by Renee Isaacs

NORTH MIDDLETOWN, Ky. – The North Middletown Charity Horse Show was held on Saturday, May 9, 2009, at the city fairgrounds. The show is a favorite to many and hosts rocky mountain and walking horse classes. Holly Liddell Sanders judged the 33-class event.

Sweet Revenge Stables led the blue ribbon tally with six victories. Hankins Stables were second with four blues. Mike Oney won the Walking Championship class with Reckless Youth, who is owned by Kim Back of Mt. Sterling, Ky. Steve Swinford captured the reserve tie in the stake class aboard The Nite Pusher, who is owned by Jesse and Gladys Burton of Augusta, Ky.

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