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Poisonamania and Hughes Claim Lake Laurel



 

 

by Renee Isaacs

 

CORBIN, Ky. - The Lake Laurel Horse Show was held in Corbin, Ky., at the Corbin Civic Center. Each year the show invites both walking and racking horses and this year over 185 entries made the gate call for both breeds.

Jason Hughes and Poisonamania won over the Walking Stake class with their talent to claim top honors for Kristy Smith of Mt. Sterling, Ky. The reserve award in the stake division was presented to Buddy Walters and Silver Dollar Donato for Bob Stannard of Rolling Acres Stables of Lebanon, Ky.

            Seven entries made the gate call for the Park Performance class. Junior Mills made a slamming performance to accept the blue ribbon title aboard Slam’s Black Gold. The reserve win was claimed by Kendall Hollen and The Lead Man. Up next was the Trail Pleasure Walking class. Julie George rode to the winner’s circle aboard Ebony’s Prize for Jennifer Hickey. The reserve award was presented to Renee Isaacs and Tripping Over Sunbeam for Bob Stannard and Rolling Acres Stables of Lebanon, Ky.

            Robert Kirkpatrick claimed the top prize in the Amateur Walking class with Stonecold Dollar for Brian and Lori Mayton of Corbin, Ky. Glendon Farmer and Doing Time With A Pusher rode to the red ribbon. A large number of entries made the gate call for the Amateur Show Pleasure class. Heather Caudill and Daybreak General Push claimed the blue ribbon title. Jamie Tucker and Heart And Soul Pushover claimed the reserve award for Jennifer Turner of Jacksonville, Fla.

            Isabella Wiley of Danville, Ky., made a good show on Swoosh to claim the blue in the Juvenile 17 and Under class. I’m All Man and Shay Roaden captured the reserve win for Forrester Joseph of Lost Creek, Ky. Up next to enter the ring was the Three and Four-Year-Old Amateur class. Renee Isaacs rode to the blue aboard Jose’s Victoria for Bob Stannard of Rolling Acres Stables of Lebanon, Ky. Cory Clarke rode to the reserve ribbon aboard Jazz Legacy for Joe Clarke of Campbellsville, Ky.

            Savannah McQuerry enjoyed her blue ribbon ride with Making Promises in the 11 and Under class for Carter and Parish of Indianapolis, Ind. The Three-Year-Old division was won by Jason Hughes and He’s Santa Anna Pride for Shannon Maccaferri of Brooks, Ky. Josh Patterson and Evil’s Yea Boy rode to the second place tie.

            Buddy Walters rode the winner’s circle atop Jose’s Murphy in the Two-Year-Old division for Bob Stannard and Rolling Acres Stables of Lebanon, Ky. Jeremy Lamb and Target’s Crooked Judge rode to the second place tie for Walt Bruner of Danville, Ky. Three entries made the gate call for the KWHA Ladies Auxiliary class. Brandi Raizor collected the top prize aboard Stargazer’s Lily for Bruner and Combs of Danville and Richmond, Ky. Margaret Coy of Richmond, Ky., made her debut on Keep’s Strike Gold and captured the reserve tie.

            Don Scalf of Berea, Ky., captured the Amateur Owned and Trained blue with Allie’s Hot Stuff. Jessica Martin rode to the second place tie aboard Delight Of Neon for Terry Martin of Greensburg, Ky.

            Complete results for the Lake Laurel Horse Show may be viewed at www.walkinghorsereport.com.

 

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