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SHELBYVILLE, TENN. Friday night’s performance was off to a late start due to a board meeting called by the WHTA to discuss issues with the USDA Out of 142 entries 2 unilateral, 9 scar rule, and 3 technical violations were written. “With all the current pressure the trainers are under I don’t think it could have turned out better. “Stated David Finger, Acting DQP Director.
    Stay tuned for an exciting evening including the Juvenile Championship, Three-Year-Old Classic, Amateur Championship and the crowning of the National Trainers’ Show Champion. “The horses that showed looked good, hope to see more tonight. Looking forward to a great Saturday night horse show.” said Show Chairman, Benny Johnson. 





Lindsay Hess was met by family and friends following her 12-17 Juvenile win with WC She's Push In Command.



Nathan Mills and Black Satin Lined took home the blue in the Weanling division. They are greeted by Hoyte Eakes,James Carr and Alex Rae Mills. 



Patti Pollack and Gen's Major Coin netted the Amateur Park Pleasure Championship. Joel Weaver, Michael Chandler and Brad Davis joined the team.



Linda and Bob Ramsbottom, Jayden Jackson, Link and Lane Webb, Irelyn Weaver and Rhea Ellen Webb congratulate Kathryn Ramsbottom and Jose Dulce after the Amateur Two-Year Old Mare and Gelding class.



Latitha Oran was greeted by Melton Oran after her win with Sensational Premier in the Amateur Ladies Specialty class.



All of the Ironworks Tin Man fan club came out to greet Stave Jones after his win in the Amateur Show Pleasure Specialty win.


Joe Cotten and Oops I'm Splashed were met by a happy crowd after the Open Two-Year-Old Stallion class.



Irelyn and Kristy Weaver, Brad Davis, Michael Chandler and Debbie Eichler joined Joel Weaver after his winning ride aboard Stone Age in the Four-Year-Old Mare and Gelding class.

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