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Fun Is The Key Word - 212 Entries



 

SHELBYVILLE, TENN- The 37th Annual Spring Fun Show had a large crowd, great weather and a wonderful group of horses. The sixteen large classes attracted 212 entries, averaging over thirteen horses per class. Judges Huck Moss, Brian Martin and Mike Carpenter had their work cut out for them. Click here for show results and stay tuned for complete show coverage.


My First Dollar and George Ann Pratt claimed the Owner Amateur Riders On 15.2 & Under class.


Jamie Bradshaw and Lined With Faith claimed the Two-Year-Old Mares and Geldings class.


Jazz Princess and Jeff Bryant won the crowds approval in the Owner Amateur Three-Year-Old Mares and Geldings class.



Bill Bobo and Jose's All Pro carried out the blue in the Four-Year-Old Stallions class.



Everyone came out to congratulate Spud Warr and The Lineman after the Owner Amateur Riders on Two-Year-Old Stallions class.


Heidi McWilliams was all smiles after her win aboard The Lady Has Connections in the Owner Amateur Park Pleasure class.


In the last class of the evening I'm Stan The Man and Ben Brogdon claimed the victory in the Owner Amateur Four-Year-Old Mares and Geldings.

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