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Derickson Wins 4-H Horse Show Roses



    SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Re-rescheduled from the fall The Bedford County 4-H Horse Show was well attended. Click Here for complete results from last nights show. Stay tuned for continued coverage of the Bedford 4-H show.



Tony Mercer, Maria, Erica and Jill Derickson greeted Herbert Derickson after his Waking Stake victory.


June Hawkins and Editorial Page made yet another blue ribbon ride in the Amateur Show Pleasure class. They are met by trainer, Rollie Beard.



Beth Lawwell and He Keeps On Giving were greeted by a large crowd following the WHTA Auxiliary, Members class.



Bill Callaway and Olivia Boyle joined Brenda Carlon after her Amateur Ladies Mare and Gelding win with An American Outlaw.


Brock Tillman and Kryptonite were joined by family and friends after the Aged Open Specialty class.


Olympic Maxigizer and Amber Williams brought their fan club to watch them win the Youth Walking Ponies.


Shorty, Meg and Ricky Young joined Bill Callaway and Absolute Proof after the Three-Year-Old Stallion and Geldings class.

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