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CH Harlem’s Town Scandal Retires

CH Harlem’s Town Scandal has been retired by her loving owners Kelly and David Mount of Louisville, Ky. CH Harlem’s Town Scandal (a.k.a Wild Woman) ended her successful career by being crowned Reserve World’s Champion in the Ladies Amateur Three-Gaited Over 15.2 class at Louisville.

Kelly Mount has shown her in the Amateur Three-Gaited division the past four seasons. During that time, they have won 14 times with 16 reserves and 13 top threes. Their biggest win came at Lexington this year when they won the Amateur Three-Gaited Grand Championship over a highly competitive field of 15 horses. Other major wins include Rock Creek, Shelbyville, Ky., Kentucky Fall Classic, J.D. Massey and Southeastern. Also, she has won several national awards including The National Horseman’s All American award, Saddle and Bridle’s Best of Breed award.

CH Harlem’s Town Scandal is by CH Harlem Town and out of Hide-a-way’s Wild Country mare. Adam Clauson of Cardinal Farms started as her as a four-year-old in 1998 and showed her the following year in the Park division before handing over the reins to Kelly Mount. “Wild Woman” will spend the next chapter of her life raising babies at Cardinal Farms. She already has a two-year-old on the grounds by Slam Dunk H.G. named Mind Of My Own.

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