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Candids of the Week

Matt Shiflet made the last victory pass on Monday at The Red Mile winning the Open Five-Gaited Gelding class aboard Roselane’s Angelo for Phyllis and Don Brookshire.

Monnington Farm celebrated winning Tuesday night’s Five-Gaited Mare Stake (Cloverleaf Fleur De Lis) and Amateur Park class (Cloverleaf Freedom Writer). Lionel Ferreira and Alli Percoco were the winning riders.

Ridden by Mary McClean, Mr. Center Stage was one of four Golden Creek winners on Tuesday night at the Red Mile.

Gabe Deknatel rode Many Pearls to the blue prize in the Amateur Five-Gaited Mare Stake for Carl Fischer.

Chris Reiser and  Don O’Neil won Lexington’s highly competitive Three-Gaited 15.2 & Under Stake for World Calm LLC. Between the over 2 and under 2 stakes this has been the deepest and most competitive open 3-gaited division in some time at the Red Mile.

With trainer Clark Clouse, D.T. Hewitt rode Ft Chiswell’s Prince Charming to win Lexington’s 35 & Under Three-Gaited Show Pleasure blue.

Winner of many memorable Lexington Junior League titles, Don Harris was rail side visiting friends and sharing stories of those past greats.

?It was a one two punch for Judd Stables in the 13-and-Under Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship.  Emily Candelaria and Mina Mueller were first and second under the direction of Don Judd and Maria Gilman. 

Tammy DeVore greeted Blake Crim in center ring after they topped a deep Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Park Championship at Lexington Junior League

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