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Pistol and Hatcher Net Fourth Stake Win



MANCHESTER, TENN. The 52nd Annual Manchester Lions Club Horse Show missed the rain and had a great evening. I’m Packin A Pistol and Jeff Hatcher claimed their fourth walking stake victory of the season. Over 200 entries made the gate call and Dick Myers of Shelbyville, Tenn., judged the 25 classes. Click Here for a complete list of show results.



Jeff Hatcher and I'm Packin A Pistol following their Walking Stake Victory.They are met by Morna Conway



Pushin Jose and Lacy Neal are greeted by family and friends after the Youth 12-17 class.



Feel the Touch and Jerry Williams Open Show Pleasure champions never leave without their fan club.




Here Comes Tootsie and Barbara Corbett are joined by Lynn Hickok and Debbie Eichler after the Amateur Three-Year-Old win.




The gang came out to greet Mike Inman and All In after their win in the Four-Year-Old class.



Scott Beaty and Sanatone claimed the victory in the Open Four-Year-Old class.



A very happy fan club joined Bill Bobo and Cadillac By Ritz after the Three-Year-Old Stallion class.

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