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For The Record

At the Walking Horse Association of Alabama’s annual awards banquet the Two and Three-Year-Old Plantation Pleasure High Point Horse of the Year Premier’s Pretty Woman tied for first and General Trend, owned by Kemp and Brown was reserve. In the Open Park Pleasure division, Threat’s Black Bum tied for first, with I’ve Been Skyjacked second for owner Joel Johnson. Claiming the reserve spot in the Juvenile Specialty 17 and Under was Royal Amber owned by Kemp and Crocker. Market’s Black Shadow topped the Amateur Specialty Lady Riders and Evening To Remember was reserve with Janet Coley. Open Amateur Specialty honors went to Stormy Command with Star Candidate and Richard Lambert reserve. In the Stake class the “Stock’s Sweet Lady” perpetual award was also presented to Generator’s Mountain.

Market’s Black Shadow, Walking Horse Association of Alabama’s Ladies Amateur Specialty High Point winner, Equalizer’s Roxy Rose the Alabama Regional Futurity’s Top Graduate for 2002 and Generator’s Mountain WHAA 15.2 and Under High Point winner are all owned by Woodie and Carolyn Spinks, and Roxy Reeves of Gardendale, AL. The champions are trained by Greg Pate Stables in Boaz, AL.

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