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Clark Clouse rode Mark Of Perfection to the Kentucky County Fair Five-Gaited Championship on the first night of the World's Championship Horse Show.


Malika Keglowitsch was part of a great afternoon for DeLovely Farm winning the 16-Year-Old Equitation Championship on Sunday of the World's Championship Horse Show.
Anna Marie Knipp drove Katharine The Great to the ASHA Four-Year-Old Fine Harness Sweepstakes under the direction of Bob Brison.

Georgia Blevins and Hopkins won the 50" & Under Road Pony World's Championship from Majestic Oaks.
Ashlee Wheaton and CH Extremely Fortunut won an Adult Country Pleasure World's Championship under the direction of Cater Stables
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Five-Gaited World's Grand Champion CH Annabel Allison was retired by Debbie Foley on Tuesday evening.
Maria Gilman and Don Judd put Matt Gilman in the winner's circle of section two of the Country Pleasure Driving qualifier with Our Perfect Day
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Susan Bartlett and Tempt Me were the Amateur Fine Harness World's Champion of Champions from Cedarwood Farm.


McGee Bosworth closed out the Friday evening session winning the Ladies Amateur Five-Gaited World's Champion of Champions honors with CH Moonlight Memories.






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Hollow Haven's Lolo Rodriques assisted Zach Meyers who won the World's Champion of Champions Junior Exhibitor Hackney Pleasure Driving Pony title with Heartland Accolade
Drew Taylor Hewitt rode Diane Sembler-Kamin's Groundhog to the Adult Country Pleasure Champion of Champions honors.

For the fourth time Wild Carrissima delivered the Fine Harness World's Grand Champion roses to Bret and Susi Day at their Grey Ridge Farm for owner Chip Pugh.

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