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286 Entries Attend Madison County Show

by Renee Isaacs

RICHMOND, Ky. - The Madison County is well-known for always having a lot of entries and a successful show. The 46-class event was judged by Dee Dee Miller Sale, one of the three judges slated for the Celebration equitation panel. Walking horse owners, exhibitors and trainers came from all over Kentucky to support the event to make the 286 entries.

The Walking Stake class was won by Travis Wiley and Fudpucker of Danville, Ky. The reserve went to Donald Stamper and Bustin For Cash. The largest class of the evening was Country Pleasure with 27 entries. Diane Wilson of Winchester was the winner with Strike Three.

Brother and sister Logan and Claire Hankins competed in the Juvenile Country Pleasure division. Claire was awarded the first place tie with She’s Fired Up and Logan captured the reserve tie with Hallelujah In The Sky.

Show management was pleased with the results of the show and ask that everyone leave your calendar open next summer for the show. Complete show results may be viewed by clicking here.

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