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Travis Wiley and Fudpucker Claim Liberty Walking Stake Title



by Renee Isaacs

LIBERTY, Ky. - The Casey County Fair held their annual horse show on July 25 and 26, 2008, at the Casey County Fairgrounds in Liberty, Ky. The two-day event was split up with racking horses on Friday night and walking horses on Saturday night.

Joel Nipper of Alabama judged the racking horses and Ronnie Spears of Tullahoma, Tenn., judged the walking horse show.

The fair gave $100 to the person who drove the farthest to show and $100 to the trainer who brought the most horses. Dwight and Sue Dunn drove 174 miles to get to the show on Friday night and they were the winner’s of the farthest distance. Rick Gregory brought 18 horses to the show on Saturday and was the winner of most horses brought.

J & H Stables led the blue ribbon tally with four blues for the stables. Travis Wiley came in second with three blues and Brent Grider Stables claimed three blues as well.  Travis Wiley rode to the Walking Stake blue aboard Fudpucker for Robert and Gloria Wiley. This team has captured two walking stake blues this season.

Complete results  may be viewed by clicking here.



 

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