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The Revelation and Cotten Disclose Nolensville Stake Class Victory



NOLENSVILLE, Tenn. - The 3rd annual Nolensville Lions Club Horse Show was held on Saturday, June 29 at 6:00p.m. Carrying our national colors was Jeff Givens aboard Pushing Blues, owned by Guylene Ozlanski. Mike Sims, Chattanooga, Tennessee, judged the 27 class event. John Hood served as Master of Ceremonies. Brian Perry tickled the ivories to keep the crowd entertained. Photographer for the night was Gary Leverette.

The Revelation and Joe Cotten topped the five entry class of Aged Walking Horses for proud owners Mr. and Mrs. William Harlin. Command's In Demand and Clint Bryant made the reserve ride, while Chilled and Hulon Humphrey rode to the yellow banner for Dr. and Mrs. William Gaw.

The evening began with the Local Pleasure class with six entries. Forrest Gump and B.J. Richards topped the class for Rhonda Martocci. Double Pistol and Brett Thompson rode to second for Joe and Emily Siceinsky. The Open Weanling division was up next. Dangerous Diva and Lynn Womack walked their way to the title. Womack owns the entry. Rebound and Bobby Richards walked to reserve for Ron Rushing.

Pusher's Motion Lady and Angela Schweppe made the victory pass in the Ladies Amateur Specialty division for Pollack's Silver Spur Ranch. Sunrise Raider Gal and Pam Robinson rose to reserve for Dwayne and Pam Robinson. Seven teams vied for the Two-Year-Old Mares and Geldings Open blue. Generator's Main Lady and Rollie Beard made the stroll down victory lane for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gleghorn. Pusher's Lady Of The Year and Joe Cotten rode to the red for Troy Richards.

Grand Liza Jane and Keith Reed made a grand performance to claim the Yearling Fillies Open title for the Shifman family. Pushin' The Money and Dale Bradford pushed their way to reserve for Dale and Jenny Bradford. With only one entry in the Juvenile 11 and Under on Mares and Geldings division, little Treeah Majors gave 100% to claim the blue for Teera Walker. Erica Derickson and Poison Ivy took control of the Two-Year-Old Amateur Mares and Geldings blue for Dr. and Mrs. John Brundige.

Olympic Titan and Bobby Richards captured the Yearling Colts title for Rhonda Martocci. Major Surgeon General and Chris Richards were reserve for Dr. Roger Richards. Eleven teams vied for the Lite Shod Plantation Pleasure Open Specialty title. Sundrop Country and Jeff Givens dropped into the winner's circle for Dr. Harry and Mary Woodall. The Grand Calamity and Chris Messick claimed the red for Lindy Holt.

Lust With Power and Jerrold Pedigo powered their way to the top of the Two-Year-Old Amateur Stallion competition for Raymond Pedigo. A Dangerous Flashback and Jamie Villers were reserve for Jim Redd and Associates. Miami Heat turned up the heat in the Juvenile 12-17 Specialty division with Erica Derickson in the irons for Dr. and Mrs. John Brundige. Santini's Nobleman and Thomas Beard were reserve for Beard and Green.

Olympic Countdown and Brad Kirby captured the blue in the Two-Year-Old Stallion division for Locust Hill Farm. Storm From The Sky and Joe Martin stormed into reserve for Barbara Smith. Mr. Mission Impossible and Hulon Humphrey were quite capable of capturing the Park Pleasure Specialty Open blue for Dr. and Mrs. William Gaw. Generator's Raindancer and Jeff Givens rolled into reserve for Mr. and Mrs. Ken Petty.

Delight Of Ritz and Rollie Beard were the delight of owner Sue Irby's eye, when they captured the Three-Year-Old Mares and Geldings Open blue. Olympic Medalist and Clint Bryant were reserve for Stacy Smith. Spring's Starmaker and Joyce Marie Green added yet another Auxiliary Members blue to their resume' for Samantha and Corey Green. Solar Generated and Jill Derickson rode to the red ribbon for Dr. and Mrs. John Brundige.

Elegant Time and Gail Walling made an elegant show to the Three-Year-Old Amateur Mares and Geldings blue for Judy McDonald. A Bright Star and Beverly Wood, owner/exhibitor, shined to reserve. Sara Womack topped the Junior Riders Park Pleasure Specialty class with Paris Rain for Shell Creek Farms.

Sky King and Joe Martin were crowned 15.2 and Under Open champions for Gus King. Jubilee's Thunder and Dale Rowland were reserve for Samara Farms. Excellence and Justin Harney were just that for the Three-Year-Old Amateur Stallions blue for John Harney. Flash The Score and John Cater, owner/exhibitor, were reserve. Storm Threat Too and Kurt Kovalick stormed into the Show Pleasure Open Specialty blue ribbon circle for Pat Rigual. Sabatier and Susie Harmon were reserve. Harmon owns the entry.

Motion On The Quarterback and Clint Bryant, owner/rider, made the winning ride in the Three-Year-Old Open Stallion class. Radical Rain and Brett Boyd were reserve for Charles and Joy Gleghorn. Newton Parks sat aboard PJ's Commander In Chief to take the Amateur Specialty title for Jess Rogers. Coin's Cash Register and Jaclyn Harney cashed in on reserve for Carter and Harney. The Four-Year-Old Amateur blue was carried away by Slam's Grand Performance and Kathy Baker for Dr. Randall T. Baker. Skywarning and Larry Lowman were reserve for Harless and Lowman. Rounding out the Four-Year-Old Open was Rollie Beard and Pushy And Wanted in the winner's circle for Pam Green. JFK's Veto Power and Robby Black were reserve for Mary Ann Mitchell.

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