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Wired, Walking and Winning at Fayetteville

by Stephanie Rose

FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. - The 27th annual Fayetteville Blue Ribbon Horse Show was held on Thursday, July 31, 2008, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lincoln County Horseman’s Association show grounds. The show is sponsored by the Lincoln County 4-H Honor Club and was put on by Charles Gleghorn. Greg Pate of Boaz, Ala., judged the 30 classes of the evening.

Formac Stables led the blue ribbon tally for the night with five blues, followed by Baucom Stables and Clay Mills with four wins. Webby Burch Stables had three victories. Wayne Dean Stables and Robert Nelms both ended the night with dual blues.

The finale of the horse show was the Walking Horse Stake class. Winning his fourth blue in a row, Wired And Walking came out with top honors with Jimmy McConnell for the Jeff Bryant family of Henagar, Ala. Showboat’s Showgirl and Jeff Green were reserve for Nancy Clements of Batavia, Ohio. This mare has won four blues this season. Nolan Ryan and Jack Way wore the yellow streamer for Carrie Alice, and Jazz N Ebony and Josh Walls were fourth for Beal and Greer.

Complete results can be seen by clicking here.

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