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Cookeville Hosts Largest Versatility Show of Year

by Linda Fox

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee Tech’s Hyder-Burks Pavilion in Cookeville, Tenn., was the site of the largest WHOA Versatility Show of the 2009 season. Held on Sunday, June 14, a total of 235 entries performed in 39 different classes for honors and points toward championships. Troy York of Gainesboro, Tenn., evaluated the huge classes of competitors at the event. The WHOA Versatility Program would like to thank the following sponsors for making 2009 such an incredible year: 

Anderson Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Jana Anderson
Christiana, TN

Wright & Keen Families
Manchester, TN

Walker Pond Farm
Diane McMurtrey
Winter Garden, FL

Double Springs Farm
Kathy Owen 
Murfreesboro, TN

Vic Gernt Family
Cookeville, TN

Steve Mills Family
Brentwood, TN
Gobblers Knob Farm
Chip Carrier Family
Franklin, KY

Darby Oaks Stables
Wayne Conkle & Tracy Pinson
Bushnell, FL

Martha Child
Nashville, TN

Click here for complete show results.


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