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.