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Milky Way Farms Challenge Races





Jerry Harris, Lynn Golden, owner of Milky Way Farms, Wayne Abee and Ed Lewis met to finalize plans for the first of three Milky Way Challenge Races to be held the first Sundays of April, May and June with more events to be planned for future dates. The first race will start at 1:00 p.m.
 
There is no entry fee to race but everyone will be charged admission of $5 for adults and $3 for children under 12. An additional $25.00 will get you a Center Ring Parking Pass. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for an old time day at the races. You can bring a picnic lunch or purchase food and drinks from Milky Way Farms vender.
 
There are five different Championship Races planned for Tennessee Walking Horses in all out running and pacing, ladies challenge, open any breed and mule. All entries must have current negative Coggins with them. Qualifying heats will start at 1:00 p.m. to determine the entries for the Championship. Prize money for first place is $100.00, second $50.00, and third $25.00.
 
We are looking forward to having a wonderful time at the Milky Way Farms and hope to see a big crowd.

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