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Price Was A Sure Pushover At Cleveland



by Linda Scrivner

CLEVELAND, Tenn. – Trainers from all over Tennessee and surrounding states met at the Tri-State Exhibition Center to enjoy a hot fall night and good horses. The Al Miller Memorial Horse Show was held to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Bill Bobo of Shelbyville, Tenn., marked the cards for the 27-class event.

Larry Wheelon Stables led the blue ribbon tally with four blues followed by Bobby Hugh of Whiskey Hollow Farms and Hal Newman Stables with three blues a piece. Dual blues were won by Dickie Scrivner of Tan View Farm, Jerry Highsmith Stables and Jerry Beaty of Leech Stables. 

Closing out the show was the Walking Horse Stake. Several top entries answered the gate call for the class. The honors and the tricolor ribbon went to A Sure Pushover and Alan Price for Walter Langdon. Reserve went to Phil Snodgrass aboard Jewel’s Choice for Mike and Carla Spivey while third went to the team of Gen’s Drop Of Sun and Brenda Coburn for Fred Randolph. 

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