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GO! Gelding Winners



Lewisburg, Tenn. - At its Annual Awards Banquet, held December 2, 2011, the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) recognized the latest group of GO! Gelding Opportunity Program winners. In total, TWHBEA awarded $3960 to the top GO! Gelding performers. The GO! Program is open to all registered TWHBEA geldings, regardless of age. The program is broken down by age into four disciplines, performance, pleasure, versatility, and recreational trail. Winners of the GO! Gelding Awards are those horses with the most points in their discipline at year’s end. The GO! Super Gelding Awards are awarded to the flat-shod and performance geldings who accumulate the most points overall during the year in their division.

The 2011 GO! Gelding Opportunity Program winners include:

Performance

Junior Geldings
1. Ritz Diamond In The Ruff – James Corlew
2. Highway Alert – Betty Corlew
3. Walk Hard – Tess Suiter
4. King Of Voltage – Kevin McNatt
5. Jazzpur – Laurie Herchenroader
6. The Commander Brooks – Judy McDonald

Senior Geldings
1. Vegas Ritz – Julia Livingston
2. Liar Liar & Gary & Shea Sproles
3. Gettin Out On Parole – Gail Walling
4. You’re The Man – Caitlin Winburn
5. Roll The Gold – Allison Thorson
6. Santana Renaissance Man – Allison Thorson
7. Busting Special – Taylor Walters
7.   Admission Is A Dollar – Dr. Pam Hendrickson
8. Busted At Bonnaroo – Linda & Dickie Scrivner
9. Jose Today – Nicole Martin
10. Bold Vengeance – Judy McDonald

Versatility

Senior Geldings
1. Rebelation-Ms. Linda Starnes
2. The Masked Phantom – Catherine Starnes
3. Enchanter’s MG – Jo Boucher
4. Pride’s Trigger Finger – Janet Knight
5. Genius Moonlight Stardust – Katie Wallrabenstein
6. Go Boy’s Regis – Chris Pepmeyer
7. Jesse’s Wildfire – Virginia Brummitt
8. Hard Ritz – Logan Teeter
9. Heza Grey Ghost – Allison Thorson
10. Abes Midnight Rusher – Marie Lloyd

Pleasure

Junior Geldings
1. Dierks Bentley – Margo Urad
2. Mr Paparazzi – Bo Teague
3. Battery Power – Hunter Wilhelm
4. Good Til The Last Drop – Dawn Payne
5. Smooth Talker – Greg & Rachel Allen
6. Armed Counselor – Laurie Herchenroeder
7. The Great Sensation – Jessica Hlebak
8. El Tecate – Allison Thorson
9. Phantom’s Overture – Thom Meek
10. My Final Decision – Mandie McFay

Senior Geldings
1. Enchanter’s MG – Jo Boucher
2. Rebelation-Ms. Linda Starnes
3. Prides Striding Generator – Ms. Emma Krock
4. Jazz Show – Josh Monahan
5. Generator’s Classic Fable – Julie Lovin
6. An Officer and A Gentleman – Emma Krock
7. Pride’s Trigger Finger – Janet Knight
8.  The Cash Line – Amanda Minner
9. Sleipnir – Allison Thorson
10. A Wicked Bond – Greg & Krysta Allen

Recreational Trail

Senior Geldings
1. Cotton Stock’s Starliner – Laura Plumley
2. A Storm Chaser – Beth Burns
3. TJ’s Secret Threat – Johnathon Burns
4. Bo’s Danny Boy – Gene Wood
5. Coin’s Liquid Gold – Angela Huffman
6. Dangerous One – Angela Huffman

Flatshod Super Gelding
• Enchanter’s MG – Jo Boucher

Performance Super Gelding
• Vegas Ritz – Julia Livingston

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