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And the WHTA Winners Are...



WHTA Horse of the Year awards

WEANLING:

1st: Look Who's Taking Command, owned by Hoyte Eakes

2nd: Jazz Attraction, owned by Curt Washburn

YEARLING:

1st: I'm Shania Twain, owned by Roger Richards

2nd: Don't Touch Me I'm Armed, owned by Nelms & Washburn

TWO YEAR OLD:

1st: PGA, owned by Lanier & Bratcher

2nd: Gold Poison, owned by Graham Holt

THREE YEAR OLD:

1st: The Stanley Cup, owned by Dr. & Mrs. R. Rigual

2nd: Jose's Intimidator, owned by Randall & Martha Ferguson

FOUR YEAR OLD:

1st: NYPD, owned by the Rick Compton Family

2nd: Ted Williams, owned by Jim & Kay Green

15.2 & UNDER:

 1st: Private Charter, owned by R. Bud Moore

2nd: Johnny Walker Red, owned by Gary & John Legate

SHOW PLEASURE:

1st: Coin Maker, owned by Moore & Littell

2nd: Music In The Sky, owned by John Eldridge

PLANTATION PLEASURE:

1st: Lit Ups Double Time, owned by Randall & Gloria Dixon

2nd: Armed Red Baron, owned by Joe Dixon

PLANTATION PARK SPECIALTY:

1st: Armed Red Baron, owned by Joe Dixon

2nd: Metro Grand, owned by Wayne Hall

LITE SHOD PLANTATION:

1st: Double Java, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

2nd: Pushers Beaming Pride, owned by Jim & Debbie Nichols

LITE SHOD PLANTATION SPECIALTY:

1st: Pusher's Beaming Pride, owned by Jim & Debbie Nichols

2nd: Double Java, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

JUVENILE 11 & UNDER:

1st: Sunrise Que Sera Sera, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Glen Crutchfield

2nd: Collectors Mindy, owned by Amy Ann McCormick

JUVENILE HORSE:

1st: Pushers Special Design, owned by Bob Ramsbottom

2nd: New York, New York, owned by Mann, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Eagle

LADIES HORSE:

1st: Miracle at the Ritz, owned by Waterfall Farms

2nd: Gen's Fire N Ice, owned by Stonegait Farms

2nd: Silverado Spirit, owned by David & Erin Graf

TWO YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Jose Dot Com, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

2nd: Shock Jock, owned by Michael & Becky Coleman

THREE YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Jazzed Up, owned by Bramlett & Wilson

2nd: JFK's Monopoly, owned by William & Sandra Johnson

FOUR YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Secretive, owned by the Keith Baker Family

2nd: Texas Salsa, owned by Wink & Nancy Groover

AMATEUR SPECIALTY:

1st: A Specialist, owned by Stonegait Farm

2nd: John F.K.'s Pusher, owned  by Bruce & Robin MacDonald

15.2 & UNDER AMATEUR:

1st: Gossip, owned by Bea Whitehead

2nd: The Phantom Menace, owned by Deerwood Manor

2nd: Gen's Color Me In, owned by the G. R. Trimble Family

AMATEUR HORSE:

1st: Generators Champion, owned by HySteppin Farms

2nd: Golden Sovereign, owned by the Dan McSwain Family

WALKING PONY:

1st: Silver Design, owned by Ronnie & Jennifer Woodward

2nd: Sky Walk, owned by Stanfill Stables

FINE HARNESS:

1st: Hal's Six Shooter, owned by Floyd & Coleman

2nd: General Custer, owned by Stephen Bourne

BEST ONE NIGHT SHOW:

1st: Woodbury Lions Club, Woodbury, TN.

2nd: Red Carpet Show of the South, Pulaski, TN.

BEST MULTI NIGHT SHOW:

1st: International Grand Championship, Murfreesboro, TN.

2nd: Gulf Coast Charity, Gulf Port, MS.

AGED HORSE:

1st: The Black Night Shade, owned by Tom & Judy Waite

2nd: Main Power, owned by Holland, King & Kilgore

TRAINERS SHOW CHAMPION: The Black Night Shade, owned by Tom & Judy Waite

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