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Pusher’s Midnight Pride Crowned Champion at Best Ever Jamestown Rotary Club Show

JAMESTOWN, Tenn. - The 42nd Annual Fentress County Horse Show was held in Jamestown, Tennessee on Saturday, July 20, 2002 with a total of 293 entries. This record number of entries was viewed by a large crowd at the Fentress County Fairgrounds.

This event was sponsored by the Jamestown Rotary Club. The conclusion to a great show enjoyed by many was the six horse Grand Championship. Pusher’s Midnight Pride and Jerry Derryberry were the judge’s choice to make the victory pass for Jessie Sneed. Reserve went to the team of Walkin In A Hurricane and Scott Beaty for the Fred Allred Family while the third place was awarded to Bill Bilbrey aboard Dark Rage for Horse To Go, Inc. of Dallas, Texas.

The event was opened with the stick horse class, which filled the ring as 25 children participated. Each received a ribbon for their efforts.

The Pleasure Ponies class was won by Persuaded’s Rowdy and Chelsie Hinch. Reserve in the 11 entry class was received by Kelsi Sotis aboard Ebby’s Super Image for Sue Robnett.

The Lead Line is another popular event and this class had 23 entries that answered the gate call. Wearing out the blue ribbon was Dynamite, ridden by Keeley Smith for Zack and Keeley Smith. Second was awarded to Here Comes Wilbur, ridden and owned by Avena Jones.

The Fentress County Pleasure class was won by Talk On The Street and Donna Roddy. Reserve in the 27 entry class, was the team of Buck Jones and Vickie Jones.

Generator’s Daily Double and Emily Criswell were the judge’s choice in the Juvenile Walking Horse class for Larry Criswell. Morgan Beatty was in the irons of Eb’s Special to win the red streamer for the Bill Ball Family.

Victorious in the Two-Year-Old Mare Class was Amberina and Marshall Tinch for Barbara Tetreault. Carrying the red ribbon from the ring was Scott Beaty aboard Jazzman’s Sweet Spirit for Nathan Groce of Albany, Kentucky.

Ten entries strolled around the ring in the Yearling class, glistening and spit-shined. First place went to Lost & Found, led by Joe Campbell for Eddie Cook. Doc Otis and Ella Kline were the reserve team for C.L. Kline.

Twenty-one entries vied for the blue in the Pleasure Specialty class. The victors were Royal Mountain’s Image and Ruth Tudor for Randy Olson of Minark, ND. I’m Persuaded, with Jason Myers in the saddle, claimed the reserve spot for Susan Simmons.

Heart Attack’s Pride and Jeff Cox topped the Four-Year-Old Amateur Specialty class for Jeff and Paula Cox. Second was awarded to I’m Hot Stuff and Tex Dillingham.

Ten entries rode hard in the Two-Year-Old Amateur class for the blue. In his debut performance in the amateur division, Gen’s Half A Dollar carried Ryan King to the blue for owner Joe Frizzell and trainer Dickie Scrivner. The reserve went to Power Lane and Chris Whittenburg for Whittenburg & Whittenburg and trainer Scott Beaty.

The Plantation Pleasure class was next with Pride’s Lucky Generation and William Beam being crowned champions for Joyce Bean. Claiming reserve were Society Cut and Randall Phillips for Rellen Phillips.

In the Juvenile 17 and Under, Big Al and Janie Strock were victorious. The second place went to Rebel’s Gold Threat and Hayley Wisehart owned by Bob York Family.

The Plantation Pleasure Specialty was won by Mark Of A Bum, ridden by Haylay Wisehart for Bob York. Second was received by Dynamic Generator and Deana Keith for Donny Brewster.

Major Dollar claimed the blue in the Two-Year-Old Stallion and Gelding division. Major Dollar was ridden by Terry Cravens for the Willie Delk Family. Claiming reserve were Swept Away and Dickie Scrivner for the Thomas Holton Family.

Ten entries answered the gate in the Two and Three-Year-Old Plantation Pleasure. The winning team were Armed Miss Ebony and Dennie Givens for Fred Randolph while the reserve ribbon was awarded to Annie Score and Dickie Scrivner for Curtis Williamson.

The Three-Year-Old champions were He’s Puttin On The Cash and Scott Beaty for the Fred Allred Family. Hey Baby and Brandon Taylor earned reserve for Harold Taylor.

Design of 2000 and Jack McCorrick were crowed Spotted Saddle Horse Champions. The red streamer was awarded to Contender’s Tin Man and Bryan Simmons for Roger Simmons.

Shawna Yates and MoJo made their debut performance a blue ribbon one in the Ladies Amateur Specialty for Harold Taylor from Tan View Stables. Mo Than Magic and Melissa York claimed reserve for Buckman and York.

The Country Pleasure class was packed as 23 entries answered the gate call. At the conclusion, it was Hard Feelins and Nichole Phillips that made the victory pass for Rellon Phillips. Eb’s Natural Tradition and Carmen Smith were the reserve team for Vestle Jaquess.

The Amateur Specialty class had twelve nice entries. The team of Eb’s Nite Storm and Ryan King were selected as the champions for Dave King. Pride’s Ultra Winder and Dean Neely were reserve for Dean and Debbie Neely.

Three-Year-Old Amateur teams were next with thirteen entering the ring. The victorious team was To The Max and Sandra Robinson for the Donald Robinson Family. Reserve were Stormin Through Dixie and Kim Butler for John Ying of Grandview, Mo.

Pusher’s Rodeo Queen and Dickie Scrivner claimed the 15.2 and Under title for Linda Scrivner while Pusher’s Cash and Mike Janeway for C.L. Kline were reserve.

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