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Green Takes Shelbyville Band Stake

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. — The third annual Shelbyville Central High School Band Booster Horse Show was held on Friday, May 11, 2007, at the Bedford County Agricultural Center. The judge for the 29 class event was John Puckett of Wartrace, Tenn. Despite the rain at the beginning of the show, there were 200 entries in all.

Freedom Fighter and Charlie Green are joined by family and friends following the stake class.

George Ann Pratt is joined by husband Don after her win aboard My First Dollar in the Amateur Ladies Specialty.

Becky Coleman directed Shock Jock to the blue in the 15.2 & Under Amateur Specialty class.

Robin MacDonald and Jose's Special Edition are greeted by their fan club after the Amateur Three-Year-Old class.

The Ninth Wonder and Beverly Lamp posed for a blue ribbon photo after the Yearling Colt class.

Ms Jose Walks is greeted by Carolyn Joseph, Kountie and Candy Green, Sister Milligan and John Allen following Charlie Green's win in the Three-Year-Old Mare and Gelding class. 

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