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Jubilee's Bossman Adds To Stake Wins



DOBSON, N.C. - The 2nd Annual Surry County Foothills Classic Horse Show was held Oct. 21, 2000, at Fisher River Park in Dobson, N.C. Mother Nature provided a gorgeous fall day for the event, which started at 1:00.

The proceeds for the 27-class show go to benefit the Children’s Center of Surry County. Show Chairman Gary Lindsey was pleased with the turnout, as there were other shows scheduled for the same date on the show circuit. There were 69 entries in the 18 walking horse classes. The show was affiliated with NCWHA and the KWHA HIO. The judge of the show was Mike Conley. The announcer was Willis Bodenhamer and Ricky Arrington was the ringmaster. Making her debut as an organist for a horse show was Madeline Griggs. She did a great job and was applauded for her efforts.

The Walking Horse Stake had five worthy competitors. Merry Mosley and Jubilee’s Bossman were the declared winners in a repeat win from last year. Danny Kistler, riding for Terry Butler, was the reserve champion with Jubilee’s Houdini. Mosley Stables had five other wins to their credit. Owner-rider Gary Pope won the Two-Year-Old Amateur on Quick Silver. Owners, Tommy and Shirley Boger carried home two wins. Terri Mosley won for the Bogers on Wicked Shadow Lady C.K. in the Three-Year-Old Open. Shirley had the winning ride aboard Delight’s Liver Dan in the NCWHLA Members Only class. Ronda Hull, for Poteat and Hull, won the NCWHA Members Only with A View From The Top. Terri Mosley won the Open Walking Specialty on Flashy’s Loose Cannon for the Griggs family.

Gribble Stables had four wins for the afternoon. The first came with Blair Gribble in the Two-Year-Old Open on Bustin Into The Millennium for Boyce Hathcock. Owner, Boyce Hathcock also had wins in the Show Pleasure Specialty with Blair in the irons on consistent winner Whispering Pride. Cole Baker took the blue in the Four-Year-Old Amateur class on I’m Pushin. Owner-rider Amanda Honeycutt won the Youth Plantation Pleasure with Pusher’s Question Mark.

Lominac prepared two blue ribbon rides. Owner-rider Sheila Garner won the Amateur Specialty on Dark Spirit’s Beam. No stranger to the winner’s circle, Hoochie Koochie earned top honors in the Amateur Open class with Jonathan Yates up.

Kistler Stables also had two wins. Danny Kistler, riding My My for Lora Fortenberry, won the Plantation Pleasure Specialty. Fortenberry won the Plantation Pleasure Lite Shod Specialty with her horse, Bold’s Money.

Other winners were Rhetta Anderson on Walking Advice under the direction of Keith Bryant in the Three-Year-Old Amateur; Justin Potter for Robey Wycoff in the Trail Pleasure aboard Touch & Go; Derek Monahan on Thumper Time in the Youth 17 and Under; Jewell Abee on Delightful Silhouette in the Youth 11 and Under; and Jack Davis on The Invincible in the Amateur Owned and Trained.

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