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Another City Slicker Tops West Monroe



WEST MONROE, La. - The Louisiana Jubilee Charity Horse Show was held this past weekend from Friday, March 7 through Saturday, March 8 at the Ike Hamilton Ag Center in West Monroe, Louisiana. Charlene Cox served as walking horse judge, while Mike judged the racking division. Sherry Alexander kept the crowd entertained tickling the ivories both nights. Sid Abernathy captured the two night show on film. The show changed affiliations this year, switching from the National Horse Show Commission to Heart of America. Johnnie Copland, show manager, commented, “

FRIDAY EVENING

To begin the first evening of classes, ten classes were canceled due to lack of entries. The Louisiana Jubilee Charity began with the Amateur Walking Specialty. WWW.Com took the blue out of six entries with Allen Nelson in the irons. Nelson owns the winner. WW Southern Tides was reserve with Eddie Nelson in the irons. Allen Nelson owns the entry. Four entries answered the gate call for the Park Pleasure Specialty. Freedom Of Arms and Landon Head took the blue for Bert Head. Reserve in the class went to Ritz’s Limited Edition and Ricky Corbello for White Rock Stables. With only one entry, Jessica Davis and Another City Slicker captured the Open Amateur Walking blue. Davis owns the champion.

In the Country Pleasure division, Belle’s Summer Girl made the victory pass with Sara Jane Parker in the irons for Gene and Sara Jane Parker. Winner’s Pride And Joy was reserve with Laura Leigh Dorman for Dr. and Mrs. Bill Wooten. The Amateur Racking class held three entries. Fire’s Crimson Rose and H.E. Crossett, owner/exhibitor claimed the title. Raging Storm and Marcus Jones were reserve.

The Trail Pleasure Walking Specialty was up next. Enola’s Captain Buck and Chris Mills rode to blue ribbon acclaim for Ann and Chris Mills.

Copy’s Dark Stranger and Lisa Weaver were reserve for Fred and Lisa Weaver. Dumas McGuire and Laura Leigh Dorman was the only entry in the Lite Shod Specialty division. The team took the blue for Dr. and Mrs. Bill Wooten.

Show Pleasure Racking held a blue ribbon for Ultra’s Bold Gold and owner/exhibitor, Patsy Odom. Laredo Texas was reserve for Randy and Debbie Nebel under the guidance of Jessica Davis. Ole Blue Checkers and James Harris walked away with the Show Pleasure Walking title for Virgil Harris.

Rodney Dangerfield and Landon Head got some respect as they walked to the Park Pleasure Open blue for Bert Head. CC’s Mr. John and Tanya Maynard topped the Ladies Style Racking class. Maynard owns the entry. Fire’s Crimson Rose and Abbey Tibbet were reserve. Santini’s Rave Review and Ricky Corbello made a flashy showing to top honors in the Four-Year-Old Amateur Walking Specialty class for White Rock Stables. Unlimited Santana and Jessica Davis were reserve for Randy and Debbie Nebel.

Belle’s Summer Girl and Sara Jane Parker claimed yet another blue for Gene and Sara Jane Parker in the Trail Pleasure Racking division. Winner’s Pride And Joy were reserve for Dr. and Mrs. Bill Wooten with Laura Leigh Dorman directing. The Youth Gaited Pleasure class held three entries. Belle’s Summer Girl returned to the ring with Laura Leigh Dorman in direction to claim the blue for Gene and Sara Jane Parker. Copy’s Dark Stranger and Amanda Weaver were reserve for Fred and Lisa Weaver.

A Midnight Sun Genius was the only entry in the Park Pleasure Western Specialty class. Kim Mattocks directed her mount to the blue for Joey and Kim Mattocks. Gold Deals and Jessica Davis were the only entry in the Lite Shod Open to take the blue for Randy and Debbie Nebel.

The nine entry Gaited Pleasure class blue was captured by Splendor’s Sunshine and Joe Avery, owner/exhibitor. Belle’s Summer Girl and Sara Jane Parker were reserve for Gene and Sara Jane Parker.

The Saddlebred class was held until the Saturday night performances. This concluded the Friday night session of classes with the show beginning promptly at 6:00 the next evening.

SATURDAY EVENING

The first class of the evening, URHORA Style Racking, began the night. Raging Storm and Marcus Jones rode to top honors. Ultra’s Bold Gold and Patsy Odom were reserve. Odom owns the entry. With only one entry, the Park Pleasure Open class was added and Ricky Corbello and Ritz’s Limited Edition captured the blue for White Rock Stables.

Fire’s Crimson Rose and Jessica Davis found themselves in the winner’s circle in the Youth Racking division for H.E. Crossett. Rodney Dangerfield returned on Saturday night to collect the Park Pleasure Youth Specialty blue with Landon Head in the irons for Bert Head. Reserve in the class went to Premium Unleaded and Jamin Harris for Virgil Harris.

Unlimited Santana and Debbie Nebel claimed the Amateur Walking Specialty blue for Randy and Debbie Nebel. I’m A Jubilee and Bruce Stephens were reserve for Juanita Stephens. Of three entries, I Love You Truly and Dee Brownell made their way to the winner’s circle in the Open Racking division. Brownell owns the champion. Fire’s Crimson Rose scored reserve with H.E. Crossett in the irons.

The Amateur Owned and Trained Walking Horse class held three entries. Topping the class was Threat’s Big Time Secret and Lowell Stephens for Juanita Stephens. Coin’s Silver Knight and Billy Jack Talton were reserve. Talton owns the entry. Two entries answered the call for the Three-Year-Old and Under Racking class. Laredo Texas and Randy Nebel topped the class for Randy and Debbie Nebel. He’s Out Of The Blue and Bob Brownell were reserve. Brownell owns the entry.

Belle’s Summer Girl and Sara Jane Parker returned to the ring on Saturday to claim yet another blue, this time in the Country Pleasure division for Gene and Sara Jane Parker. Pride Of Top Gun and Bob Brownell made the ride to reserve for Dee Brownell.

The Flat Shod Racking class held no entries. Ask Not Jack and Wesley Hampton made the winning ride in the Three-Year-Old Amateur Walking class for Charles Hampton. Tim Sunny Sky and Jessica Davis were reserve for Randy and Debbie Nebel. Class 35A was the Saddlebred class. The crowd enjoyed a change in pace and gaits. Aaron’s Interrogator and Temeko White topped the class. White owns the entry. Reserve in the class went to Yorktown’s Premier Genius and Eugene Moore for Adair Stables.

Three entries entered the gate for the Youth Walking Specialty 12-17. Little Bitty Love Bug and Raymond Stephens made the winning ride for Juanita Stephens. Ebony’s Olympic Pride and Jessica Davis were reserve for Tom Sims. Only one entry in the Trail Pleasure Walking resulted in a blue for She’s A Shady Lady and Randy Nebel for Randy and Debbie Nebel.

In the Speed Racking class, only one entry answered the gate call. Cleveland Hearl and Flash Of Coin made quite a showing to claim the blue. Ole Blue Checkers and Jamin Harris topped the Show Pleasure Walking Stake for Virgil Harris. The team captured the preliminary blue.

Belle’s Summer Girl added to her resume´ the Pleasure Stake title. Sara Jane Parker was in the irons for Gene and Sara Jane Parker. Reserve in the five entry class was Gold Deals and Roger Iuines for Randy and Debbie Nebel. Five entries ventured through the gate for the Amateur Walking Specialty Stake. Symbol’s Protégé and Bert Head captured the blue. Head owns the champion. Santini’s Rave Review was second with Ricky Corbello directing for White Rock Stables.

The Lite Shod Specialty Stake held two entries. Gold Deals and Debbie Nebel made ride to the winner’s circle. Jose’s Red Storm was second with Randy Nebel in the irons. Randy and Debbie Nebel own both of the entries.

Three entries vied for the Amateur Racking Stake title. One happy Patsy Odom and Ultra’s Bold Gold made the winning ride. Odom owns the champion. I Love You Truly and Dee Brownell, owner/exhibitor, were reserve. Freedom Of Arms returned to the Park Pleasure Stake to claim the tricolor with Landon Head for Bert Head. Premium Unleaded and Jamin Harris were reserve for Virgil Harris.

In the Racking Stake, CC’s Mr. John and Johnny Brown were the only entry, and therefore took the blue for Tanya Maynard. In the URHORA United Racking Stake, WWW.Com landed the championship title with Allen Nelson in the irons. Nelson owns the champion. Raging Storm captured reserve with Marcus Jones.

Roger Iuins and Another City Slicker were the only entry in the Walking Stake. The team took the victory for owner, Jessica Davis.

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