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The Forty-Niner was Number 1 at Lawrenceburg



The 8th Annual Lawrenceburg Lions Club Horse Show crowned The Forty-Niner and Bobby Hugh as their Grand Champions last night. Visit ReporTV to view all the exciting highlights and results from last night's performances. Please note, classes 8,9,15,20,22 and 25 had no entries. Also, technical difficulties were experienced with class 24, we hope to have it resolved soon.


Tune in tonight for ReporTV, we will be LIVE from Crossville, Tenn., for the Cumberland County Open Walking Horse Show!

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