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Wiley and Fudpucker Top Franklin County



 

 

by Renee Isaacs

 

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Franklin County Fair and Horse Show brought in over 150 entries for their event on Saturday, July 21, 2007. It was a great evening for a horse show with good weather, plentiful spectators and good spirits.

            Ten excited lead line exhibitors were all blue ribbon winners in the Lead Line class aboard their favorite horses. Jamie Lee Wickoff and Jubilee’s Jackpot Delight walked their way to the blue in the Weanling Halter class for Marcy Gibson of Walton, Ky.

            Josh McClure won the Three and Under Plantation class with All Jacked Up for Mike Ellis of Harrodsburg, Ky. Five entries made the gate call for the 11 and Under class. Shelby Sims rode to the winner’s circle to pick up the blue with Smooth Skies. Trevor McQuerry claimed the reserve award with Dark Spirit’s Special.

            Up next, Leanne Rennar of Stanford, Ky., handled the blue in the Yearling division with Playing Dirty in a large class of 18. The reserve award went to Check Me I’m Blue and Heather Lawson for Eddie Ray Davis of Nicholasville, Ky.

            Brent Grider Stables of Columbia, Ky., claimed several blues during the event. These included Latin Lover with Brent Grider up in the Three-Year-Old Stallion and Gelding class, Rich Witch with Alexis Tooley up in the Juvenile 17 and Under class, A Fly On The Wall with Grider up in the Three-Year-Old Filly class, Line Dance with Charles Tooley up in the Two-Year-Old Stallion and Gelding class, Generatin The Blues with Charles Tooley up in the Lite-Shod Plantation Specialty class, Merging Into One with Charles Tooley up in the Park Performance class, Busting With Design with Grider up in the Open Specialty class and then Courtney Grider who claimed the reserve tie in the Amateur Show Pleasure class with Confederate.   

The Juvenile Walking Pony division was won by Paige Smith of Richmond, Ky., and Pusher’s Hot Item. Leah Dryden claimed the reserve award with Cash’s Big Red Pusher for Cliff Vice of Carlisle, Ky.

            Four entries made the gate call in the Two-Year-Old Filly and Gelding class. Buddy Walters rode to the winner’s circle aboard Santana’s Fancy for Rolling Acres and Bob Stannard of Lebanon, Ky. Michael Logue claimed the second place tie with Target’s Crooked Judge for Walt Bruner of Danville, Ky.

            Michelle Lamb of Dublin, Ohio claimed top honors in the Amateur Plantation Pleasure class aboard Ultra Edge. The second place award was claimed by Brian Stigers and Stuntman’s Gold Coin for Larry Stigers of Midway, Ky. Melanie Mader won her third blue for the night in the Amateur Three-Year-Old class aboard Royal Gold Power for Larry and Phyllis Coy of Lebanon Junction, Ky. Carrie Goode claimed the reserve award with Secret’s Pushin Bo for Pete and Margaret Long of Stanford, Ky.

            Shelby Wright rode to blue ribbon honors in the Juvenile Country Pleasure class aboard My Lucky Dollar in the 11-entry class. Rustin Wood rode to the reserve win with Little Man’s Magic for Oliver Stables of Lancaster, Ky.

            Mona Vice of Carlisle, Ky., and I’m The Intimidator captured blue ribbon honors in the Novice division under the direction of Charlie Sims of Nicholasville, Ky. The reserve ribbon went to Carrie Goode and Friday Night Spirit who were directed by Mike Ellis of Harrodsburg, Ky.

            The Amateur Park Performance was won by Becky Shelton and Shock Em’ All. The second place tie was captured by Jared Scott of Lawrenceburg, Ky., and Direct Affect.

            Nine entries made the gate call for the Ky. Horse Council Trail Pleasure class. Fear’s Barbarosa and Melanie Mader claimed the blue for Stonewall Investments of Cynthiana, Ky. Jared Scott rode to the reserve with Carbon’s Pride All Over for Jeff Scott of Lawrenceburg, Ky.

            Chase Logan and Generator’s Bright Star won the Juvenile Plantation Pleasure class. Payton Miller claimed the red ribbon aboard Vigors Challenger for Jared Scott of Lawrenceburg, Ky.

            Denise Calhoun rode to the winner’s circle in the KWHA Ladies Auxiliary class aboard Label’s Lucky Charm. Laura Comley captured the reserve with Socks On A Rooster for Jennifer Wiley Turner of Lancaster, Ky.

            One of the largest classes of the evening was the Amateur Country Pleasure class. Tammy Alexander captured the blue in the large class aboard My Lucky Dollar for Wright and May of Versailles and Richmond, Ky. Lindsay Oliver rode to the second place tie with Little Man’s Magic for Oliver Stables of Lancaster, Ky.

            Bobby Jacobs of Wilmore, Ky., was proud to win the Open Amateur Specialty class with Fantazmic under the direction of Mike Ellis of Harrodsburg, Ky. Brian Habig claimed the reserve tie with All Sport under the direction of McQuerry Stables

            Alexis Tooley claimed the blue in the Juvenile 17 and Under class with Rich Witch for Blaylock and Grider of Hanceville, Ala., and Columbia, Ky. Tyler VanGosen won the Four-Year-Old Plantation Pleasure class aboard Clutch Full Of Trouble for Paul Massie of Upton, Ky.

            The Four-Year-Old Open division was won by Tyler Oliver and X Marks The Spot for Diane Dehler of Cincinnati, Ohio. Jason Davis claimed the blue ribbon in the Amateur Owned and Trained class aboard Watch The Sunshine for Eddie Ray Davis of Nicholasville, Ky.

            The Three-Year-Old Park Performance title was claimed by Myron Ellis and Energizer’s Bunny for Mike Ellis of Harrodsburg, Ky. Next, Dan Grigson called the Amateur Show Pleasure class to the ring. Denise Calhoun claimed the blue aboard Pusher’s Time To Bust for Stratton Hometown Reality of Harrodsburg, Ky.

            Glends Kirkland rode to the reserve in the Lite-Shod Plantation Pleasure Specialty class aboard Dancer’s Pushin Allanis. Melanie Mader rode to the winner’s circle in the Four-Year-Old Amateur class aboard Dr. Michael J for Larry and Phyllis Coy of Lebanon Junction, Ky. Brandi Raizor captured the red ribbon with Mark’s Easy Ride for DPW Investments of Lexington, Ky.

            John Jackson claimed the reserve award in the Park Performance class aboard A Rare Sensation. Donald Stamper captured the reserve win in the Open Specialty class with Wasted Wages for Harvey Whittemore of Berea, Ky.

            Glenda Kirkland of Berea, Ky., captured the Plantation Pleasure Open championship title with Boomerang’s Threat.

            The final class of the evening was the Walking Stake class. Travis Wiley rode to blue ribbon honors aboard Fudpucker for Jennifer Wiley Turner of Lancaster, Ky. Buddy Walters rode to the reserve award aboard Pusher Blue Magic for Rolling Acres Stables and Bob Stannard of Lebanon, Ky.

            Results follow and may be viewed at www.walkinghorsereport.com.

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