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Mayday Jazz Wins Cornersville

by Linda Scrivner

CORNERSVILLE, Tenn.- The 62nd annual Cornersville Lions Club Horse Show was held Friday, July 11, 2008, at the horse show grounds. Show Manager Bobby McDaniel put on an excellent show again this year. Judy Martin was the judge for the 31 classes on the agenda for the evening.

The seven-entry Ferguson Farms Riders’ Cup Championship Stake was the finale of the evening. Mayday Jazz and John Allan Callaway won the title and the trophy for C & C Stables. The Santana Pushover and Justin Harris were reserve for Wilson Blaylock. Flashy Sky and Chad Williams were third for Don and Lucky Collins. Busting With Terror and Bill Bobo rounded out the top four for Dowell and Smith.

Debbie Eichler, owner of Rising Star Ranch, had a wonderful evening, winning three blues. She won with Jazz After Hours, Arms Deal For Real and Let’s Rumble. Other top quality horses from many stables were shown. Allan Callaway Stables, Derickson Training Facility and Joe Fleming Stables each took a trio of blues home. Joe Weaver of Rising Star Ranch, Bobo Farm, Bruce Hankins Stables, Nelms Training Facility, Sam McLaughlin of The Stables at Alpha Place and Chad Williams Stables won dual blues. Jeff Byrom, Carol Worsham, Nathan Mills, Wayne Westbrook, Chris Zahnd of Swingin Gate Stables, Link Webb Stables, Riverbend Stables, Knox Blackburn Stables and Ernest Upton of Joe Martin Stables won the remaining blues. 

Complete results may be seen by clicking here.

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