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Bobby Isham, Chris Brannon, Merrill and Bonnie Murray, Jennifer Piciano and friend Eric after Saturday night at Lexington.


Evan and Mary Orr and the High Caliber Stables team had a great week on The Red Mile.


Shannon Ella, Trey Watson, and Maureen Lydon Campbell after Mr. Lucky Man's AHHS Road Pony Medallion win at Lexington.


Anita Simpson and Smith Lilly exit the ring after Mother Mary's Amateur Fine Harness qualifier win at Lexington.


Whitney Bennett and Matt Shiflet joined Andrea Athanasuleas after her Amateur 3-Gaited Championship with Juliette's Deja Blue.


Lillian Shively joined Faye Wuesthofen and Taylor Newton after their one-two finish in the Senior Equitation Championship.


A Dream In Color and Kate Codeanne closed out the night with their Ladies Five-Gaited Championship on The Red Mile.


Jean and Abby Mutrux had a banner day, winning the USEF Adult Medal Finals and the 13 and Under Pleasure Equitation Championship.


Lucy Schofield, Lionel Ferreira, Georgia Bulmer and Dr. Scott Bennett with Marc Of Charm after his 3-Year-Old 5-Gaited win.


CH Riva Diva and Donna Finch topped the competition in the Adult Country Pleasure Championship at Lexington.


Landmark Farm had a landmark night on The Red Mile, winning three classes and picking up a reserve and a third on Wednesday.


Megan Bush Barrett, Kelsey Olson and Kim Cowart after Olson's Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited Pleasure win with Mojo on The Red Mile.


Mary Gaylord McClean, and Rob and Sarah Byers closed out Tuesday night with back to back wins for Golden Creek Farms.


Karrie Graham and A Cinderella Story won the Show Pleasure Driving qualifier on The Red Mile under the direction of Jim Lowry.


Bill Carrington, Chris Brannon, Bonnie and Merrill Murray and Marsha Shepard celebrate after Murray directed Courageous Lord to the unanimous Five-Gaited Gelding win on The Red Mile.

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