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Beaty and Mr. Pushbutton Make It Three For Three at Fentress County



by Linda Fox
 
JAMESTOWN, Tenn. - The 49th annual Fentress County Horse Show was held at the Fentress County Fairgrounds in Jamestown, Tenn., on July 18. Newton Parks evaluated 165 contenders, spread over 28 classes, during the evening.

At first, due to heavy rains, the red clay track looked pretty grim, but soon graders and gravel arrived and after about 45 minutes work, the track was in shape for the show to begin. Although dark clouds threatened at times, the rain held off for the entire evening. The air was cool and crisp and offered a much appreciated relief from the heat of the previous weekends. It was good horse show weather.

Trainer Scott Beaty and Mister Pushbutton, just off their Crossville and Dunlap Stake wins, added Fentress County to their list when they received the nod from Judge Parks. Mister Pushbutton is owned by the Fred Allred family of Jamestown, Tenn. Star Of Sundance and Brent Coburn rode to the red ribbon for Fred Randolph of Niota, Tenn.

Let Go And Push and Jerry Highsmith rode to the third place tie for Jackson Gratton of Seymour, Tenn.

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