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Bustin For Cash Tops North Middletown



 

 

by Renee Isaacs

 

NORTH MIDDLETON, Ky. - Bustin For Cash was the top entry in the Walking Stake division for the North Middletown Charity Horse Show. Trainer Donald Stamper of Richmond, Ky., was aboard this talented horse who is owned by French and Childers, also of Richmond, Ky. Richard Evans and Pro Stock By JFK captured the reserve award for Lisa Evans of Mt. Sterling, Ky.

Six entries made the gate call for the first class of the evening, which happened to be the 11 and Under division. Emilee Smith rode to the winner’s circle aboard Night Vision to collect the blue. The reserve award  went to Rhiannon Stephens and Score.

Melissa Stephens won her first blue of the night aboard Jose’ Brooks in the Three-Year-Old Amateur division for Bayes and Stephens of Grayson, Ky. Ann Hamon rode to the reserve ribbon with Miss Money Penny.

            Teresa Roberts and Little Man Tate won the Bourbon County Residents Country Pleasure class. Danny Turner and Gold Chip BFF were second.

            Savannah McQuerry and Making Promises won the Juvenile 17 and Under class for Carter and Parish of Indianapolis, Ind. Erin Stephens and Pusher’s Black Ann pushed their way to reserve honors for Gary Doss of Minford, Ohio.

            A large class of 13 entered the ring for the Novice Amateur class. Kim Back and Reckless Youth made a great show to claim top honors. Melanie Mader rode to the red ribbon aboard Pusher’s Crystal.

            Jimmy Harney claimed top honors in the Two-Year-Old Open Amateur class aboard A Night Out With Jazz. The second place award went to Supers Survivor and Mandie Lancaster for Peggy Caldwell of Danville, Ky.

            Eleven entries made the gate call for the Four-Year-Old Amateur class. Melissa Stephens captured her second blue of the night, this time with Pusher’s Ebony for Willis and Stephens of Grayson, Ky. The reserve award went to Melanie Mader and Dr. Michael J. for Larry and Phyllis Coy of Lebanon Junction, Ky.

            Logan Hankins of Paris, Ky., won the Amateur Country Pleasure class aboard Hallelujah In The Sky. Dianne Wilson rode to the red ribbon aboard Strike Three.

            The Three-Year-Old Open class was won by Shanghi Ritz and Allen McQuerry for Laurie Herchenroeder of Harrodsburg, Ky. Gary Snow and Laneview’s Master collected the second place ribbon.

            Nicole Bell won the Open Amateur No Canter class aboard Rave’s Lightfoot under the direction of McQuerry Stables of Harrodsburg, Ky. Jimmy Harney and Pusher’s Maximus claimed the reserve tie.

            Jimmy Harney and Dark Ebony’s Star Gazer rode to the winner’s circle in the Open Amateur Canter class for Jim Harney of Independence, Ky. Mandie Lancaster and Rain’s Nightstorm captured the second place ribbon.

            Up next was the Show Pleasure division. Treva Vice claimed the first place award with RPM 2 Nite for Mark and Cliff Vice of Carlisle, Ky. Chargers Back In Black and John Cox claimed the reserve win.

            Taryn Harris of Morehead, Ky., ended the nice show with top honors in the KWHA Ladies Auxiliary class aboard Eb’s Night Storm. Dollar Up and Melissa Stephens were second for Doss and Stephens of Minford, Oh.

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