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Amateurs Take Control Of Thursday Night



 

SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Entries rose to 207 with 13 out of the 19 classes being Amateur classes on Thursday night. This night also gave the pleasure of seeing not one but two workouts. The first workout was in the Amateur Geldings Specialty that had a total of 19 entries, followed by the 20 horse Amateur Three-Year-Old Stallion class.

Dr. Chester Gipson of the United States Department of Agriculture was also in attendance to observe the horse show from the stands.

Stay tuned for Friday nights results and judges cards located only on The REPORT.



Lucky Collins was all smiles after her victory aboard Two-Year-Old Stallion Champion, Barbados. Collins was joined by trainer, Chad Williams.  


Marty Irby was joined by Hunter Morgan following his win with Lion King
in the Amateur English Trail Pleasure Specialty class.



Whitney Breedlove and Royal Masque made their show ring debut a blue ribbon ride to remember. They are joined by Ed and Barry Breedlove, Jill,Erica, Herbert and Maria Derickson.


Jeff Green, Ashley Tuttle, Cory and Kountie Green,Megan Davis and Becky Green join Joyce Marie Green after her win with Spring's Star Maker in the WHTA Auxiliary class.

Howard Hamilton and Park Performance Open Specialty Champion, All American Ritz are joined by Clarenita Hamilton, Jayden Jackson, Jenna Hamilton, Cynthia Wright, Lauren Hamilton and Patrick Thomas.


Candra Carroll was greeted by husband Brian Carroll after her win with The Prime Suspect in the 15.2 & Under Amateur Mare and Gelding Specialty class.



Linda, David, Kim and Andrew Sisk join David following his winning ride on I'm NRA in the Three-Year-Old Stallion class.


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