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Rowdy Revved Up The Park



 

COLUMBIA, TENN-After a rainy evening the Walking In The Park Horse Show had a great night with 28 classes. If 250 entries was not enough proof then watching Bill Harlin jump up and down from center ring as Bill Bobo and Rowdy Rev took their first victory pass of the season confirmed it. Click here for a complete list of results.


Rowdy Rev and Bill Bobo were greeted after winning the Walking Stake class.


Knox Blackburn met the WGC team of Silverado Spirit and Erin Graf after the Amateur Ladies Specialty class win.


Addy and Slayden Harris enjoyed the sun before the rainstorm.



The gang came out to join Jacob Baum and OMG after the WHOA Youth Challenge class.






Chad Williams and Bayou Bay after the 15.2 & Under victory.


Andy Adkins and Down Town Pusher are met by friends and family after the Youth 12-17 class. 


Robert Thomas, Kiley Garnes and Brad Davis congratulate the new team of Margaret Thomas and Irish Mardi Gras after the Amateur Two-Year-Old win. 


Harold Shumate, Harolene Willis, Rodney Rick and Susan Coleman greet Rae Shumate Tyson and Jose Vengeance after the 11 & Under win.

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