Skip to content

Wisconsin Summer Jamboree



by Jean Baum

ELKHORN, Wis. – Another successful show took place in the state of Wisconsin at the Walworth County Fairgrounds. Jennifer Bingham-Davis judged the successful show.

This event was a two-day show, June 27-28. As is often the case in pleasure shows, there were many multi-win horses and owners. Topping this list with a whopping 11 blue ribbons was Bob Dillon’s Ebony Threat, shown by Molly and Ann Sexton, and owned by Ann and Mike Dowling.

Second in line was Pride’s Dusty Carbon claiming 10 wins with Chelsey Hribar in the irons for mother Tracy Hribar. Three teams made it to first place with six blues each: Terre Huebner and Counselor’s Jewel; daughter Amanda Huebner with Whim Of A Madman; and Carl Dickson and his good horse Dillon Generated My Color.

Generator’s Fifth Alarm and Will Kowalski racked up five blues and Generator’s Walkie-Talkie and Jenny Kippley earned four victories. There were many other winners during the two-day show. Complete results may be seen by clicking here.

More Stories

  • **Updated Horse Show Schedule

    The Walking Horse Report will provide daily updates to the list of canceled and postponed horse shows... Read More
  • Incentives added to Fall Classic’s Debut Two-Year-Old class

    The Celebration Fall Classic had added incentives to the winner of the $1000 Debut Two-Year-Old Walking Horses class on the Saturday night show schedule. The new class is for any two-year-old that has not previously shown in 2020. Read More
  • Notice WHTA Members

    The 2020 WHTA Nominating Committee is composed of Brad Beard (Chairman), Jessica Hlebak and Russ Thompson. Anyone wishing his or her name be added as a candidate will need to notify the WHTA office or a member of the Nominating Committee no later than November 9, 2019 his or her intent to run for an officer or directorship... Read More
  • Updated venue for Saturday meeting

    The Walking Horse Trainers' Association's open meeting Saturday at 1:00PM has been moved to the main area of Calsonic Arena. The move is to allow for social distancing and the WHTA strongly encourages everyone to wear a mask at the meeting. Read More
  • Equine Obituary – Gen's Lady Topaz

    Gen’s Lady Topaz was humanely laid to rest on October 24th, 2020, just one week shy of her 27th birthday. She was one of only a handful of direct Pride’s Generator mares left. Gen's Lady Topaz was the matriarch of Rushing Creek Walker’s breeding program for many years and the ambassador to any visitors. Read More
  • Walking For The Angels revises class schedule

    The Walking For The Angels Horse Show, scheduled for Saturday, November 14, has added several classes to their original schedule... Read More
  • FAST Showcase revises class schedule

    The FAST Showcase, scheduled for Friday, November 13, has added three classes to their original schedule... Read More
  • WHTA to host open meeting October 31st

    The Walking Horse Trainers’ Association will host an open meeting on Saturday October 31st at 1:00PM at the Hall of Fame in Calsonic Arena. The meeting will be to present details on the proposed legislative amendments and have questions from industry participants answered.  Read More
  • Obituary – John Peels

    Mr. John Luther Peels, age 84, of Shelbyville, passed away Sunday, October 25, 2020, at his home under the loving care and comfort of his family and Willow Brook Hospice... Read More
  • Online entry system available for Celebration Fall Classic

    The Celebration has opened its online entry system for the Celebration Fall Classic, scheduled for November 5-7, in Calsonic Arena. The system will be available for entry from October 26–October 30... Read More