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Franklin County-One Not To Miss

by Ashlea Wheelon

WINCHESTER, Tenn. - On Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008, the Franklin County put on its annual horse show. Held at the indoor Southern Middle Tennessee Pavilion in Winchester, Tenn., this show was a success. Tracy Boyd of Shelbyville, Tenn., called the 34-class event that consisted exclusively of Tennessee Walking Horses. Miss The Boat and Jason Day were called to the winner’s circle when they were announced the Walking Stake Champions of Winchester. Maddie Jones owns the entry.

Stratton Weaver had a great night as she captured all the juvenile classes. Weaver and Adrenaline claimed the 11 & Under class for the Pollack Silver Spur Ranch and then came back and won the 12-17 class on A Private Benjamin for Wendy Moran. Elegance By Design also had her share of double blues as she won the Open Lite-Shod with Mark Lambert and then came right back to win the Amateur Lite-Shod with owner Nancy Lovato.

Multiple blues were won by several barns including Bobby Hugh Stables, Hal Newman Stables, JW Stables, Jason Day Stables, Joe Martin Stables, J T Leech Stables and Bobo Farms.

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