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Generating Numbers In Cullman

by Ashlea Wheelon

CULLMAN, Ala. - On March 29, 2008, the Cullman Red Cross had their second annual horse show. Voted last year as the best one night horse show by the Walking Horse Association of Alabama, another successful show is under their belt. Over 200 made the gate call in front of Judge Jennifer Davis of Shelbyville, Tenn.

Generator’s Champion and Joel Weaver were the Walking Stake Champion under the Rising Star Ranch banner. Another anticipated class was the debut performance of Arms’s Deal For Real and Debbie Eichler. Recently purchased for the Pollack family, this team was worth the trip as the netted the Amateur Three-Year-Old class. ”What a ride; I had a blast. I want to thank Frank [Eichler], Joel and all the staff and everyone who supported us that night,” said Eichler.

Many barns won multiple blues including Charlie Green Stables, Derickson Training Facility, Joe Fleming Stables, Latham Stables, Rising Star Ranch, Tim Smith Stables and Webb Stables. Complete can be viewed by clicking here.

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