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KWHA Juvenile Horse Show



LANCASTER, Ky. - The Central Kentucky Saddle Club Grounds in Lancaster, Ky. , was the site of the 2004 KWHA Juvenile Auxiliary Show. Carol Rose of Murfreesboro, Tenn., judged the 36 classes. Dan Grigson of Stanford, Ky., was the announcer. Lexington, Ky.'s Shannon Perkins kept the music flowing, and Dana Doyle of Cynthiana, Ky., took some great shots from center ring as the show photographer. Mike Goode was show farrier and Amy Griffin was the show manager. The hard working Juvenile Auxiliary officers are Dalia Smith, president; Michael Dick, vice president; Jessica Smoot, secretary; and Laura Beth Comley, treasurer.

In the first class of the show, Allison Becknell and Generator’s Patches claimed the Juvenile 11 and under division for Stephanie Oaks. Call Me Hytone and Rose Herchenroeder made a good ride to reserve. Trent’s finale carried Brian Barnes to the Plantation Pleasure title for Roger and Betty Perkins. Next, Kim Butler and her fancy Stormin’ Thru Dixie stormed through the KWHA Ladies Auxiliary Specialty division for dad Kermit Tyree. The Open Specialty class found Barcelona and John Comley picking up the blue for B.H. Hodge. Carol Baker directed A Sundrops Cover to the large Amateur Country Pleasure Class title for Buster and Shelia Collins. The Two-Year-Old Open Class saw Sunfires Pusher Boy and Terry Sims riding to the blue for the Smith Family. Ernie Taylor took Gens Champion Sunshine to the Performance Pleasure Three-Year-Old and Under Open Specialty winner’s circle for Kay Sizemore. Terry Logan Lunsford directed his talented It Happened At The Ritz to claim the Amateur Four -Year-Old title.

Next, it was the Open Yearlings and walking to the forefront was The Lady Doctor and Ella Kline for Kline Farms. LouAnn Hatter and Bum’s Night Mare nabbed the blue in the Novice Amateur competition for Bruce Hoffman. Smoot and Patterns Gen made a good ride to wear the floral horseshoe in the Plantation Pleasure 17 and Class. Alie Napier and I'm The Intimidator added another blue to their list as they claimed the 15.2 and Under Amateur Specialty title for the Tim Napier family. A Sundrops Cover Girl and Eileen Fitzsimmons rode out with 17 and Under Juvenile Country Pleasure win for Buster and Sheila Collins. It's JFK Country and Gary Oliver walked hard to gather the Three-Year-Old title for Paul and Diane Dehier. Kaitlyn Beaty made her family and friends proud as she directed Elegance Pride to the 17 and Under Juvenile show Pleasure roses for Double Springs Farm.

 Kris Hockensmith and Red Satin Doll left the ring with the KWHA Ladies Auxiliary Plantation Pleasure blue for Terry and Anne Sams. Nick Reed took his first blue of the evening aboard Generating Heat in the Amateur class for Mr. and Mrs. James Reed.

Next, the prescription worked as Jamie Lee Derickson directed Perscription For Blues to the KSOA Yearling Halter win. Dalia Smith and Times Two wore the roses for Alma Hacker in the Juvenile Canter class. Kenny Smith and Dollar Bill claimed the Owner-Amateur Trained Specialty blue for Alma Hacker. Warwick and Sherry Ward made the nice ride to the Ladies Amateur Canter title for dad Joe Dietz. Classic Games and Brandye Mills rode Classic Games to the Ksoa Two-year-Old winner’s circle for the John Cox family. The Pam Floyd- owned Mark’s Remarkable and veteran showman Walt Bruner made the winning ride in the Performance Pleasure competition. Mister Blockbuster and JoAnne Zeller made a good ride as they picked up the Amateur Three-Year-Old blue for Bishop, Winstead and Zeller. Nick Reed returned to the ring aboard Third Generaton to pick up his second blue of the evening in the Juvenile 17 and Under division. The Open Plantation Pleasure Canter blue went to Mike Anasis aboard Generator’s Mr. Frank for Carl and Carol Duncan. Pushers Purple Power carried Donald Stamper to the Four-Year-Old Open title for Marvin Yeager. This time it was Mandy Napier in the winner's circle aboard Gen All The Way as they claimed the Walking Pony blue for the Tim Napier family. The Amateur Pleasure Lite-Shod blue went to Jack Thompson and Master General for Kay Sizemore. Dirty Little Games and Brandi Todd took the blue in the Open Amateur class. Charger’s Back In Black and John Cox made the good ride to claim the KSOA Open Specialty blue.

Next, Kenny Smith and Watch Maker walked to the Amateur Two- Year-Old laurels. The Guessing Game and Brandye Mills rode away with the KSOA Three-Year-Old title for the Luther Fuller family. The exciting He’s A Blue Chip and Chris Burton topped a large class of talents to wear the Amateur Show Pleasure roses for Burton Masonery. Roy D. Mercer hit the ring walking and left the ring walking as he and John Comley made a super show to wear the roses in the Walking Stake Class. Complete results are at www.walkinghorsereport.com.

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