Skip to content

Jazz Country And Smith Rode Out With Roses At Cookeville



 
by Stephanie Rose

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. - Many Tennesseans went to their first show of the season on Saturday, April 4, 2009, at the 36th annual Upper Cumberland Walking Horse Show. It was held at the Hyder-Burks Pavilion in Cookeville, Tenn., right by Tennessee Tech University. It was sponsored by the Cookeville Evening Lions Club and assisted by the Upper Cumberland Walking Horse Association. The association hosted a silent auction for horse related items and other things during the show.

The show began at 5 p.m. and had 29 classes, including two Riders’ Cup classes. Judy Martin of Shelbyville, Tenn., marked the cards for the evening and Victor Gernt of Cookeville, Tenn., was master of ceremonies. Many trainers came from Middle Tennessee, Kentucky and the surrounding areas to show.

Five entries made it into the ring for the Walking Horse Stake Championship. Jazz Country and Tim Smith made a fantastic show and came out with the blue for G.L. and Beverly McNeill. Jazz N Ebony and Josh Walls were reserve for Beal and Greer. Mayday Jazz and Scott Beaty were third and I’ll Be Good and Webby Burch rounded out the top four.

Complete results can by viewed by clicking here.



 

More Stories

  • Meet the Celebration Judges

    The challenging task of selecting judges for the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is one of the toughest jobs the Celebration Board faces each year. It’s a duty that’s taken seriously and done with great deliberation... Read More
  • Latest Issue 8 19 19

    Read More
  • Celebration prayer meeting scheduled

    This year marks the third annual Celebration for Christ get together! One week from today starts the first evening performance of “the greatest show on earth”. Come join together on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 6:00 pm at the Champions Arena bleachers... Read More
  • Celebration Reels now available on ReporTV

    Get ready for this year's Celebration by enjoying the final three nights of the 2018 Celebration with Celebration Reels now available on ReporTV! Brought to you by The Walking Horse Report and Dean Johnson Video.  Read More
  • WHTA Board and General Membership Meeting coming up!

    The WHTA Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, August 20, at 4:30 pm. The General Membership meeting will follow at 6:00 pm. Lobbyist, Jeff Speaks, will attend and discuss all legal issues. All interested parties are invited to attend.  Read More
  • HSUS files lawsuit aiming to reinstate rule tabled by Trump

    The Humane Society of the United States filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday, Aug. 14 against the United States Department of Agriculture in what the HSUS called an attempt to reinstate a final rule that was set aside by the Trump administration back in 2017 that would have banned action devices, pads and eliminated the Horse Industry Organization structure.  Read More
  • Equine Obituary – WGC Repeats Color Me In

    Raised by Kasey Kesselring, "Whitey" was a once in a lifetime mare that took many children to the Winners Circle safely, including Kailin Kesselring's first set of roses at the Spotted Championships. From a broodmare, to lesson horse at Montverde Academy in Florida, to a safe show ring mount for any level rider... Read More
  • Walking Horse Report’s daily papers and office hours

    The Celebration is the busiest time of year for Walking Horse Report. We strive to provide the best possible coverage of the industry’s world championship horse show. We will continue to post live results and judges’ cards. Read More
  • Obituary – Carl Johnson

    Mr. Carl M. Johnson, age 89, a resident of Columbia, passed away Saturday, August 10, 2019 at NHC-Maury Regional Transitional Care Center. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Heritage Funeral Home with Pastor Steve Swango officiating. Read More
  • Neck ribbons to be presented to all winners

    In something new to the Celebration this year, beautiful neck ribbons will be presented to winners of each preliminary in 2019. In addition to these, each winner will also receive a bridle blue ribbon. The 81st annual Celebration kicks off Aug. 21 and goes through the end of the month.   Read More