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Twice As Hot At the Summer Classic



... Second in this class was Sprirt's Razzle Dazzle and Brock Tillman who is owned by Jaclyn and Tinsley Tillman.

The Park Pleasure Walking Specialty champion was The Rising Sun with owner Ray Solley up. Reserve in this class was Gen’s Darling Beam and Dennis Mostiller for David Martin.

Aged Walking Mare & Gelding champion was Barbie and Steve Dunn, this team is owned by Donna Buraham-Thompson. A show favorite was My Fair Play Lady ridden by Bobby Hugh for Jean Baum.

It’s Your Choice and Patty O'Brien claimed the Country Pleasure blue. Patty O'Brien was also the owner of this entry. Par 4 The Course and Kristy Kirkpatrick took the reserve ribbon for owners Bachert and Kirkpatrick.

TWHBEA Medallion class is always a show favorite. Generator's Dry Gin and Bo Baur captured this year's summer classic title. Beam's Eclipse and Kathryn Ramsbottom are no stranger to this class . This team was a strong reserve for Bob & Linda Ramsbottom.

Two-Year-Old Mare and Gelding Champion Showboat Silk and Joel Weaver claimed the blue for Ben Beard. Stolen Gin and Chris Zahnd took the reserve ribbon for owners Ray & Betty Warren.

The Juvenile 11 & Under Champions were Dark Storm Warning and Bo Beam captured the blue for owners Bo and Blake Beam. Gens Suits Me and Nicholas Haycroft. The entry is owned by Steve and Coral Mullins.

The Show Pleasure blue went to Miss Santiago and Jamie Bradshaw for Randall and Martha Ferguson. The Pusher Generation and Bobby Hugh were second in the class for owner Bill Thomas

The Lite-Shod Open class followed, naming Ashley Latham as the champion aboard The Evil Woman for Larry Latham. Coins Flip Side and Suzanne Keplinger claimed the reserve honors.

The Limited Performance class is new to this year's class sheet. Ready To Command and Joe Cannon were first in this division for Crawford Colts, LLC. Jakie Smith and Generator's Duramay were reserve in the class for the Ray Jones Trucking Company of Greenville, Ky.

The Two-Year-Old Stallion class is always an exciting class. This year's two-year-old class found Jose's Strider in the winner's circle with Bobby Hugh up for the 4-J Land and Cattle Co., located in Waynesville, Mo. Reserve in this class was Pride's Pusher Star with David Latham in the irons for owners Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Todd.

Dance At The Ritz and Lee Wall took over the Four-Year-Old Amateur Stallions & Geldings class. Angels In the D Sky and Christie Mitchell were reserve after victory at the Walking For Education show in Shelbyville. The entry is owned by Gene Brown.

The Amateur Specialty Champions were Generator's Cashin' In and Mike Inman. This entry is owned by Mike and Karen Inman. A Strong second in this class was Elvis Pusher with John Furline up.

OMG and Larry Latham were named winners in the 15.2 & Under Mares Stallions, and Geldings class for owners Larry and Roger Latham. Ultra's Copys Dark Shawdow and Steve Dunn were reserve for owners Paulette Cheek

The Walking Pony class was claimed by well known rider Clay Sanderson aboard Designed 2BA Playboy for proud owner Sherry King. My Major Heartache and Forrest Roberts were reserve in the class for owner Don Barnett.

Abel and Brenda Bramlett claimed the Two-Year-Old Mares, Geldings and Stallions title for owners Bramlett and Beavers.

Three-Year-Old Mares and Geldings Champion is well know to the winners circle it was Santana's Pusher Man with Jamie Bradshaw in the irons for Ferguson Farms. Express Frosty Girl and Ramsey Bullington were second in the class for the Robert Keenan Family.

Claiming their first blue as a team was the Ladies Amateur Specialty champion Rain At Midnight and Danna Shirley. Gen On The Rocks and Elizabeth Good came in as a strong reserve in the class of top competitors.

The Four-Year-Old Open Class' champion was Watch My Dust and Justin Harris for owners Evans and Cecilia Alison.

In the Three-Year-Old Amateur class Generator's Big Chance and Alecia Cooper claimed the top honors for Torrance and Cooper. Charlee Underwood's Directly In Command was reserve in the class.

The Flashlight and Kaitlyn Strickland were crowned champions in the 17 and Under Mares and Gelding for Strickland Farms. Finishing in as a strong reserve was the team of Motown Mischief and Jodi Powell.

Three-Year-Old Stallion Generated by Jose and Brant Thompson were crowned champions for owners H.E. Barker.The Eagle Scout and Brock Tillman were reserve in the class for owner David Pruett.

Last but not least was the Stake Class with Generator's Double Coin and Jamie Bradshaw claiming the top position for Ferguson Farms. Dark Rage and Brock Tillman were reserve in the class for owner Ruby Bilbery in this talented class.

This completes our coverage of the Alabama Summer Classic. Complete results to follow and may be viewed at www.walkinghorsereport.com

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