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On The Run And In Control Of Cornersville Title



by Stephanie Rose

CORNERSVILLE, Tenn. - The 63rd annual Cornersville Lions Club Horse Show was held on July 10, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. at the horse show grounds in downtown Cornersville. Brett Boyd of Fayetteville, Tenn., marked the cards for the 31 classes of the evening.
 
Winning in Cornersville was a family thing for four of the exhibitors. Dr. Jim Baum came out with top honors in the Amateur 50 & Over Specialty class with High Jacked and then in the very next class, his wife, Lisa Baum, went to the winner’s circle in the Amateur Three-Year-Old Mares & Geldings class with Black Jack Woman. Both of their mounts are out of the same mare. Another family winning team was Gail Walling with Bea C Powder in the Amateur Two-Year-Old Mare & Gelding class and her daughter, Heather Beard, with Bold Vengeance walking away with the Amateur Ladies Specialty blue.

A fine group of stake contenders made their way to the gate for the finale of the night. Two-time World Grand Champion Gen On The Run came out with top honors for Ty Hart. Knox Blackburn and Command Again were reserve for What A Blessing Farm. A Formula One and David Landrum were third and Good Bye Joe and John Allan Callaway rounded out the top four.

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