536 536 616 203 126 616 126 1460 203 1460 203 536 203 203 126 126 1039 1460 1460 315 1039 1039 1460 1039 1039 1039 315 315 315 315 1039 1. NINE GOLD Michael Wright Bill McMillan 2. NO DINERO John Allan Callaway Terry Ridley 3. JIMMER FREDETTE Dale Watts Deborah Williams 4. JOSES FULL THROTTLE Justin Jenne John/Becky Sharp 5. RITZY WOMANS MAN Thomas Seymore LaRue McWaters 6. THE MYSTERY Justin Harris Darrell/Tracy Oliver 7. COSMIC JAZZ Tim Gray Joe/Carol Killian 8. AINT HE GRANDE Philip Trimble Phyllis Heppenstall 9. IM WIDESPREAD PANIC Mike Thomas Janet Flotemersch

ELITE OWNER AMATEUR LADIES STALLIONS Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark 201 994 1124 1124 1124 1124 201 201 994 1138 302 1311 1138 201 1311 994 136 302 994 302 302 1311 1138 1138 939 136 939 939 1358 939 136 136 1311 1358 1358 1358 1. LINED WITH POISON Lucky Collins 2. JOHN F Ks PUSHER Robin MacDonald 3. MOODY STAR Wilsene Moody 4. COMMAND & CONTROL Sheryl Crawford 5. A CADILLAC BY JAZZ Donna Hill 6. THE WHO Molly Walters 7. A SKYWALKER Adrianne Benham 8. BREAKIN PAROLE Joyce Meadows 9. JAZZ ME UP Rhonda Lincoln 10. N/A n/a

Grider Final 1124 1124 302 201 201 994 1138 302 994 1138 1311 1311 136 136 939 939 1358 1358 Don/Lucky Collins Bruce/Robin MacDonald Wilsene Moody Kwok Crawford Colts Donna Hill Molly Walters Paul/Donna Hughes Joyce Meadows Lance/Rhonda Lincoln n/a

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OWNER AMATEUR PARK PERFORMANCE STALLIONS QUALITY EXTERIORS 15.2 & UNDER MARES (CANTER)/ WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1804 1804 1804 1804 1804 1804 1395 254 1395 254 254 254 254 1395 253 1395 1395 1395 1. DANCE ALL NIGHT Tim Smith Frank/Rita Hudgens 2. MISS SHARON STONE Eddie Barclay Noel/Robin Botsch 3. SWEEPSTAKES GYPSY LADY Mickey McCormick Jeannae Patterson

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON MARES/GELDINGS

Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1496 1496 1496 1496 1496 1496 1071 1397 1397 1071 1015 1071 842 1015 842 842 1397 1397 1822 1280 1071 1015 1071 1015 1015 1071 1015 1280 1280 842 1397 1822 1280 1031 709 1280 709 606 1822 1822 1822 1822 1031 842 1027 992 842 709 992 992 992 709 1027 992 1280 1027 606 292 625 1031 1. A VICTORIA SECRET Maisie McSwain Maisie/Mandy McSwain 2. A SPECIALIST Gail Walling Judy McDonald 3. COUNTRY AND FAMOUS Miles Irby Rick/Marla Lovett 4. SOPHISTICATED Renee Carlton Renee Carlton 5. DOLLARS BIG AND RICH Wes Hendrick Alicia Hendrick 6. DOLLARS BRIGHT STAR Jannie Chapman Jannie Chapman 7. RITZEY ZONE Lindsey Landrum Lindsey Landrum 8. BUM IN THE STORM Maria Holland Stewarts Farm & Nursery 9. SHES OUR AMAZING GRACE Margaret Ann Alias Margaret Ann Alias 10. SWEET THANG Sheryl Jordan n/a

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Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1828 1828 1828 1828 1828 1828 1528 226 1528 1528 226 1528 226 1528 1050 1050 1050 226 1469 1469 226 226 1528 1050 710 1050 1469 1442 1469 1469 1363 710 42 710 1442 710 84 1442 710 1469 1289 1442 1050 42 84 1289 710 84 1289 84 1363 84 42 42 42 1363 1442 1363 1363 1289 1. THE CONCEALED WEAPON Patti Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 2. TED WHO Mike Walden Mike Walden Family 3. ANTONIO BANDERAS Jennifer Hall Hall/Hall 4. MOONSHINE MAN Bob Cunningham Bob Cunningham 5. SCORE CARD Samantha Green Huckaby/Green 6. BLACK JACK CITATION Sue Irby Sue Irby 7. HELLO DOLLAR Megan Mozeley D R Mozeley 8. SKYLINER CROWN PRINCE Stephanie Davidson Stephanie Davidson 9. MASQUERADING MASTERPIECE Cindy Heiting Jim/Cindy Heiting 10. PAROLED IN TENNESSEE Sheryl Gordan Belvie Gordan

QUALITY EXTERIORS 15.2 & UNDER STALLIONS (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Grider 1321 464 22 1127 194 277

Bingham 22 464 1321 194 905 1127

Bobo 22 1321 464 194 307 905

Clark 464 1321 22 194 905 1081

Weaver 1321 22 464 1127 194 905

Final 1321 22 464 194 1127 905

905 277 1127 1127 431 277 1081 307 431 277 307 307 950 950 950 431 277 431 307 431 1081 950 1081 1081 1. BEEBEE KING Jimmy McConnell Rachel Castaldi 2. MR HEISMAN Brandye Mills Randall/Sadie Baskin 3. A STRONG NEED FOR CASH Michael Wright Jim Roberts 4. TEXAS JOE BLACK Justin Harris Steve/Kathy Zeis 5. KING OF THE JUNGLE Charlie Green Nestor Stewart Family 6. MORE OF THE MAJOR John Allan Callaway Ron/Carolyn Lawrence 7. DIAMOND EAGLE Keith Becknell Peggy Bramerloh 8. IM BREAKIN BAD Winky Groover John/Amanda Odom 9. LAMPSHADE Bill Cantrell Warr/Major 10. NINE DANGEROUS YARDS John Puckett Dr/Mrs Rosser Wall


Tuesday Evening, August 28

THE MOLLY WALTERS FAMILY FOUR YEAR OLD MARES (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 721 721 721 721 721 721 477 917 477 477 917 477 917 1393 1393 917 477 917 1393 477 917 1393 1393 1393 1069 1069 1069 1831 1831 1069 1831 1831 465 1069 465 1831 465 465 1831 759 1069 465 759 759 759 465 759 759 1. POWERSTROKE’S EVENING STAR Herbert Derickson Ingraham/McGee 2. THE SKY QUEEN Casey Wright Bob/Jamie Gullic 3. JOSE GUN POWDER AND LEAD John Allan Callaway Tommy Jowers Family 4. SAPPHIRE GIN Brock Tillman Dru McCormick 5. STRONG AS A DOLLAR Rodney Dick Larry Markum 6. TRUE PLATINUM Tim Smith M/M Eric Lackey 7. YANKEE GIRL Michael Wright Dr Les McGowan 8. SWEETHEART OF JOSE Brad Beard M/M Charles Brantley

OWNER AMATEUR PONIES MARES/GELDINGS Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 158 276 158 1947 158 158 1497 838 1497 158 276 1497 838 153 838 707 1497 838 949 707 707 838 838 707 1027 304 1027 1027 949 276 707 1395 1395 1395 1395 1395 1395 1497 276 1118 1278 1027 304 244 1278 276 1027 949 276 949 979 244 1118 304 244 1027 304 949 707 1278 1. SWEET SEVENS Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 2. THE LADY’S MAN Maisie McSwain Dan/Elaine McSwain 3. A SHADY CHARACTER Hayden Burks Graves/Thrasher/Burks 4. WATCH DELIGHT Maria Bobo Maria Derickson Bobo 5. LEVEL PLAYING FIELDPeggy Bramerloh Peggy Bramerloh 6. SWEEPSTAKES GYPSY LADY Jeannae Patterson Jeannae Patterson 7. LINED’S LADY MG Kim Bailey James/Kim Bailey Family 8. THE DANGEROUS ANSWERMeg Callaway Callaway/Williams 9. MAGIC MAN AGAINChasity Henry Chasity Henry 10. ON GOOD BEHAVIOR Rose Anstett Rose Anstett

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON MARES/GELDINGS FIVE YEARS & OVER (CANTER) Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1517 760 1517 933 760 1517 933 1517 712 1517 1517 933 712 933 462 150 933 760 760 150 933 760 462 712 150 73 150 712 712 150 73 712 73 462 150 462 462 462 1524 73 73 73 1524 1524 760 1374 1364 1524 1364 1364 1364 1524 1524 1364 1. HE’S WILD EYED & WICKED Mike Walden Mike Walden Family 2. CHEATIN DANGER Trish Spivey Trish Spivey 3. BLACK CASH DELIGHT Gail Walling Mark/Gail Walling 4. HE’S OUR DURAMAX Maria Bobo Thomas Derickson 5. I’M REDEEMED Kenny Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 6. HERE’S YOUR CHANGE Diana Cruse Diana Cruse 7. THE FAMILY JEWELS Kim Leonard Scott/Kim Leonard 8. MY MARGARITAVILLE Ann Marie Couch Royce/Ann Marie Couch 9. PRIME’S JUMP JIVEN James Abernathy Claudia Gribble

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS SHOW PLEASURE STALLIONS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1100 208 807 208 807 807 180 807 208 807 1045 208 1439 1100 1045 1065 1100 1100 455 455 1100 1439 208 1439 1803 1480 1439 1100 455 1045 807 1045 1065 1045 1439 455 1065 1803 455 455 1065 1065 862 1439 1480 862 1480 1480 208 1065 862 1480 862 862 1045 862 1803 1275 228 1803 1. IRONWORK’S TIN MAN Chad Way Ray Jones Family 2. BEAU JAZZ Justin Harris MacDonald/Oliver 3. COIN’S BLACK STROKE John Puckett Reginald Pimentel 4. CHILLIN THE MOST Link Webb Steve Mozeley 5. RARE COIN RITZ Philip Trimble Chris/Cynthia Bush 6. JUBILEE’S AWESOME DREAM Michael Wright Ed/Shannon Cotter 7. MR. SAM HOUSTON Travis Craft Woodburn/Barnes 8. PAROLED AT SUNDOWNJeff Green Nancy Clements 9. BUSTER’S REBEL ROUSERLeigh Stuart Pam Osborne 10. BROTHER SOVEREIGNTim Smith Evergreen Walking Horse Farm

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON TWO YEAR OLD MARES/GELDINGS Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 173 173 1234 1234 443 1234 1234 1234 173 1800 1800 443 389 443 445 1235 719 173 443 1354 389 719 1234 1800 1354 389 1800 1420 1420 389 1235 1345 719 1354 997 1354 997 1420 1354 173 1235 719 296 1800 296 389 389 1235 719 1235 1306 997 296 1420 1420 997 997 443 1345 997 1. CONGA LINE Courtney Luttrell Stone Manor Farm 2. TWILIGHT FEVER Tyler Baucom Abe Matthis 3. HIGH SOCIETY RITZ David Sisk Manning/Smith 4. A CREME BRULEE Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 5. HOUSE CALL AT THE RITZ Abby Fox Quentin Fox Family 6. MASTER OF JAZZ OPUS Tommy Vinson Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson 7. JANES SILVER LINING Pam Ingraham Ingraham/McGee 8. THE KINGS QUEEN Ronnie Stanfill Griffith/Hayes 9. ARMY NAVY Jeff Laughlin Joe Laughlin 10. LINED ROYAL CASH Wilsene Moody Kwok O & W Moody Ltd

OWNER AMATEUR THREE YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC A Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1401 267 1293 267 267 267 267 1401 1401 1401 1575 1401 1293 1575 1113 1293 1113 1293 152 1113 267 1575 1401 1575 1575 1293 1014 1113 1293 1113 1014 1281 1281 1014 178 1014 1113 178 94 182 780 1281 1281 780 1575 152 1014 152 534 534 152 1281 1281 178 588 1014 534 534 94 534 1. ROETHLISBERGER Debbie McGill Morgan/McGill 2. GIN RIO Becky Coleman Becky Coleman 3. STREET JAZZ Bob Medina Rachel Castaldi 4. HE’S UNBRIDLED Gayle Holcomb Gayle Holcomb 5. HEZA WAR HORSE Ed Breedlove Keith Breedlove 6. A SUPERBOWL MVP Mary Morrison Mary Morrison 7. I AM THE ROCK JR Jannie Chapman Bill/Jannie Chapman 8. JOSE AVATAR Ruth Logsdon Ronnie/Ruth Logsdon 9. MASTER RHYTHM Brack Slate Ellie Slate 10. MALO CULO Karen Bean Bill/Karen Bean

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OWNER AMATEUR THREE YEAR OLD STALLIONS SEC B Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1309 716 840 840 472 840 840 1309 1309 1309 289 1309 289 840 716 289 840 289 1314 472 289 716 1309 716 472 289 746 746 716 472 746 746 472 1314 200 746 1290 1021 1021 1021 746 1314 348 1290 1314 200 348 1021 200 200 550 550 1314 200 1021 348 200 1290 1290 1290 1. DEFENDING THE TITLE Jason Myatt Jerry Myatt 2. BLUES MASTER Lee McGartland Mike/Lee McGartland 3. COMMAND ON PAROLE Sheryl Crawford Crawford/Metcalf 4. JUST BET THE LINE Libby Doub David/Libby Doub 5. JOSE’S BAMBINO Ronnie Stanfill Bill/Debbie Woods 6. FREDDIE PRINZE JR Charles Stivers Glendon Stivers 7. NATIONAL HERO Taylor Walters Molly Walters 8. HE’S DRAWIN ATTENTION Pam Russell Larry/Pam Russell 9. MASTER OF BOURBON STREET Robin MacDonald Bruce/Robin MacDonald 10. KNOCK EM TED Debbie Eichler Rising Star Ranch

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON MARES/GELDINGS 15.2 & UNDER Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 15161232 1232 1467 1232 1232 1073 1467 1467 1516 1467 1467 1467 1516 1516 1232 1516 1516 1232 316 1073 1804 1073 1073 1804 1804 1804 1073 1804 1804 316 1073 1543 1028 1801 1801 1801 1801 316 1301 1543 316 1028 305 551 246 1028 1028 1543 1028 1801 305 316 1543 305 1543 305 316 305 305 1. SHE’S CALIENTE Courtney Luttrell Stone Manor Farm 2. JOSE’S VENGEANCE Rae Shumate Tysor Rae Shumate Tysor 3. BELLA SERA AT THE RITZ Patti Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 4. ONE BAD HOMBRE Sue Ann Dowell JoAnn Dowell 5. DANCE ALL NIGHT Rita Hudgens Frank/Rita Hudgens 6. ALL IN Ashley Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 7. OLYMPIC BRONZE Justin Howell Janet Howell 8. CASHLOTTO Kim Bailey James/Kim Bailey Family 9. I’M A LIPSTICK LADY Juanita Thigpen Charles/Juanita Thigpen 10. DJ JAZZY JEFF Scarlett Davenport Dorothy Davenport

BASKIN-IRBY CONSTRUCTION YOUNG TRAINERS 35 & UNDER STALLIONS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 900 900 900 900 544 900 161 161 161 161 900 161 544 544 1033 1328 161 544 1328 480 480 544 1328 1033 1033 605 544 1033 1033 1328 480 1033 605 480 480 480 605 1328 1328 605 605 605 75 75 75 57 75 75 1. ABSOLUTE PROOF Bill Callaway Ricky Young 2. I’M PACKIN A PISTOL Aaron Self Rick Compton 3. JOSE’S STAR ATTRACTION Justin Jenne Willard/Linda Townson 4. SHADY CASH Clay Sanderson Steve Driskell 5. GEN’S BLACK MAVERICK Mac Benham Maple Crest Farms 6. JAIL TIME Casey Wright Sammy/Gayle Cagle 7. ATL INTERNATIONALBrandon Stout Jimmy Reece Family 8. ICE COLD BUD Lindsey Luna Mike/Marilee Moran

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WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER PARK PLEASURE MARES/ GELDINGS FOUR & OVER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Smithson Waldo Final 13871387 1387 1387 1387 1387 1429 33 33 33 1429 33 33 1429 1429 1429 33 1429 120 120 120 120 120 120 631 631 631 631 631 631 1. B B KING’S JAZZ Brock Tillman Stephens/Womack 2. HEAT INDEX Jamey Thompson Mike/Lisa Baker 3. JOSE’S BABY DOLL Jeff Laughlin Doris Penick 4. GEN’S BOUNTY HUNTER Colonel Paul R Walker Joy Geske 5. SHE’S GUNSAN ROSES Jackie Byrom Etheredge/Hargett/Morgan

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE GENTLEMEN RIDERS ON NOVICE MARES OR GELDINGS Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 474 474 474 474 747 474 1210 1210 102 254 102 102 362 102 362 397 362 1210 397 397 153 102 1210 362 102 805 1210 1210 153 397 153 254 397 362 397 153 805 362 292 153 254 254 283 283 805 805 292 805 254 292 254 283 1357 292 292 1357 283 292 805 283 1. JOSE’S CENTERFOLD Bill Williams Bill Williams 2. TARHEEL’S INTIMIDATOR Cliff Rivers Cliff/Norma Rivers 3. WEST POINT Dr David Bullock Dr/M David Bullock 4. PUSHOVER’S JAZZY LADY Bruce Vaughn Bruce/Linda Vaughn 5. STRONG & PUSHY Will Allen Will/Jennifer Allen 6. JAZZ MAN’S ECHO Matthew McNabb Martin/Cheryl McNabb 7. MISS SHARON STONE Noel Botsch Noel/Robin Botsch 8. OZONE’S MAJOR Jack Heffington Jack Heffington 9. B 13 Henry Metcalf Henry/Peggy Metcalf 10. JUST ANOTHER COMMAND Darrin Sisk Bayer/Sisk


Wednesday - August 29

FINE HARNESS Weaver Bingham Bobo 391 1094 996 996 996 391 1385 391 1385 1094 1385 939 939 939 1094 1329 1329 14 14 14 1329 837 837 837 1. FOOLISH DOLLAR 2. CLUTCH’S POWER PLAY 3. A SHOWDOWN 4. NINE YARD BLITZ 5. BREAKIN PAROLE 6. JOSE’S GEORGIA BELL 7. CASH’S BABY GIRL 8. FBI OF TENNESSEE

Clark Grider Final 996 391 996 1094 1094 391 391 996 1094 1385 1385 1385 939 939 939 1329 14 1329 14 1329 14 837 837 837 Brad Davis O & W Moody Ltd Scott Beaty Kathy Owen/Double Springs Farm John Puckett J. W. Beard Brock Tillman Laura/Tim Cochran Sam McLaughlin Joyce Meadows Mac Benham Maple Crest Farms Hulon Humphrey Donna Kay Head Jerry Williams Melvin Harris

THE BILL & KAREN BEAN/JUST HORSEN AROUND RANCH GELDINGS OVER 15.2 FIVE & OVER (CANTER)/ WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1397 1397 623 1455 73 1397 623 623 1397 1397 1455 623 191 191 763 191 1397 1455 1455 1455 191 623 623 191 73 763 1455 763 191 763 763 73 1291 1291 1291 73 1291 1291 73 73 763 1291 1.COUNTRY AND FAMOUSMickey McCormickRick/Marla Lovett 2. PAROLED FROM SAN QUENTON Josh Watts Ann Rea 3. LIKE A ROLING STONE Link Webb Dr. Barbara Moersch 4. KING OF VOLTAGE Justin Harris Kevin McNatt 5. WIRE TRANSFER Brad Beard J W Morgan 6. THE FAMILY JEWELS Lindsey Luna Scott/Kim Leonard 7. ROCKY MARCIANO Jonathan Bellamy Larry Adams

OWNER AMATEUR THREE YEAR OLD MARES/GELDINGS SEC A Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1483 1521 1521 1483 165 165 165 165 165 165 1483 1483 1521 846 1483 1521 846 1521 846 1483 846 846 1521 846 1298 163 392 1298 1016 1298 718 1498 1298 1016 1498 1498 1498 1298 117 1498 1298 718 294 718 891 382 718 1016 1430 117 718 1126 294 392 1476 392 1498 1430 1430 117 1. MARINO Allison Thorson Thorsport Inc 2. GENERATING THE COMMAND Florence Edwards Florence Edwards 3. LINDSEY LOHAN Kim Butler Bruce/Kim Butler 4. HOT DOLLAR Sherri Ward Sheryl Ward 5. SILVER FOG Mary Medina Rachel Castaldi 6. JOSE’S THE FIRST LADY Maisie McSwain Maisie/Mandi McSwain 7. POWERSTROKE’S MISS DELIGHTSister Milligan/Tommy/Sister Milligan 8. I’M GUN SHY Christy Warner Christy Warner 9. SENORITA SKY Bethany Allred Fred Allred 10. COIN’S CASH ON DELIVERY Donna Kay Head Donna Kay Head

DR JACK & WILSENE MOODY-KWOK/O & W MOODY LTD PARK PERFORMANCE FIVE & OVER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1301 560 1823 1823 560 1823 1823 1823 560 213 1823 560 560 1049 1301 560 1301 1301 1442 2123 76 1301 1442 213 1049 565 213 1049 213 1049 877 1301 1049 76 1049 1442 213 1363 565 1363 565 76 565 76 1442 142 76 565 1363 1442 1363 877 1363 1363 1. MOONSHINE MAN Philip Trimble Bob Cunningham 2. SAN JUAN Tim Smith M/M Eric Lackey 3. ALL AMERICAN RITZ Howard Hamilton Cynthia M Wright 4. I’M MONEY HUNGRY Spencer Benedict Andy Withers Family 5. TIME FOR CASH Rollie Beard Brenda Bell 6. THE JAZZY BOY Clay Sanderson M/M J. T. Shivers 7. HELLO DOLLAR Link Webb D. R. Mozeley 8. SUNSET BOULEVARD Jimmy Norris Mike/Marilee Moran 9. FAVORITE SON OF JFK Patrick Thomas Carthel/Libby Smith 10. GOLD DANGER Edgar Abernathy Lance/Rhonda Lincoln

OWNER AMATEUR THREE YEAR OLD MARES/GELDINGS SEC B Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1055 1055 1055 1312 1312 1055 356 1500 1500 1055 1055 1312 545 181 1312 181 545 1500 1537 1312 545 1500 356 545 1312 1110 1537 714 181 181 1252 714 356 1518 714 356 1500 1447 1252 356 1500 714 1110 356 181 725 725 1537 1396 1537 725 564 530 725 714 545 1110 1396 1433 1110 1. MISS EBONY ROSE Sudie Reed Bob/Sudie Reed 2. SHE’S LIMITLESS Taylor Walters Molly Walters Family 3. CHIPS N SALSA Nancy Groover Nancy Groover 4. FOREVER MORE Erica Jenne Gingerbread Farm 5. A REAL COUNTRY GIRL Amanda Wright George Wright Family 6. DISTURBIA Kasey Kesselring Christmas Creek Farm 7. KING AIR Tim Brooks Mr/Mrs Tim Brooks 8. STRONG SEDUCTION Alex Blackburn Corlew/Blackburn 9. STROKIN AT SUNRISE Pam Ingraham McGee/Ingraham 10 .RIGHTEOUS JAZZ Pam Hendrickson Pam Hendrickson

AOT SPECIALTY Weaver Bingham Bobo 1176 1176 1176 222 324 806 1101 1158 1101 324 806 222 806 222 129 1192 129 324 129 1101 1158 252 1192 1192 1207 1207 1207 1158 252 252 1. ACC Kenny Compton 2. ALL AMERICAN MADE 3. BETTER STAND BACK 4. HARD MOUNTAIN CASH 5. THE MAJOR FLAIR Cagle 6. GENERAL’S MAIN LADY 7. MEXICAN FIRE 8. VIGOR’S IMAGE 9. SHE’S MY DESIRE 10. GEN’S COLOR ME IN

Clark Grider Final 806 1176 1176 1176 324 324 1158 1207 806 324 129 222 129 222 1101 1101 1101 129 222 1158 1158 1192 806 1192 1207 881 1207 252 1192 252 Rick/Della Compton Family Chad Adams Chad Adams Tam Brogdon Brogdon/Heffington Paul Robbins Paul Robbins Stephanie Cagle Jerrod/Stephanie LaRue McWaters LaRue McWaters Kimberly Coult Kimberly Coult Chet Mills Fike/Mills Gabe Garren Gabe Garren Lisa Baum Lisa Baum

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Wednesday - August 29

BASKIN-IRBY CONSTRUCTION YOUNG TRAINERS 35 & UNDER MARES/GELDINGS/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 474 474 1037 1037 1037 1037 1037 1037 474 474 951 474 621 621 621 951 474 951 951 951 951 192 844 621 844 844 844 531 621 844 878 192 192 844 192 192 192 878 878 878 1805 878 1805 531 531 1805 531 531 531 1805 1805 621 878 1805 1. MISS MIDNIGHT RIDER Philip Trimble Bullington/Perry 2. JOSES CENTERFOLD Casey Wright Bill Williams 3. GOODBYE JOE John Allan Callaway C/E Miller Farms 4. TEQUILA CASH Jonathan Watts Kevin Posey 5. THE CHORUS LINE Scotty Brooks Gene Davis 6. THE SPECIAL DESIGN Justin Harris Don Milligan 7. HIGHWAY ALERT Andy Simpson James/Betty Corlew 8. MAGICS RITZY ROSE Michele Roberts Dean Scott 9. DAUGHTER SPLASH Tim Smith Evergreen Walking Horse Farm

THE BILL & KAREN BEAN/JUST HORSEN AROUND RANCH MARES/ GELDINGS SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1495 1495 1495 1020 1495 1495 1020 439 1020 1495 1020 1020 1185 1020 439 439 439 439 1508 1031 1508 1031 1185 1508 439 1508 764 1508 265 1185 764 265 1031 1185 1508 1031 1031 1185 1185 265 1031 265 265 1342 1342 1342 704 764 704 764 704 704 764 1342 1342 704 265 764 1342 704 1. TROUBLE ON THE LINE Gary Edwards Hannah McCurdy 2. ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ Steve Dunn Larry/Pam Russell 3. MY POKER FACE Chad Baucom Corbin Mills 4. DOLLARS MISTY MAID Larry Edwards Dr. Barbara Moersch 5. LANE VIEWS MASTER Travis Wiley Gloria Wiley 6. SWEET THANG Philip Trimble Smith/Kail 7. MISS DEMANDING Steve Aymett Jeri Sue Arrighi 8. DOUBLE JAZZ Brad Beard Ed Lewis 9. OUTLINED IN CASH Wade Hickman Lynn Bridwell 10. A GAME FACE Ernest Upton Marek/Smith

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OWNER AMATEUR STALLIONS FIVE AND OVER (CANTER) Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1535 1535 1535 440 1535 1535 553 440 440 1535 440 440 440 598 147 553 553 553 674 1390 598 1302 598 598 147 674 1302 147 1390 147 1390 553 1390 1390 147 1390 598 1302 674 257 1302 1302 1302 147 553 598 257 674 257 257 257 674 674 257 1. ON THE LINE Suzanne Moore Bud Moore 2. THE GAMES WE PLAY Clay Mills Corbin Mills 3. EL ZORROS STAR Kenny Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 4. PRIDE OF WILLIE Tamara Kasser Charles/Carol Ann Gavin 5. COMMAND AGAIN Mary Beth Blessing What A Blessing Farm 6. GEORGE W MCCLINTOCK Miles Irby Rick/Marla Lovett 7. HES TOP PRIORITY Carrie Benedict Big Blue Nation 8. ANOTHER NINE YARDS Tracy Pinson Darby Oaks Stables 9. DANGEROUS JAZZ Noel Botsch Noel/Robin Botsch

MARE & FOAL Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 380 380 380 380 380 380 610 610 610 610 610 610 99 116 99 99 99 99 116 99 116 116 116 116 803 803 803 803 803 803 1. PUSHERS JR MISS/MISS MARTINI Karen McGee/Lynn Womack Howard/Beth Henderson 2. GETTING EVEN/JOSES DETROIT SON Alice Klein/Blaise Broccard Maggie Mae/Jon/Sherry White 3. WHOOPIN IT IN COMMAND/THE COMMANDING GENERAL LEE Nathan Mills/Logan Goosetree Mills/Goosetree 4. RPMS 5TH UNDER THE SEAT/6 DAYS ON THE RODE Jeff Givens/Harold Dean Givens/Laura Thompson 5. LITTLE SHAKERS DELIGHT/YOURE A FIREWORK Angela Schueppe/Samuel Norris Schueppe/Norris

WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER PARK PLEASURE STALLIONS THE MISSISSIPPI CHARITY STALLION SPECIALTY/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP FOUR & OVER/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final Clark Bingham Bobo Smithson Waldo Final 900 900 1829 900 1116 900 561 561 561 561 561 561 1116 1116 1116 1829 900 1116 259 1350 1350 259 259 259 1829 1829 900 1116 1829 1829 1350 338 259 279 1350 1350 426 273 273 273 1186 273 1386 1386 279 1350 1386 1386 1362 30 1362 1082 273 30 279 259 1386 338 338 279 30 528 1082 30 426 1082 338 279 338 1386 279 338 1082 426 528 1082 426 1. LINED UP AT THE RITZ Patrick Thomas Cassique Plantation/Rowan 528 426 30 426 30 1362 2. TRAVELING DR WILLIAMS Steve Sanders Sonny/Debbie Sanders 1082 273 1362 528 1362 1362 528 3. MARCHING ORDERS Bobby Kellett RPC Farms 131 1186 1186 1186 528 1186 4. CAPERS SHAKES & SHADOWS Brock Tillman Don Woodson John Allan Callaway Ricky Young 5. WEAPONS SECRET SPERIT Randy Drinkard Robert M Morgan 1. ABSOLUTE PROOF Charlie Green Andrew Morrison 6. JFK ALL THE WAY Dickie Scrivner Rebecca Chittenden 2. SWEEP UP GOLD 3. THE GOLDEN SOVEREIGN Tim Smith Evergreen Walking Horse Farm 4. WIRED FOR CASH Brent Coburn Terry Dotson Family 5. INTENSITY Steve Dunn Stephanie Gordon 6. THATS MY LUCK John Puckett Alex Way 7. PUSHERS REDEMPTION Bill Cantrell Warr/Major 8. JAZZ TALKIN Edgar Abernathy Renee Montgomery 9. MAGICS PURE RITZ Hal Newman Dean Scott 10. CUJOS MOJO Travis Wiley Gloria Wiley


Thursday - August 30

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 6-17 PARK PLEASURE MARES/GELDINGS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Smithson Bingham Bobo Clark Waldo Final 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 1825 1825 562 1825 562 1825 562 562 1825 562 1825 562 1. B B KING’S JAZZ Jackson Stephens Stephens/Womack 2. SANTANA’S COIN Lindsey Landrum Landrum/McNeely/Cortner 3. FOG AT THE RITZ Abbey Fleming Jim Upchurch

NOVICE RIDERS ON NOVICE TRAIL PLEASURE HORSES WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 661 661 513 661 313 661 513 513 661 513 661 513 334 364 364 364 364 364 506 506 498 334 513 334 364 334 977 498 506 506 498 498 313 313 334 498 313 313 506 506 977 313 977 977 334 977 498 977 1. LINE ITEM VETO Rachel Jernigan Bo Teague 2. JUAN CARLOS Fred Weaver Weaver/Holland 3. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Bruce Vaughn Hankins/Vaughn 4. CONTEMPORARY JAZZ Kasey Kesselring Kesselring/Gray 5. SHE’S INDESCRIBABLE Allie Dennis Dennis/White 6. I’M KING BEE WhitLei Green Hanson/Green 7. I’M HANK WILLIAMS Jessica Bailey Jessica Bailey 8. PUSHIN SOME BLACK JAZZ Donna Byard MeHaffey/Byard

ELITE OWNER AMATEUR WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 160 160 201 201 201 201 1114 1114 1114 903 903 1114 903 201 1124 1114 160 160 201 452 903 1124 1124 903 302 903 302 160 1114 1124 452 1124 160 452 302 302 1124 302 1311 302 994 454 994 770 452 770 452 994 1311 1068 994 1311 770 770 770 47 47 994 1311 1311 1.JOHN F K’s PUSHER Robin MacDonald Bruce/Robin MacDonald 2.KID CALLAHAN Ed Breedlove Keith Breedlove 3.PLAY SOMETHING COUNTRY Jeff V Smith Jeff V Smith 4.ABOVE THE LINE Brad Spivey Patricia Spivey 5.LINED WITH POISON Lucky Collins Don/Lucky Collins 6.COMMAND & CONTROL Sheryl Crawford Crawford Colts 7.DELANO Ty Irby Ty Irby 8.MOODY STAR Wilsene Moody O & W Moody Ltd 9.KNEE DEEP IN CASH Charles Gleghorn Charles/Joy Gleghorn 10.THE WHO Molly Walters Molly Walters

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WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER WESTERN PARK PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 569 569 569 569 569 569 32 32 62 32 32 32 32 650 856 650 62 650 650 856 650 62 856 62 856 62 62 856 650 856 88 885 885 885 885 885 1. ARMED & TRIGGER HAPPY Patrick Thomas Cassique Plantation/Rowan 2. DRAGONFIRE Jamey Thompson Jim/Cindy Heiting 3. DOUBLE SHOT OF CASH Laurie Toone Tamara Hader 4. SKY FULL OF GOLD Patti Pollack Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch 5. DARK SPIRIT’S MACK DADDY Leigh Stuart Leigh Stuart 6. LIGHTS ON CODY Jeff Byrom Larry/Joy Allman

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH 11 & UNDER MARES/GELDINGS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1488 433 1488 433 1488 1488 921 921 433 1488 205 433 433 1488 921 812 433 931 1404 205 205 921 921 205 812 812 1404 205 812 812 205 1404 812 1404 1174 1404 1106 1369 1369 1249 1369 1369 1369 1106 1249 1182 1106 1106 1174 1174 1106 1369 1404 1174 1175 1249 1174 1106 1249 1249 1. THE AMERICAN GENERAL Sellers Veazey Sellers Veazey 2. JOSE’S DELIGHTFUL PUSHER Landon Callicutt John Callicutt 3. THE PRIME SUSPECT Eli Davis Shamrock Farms 4. A CLOUDY SKY Nathan Oliver Darrell/Tracy Oliver 5. GENERAL WILLIE Jayden Jackson Jack Heffington 6. REALLY Bailey McCormick Dru McCormick 7. FREE TO SCORE Maggie Kail Maggie Kail 8. I’M UGLY BETTY Counti Green Counti Green 9. VERSACE’S DOLLAR Alexa Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 10.SHOWBOAT’S HEARTSTOPPER Dylan Young Lisa Patton Evans

OWNER AMATEUR ENGLISH TRAIL PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bobo Bingham Clark Smithson Waldo Final 502 502 502 502 502 502 509 336 336 1157 509 336 336 509 1157 336 336 509 1157 1157 509 509 688 1157 688 688 688 250 1157 688 250 250 250 688 250 250 1.GI GI’S MAJESTIC Jordan Howell Jordan Howell 2.CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kasey Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family 3.JOSE’S FIRECRACKER Wayne Westbrook Wayne Westbrook 4.SO IT IS GOD’S GIFT Kimberly Coult Kimberly Coult 5.GOOD LUCK CHUCK Rhonda Martocci Rhonda Martocci 6.BDF ROCK LANDFORD Buster Black Black Dog Farm

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Thursday - August 30

OWNER AMATEUR SHOW PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1233 1233 1233 1233 1233 1233 197 1004 1439 1004 1004 1004 1004 197 1100 1120 112 197 1100 1120 442 197 197 1120 1120 1100 197 1520 1100 1100 1520 1123 1004 442 1439 1520 442 1520 1120 1439 772 1439 1123 772 772 1100 1520 442 772 1439 1520 1123 286 772 1117 1368 306 286 1123 1123 1. GODFATHER BY ULTRA COPY Courtney Luttrell Courtney/Alex Luttrell 2. TURNBOW Lynn Womack Sims/Womack 3. SPOOKY DOLLAR Stephanie Elliott Elliott/Gattis 4. THE AMERICAN CHOICE Linda Garrard Dr Cliff/Linda Garrard 5. COIN’S BLACK STROKE Jean O Brien Reginald Pimentel 6. LIMESTONE LUCY Steve Heitmiller Steve Heitmiller 7. CHILLIN THE MOST Steve Mozeley Steve Mozeley 8. JAMMIN THE BLUES Yvonna Matthis Abe Matthis 9. BEAMIN DOLLAR Megan Green Green/Peebles 10. SIMPLY THRILLING Lucky Collins Don/Lucky Collins

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS 15.2 & UNDER WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 1007 1297 1532 1532 1007 1007 1297 1007 1297 1007 1297 1297 1532 194 1007 1297 1532 1532 194 1532 836 194 194 194 1467 437 1467 836 437 1467 437 1467 194 437 1467 437 836 836 437 1467 314 836 314 314 314 314 836 314 1. IM P DIDDY Sherri Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 2. HES SHADY IN BLACK Lee McGartland Mike/Lee McGartland 3. BOURE Tam Brogdon Tam Brogdon 4. TEXAS JOE BLACK Kathy Zeis Steve/Kathy Zeis 5. JOSES VENGEANCE Rae Shumate Tysor Rae Shumate Tysor 6. HOLYFIELD Clay Mills Hill/Mills 7. HES RITZ N CASH Sid Baker Sid Baker 8. HES 3 UNDER PAR Barbara Kenehan Jay/Barbara Kenehan

OWNER AMATEUR PARK PERFORMANCE WORLD GRAND CHAM- TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS LITE SHOD WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP PIONSHIP Smithson Bingham Bobo Clark Waldo Final Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 489 638 638 638 638 638 1828 1828 1828 1828 1828 1828 1195 489 1195 489 680 489 1823 1823 1823 1450 1823 1823 680 680 680 680 489 680 37 1450 1450 213 1450 1450 638 1195 489 1195 1195 1195 1450 560 560 1823 560 560 860 648 1169 648 648 648 415 213 38 560 42 213 1169 860 648 860 860 860 560 415 1431 1137 1442 415 648 1169 860 1169 1169 1169 84 38 84 42 943 38 1. CATASTROPHIC Laurie Toone Laurie Toone 38 1431 1137 1431 415 42 2. ABSOLUT SKYY Hannah Pulvers Pulvers/Howell/Anderson 1442 1137 42 1363 213 1137 3. LIL WAYNE Bobby Richards Jeff Gillespie 1137 1442 213 415 37 1431 Steve Sanders Manis/Richardson 1. THE CONCEALED WEAPON Patti Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 4. KICK START JAZZ Rollie Beard WestMark Farms/Morgan 2. SAN JUAN Eric Lackey M/M Eric Lackey 5. MAJOR ORDERS 6. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Leigh Stuart Nick/Kaitlyn Rippy 3. AVENGERS LADY THREAT Lane Webb Cabe/Webb Jimmy Laughlin 4J Land & Cattle Co 4. ALL AMERICAN RITZ Cynthia Wright Cynthia M Wright 7. TIJUANNA JAZZ 5. TIME FOR CASH Kimberly Coult Kimberly Coult 6. KODACHROMES FIREFLY Morgan Walden-Head Morgan Walden-Head 7. ITS CHAVEZ Christy Lantis David Lantis 8. MASQUERADING MASTERPIECE Cindy Heiting Jim/Cindy Heiting 9. MY UNLIMITED CASH Gayla Whitaker Whitaker/Searcy 10. LEGEND OF JFK Jannie Chapman Jannie Chapman

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COUNTRY PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Clark Bingham Bobo Smithson Waldo Final 636 505 505 505 505 505 505 789 854 854 636 636 789 636 567 789 999 854 337 600 643 999 854 789 600 854 636 636 600 600 999 337 789 643 789 999 567 567 600 600 337 337 511 643 337 567 643 567 643 999 363 363 363 643 854 363 133 337 567 363 1. WICKED IMAGE Jana Anderson Dr Jana Anderson 2. BUSTLINE Vicki Benjamin Fred/Vicki Benjamin 3. DESIGNER CHAMPAGNE Maggie Moore Leek/Moore 4. THE GHOST WALKER Miles Irby Brown/Irby/Gerber 5. IM SHAKE N BAKE B J Richards Richards/Levin 6. COWBOY ON PAROLE Wilsene MoodyKwok Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok/ Payton Davis 7. MIKIMOTO PEARL Cindy Adams Cindy Adams 8. IM ROSE WALKER Lauren Hamilton Lauren Hamilton 9. MR JESSIE JAMES Mackenzie Morgan Jameson/Morgan 10. GI GIS HALBERD Logan Hankins Logan Hankins

DELTA FALL CLASSIC THREE YEAR OLD WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 618 471 471 618 618 618 471 909 618 471 471 471 1293 1293 1293 1293 1293 1293 289 289 289 1459 289 289 1459 618 1459 289 909 1459 909 1459 236 236 1459 909 1399 1452 909 909 1452 236 236 236 1399 1399 236 1399 1452 1399 1452 1452 1399 1452 1. JOSE IT AINT SO Jonathan Watts Deborah Williams 2. I AM JOSE Casey Wright Bill/Debbie Woods 3. STREET JAZZ Jimmy McConnell Rachel Castaldi 4. COMMAND ON PAROLE Winky Groover Crawford/Metcalf 5. INTIMIDATORS BOOGIEMAN Tim Gray Larry Ford 6. IM COACH CAL John Allan Callaway George Ann Pratt 7. LOS LOBOS Brandye Mills Joe Barnes 8. TEDS SNAP SHOT Mickey McCormick Bill/Karen Bean 9. SOUTHERN BLACK GIN Link Webb D R Mozeley


Friday - August 31

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OWNER AMATEUR LADIES FINE HARNESS SEC A Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1087 391 391 391 1087 391 391 1087 625 237 237 1087 14 409 1087 1087 391 237 409 237 237 625 625 625 625 14 14 14 14 14 237 625 409 409 409 409 1. CLUTCHS POWER PLAY Kathy Owen Kathy Owen/Double Springs Farm 2. IM CHESAPEAKE BAY Joyce Myers Meadows/Myers 3. HES EXTRAORDINARY Ashley Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 4. ABEL Ann Rea Ann Rea 5. CASHS BABY GIRL Donna Kay Head Donna Kay Head 6. ILL BE GOOD Rachel Burch Burch Family

OWNER AMATEUR LADIES FINE HARNESS SEC B Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 996 996 996 996 996 996 305 343 343 596 305 305 596 596 596 305 343 596 343 305 305 343 596 343 79 79 79 79 79 79 1. FOOLISH DOLLAR Wilsene Moody Kwok O & W Moody Ltd 2. DJ JAZZY JEFF Dorothy Davenport Dorothy Davenport 3. ARMED ASSASSIN Tamara Kasser Charles/Carol Ann Gavin 4. WILLIE MAYS Kathy Owen Kathy Owen/Double Springs Farm 5. HIGH NOON KING Stephanie Davidson Stephanie Davidson

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS WESTERN LITE SHOD WORLD GRAND CHAMPION/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 638 638 638 638 638 638 680 680 680 680 680 680 648 559 860 559 860 860 860 860 648 648 648 648 559 648 559 860 559 559 1. CATASTROPHIC Laurie Toone Laurie Toone 2. LIL WAYNE Bobby Richards Jeff Gillespie 3. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Leigh Stuart Kaitlyn Rippy 4. MAJOR ORDERS Evan Morgan WestMark Farms/Morgan 5. LINED WITH PROMISE Patrick Thomas Hamilton/Icardi

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH RIDERS ON PONIES WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 209 151 209 209 209 209 1022 209 1022 1022 1022 1022 151 1022 151 151 151 151 941 941 941 941 941 941 1.LINED WALKIN Lilly Waites Andrew Waites Family 2.TOMMY LEE JONES Benjamin Bowen Benjamin Bowen 3.ROLL THE GOLD Allison Thorson Thorsport Inc 4.DOLLARS CHARMING LADY Buie Williams Theresa Williams

OWNER AMATEUR PARK PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Waldo Final 1387 1387 1387 683 683 1387 683 638 638 1387 1387 683 33 731 33 227 1428 33 731 1414 731 33 33 731 1428 33 1135 1428 731 1428 864 1135 1414 864 227 1135 1135 864 1428 1135 487 864 1414 1428 864 731 1414 1414 227 487 227 1414 864 227 487 227 487 487 484 487 1. B B KINGS JAZZ Mikki Eldridge Stephens/Womack 2. TIJUANA TEX Darden Gladney Gladney Farms 3. HEAT INDEX Lisa Baker Mike/Lisa Baker 4. I CANT IMAGINE Mason Gassaway Hargett/Gassaway 5. A LITTLE MO JAZZ Laura Brandon Wallace/Laura Brandon 6. A JAZZ MANS RHYTHM&BLUES Gary Hill Gary Hill 7. MP1 Katie West West/Hull 8. BREAK ME OUT Jacob Baum Lisa Baum 9. MR JOSE WALKS Kim Parker Bobby/Kim Parker 10. HES COMIN ON STRONG Angela Tuck Angela Tuck

OWNER AMATEUR SPECIALTY WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1531 1531 1531 1531 1531 1531 900 900 1258 900 1258 900 1258 438 900 1258 900 1258 438 1258 438 287 438 483 287 287 722 722 722 722 722 722 1362 438 1362 287 1362 1362 287 1362 287 1362 45 45 45 45 45 45 1. HES VIDA BLUE Kay Green Jim/Kay Green 2. ABSOLUTE PROOF Meg Callaway Ricky Young 3. SKY MILES Beth Sims Mike Chiappari Family 4. IM WALL STREET Clay Mills Corbin Mills 5. JOSES CRYSTAL LITE Rhonda Stewart Stewarts Farm & Nursery 6. ARMS DEAL FOR REAL M Debbie Eichler Rising Star Ranch 7. JAZZ TALKIN Renee Montgomery Renee Montgomery 8. SHES ALL THAT JAZZ Beth Beasley Beth Beasley

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Friday - August 31

TRAINERS AUXILIARY Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver 721 721 1406 721 721 779 753 721 234 779 234 779 721 234 779 1405 1406 753 1406 1405 1406 1405 234 779 1406 753 1078 779 753 753 1460 234 1078 1078 1460 1078 1460 811 811 1078 811 811 1460 1460 234 1402 1402 1402 1402 1402 1. POWERSTROKES EVENING STAR Jill Derickson 2. MUCHO PAVO Beth Lawwell 3. THEY CALL ME SAMSON Karen Bean 4. DON JULIO Allie Napier 5. JAZZS MASTER Kelly Mills 6. ROYAL FORTUNE Heather Beard 7. LETHAL NIGHTSHADE Susan Coleman 8. COSMIC JAZZ Patti Gray 9.I M A HUSTLER Jacquelyn Elliott 10. IM ROBIN WILLIAMS Dru McCormick

Final 721 779 1405 1406 234 753 1078 1460 811 1402 Ingraham/McGee Ty Irby Bill/Karen Bean Cindy Napier Kelly Mills Heather Beard Phyllis Langley Joe/Carol Killian Jack Heffington Joe Frizzell

OWNER AMATEUR NOVICE RIDERS ON NOVICE WALKING HORSES WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1355 1355 474 474 1044 474 1052 474 775 1052 1355 1355 474 273 273 273 185 273 273 708 1082 748 474 708 708 1044 1044 1355 708 1052 748 1082 796 796 1052 1044 775 185 185 775 775 775 1082 775 748 708 1398 185 185 796 619 744 796 796 1044 744 1300 1300 1300 748 1. JOSES CENTERFOLD Bill Williams Bill Williams 2. COUGAR Tommy Vinson Dr Tommy/Pat Vinson 3. WIRED FOR CASH Leslie Dotson Terry Dotson Family 4. GIN TODDY Sue Irby Sue Irby 5. CROOKED LINE Benny Gray Benny Gray Family 6. A BEELINE Molly Walker Molly Walker 7. MAJOR GS HARD CASH GIRL Heather McCormick Heather McCormick 8. PAROLES JAIL HOUSE ROCK Kimberly Coult Kimberly Coult 9. BOBBY BOUCHER Tammy Valmus Valmus/Rogers 10. SMOKE N CASH MM Charles Stivers Glendon Stivers

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OWNER AMATEUR WESTERN TRAIL PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bobo Bingham Clark Smithson Waldo Final 644 654 89 509 336 89 654 89 336 89 509 509 509 509 644 639 654 654 89 644 639 644 644 644 639 336 654 654 688 336 336 639 1000 688 89 639 512 688 688 336 639 688 688 512 509 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 512 512 512 512 1. THE WICKED MASTER Sheryl Volkman John/Sheryl Volkman 2. JOSES FIRECRACKER Wayne Westbrook Wayne Westbrook 3. A RED RUBY Liz Gassaway Gassaway/Morgan 4. BEDAZZLED BY JAZZ Lisa Baum Lisa Baum 5. CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kasey Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family 6. GOOD TIL THE LAST DROP Dawn Payne Barker/Payne 7. GOOD LUCK CHUCK Rhonda Martocci Rhonda Martocci 8. VICTORIAS GOT A SECRET Jack Kwok Jack/Wilsene Moody Kwok/ Payton Davis 9. A WICKED BOND Rachel Allen Krista/Rachel Allen

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH MARE/GELDING 12-17 WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 210 210 159 210 210 210 1820 1820 1820 1820 1820 1820 935 159 210 159 159 159 154 935 935 935 311 935 1167 196 196 196 154 154 159 1526 154 154 935 196 196 154 1167 1526 1167 1167 1526 1167 311 1343 196 1526 1343 1287 1526 1167 242 311 311 1343 242 311 1526 1343 1. CADILLACS BUM Lilly Waites Andrew Waites Family 2. PUSHIN THAT JAZZ Robert Cortner Cortner/Luttrell 3. BE COOL Jaclyn Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 4. JOSES DULCE Meghan Davis Shamrock Farms 5. BACARDI AND ME Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 6. JOSE CALIENTE Chris Elliott Chris Elliott 7. TOO TALL JONES Jesse Laughlin Jessie Laughlin 8. PREMIUM TAP Kelly Short Jan Short 9. MISTRESS OF JAZZ Annalisa Cooper B B & S Show Horses 10. A BLACK MARKET PUSHER Nathan Britt Ron Jones/RPC Farms

THE MISSISSIPPI CHARITY TRAINERS RIDE FOR THE ROSES WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1055 1176 1176 686 1176 1176 1176 778 1055 1055 1813 1055 1418 1055 1813 1176 1055 1813 1813 1813 905 1813 778 778 778 270 778 39 676 676 792 1418 676 270 270 270 676 905 270 778 39 1418 270 792 39 792 1418 39 39 676 792 1180 792 792 1180 39 1418 1418 905 905 1. ACC Steve Hankins Sr Rick/Della Compton Family 2. MISS EBONY ROSE Ross Campbell Bob/Sudie Reed 3. IM SPLASHED Tim Smith Hillview Promotions/Lindsey Landrum 4. THE THUG Dick Peebles Kay/Luckey Easterling 5. MADE OVER ALL OVER Mike McCormick Preston/Lora Sweeney 6. JOSES DON JULIO Brent Coburn Fred Randolph 7. REVS FLASHBACK Jeff Laughlin Kris York Family 8. JOSES BUDDY HOLLY Greg Bryant Lorraine Seth 9. OUTRAGOUS ATTITUDE Frankie Roark Rhonda Cole 10. MORE OF THE MAJOR Sam McLaughlin Ron/Carolyn Lawrence

QUALITY EXTERIORS 15.2 & UNDER WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 22 464 22 22 22 22 464 22 464 464 1321 464 1321 1321 1109 1321 464 1321 1109 1109 1081 1081 1109 1109 1081 1081 1321 1109 307 1081 307 307 307 307 1081 307 1. MR HEISMAN Brandye Mills Randall/Sadie Baskin 2. A STRONG NEED FOR CASH Michael Wright Jim Roberts 3. BEEBEE KING Jimmy McConnell Rachel Castaldi 4. ADMISSION IS A DOLLAR Charlie Green Pam Hendrickson 5. NINE DANGEROUS YARDS John Puckett Dr/Mrs Rosser Wall 6. IM BREAKIN BAD Winky Groover John/Amanda Odom


Friday - August 31

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON TWO YEAR OLDS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1070 145 839 1070 1070 1070 145 309 309 145 145 145 839 1064 322 1064 839 839 309 839 1070 839 322 309 1064 1283 1064 322 1064 1064 322 1070 145 309 1010 322 1283 322 1083 1283 990 1283 990 990 1283 1010 1083 990 1010 1083 1010 990 309 1010 1083 1010 997 997 997 1083 1. IM MAYHEM Sue Ann Dowell JoAnn Dowell 2. IM IN HIGH DEFINITION Kenny Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 3. IM A TITLE ONE Jason Myatt Jerry Myatt 4. KEEP YOUR CASH Sheryl Crawford Crawford Colts 5. THUNDER IN THE SKY Jim Woodburn Jim Woodburn 6. HES CRIMSON SKY Suzy Matthews Gordon/Mathews 7. BRAIN POWER Debbie Eichler Rising Star Ranch 8. IM A SALTY DAWG Margaret Ann Alias Ray Beech 9. IM A FIREY DIAMOND Sherri Pollack Pollacks Silver Spur Ranch 10. KINGDOM Thad Way Fisher/Way

THE MOLLY WALTERS FAMILY FOUR YEAR OLD WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1511 1511 1511 1511 1511 1511 1318 911 383 1318 383 383 383 383 1318 383 1318 1318 911 1318 911 911 911 911 1131 1131 1131 1131 1131 1131 1263 1263 1263 1263 1263 1263 1. HONORS Larry Edwards Dan/Keith/Kelly McSwain 2. SIEGE Scott Beaty Fred Allred 3. THE JAZZ PLAYER Jimmy McConnell Jimmy/Edith Dilday 4. REFLECTION IN GIN John Allan Callaway George Ann Pratt 5. SIR SKYWATCH Charlie Green Joe Rich Family 6. GINS WHO DAT Jerry Woodlee Carol Canerday

Saturday - September 1

LEAD LINE PONIES 6 & UNDER WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024 1024 771 882 1549 882 882 882 1026 1026 1026 1549 786 1026 786 1548 882 1026 1026 1549 870 1549 740 786 1549 786 740 786 78 771 870 771 1549 771 1548 1163 771 1548 1548 870 21 1548 21 870 1163 21 771 870 740 740 21 20 1189 740 1548 21 1. ASHTYN CLAIRE BROWN n/a n/a 2. GRACE WILHELM n/a n/a 3. JULIA PAIGE CALLAWAY n/a n/a 4. RAELYN WAINWRIGHT n/a n/a 5. DAKODA GARDNER n/a n/a 6. BREANNA LOVVORN n/a n/a 7. LACI MATTHEWS n/a n/a 8. RILEY SIMS n/a n/a 9. PEYTON NELMS n/a n/a 10. AMY TOMS n/a n/a

OWNER AMATEUR ADULT WALKING PONY WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 211 211 211 211 211 211 1077 1077 1435 1077 1077 1077 749 902 1077 902 902 902 902 1361 902 749 749 749 1313 1313 749 1361 1313 1313 276 749 1361 1435 1435 1435 1395 1435 276 1313 1395 1361 1361 276 1395 276 1361 276 1435 1510 1510 1395 1395 1395 304 1395 304 304 304 304 1. PRIME POISON Lilly Waites Andrew Waites Family 2. THE DIXIE LINEMAN Gail Walling McDonald/Walling 3. SAMSUNG George Ann Pratt Don/George Ann Pratt 4. TWO FOOT FREDDIE Corey Clarke Joe Clarke 5. DARK & SHADY Molly Walters Molly Walters 6. ECSTATIC Sarah Moersch Dr. Barbara Moersch 7. THE COLONEL REB Taylor Walters Molly Walters 8. LEVEL PLAYING FIELD Peggy Bramerloh Peggy Bramerloh 9. SWEEPSTAKES GYPSY LADY Jeannae Patterson Jeannae Patterson 10. MAGIC MAN AGAIN Chasity Henry Chasity Henry

TEXAS JOE BLACK/STEVE & KATHY ZEIS SHOW PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 1004 1004 940 1004 1004 1004 1100 455 1004 940 940 940 940 940 1100 1100 455 455 455 1100 455 455 1100 455 293 293 293 293 293 293 1. TURNBOW Lynn Womack Sims/Womack 2. A LINE DANCER Bill Callaway S & J Enterprises 3. COINS BLACK STROKE John Puckett Reginald Pimentel 4. JUBILEES AWESOME DREAM Michael Wright Ed/Shannon Cotter 5. ENCORES PAZAZZ Winky Groover Monte/Patty Gibbs

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Saturday - September 1

WEANLING WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 124 124 124 124 124 124 378 420 420 420 420 420 420 378 378 379 735 378 735 514 735 378 1006 735 699 735 514 1006 379 379 514 379 1006 735 378 514 379 7 379 514 514 1006 670 699 699 7 670 699 1006 1006 7 670 7 7 7 670 670 699 699 670 1. IM KING OF THE RING Amanda Wright George Wright Family 2. MY DIAMOND BACK Sylvester Skierkowski Bobby Joe Jones Family 3. NAT KING COLE Lynn Womack Dr. Lorelle Beattie 4. SHES A REAL DIAMOND Robert Nelms Carole Hargett 5. MISS MARTINI Karen McGee Henderson Colt Farm 6. ADORABLE DIAMOND Beverly Lamp Keith/Lorraine Rosbury 7. THE ILLUMINATI Chris Richards Brad Davis Family 8. IM EYEING TO WIN Jesse Dotson Dotson Brothers 9. ROWDY SUNSHINE John Dorris Harlinsdale Farm 10. JOSES DETROIT SON Maggie Mae White Maggie Mae/Jon/Sherry White

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON THREE YEAR OLDS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Grider Bingham Bobo Clark Weaver Final 716 1309 1309 840 716 1309 840 840 716 1309 1309 840 746 267 472 1575 840 716 472 1314 840 267 1401 1401 1309 1575 1401 1401 472 472 1401 1401 1290 1314 1014 267 267 356 746 716 356 1575 1575 472 356 1021 267 1314 1014 716 1314 1014 1575 356 1314 1014 1014 1095 1314 1014 1. BLUES MASTER Lee McGartland Mike/Lee McGartland 2. DEFENDING THE TITLE Jason Myatt Jerry Myatt 3. JUST BET THE LINE Libby Doub David/Libby Doub 4. GIN RIO Becky Coleman Becky Coleman 5. JOSES BAMBINO Ronnie Stanfill Bill/Debbie Woods 6. ROETHLISBERGER Debbie McGill Morgan/McGill 7. HES UNBRIDLED Gayle Holcomb Gayle Holcomb 8. NATIONAL HERO Taylor Walters Molly Walters 9. DISTURBIA Kasey Kesselring Christmas Creek Farm 10. A SUPERBOWL MVP Mary Morrison Mary Morrison

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OWNER AMATEUR MARES/GELDINGS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1496 1496 1496 1295 1496 1496 1295 1295 1295 1496 703 1295 187 703 703 703 1295 703 703 904 904 187 187 187 904 187 187 904 1280 904 1280 1015 1015 1280 1455 1280 1455 1280 1036 1015 904 1015 1316 1455 709 1036 1015 1455 1015 1316 1280 1316 1036 1036 1320 1036 1455 675 675 1316 1. A VICTORIA SECRET Maisie McSwain Maisie/Mandy McSwain 2. THE ROYAL DOLLAR Lee McGartland Mike/Lee McGartland 3. ROSETTA STONE Patty Marek Marek/Smith 4. A PRIVATE BENJAMIN Detha Yoder Detha Yoder 5. MY FIRST DOLLAR George Ann Pratt George Ann Pratt 6. DOLLARS BRIGHT STAR Jannie Chapman Jannie Chapman 7. SOPHISTICATED Renee Carlton Renee Carlton 8. LIKE A ROLING STONE Sarah Moersch Dr. Barbara Moersch 9. C EST LA VIE Carol Lackey Jimmy/Carol Lackey 10. THE SHUT OUT Taylor Walters Molly Walters

OWNER AMATEUR YOUTH ENG/WES TRAIL PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Clark Bingham Bobo Smithson Waldo Final 1197 1197 1197 659 1197 1197 659 364 364 681 681 364 364 1217 681 364 659 659 681 659 656 1197 364 681 1217 656 1217 656 656 656 859 859 659 655 1217 1217 655 681 336 859 336 859 336 655 859 1217 859 655 656 336 655 336 655 336 1. SUIZA Allison Thorson Allison Thorson 2. GI GIS LUNCH MONEY Claire Hankins Hankins/Vaughn 3. DARK PICTURE SHOW Jada Cassidy Lloyd Cassidy 4. HIGH TIDE SURFIN Brady Bachert Stacey Richards Family/ Bachert 5. OUT THERE AND LOVIN IT Hunter Morgan Odum/Morgan 6. IM A SOUTHERN SECRET Dustin Winkler Wayne Winkler Jr. 7. SHES PRETTY JAZZY Kaitlyn Rippy Kaitlyn Rippy 8. MR PAPARAZZI Anna Kaminski Kaminski/Elliott 9. CONFEDERATE JAZZ Kailin Kesselring Kasey Kesselring Family

DR JACK & WILSENE MOODY-KWOK/O & W MOODY LTD PARK PERFORMANCE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 226 1528 226 1823 226 226 213 1823 1823 1301 1823 1823 1301 560 560 226 213 1301 1823 226 1301 1528 560 560 1528 1301 213 560 1301 213 560 213 1528 213 1528 1528 1442 1442 1442 1442 1442 1442 76 76 76 76 76 76 1. MOONSHINE MAN Philip Trimble Bob Cunningham 2. ANTONIO BANDERAS Ryan Gannon Hall/Hall 3. SAN JUAN Tim Smith M/M Eric Lackey 4. IM MONEY HUNGRY Spencer Benedict Withers/Alagna 5. ALL AMERICAN RITZ Howard Hamilton Cynthia M Wright 6. TIME FOR CASH Rollie Beard Kimberly Coult 7. TED WHO Knox Blackburn Mike Walden Family 8. HELLO DOLLAR Link Webb D R Mozeley 9. SUNSET BOULEVARD Jimmy Norris Mike/Marilee Moran

THE ANDREW WAITES FAMILY TWO YEAR OLD WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Weaver Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Final 463 463 463 463 463 463 616 616 616 272 1228 616 1228 536 309 616 616 1228 309 309 1228 309 936 309 272 1228 536 1228 536 536 536 936 936 936 309 936 936 272 387 536 272 272 387 387 479 387 387 387 479 479 1088 479 479 479 1088 1088 272 1088 1088 1088 1. NINE GOLD Michael Wright Dr Bill/Denise Mcmillan 2. JIMMER FREDETTE Dale Watts Deborah Williams 3. A NATURAL NINE Todd Smith Luttrell/Matthews 4. KEEP YOUR CASH Winky Groover Crawford Colts 5. JOSES FULL THROTTLE Justin Jenne John/Becky Sharp 6. READY TO PLAY John Allan Callaway Griffith/Potter 7. CASH DATE Brent Coburn Terry Dotson Family 8. DANGEROUS DILLINGER Scott Beaty Fred Allred 9. JOSES DOUBLE DOWN Casey Wright Bill/Debbie Woods 10. IM MARILYN John Puckett Fikes/Morrison


Saturday - September 1

OWNER AMATEUR LITE SHOD WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Smithson Bingham Bobo Clark Waldo Final 1195 564 564 564 680 1195 118 680 1195 1195 1195 564 860 649 860 680 863 680 680 863 680 860 860 860 564 1195 863 648 564 863 648 411 649 649 872 649 863 860 118 863 649 648 649 648 411 872 411 118 411 872 648 118 118 411 872 118 872 411 648 872 1. KICK START JAZZ Justin Manis Manis/Richardson 2. 2X THE MAGIC Susan Coleman Susan Coleman 3. LIL WAYNE Carlan Cotten Jeff Gillespie 4. GI GIS JAMAICAN GENERATOR Nick Ripp Kaitlyn Rippy 5. SIMPLE LEE DANGEROUS Kara Graham Graham/Hopkins 6. CATERPILLAR Frank Mosley WestMark Farms/Morgan/Mosely 7. MAJOR ORDERS Mackenzie Morgan WestMark Farms/Morgan 8. JOSE QUERVO GOLD Joanne Davis Morgan Joanne Davis Morgan 9. LIGHTNINGS SUMMER LOVE Rachel Burch M/M Donnie Headrick 10. GRANDEE ANN Mike Henson Mike Henson

OWNER AMATEUR RIDERS ON FOUR YEAR OLDS WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP Bingham Bobo Clark Grider Weaver Final 1811 1811 1811 1811 1811 1811 1296 434 434 1296 946 1296 434 1296 1296 946 434 434 946 946 946 434 1296 946 1119 1119 1119 1119 1119 1119 245 245 245 245 245 245 1. IM PUSHIN N LINE Janice Fostek Joe/Janice Fostek 2. SHES A SHADY SISTER Lee McGartland Mike/Lee McGartland 3. PRIME COUNTRY Ann Callicutt John Callicutt 4. IM A ROD Dalia Smith Harr Molly Smith 5. JOSES NIGHT TRAIN Sister Milligan Tommy/Sister Milligan 6. MY DIAMONDS AND PEARLS Brenda Sterner Brenda Sterner

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WC IM MANHATTEN/TAMARA HADER PARK PLEASURE WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Waldo Bingham Bobo Clark Smithson Final 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 1387 259 259 259 259 259 259 1386 1386 1386 1386 1386 1386 631 120 120 631 120 120 120 631 631 120 631 631 1. B B KINGS JAZZ Brock Tillman Stephens/Womack 2. TRAVELING DR WILLIAMS Steve Sanders Sonny/Debbie Sanders 3. CAPERS SHAKES & SHADOWS Don Woodson Don Woodson 4. GENS BOUNTY HUNTER Colonel Paul R Walker Joy Geske 5. SHES GUNSAN ROSES Jackie Byrom Etheredge/Hargett/Morgan

OWNER AMATEUR WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP (CANTER) Bobo Bingham Clark Grider Weaver Final 1535 1535 1535 440 1535 1535 440 440 440 1535 1390 440 553 1390 553 147 440 553 674 553 147 1302 553 147 147 674 462 674 760 1390 760 147 1390 598 147 674 1302 760 598 553 1302 1302 598 1302 1302 1390 598 760 462 598 674 760 462 598 1390 432 760 462 674 462 1. ON THE LINE Suzanne Moore Bud Moore 2. THE GAMES WE PLAY Clay Mills Corbin Mills 3. EL ZORROS STAR Kenny Compton Rick/Della Compton Family 4. COMMAND AGAIN Mary Beth Blessing What A Blessing Farm 5. GEORGE W MCCLINTOCK Miles Irby Rick/Marla Lovett 6. ANOTHER NINE YARDS Tracy Pinson Darby Oaks Stables 7. HES TOP PRIORITY Carrie Benedict Big Blue Nation 8. BLACK CASH DELIGHT Gail Walling Mark/Gail Walling 9. PRIDE OF WILLIE Tamara Kasser Charles/Carol Ann Gavin 10. HERES YOUR CHANGE Diana Cruse Diana Cruse

TWHNC WORLD GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP (CANTER)/WHTA 2012 RIDERS CUP Clark Bingham Bobo Grider Weaver Final 432 432 432 432 432 432 1519 1519 1519 1519 1519 1519 1013 1821 901 1013 1013 1013 901 901 1821 1821 1821 1821 1821 1013 1013 901 901 901 194 194 194 194 194 194 1127 607 607 1127 300 300 300 300 300 300 1127 1127 607 1127 73 607 607 607 73 1132 1132 1132 73 73 1. WALK TIME CHARLIE Chad Baucom Holland/Kilgore/Callicutt 2. IM COPPERFIELD Knox Blackburn Mike Walden Family 3. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES Steve Dunn Jimmy Smith Family 4. PUTTIN CASH ON THE LINE Tim Smith Tommy Jowers Family 5. OZONES CUT ABOVE ALL John Allan Callaway George Ann Pratt 6. TEXAS JOE BLACK Justin Harris Steve/Kathy Zeis 7. HES MY MAIN MAN Winky Groover Rising Star Ranch 8. KING OF THE JUNGLE Charlie Green Nester Stewart Family 9. ROWDY REV Brandon Stout Harlinsdale Farm 10. THE FAMILY JEWELS Jimmy Norris Scott/Kim Leonard

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NEWS

The Scoop For The Walking Horse Industry NoRTH caRoLINa WaLkINg HoRSE cHampIoNSHIp HoRSE SHoW addS cLaSSES The NCWHA Board of Directors have added some classes to the 2012 NCCWHS Class Sheet. A Keg Shod Country Pleasure Class - English or Western tack will be class 13a on Thursday night. A Country Pleasure Class - English or Western tack - any legal shoe - will be class 33a on Friday night. Class 50 on Saturday night will now be a Country Pleasure Stake.English or Western tack - any legal shoe. A SCWHA Members Only Amateur Specialty Class will be held as class 26a on Friday night.

WHoa aNNouNcES 34TH INTERNaTIoNaL pERFoRmaNcE gRaNd cHampIoNSHIp SHoW The Walking Horse Owners Association Performance International Championhip will be held Saturday November 24th beginning at 5 p.m. This years showbill boasts 30 classes including 11 Rider Cup classes. Sponsorship levels are as follows: ClassSponsor $300, Bronze Sponsor $500, Silver Sponsor $1,000, Gold Sponsor $2,500, Diamond Sponsor $5,000 Any level of sponsorship is helpful and appreciated. Contact the WHOA office at 615-494-8822 for more information or visit www. walkinghorseowners.com Please help make this years International a success by planning to attend.

LEgacy REuNIoN aT THE 2012 SouTHERN cHampIoNSHIp cHaRITy HoRSE SHoW

Legacy Reunion at the 2012 Southern Championship Charity Horse Show

During the Southern Championship Charity Horse Show, we will be holding a reception to honor the many people within the Tennessee Walking Horse industry who have been associated with and supported GWHEA over the years. This includes trainers, owners, vendors and other supporters who have had ties with the TWH industry in Georgia in the past. We would especially like to include the families of those who are no longer with us, in order to honor their memories. We will publish a souvenir commemorative brochure for this event and would like to include information about each honoree, consisting of information about their career in the industry, personal information about them and a photo. Please let us know if you -- or someone you know – would like to participate in this reunion, and send us the information that you would like to have included in the brochure. Anyone who has ever been associated with the TWH industry in Georgia in any way – no matter how small – and their families are encouraged to participate! Please bring old photos and other memorabilia that we can display during the reception. To submit information for the brochure, including a photo, please email cfrankum@windstream.net A reception will be held from 4:00pm —6:00 pm Saturday afternoon to honor these long-time supporters of the industry and their families. The reception will be held at a banquet room in the Georgia International Horse Park, and will include a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres. Everyone is invited to attend and take a walk down memory lane with these legends of the industry! For more information, contact Danny Rylee at 770-677-1570 or 770-654-6707. Page 122 / The Scoop


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Stable Decorating Winners 2012 TWHNC

The Shelbyville/Bedford County Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration asks you to join in the excitement and pride they feel each year when they announce the stable award winners. The stables entered in the competition were judged on elegance, taste, beauty, equine décor, neatness, work efficiency and pleasant and inviting appearance with a friendly atmosphere. Stables are entered in three divisions.

People came from all over to this year’s main event from Germany, California, Florida, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Arkansas, Oregon, Ohio and Texas, to support their home turf and promote their businesses and horses in the stable area.

This contest is as much a Celebration tradition as the doughnuts and the hat giveaways. The awards for contest winners honor the hard work that goes into the beautiful Celebration backdrop. Prior to August, the Celebration show grounds look like a ghost town in and around the stables; but when August rolls around, much preparation and hard work goes into designing the stable décor, which are good enough to be movie sets. Several farms made stalls into temporary tack rooms or hospitality rooms. Some were even equipped with restrooms and air conditioning. The barn porches are the place to be during the big event, with each barn given the option to hook up to cable and enjoy the show on their personal TV while socializing and rocking on their patio. Tenants are also able to rent the big marquis signs that rise high above the stables and can be seen from a distance. These signs rotate and are lighted at night to promote champion contenders.

Division A (Horses stabled on the Celebration grounds): 1st – Laurie Coats Stables

Division C Winner – Leigh Stuart Stables

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The sponsors are proud to announce this year’s Stable Decorating Contest winners as follows:

Division B (Horses not stabled on the Celebration grounds, one to six) 1st – Milly Player – Tintern Abbey Farms Division C – (Horses not stabled on the Celebration grounds, six or more) 1st – Leigh Stuart Stables 2nd – Justin Jenne Stables 3rd – Bruce Hankins Stables

Division B Winner – Milly Player/Tintern Abbey Farms

Division C 2nd place – Justin Jenne Stables


2012 TWHNC Stable Decorating

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Meet The Judges Nathan Clark

Nathan Clark has been looking forward to the challenge of judging the greatest horse show in the world his entire life.This year Nathan will be making his third appearance, having judged in both 2008 and 2010.At the age of 35, this will be his 36th consecutive Celebration that he has attended, so it’s safe to say The Celebration® has been an important part of Nathan’s life. Nathan has been involved in the industry since birth and has experienced it from the perspective of a trainer and a judge. Clark’s judging resume includes the Celebration Spring Fun Show, Delta Fall Classic, Wartrace, Fayetteville, Germantown Charity, Mississippi State Charity, Columbia Spring Jubilee, Woodbury, Pulaski, Southern Championship, Ohio Celebration, and Big D Charity. Nathan becomes the second generation of his family to judge at The Celebration®. His father, Steve, was on the panel in 1998. Clark says, “Judging The Celebration® is the greatest of all achievements for myself in the horse business.” Nathan is married to his wife of ten years, Anna, and they have two boys, Frank and John Winston.

Joel Weaver

After judging the Celebration Spring Fun Show in both 2004 and 2012, Joel Weaver is now making his debut as a judge at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration®. Joel resides in Shelbyville, TN, with his wife Kristy Butler Weaver. He has three children, Stratton, Lake, and Ireland. Joel has been involved with the Tennessee Walking Horse for many years, and he has passed his love for our great breed on to his children. Apart from his judging appearances at the Celebration Spring Fun Show, Joel has also judged shows such as the Red Carpet Show of the South, Alabama Jubilee, Gulf Coast Charity, and multiple one-night shows.

Chris Bobo The grandson of the late C.A. Bobo and son of Bill Bobo, both Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion® trainers and riders, Chris Bobo is a third generation Tennessee Walking Horse enthusiast. He currently resides in Shelbyville, TN, and graduated in 1996 from Freed Hardeman University. Although this will be Chris’s first appearance on the Celebration judging panel, he is no stranger to the judge’s card. Chris judged the Great Celebration Mule and Donkey Show in 2012. He has also judged the Mississippi Charity, Gulf Coast Charity, West Coast Trainers, International Pleasure and Colt Grand Championship, Big D, Marshal County Horseman’s, and multiple one-night shows. Chris is married to Katybeth Beasley Bobo, and they have two sons, Elijah and Benjamin.

Carol Smithson A Clarksville, TN, native, Carol Smithson will be making her debut at this year’s Celebration on the Pleasure Judging panel. Although this is her first time judging at The Celebration®, she is no stranger to the big oval. Carol began showing Tennessee Walking Horses at the young age of five. Having owned and trained multiple World Champions and International Champions,Carol has experienced great success in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry. She has also trained two TWHBEA Supreme Versatility Champions and WHOA Register of Merit Champions. Carol currently holds the title of Chairperson of the SHOW Judges’ Committee and is a current SHOW DQP.

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Meet The Judges Jennifer Bingham Jennifer Bingham was born and raised in Burlington, KY. She moved to Middle Tennessee in 1994 to attend college at Middle Tennessee State University where she majored in Finance with an emphasis in insurance, and so she could be closer to the heart of the TennesseeWalking Horse. She currently resides in Shelbyville. Jennifer’s first trip to the Celebration was in 1988, where she placed reserve in the Walking Pony class. In 1992, Jennifer earned her first World Championship in Equitation, and in 2000, she claimed the Owner-Amateur Novice Lady Riders on Novice Mares & Geldings World Championship with Something Extra Special. Jennifer is no stranger to the center ring at The Celebration®.This year will mark her fourth consecutive year to judge this world class event. Other notable shows around the country that Jennifer has judged include the Celebration Spring Fun Show, Gulf Coast Charity Horse Show, SSHBEA World Championship Show, Land O Sky, East TN Classic, Germantown Charity Show, and multiple one night shows.

Connie Waldo Originally from Montana, Connie Waldo moved to Middle Tennessee following her retirement from Montana State University where she worked in Information Technology - Computer Operations and the Student I.D. department. She made the move to Tennessee to pursue a more competitive show ring career. Connie grew up with horses and participated in 4-H as a child. She is noted as an accomplished pleasure horse rider and judge. Her first TWHNC Ribbon was in 1995 on a two year old performance filly that she trained herself from her home in Montana. Her most memorable Celebration memories are of her four World Grand Championships® on a horse she trained named Drop The Hammer. Connie is an AAAA Master Judge with S.H.O.W. She serves on the S.H.O.W. Judges panel and The Celebration® Advisory Board. She is a Certified Riding Instructor and has traveled around the United States and Canada presenting clinics to Walking Horse Enthusiasts. Her 25 year judging career spans a wide variety of shows including multiple gaited breed shows. As a S.H.O.W. Judge, she has judged many multiple day and one-night shows and the 2010 International.

Brent Grider Born and raised in Columbia, KY, Brent Griderhas been involved in the walking horse industry his entire life. He is the son of Ronnie Grider, the grandson of the late O.E. Grider and the nephew of Tommy Grider and Donnie Grider, all of which are long time Walking Horse enthusiasts. Brent is married to his wife of seven years, Courtney, and they have a daughter, Harper who is six.Brent operates Grider Stables located in Columbia, home of numerous World Champions. Brent won his first World Championship in 2006 aboard Witch Revival and won two World Championship titles at last year’s show with Generating The Command and Major Sky Command. While this is Brent’s first time in the big oval, he has been a licensed judge since 2002. He judged the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration Horse Show, managed by The Celebration® this year. Other notable shows that he has judged include Columbia Spring Jubilee, Alabama Jubilee, Kentucky Celebration, Kentucky Ladies Auxiliary and multiple shows in Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas and Iowa.When asked how he felt aboutbeing chosen as one of the judges for this year’s show, Brent said, “I am very honored and excited to be selected as one of this year’s judges and look forward to a great 2012 Celebration.”

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Celebration Dog Show The Celebration Dog Show was held August 26, 2012, at 12:30. The show was held in the Calsonic Arena and, even though it was hot, it didn’t keep the exhibitors and their four-legged friends away. The entry booth opened at 12:00 noon and the 14 class show was underway. The show had so many entries that the majority of the classes were split. The dog show is sponsored each year by the Walking Horse Ladies Auxiliary. The show managers were Alie Napier and Marguerite Sims. Auxiliary member volunteers pitched in to make the show a huge success again this year! Lauren Hawks-Abernathy had the hard job of marking the cards and judging the dog show. Mr. Whiskers and Patrick Thomas for proud owners, Jim and Debbie Nichols from New Market, TN, were the Stake- Best of Show Champions. This dynamic duo placed reserve in the Gentleman And Their Dogs class and came back in the big stake to walk away with a championship title. Uggs Way and Jayden Jackson made a great performance to claim the blue in the Youth Stake class. This duo claimed two reserve titles prior to their championship title. Lauren Hamilton and Hank presented an exhibition to show off their 2011 World Grand Championship walk to the crowd. For more information on fun from the Walking Horse Trainers Auxiliary, visit their website at http://sites. google.com/site/whtauxiliary/whats-going-on.

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PlaceS To Be

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

15-6Th annual eTWha ladieS auxiliary. cocke county Fairgrounds-newport, Tn. For information, contact Melissa ripley 423-823-1852.

4-6-nccWhS, 6 p.m. Western north carolina ag. center, arden, nc. contact athy robinson 919-618-1889.

15 - equine inveSTMenT Walking horSe ShoW, located at the chamber’s county Showgrounds, 1084 al highway 77, lafayette, al at 4:30 p.m. eST. For information, call 706-7737218. 15- norTheaST georgia Fall claSSic, hull, ga. 15- celeBraTion verSaTiliTy SerieS, TBa, Tn. 15-WiSconSin Fall Finale, Mandt’s equestrian center, oregon (Madison area) Wi. Tennessee Walking horse Pleasure classes only. contact carol olp at 920-725-4455 15- Warren county agricultural and livestock Fair horse Show, Fairgrounds, new Smithville highway, McMinnville, Tn. 6:30 p.m. contact dawn christian 931-808-9745 or Bernadette hodges 931-619-1645. 18 – JackSon counTy horSe ShoW, gainesboro, Tn 19-22- urohea World celeBraTion, great Smoky Mountain expo center, White Pine, Tn. contact rhonda gribble at 423-623-7004 or 423-625-5043.

12- 26th annual Moore counTy horSeManS aSSociaTion horSe ShoW, lynchburg, Tn 6:00 p.m., contact Billy Thomas 931-703-3145 or Bill Murray 931-695-5341. 12-13-nc STaTe Fair, B. hunt horse complex, raleigh, nc. contact nc State Fair 919-821-7400. 13 - liBerTy ciTy lionS cluB Fall Walking horSe ShoW (old Tallassee Show) at realtown arena, 19700 highway 49S, notasulga, al at 3:00 p.m. cST. contact darcie rogers at 334-887-9240. 18-19-20-eTWha Fall claSSic, great Smokey Mountain expo center, White Pine, Tn. contact vickie ricker 423-470-6655. 27-gWhla/lionS cluB ShoW, edison, georgia. contact Mandie McFay 229-835-2832 neonsflashycash@yahoo.com 26-27-Sc chaMPionShiP ShoW, T. ed garrison arena, clemson, Sc. contact Bill rorick 864-350-5637.

NOVEMBER

22-nWgWhS, chatsworth, georgia. contact Beth 706-766-3283 walknwjr@att.net 22-lenoir oPTiMiST cluB horSe ShoW, lenoir optimist Park, lenoir, nc. contact donna Powell 828-217-5449. 28-29- SouThern chaMPionShiP chariTy horSe ShoW, georgia international horse Park, conyers, ga. contact dee cantrell at 334-297-2771, 706-366-1011 or email birddogs@ bellsouth.net. 29- cornerSville, Tn, 6:00 p.m.

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4-5 – 18th annual SShBea SPorT horSe chaMPionShiP, calsonic arena, Shelbyville, Tn. contact SSheBa at 931-6847496.


PLACES TO BE

5 – NCWHA FALL TIP SHOW, Fisher River Park, Dobson, NC. Contact Jimmy Nichols at 336-320-2138. 8-10 – DELTA FALL CLASSIC, Paul Battle, Jr. Arena, Tunica, MS. Contact James Benton Pendleton at 615-804-0443. 16-17- 34TH ANNuAL INTERNATIONAL GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE SHOW, Miller Coliseum, Murfreesboro, TN. 24-WHOA PERFORMANCE INTERNATIONAL, Miller Coliseum, Murfreesboro, TN

DECEMBER

2-3 – WHTA ANNuAL CONVENTION, Cool Springs Marriott, Franklin, TN. Contact Walking Horse Trainers Association at 931684-5866. 8-9 – CHRISTMAS AT SAND CREEK SALE, Sand Creek Farm, Shelbyville, TN. Broodmares, pleasure horses, performance horses. Entry deadline November 21, 2011. Contact Sand Creek sales staff at 931-684-1844.

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WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY AWARDS

FEED DISTRIBUTORS

CoURTnEy CHURCH PHoToGRaPHy Located at 106 Haverford Path #7, Georgetown, KY

Royal Ribbons and awaRds

CElEbRaTion FEEds

40324. Call 502-370-4530 (home) or 651-442-0007 (cell)

Ribbons, trophies, back numbers and crystal awards.

Bulk and bag feed sales. “Celebrating the Horse.” Located

or visit www.courtneychurchphotography.com.

Located at 889 Colloredo Blvd, Shelbyville, TN 37160.

at 10321 Rockvale Road, Rockvale, TN 37153. Contact

Phone or fax 931-685-0110. Owned by Keith and Suzy

Joe Green, plant 615-274-2661, cell 931-619-9678 or

dana doylE PHoToGRaPHy

Johnson.

email JGreen@Celebrationfeeds.com.

Equine Photography. Booking available for shows. Proofs can be seen at www.danadoylephotos.com. Located at

BED AND BREAKFAST

INSURANCE

P. O. Box 7173, Cynthiana, KY 41031. Call the office 859-235-0400, cell 859-435-0570 or email

ClEaRViEw HoRsE FaRM

baRnEs EQUinE insURanCE aGEnCy

Show Arena and Bed & Breakfast. Located at 2291 Hwy.

Insurance for any horse related coverage., including full mortality,

231 South, Shelbyville TN 37160. Call 931-684-8822 or

major medical, surgical, stable fire, liability for training, instructions,

GaRy THoRnsbURy, EQUinE PHoToGRaPHER

visit www.clearviewhorsefarm.com.

boarding, etc. Located at P. O. Box 609, Pigeon Forge, TN 37868.

Would love to cover your show or shoot individual pic-

Call Joe Barnes or Krissy Evans 877-332-2500, 865-774-2500, Joe’s

tures. Located at 203 Bell Harrison Rd., Evensville, TN

cell 865-654-2700, fax 865-774-1212 or visit

37332. Call 423-827-6390, email gthornsbury@msn.com

www.barnesequine.com.

or visit www.garythornsbury.com.

Indoor & outdoor arena, and 65 acres to ride on.

JonEs EQUinE insURanCE aGEnCy, inC.

JaCk GREEnE, PHoToGRaPHER

Located at 681 Rabbit Branch Road, Shelbyville, TN

Providing all types of insurance coverage for the horse-

Located at P. O. Box 33, Christiana, TN 37037. Call

37160. Please call 931-607-8897 or 931-703-0153 for

man. Full mortality, major medical, prospective foal, farm

615-893-3993 or visit www.jackgreene.com.

more information or visit www.themaingait.com.

& liability and workers’ compensation. Contact Bobby

BOARDING THE Main GaiT FaRM

danadoyle@yahoo.com.

Full care stall & pasture boarding available.

Jones at 1330 Moberly Road, Richmond, KY 40475.

JaMiE MCCoy PHoToGRaPHy

Phone 859-893-1097, fax 859-369-7952, or email

Now booking for horse shows. Also, portraits, action shots

bjonesins@bellsouth.net. Whitney McConnell Davis

or conformation shots on location or at your farm/training

MaRsHa deaRRiaGa, llC

- phone 901-292-5598, fax 615-395-4152 or email

barn. Other photography available, including senior and

Equestrian riding apparel; ready made and custom western

whittermac23@msn.com.

family portraits. Located in Corinth, MS. Call 662-808-

CLOTHING/APPAREL

0323 or email jmmccoy@frontiernet.net. Portfolio at

and saddle seats. “The Choice of Champions in Fine Equestrian Apparel.” Marsha Shepard. Located at 115

JEWELRY

http://photosbyjamie.photoreflect.com.

South Side Square, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 931-6843500, fax 931-684-6544 or email marshadea@msn.com.

bEn bRanTlEy & Co.

MoVin’ on UP PHoToGRaPHy

Your premier source for equine jewelry. One of a kind de-

Jennifer Potts, Photographer. Horse shows, stallions,

Roy RoGERs wEsTERn wEaR

signs are our specialty. Over 25 years selling fine jewelry

headshots and onsite shoots. Other photography available,

20% off Carhartt Outerwear. Located at 1708 Huntsville

nationally & internationally. Call Ben at 931-639-7840 or

including weddings, senior portraits, pets and family por-

Hwy., Fayetteville, TN 37334. Call 931-438-4052.

931-684-1513 or benbrantleyco@cs.com.

traits. Logo and ad design. Located at 168 Amos Gammill Rd., Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 931-205-3493, email

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8-5, Sun. 1-4.

jennpotts2007@yahoo.com or visit blinG TiE aFFaiR

PHOTOGRAPHY

www.movinonupphotos.com.

One of a Kind Swarovski Chrystal Enhanced Designer Ties. Contact Patti Pollack at 408-202-5752 or email

aValon PHoToGRaPHy

PHoToGRaPHy by dEbbiE UECkER-kEoGH

wiphome@aol.com. 14500 Big Basin Way Saratoga, CA

Capturing the spirit. Innovative horse show photography.

Located at 338 N. Cuyamaca, El Cajun, CA 92020. Call

95070

Creative equine portraits. Call the studio 952-922-6300,

619-440-6841, cell 619-933-2730 or visit

cell 952-212-3964, email jolene@avalonphotoinfo.com,

www.photosbydebbie.com.

EMBROIDERY/AWARDS

or visit www.walkinghorsephotography.com. PHoTos by naT

aPPalaCHian GRaPHiCs

bRadlEy diCk PHoToGRaPHy

Natasha Douglas, Photographer. Offering extraordinary

Embroidery, trophies, ribbons, awards, back numbers. The

Portraits, headshots, action shots, on location. Other pho-

show horse photography in the ring and at the farm. Serv-

source for all your promotional items. Located in St. Paul,

tography available. Located at 1711 Hwy. 130 W.

ing the eastern United States and beyond! Located at 2212

VA. Call 276-762-9003 or visit www.appalachiangraphic

Shelbyville, TN 37160, 931-205-7035 or 931-580-2202,

Frog Level Road, Ewing, VA 24248. Call 865-585-4083,

sinc.com.

email Bradley.Dick@yahoo.com or visit

email tasha@photosbynat.com. or visit

www.Bradleydick.com.

www.photosbynat.com.

FARRIERS CoUnTRy REFlECTion PHoToGRaPHy

PJ waMblE PHoToGRaPHy

RonniE TaboR sHoEinG

Horse shows, farm shoots, pet and action photography,

View and order proofs online at www.pjwamble.com. Locat-

Located in Shelbyville, TN. Call 937-684-1684 or email

Call Peggy Stewart 540-421-9612 or email

ed at 1245 Cochran Cemetery Road, Lewisburg, TN 37091.

walkinshoes76@gmail.com.

cntryreflections@aol.com.

Call or fax 931-359-6363 or call cell 931-993-7353.

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WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY SANDRA HALL PHOTOGRAPHY

FIND YOUR GAIT

Located at RR 2, Box 111, Chesterfield, SC 29709. Call

CRI TRI CHA Certified. Find Your Gait Riding Acad-

843-623-6652.

emy has produced many accomplished competitors and

BOUqUET CREEK FARMS

champions including three USEF equitation riders. Lesson

Walking horse boarding, colts, colt training, lessons,

SHANE SHIFLET PHOTOGRAPHY

horses and flat shod training available. All breed riding

pleasure horses, show horses and versatility. Wendy Shaw,

Located at 2767 Lazy Pine Rd., Randleman, NC 27317.

and training center specializing in saddleseat. Located in

Trainer. Located at 30280 Bouquet Creek Canyon Road,

Call 336-318-2116, fax 336-318-2764 or visit

Oak Grove, MO. Call 816-934-2734 or visit

Saugus, CA 91350. Call the stable 661-296-3951, cell

www.shaneshiflet.com.

www.findyourgait.com.

661-296-4087 or email bcf1117@aol.com.

CALIFORNIA

STORAGE

SID ABERNATHY PHOTOGRAPHY

GOLDEN WEST FARMS Walking horse training and breeding facility. Scott

Specializing in equine photography, including horse shows, on the farm and stallion, family and senior por-

STOR–N-LOCK

Benham, Trainer/Manager. Lalo Gutierrez and Manual

traits. Sid Abernathy, P. O. Box 12, Shannon, MS 38868.

We have state-of-the-art covered storage/parking for motor

Rodriquez, Trainers. Located at 13213 Ontario Ave.,

Call 662-767-8281 or 662-401-0822, email Jsid46@

homes and RVs. Each space has electric, water and sewer

Ontario, CA 91761. Call 909-947-5870 (b) or 909-923-

bellsouth.net or visit http://www.sid.photoreflect.com.

hookups. Pay by the day, week, or month! Come stay with us

8128 (r).

during any event in our area! 24 hour access. Only 1.7 miles TERRY YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY

from the Celebration Grounds, located at 1703 Green Lane,

Located at P. O. Box 54911, Lexington, KY 40555. Call

Shelbyville, TN. Call 913-684-8585 or visit www.stornlock.

859-264-8579, 859-263-3623 or email

netoffice.

FLORIDA HARD ROCK FARM

TACK

terryyoung@prodigy.net.

Specializing in flat shod for show and pleasure. Sheryl Skala-Carl, Owner/Trainer. Located at 5850 NE 150th

TLC PHOTOGRAPHY

BEDFORD TACK, INC.

Avenue, Williston, FL 32696. Call the barn and house

Booking horse shows now! Teresa Castle, P. O. Box 176,

Manufacturers and importers of fine quality horse equip-

352-528-5775 or visit website www.hardrockfarm.com.

Means, KY 40346. Call 606-768-4221, 606-768-2457 or

ment at competitive prices (retail and wholesale). Large

visit castlephotography.photoreflect.com.

selection of English and Western attire. Call for catalog.

GEORGIA

Located 8 miles north of Shelbyville. Located at 148 Ebb TOM OAKLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

Joyce Road, Bell Buckle, TN 37020. Order toll free at 1-

HOLLIN FARM, INC

Horse shows, portraits and action shots. Will transfer your

800-523-4971, fax 931-437-221 or visit

Full-service training facility for walking horses. Gary

home movies, photos or slides to DVD. Located at 132

www.bedfordtack.com.

Hollin, Owner/Trainer. Located at 5474 High Schoals Rd., Bishop, GA 30621. Call the barn 706-769-8790 or home

Mankin St., La Vergne, TN 37086. Call 615-213-2931, 615-347-3835, email tomandelaine@comcast.net or visit

THE WINNER’S CIRCLE HORSE SUPPLY, LLC

www.tomoakley.com.

We specialize in tack for Tennessee Walking Horses. 603

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS A TO Z PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

706-769-7750.

Evans Street, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call toll free at 1-

SAWTOOTH STABLES

800-298-7398 or 931-684-2912 or visit

Walking horse training and sales. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Rogers,

www.wcircle.com.

Owners. Brian Watson, Trainer. Located at 3730 West Ellis Rd., Griffin, GA 30223. Call Brian’s cell 770-298-5070 or

Embroidery, silk screening, caps, T-shirts, golf shirts, ALABAMA

jackets and ad specialties. Contact Mark or Debbie Wil-

Lindy’s cell 404-234-1879.

liams, Shelbyville, TN, 931-685-0200. DOSS FARMS RIDING INSTRUCTORS

KENTUCKY

Walking horse breeding, sales, broodmares, weanlings, and yearlings. Jack Doss, Owner; Morrow Doss, Man-

HANKINS STABLES

ALICE KLEIN EqUESTRIANS

ager/Certified Riding Instructor. Riding lessons available.

Walking horse training and sales facility. Jamie and

Certified Riding Instructor. Lessons for all ages and

Located at 30 Doss Road, Cullman, AL 35057. Call Jack

Jennifer Hankins, Trainers. Standing at stud: A Greater

riding levels. Discounted packages available. Specializing

256-708-5005 or Morrow 256-385-0401.

Generator. Located at 420 Redmon Road, Paris, KY 40361. Call 859-987-6727.

in centered riding, show ring preparation and equitation. Will travel to you for private instruction. Lesson horses

KELLEY RANCH

available in all disciplines. Located at Win A Few Stables

Full service training facility for walking horses. Junior

ROLLING ACRES FARM & STABLES

in Shelbyville, TN. Call 931-205-2067.

Wilhoite, Trainer. Located at 8971 State Highway 10 East,

Bob Stannard, Owner. Robby Stannard, Trainer. Colt train-

Shorterville, AL 36373. Call 334-441-9082 or Junior’s

ing and sales facility. Located in Lebanon, KY. Cell 859-

cell 352-435-5840.

805-8011, email rollingacres@bellsouth.net or visit www.

BALLENTINE FARMS RIDING ACADEMY Full-time riding academy, boarding, and sales facility.

rollingacresstables.com.

Lessons and summer camp. Gift certificates available. Producing North Carolina’s most accomplished riders.

TRAVIS WILEY STABLES

Located at 6921 Sunset Lake Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC

Walking horse training, boarding and sales facility. Travis

27526. Call 919-552-3536.

Wiley, Trainer. Located at 4600 Harrodsburg Road, Danville, KY. Call the barn 859-239-9607 or Travis’ cell 859-583-0024.

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WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY MISSISSIPPI CHAD WAY STABLES

JOE FLEMING STABLES

PIONEER STABLES

Walking horse training & sales facility. Located at Tan

Full service training facility for walking horses. Joe

Full-service training facility for walking horses. Lucy Watts, Manager.

Oak Farms, Highway 41A North, Shelbyville, TN.

Fleming, Manager/Trainer. Justin Harris, Trainer.

Dale Watts, Josh Watts and Jonathan Watts, Trainers. 4025 Highway 51

Call 931-703-3926.

Located at 2003 Highway 64W, Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call the barn 931-684-0136.

North, Summit, MS 39666. Call the barn and residence 601-276-2641 or Dale’s cell 601-660-6194. MISSOURI

D&R STABLES Walking horse training and sales facility. Donald D. Rich-

QUINTESSENTIAL FARM

ards, Owner. Randy Young, Manager/Trainer. Mailing

Training, boarding, riding lessons, breeding and sales.

address, P. O. Box 858, Sparta, TN 38583. Call the barn

Doug Simpkins, Owner. Pat Simpkins, Trainer. Beverly

HUFFMAN STABLES

931-738-2720, Randy’s cell 931-808-2206 or fax

Lamp, Riding Instructor. Jazz Maniac at stud. Located at

Walking horse training, boarding, and sales. Jim Huffman,

931-738-9022.

2394 West Trimble Road, Milton, TN 37118. Call 615496-4636 Pat’s cell, 615-218-5710 Bev’s cell or 615-273-

Owner/Trainer. Located at 2476 State Highway W., Ozark, MO 65721. Call 417-581-6868, Jim’s cell 417-839-6890

DOUBLE DIAMOND STABLES

or Brad’s cell 417-860-8012.

Walking horse training and boarding facility. Horses

NORTH CAROLINA BALLENTINE FARMS RIDING ACADEMY

for sale in all price ranges. We provide training for your

TAN OAK FARMS

pleasure horses, start to finish. Lessons available. Shelli

Breeding facility. Many World Champion Stallions Standing

Mehaffey, Trainer. Located at 145 Halls Mills Road,

at Stud. Jack Heffington, Owner. Call 615-390-9006. Mailing

Shelbyville, TN 37160. Call 425-931-2772.

address P. O. Box 1658, Shelbyville, TN 37162.

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. 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 828-754-6538 or visit website www.kbbtwh.com. 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.

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. 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.

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FREEMAN FOALS

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

Walking Horses - Weanlings, yearlings and broodmares for

www.whiteoakstallions.com.

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 731-885-1768 or residence 731-536-564.

sale. Breeder of WGC Ironworks and WGC Generator’s Santana. Standing at stud: Watch Out José. Located at 529

TONY YOKLEY & SONS

Crowell Lane, Lebanon, TN 37087. Contact Delaine Smith

Walking Horses - Specializing in two year olds, yearlings and

at 615-444-1422, 615-347-4565 or email

show horses for sale year round. Tony Yokley, Trainer.

Freemanfoals@aol.com.

Located at 490 Factory Creek Road, Ethridge, TN 38456. Call the barn 931-363-0191, residence 931-363-7981 or cell

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 931-3899131 or cell 931-703-6127. For breeding information contact

WALK AWAY FARMS

4255.

Sheila’s cell 931-224-5825 or email ImDumas1@hughes.net. 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 Eudailey-Covington Road, College Grove, TN. Call 615-368-3468. JEFF WILLIS STABLES Training, riding lessons and sales facility. Located at P. O. Box 133, Belfast, TN 37019. Call Jeff at 931-993-3174. Riding instructions available by Alice Klein. Call Alice’s cell 931-205-2067 for an appointment. JOE COTTEN STABLES Joe Cotten at Summerhill Farm. Full-service training and sales facility. Located at 225 Hwy 82 East, Bell Buckle, TN 37020. Call 615-202-8429.

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 931-374-5178. 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 and Chris Helton, Trainers. Located at 472 Poplar Springs Road, Kingston, TN 37763. Call the farm 865-376-4477, Leslie Dotson’s cell 606-226-4266 or Brent Coburn’s cell 865-755-6470.


WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY 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 434-6852830 or email Walkon@gamewood.net.

CALL THE SCOOP FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BEING LISTED IN OUR WHO’S WHO DIRECTORY 931-680-5696

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