MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. - The annual Warren County Horsemans Association Horse Show was held on July 5, 2002 in McMinnville, Tennessee. The 32 class event was judged by Ronal Young, Shelbyville, Tenn. The third show of the Fourth of July week proved to be just as hot as the rest of the week’s events. Gary Brewington kept the show rolling from behind the microphone. Bryan Perry entertained on the organ and Sherry Oxford captured the horses on film.

The show ended its course with the Stake class. Three quality entries answered the gate call. Plotting their course to the McMinnville winner’s circle was Private Charter and Larry Edwards for R. Bud Moore. Private Charter was also the Stake Champion at Edison, Georgia. Special Alert and Joel Weaver made the good ride to reserve for Jon and Cathy Simpson. Irrational Exuberance and Billy Young rode to the yellow ribbon for Floyd Sherman.

The night began with the Weanling division. Beam’s Showstopper and Logan Goosetree walked their way to the blue ribbon circle for Peggy Kime. WTC and Michael Couey were reserve for Dirt Road Farms. Little Maisie McSwain was in the irons aboard the black mare, Gen’s Sundance Lady, to capture the Youth 11 and Under title for the Dan McSwain family. I’m Stagger Lee and Kaitlyn Beaty were reserve for Ned and Holly Waite.

Masquerading In Black and Buck Williams danced away with the Two-Year-Old Mares and Geldings blue for Walter Langdon. The Gentle Touch and Jerry Beaty captured the red for the Fred Allred family. Pearl Jam and Cindy Womack continued their domination in the Country Pleasure division, as they claimed a McMinnville blue. Obsessed With Silver and Kathy Owen made the reserve ride for Double Springs Farm.

The Yearling Fillies were up next. Scoring the Yearling Fillies title was Bobby Richards and Score’s Silver Rose for Ron and Debbie Raup. Grand Again and Bob Nelms were reserve for Lindy Holt. In the Show Pleasure Specialty division, John Allan Callaway directed the Charles and Florence Terry entry, Andrew Johnson, to the top honor. Pusharama and Patti Pollack were reserve for Pollack’s Silver Spur Ranch.

Beaming to the Park Pleasure Specialty blue was The Beaming Skywatch and Stuart Gibbs for Stuart and Pam Gibbs. The Buzz and Blake Cammack buzzed into reserve. Cammack owns the entry. Extra Ebony and Aaron Bertrand went the extra mile to claim the Youth 12-17 Specialty for the Bob Parks family. Collector’s Mr. Twister and Lindsey Cate blew in for the red ribbon for Nancy Cate.

Soaring into the Yearling Colt blue was The Sky Pilot and Bob Nelms for James Washburn. Lost & Found and Joe Campbell found their spot was the second place tie for Eddie Cook. Casino Pusher and Steve Hankins cashed in on the Two-Year-Old Stallions blue for Donald Longest. Watch My Dust and Dick Peebles collected the reserve for Evan and Cecelia Allison.

Laying down a winning performance in the Four-Year-Old Amateur Specialty class was Cash’s Blackjack and Beverly Wood for Harless and Wood. Commanding the red ribbon was Sheryl Crawford and Star Commander for Crawford Colts, LLC. Push To Generate and Mark West generated a blue ribbon performance in the Park Pleasure Two and Three-Year-Old division. West owns the entry. Si Si Senor and Becky Barnes, owner/rider, were the reserve tie.

Well, they say the proof is in the puddin’ ...and so it was for the Amateur Ladies Specialty winners, Figgy Puddin’ and Suzanne Littell for the Moore and Littell ownership. Pusher’s Black Jewel were reserve for Joseph and Shoemaker. Making the victory pass in the 15.2 and Under division was Generator’s Big Ticket and Stephen Hankins for Forrester Joseph. Spirit & Silver and Margaret Hickman cashed in on reserve for B and B Farms.

Fonzie and Julie Grider made their presence known in the Two-Year-Old Amateur class for Tommy Grider, as they claimed the blue. Irrational Excitement and Heidi McWilliams rode to the red banner for McWilliams Realty. Billy The Bandit and Luke Washburn captured the Juvenile Country Pleasure blue for Roger Mauney. B.J. Richards directed Money Talks to reserve honors for R.D. and Connie Waldo.

Shining through the Four-Year-Old Open competition was Olympic Black Star and Dick Peebles for the Doug and Tana Quire ownership. Cheatin’ Danger and Buddy Dick stole away with reserve for Judith Burgess. Ain’t nothin’ like a blue in the 15.2 and Under Amateur Specialty. And it was certainly no different for the victors of the class, Late Night Jazz and Lisa Baum. Baum and Late Night Jazz sang the sweet song of victory for the Jim and Lisa Baum family. A Man In Command and Steve Brannam were reserve. Brannam owns the entry.

Julio Julio and Link Webb captured the Three-Year-Old Stallion class for proud owners, Donnie and Charlotte Taylor. Push In Command and Steve Hankins were reserve for Rick Burgess. Gen’s Gold Investment and John Feltner cashed in on the Lite Shod Plantation Pleasure Specialty blue for James Fuller. Majestic Colors and Emily Lewis were reserve for Walnut Valley Farms.

Command’s Wild Card and Abby Fox took command of the Open Amateur division for the Quintin Fox family. Motown Legend and Charles Wharton made the reserve ride for Poplar Creek Farms. Link Webb and Swoosh blew by the competition to claim the Aged Mares and Geldings blue for Steve Mozeley. Noon’s Headliner and Justin Byrom were reserve for Susan Humphreys.

A Big Time Pusher and Sandra Johnson conducted a blue ribbon winning performance for the Bill and Sandra Johnson ownership to claim the Amateur Three-Year-Old blue. Special Ultra Copy and Bobby Mixon were reserve for Bobby and Linda Mixon. Royal’s Dark Bum and Justin Harney casted a cloud over the competition to claim the Walking Pony Specialty 17 and Under blue for John Harney. A Streak Of Flash and Britney Smith were an impressive reserve for S & B Farms.

Push Your Fortune and Blake Sims captured the Three-Year-Old Mares and Geldings crown for Mike Chiappari. The Sky Patrol and Kurt Kovalick made the ride to the red for Tony and Becky Hickson. Bill Johnson directed Mr. Pushbutton to the Amateur Specialty title for Bill and Sandra Johnson. Pusher’s Royal Flush and Michelle Stuckey were reserve for Edd Stuckey.