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Equine Obituary – I'm Dialed In




On July 6, 2021, World Champion I’m Dialed In, a 10-year-old stallion owned and loved by the Steve Glidewell family of Corinth Mississippi, was humanely euthanized at Mississippi State University after suffering from a perforated intestine. 

Sired by The Titleist and out of Jackie O’ All Over, I’m Dialed In was foaled April 25, 2011 to Ray Beech of Belfast, Tennessee. In 2013, Charles Stivers of Manchester, Kentucky purchased the sorrel stallion. The duo made their debut at the Owingsville Lions Club, winning the Amateur Two-Year-Old class, under the direction of J&H Stables.

I’m Dialed In proved to be a strong competitor across the Middle Tennessee and Kentucky show circuit for many years with Charles Stivers and Ryan Blackburn sharing saddle time. At the 2016 Tennessee Walking Horse Celebration, Charles Stivers directed him to the Elite Owner-Amateur Gentleman Riders on Stallions World Championship.

In February of 2019, the Steve Glidewell family acquired the beautiful sorrel stallion. Under the direction of Ross Campbell, I’m Dialed In and Michelle Glidewell made their debut at the Magnolia Classic, winning the Amateur Specialty class. The pair went on to capture wins at Roger Latham Memorial and Baileyton Fall Classic later that season.

In 2020, the decision was made to partner I’m Dialed In with trainer Robert Stivers of Corinth, Mississippi. The duo found great success in the show ring, capturing wins at the Arab Summer Classic, Red Carpet Show of the South, Magnolia Classic and the Stallions World Championship at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. 

This year, I’m Dialed In and Robert Stivers enjoyed an undefeated season in Open Specialty competition, with wins at Alabama Ladies Auxiliary, Spring Fun Show and most recently, Christmas In July. I’m Dialed In was a great ambassador for the breed and will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him, especially the Glidewell and Stivers families. 

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