BOWLING GREEN, Kent. - A recipe for success might be to take an amazingly beautiful, state of the art training facility, nestle it in the lush bluegrass of central Kentucky, spring in close knit families and friends dedicated to the care, training and showing of Tennessee Walking Horses to own and operate and with a lot of luck you might come up with Highland Stables. Not only is Highland Stables a success in its own right, it is fast becoming the site of some of the nicest one night shows thanks to the hard work of the Mosley and Becknel team.

The Fall Charity Show was certainly no exception, held on Saturday, September 28. More than 200 entries made the gate call as Shelbyville, Tennessee’s Mike McCormick marked the cards for the 31 class event. Proceeds from the show will go to the Greenwood FFA and the South Central Kentucky Walking Horse Scholarship Fund.

Although fall was in the air, those in attendance were treated to an Easter Parade in the form of a powerful, black stallion directed by trainer, Joel Woosley. Woosley and Pusher’s Easter Parader walked their way to the Stake Class roses for the “Friends in Low Places” group of Bowling Green. Superior Generator Threat and Tommy Loid rode to the red ribbon for L.E. Walton, Woodburn, Kentucky.