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Owingsville Walking Stake Class Has No Entries



by Renee Isaacs

OWINGSVILLE, Ky. – The Owingsville Lions Club Horse Show held their annual event, ending on the Fourth of July in Owingsville, Ky. The four-day show consisted of pleasure and walking horses and American Saddlebreds. The walking horse judge was Ronald Mosley of North Carolina.

The entries were light this year due to the USDA being present, but the show still went on. It was the first time in the history of this show that a walking stake champion wasn’t named as there were no entries in the division.

The largest class of the show was the lead line class with 39 entries with riders from all over the state. Corey Clarke made his first show at Owingsville and made the blue ribbon ride aboard Starstruck Dollar in the Four-Year-Old Amateur class.

Many people were disappointed about the ending of the show, but plan to move on the next one.

Complete show results may be viewed by clicking here.

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