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Merrill Murray and Team Courageous Lord celebrated back-to-back Five-Gaited World's Grand Championship.


Andy Freseth guided Nancy Anderson and CH Callaway's Pretty Penny to their final Louisville victory pass on Saturday morning.


Three cherries lined up, as Grace Arnold and the Cherrys hit the jackpot, winning three classes on Friday night.


Karrie Graham with Dwaine Kinderknecht and the Lowry Stables team after her Pl. Driving Championship with CH A Cinderella Story.


Brittany McGinnis rode Soli Deo Glori to the Senior Equitation World's Championship under the direction of DeLovely.


David Jampsa led We Must Be Nuts to the ASR Kentucky Amateur Weanling Futurity win for S & J Partnership.


Bill Carrington, Merrill Murray, Marsha Shepard and the rest of the Courageous Lord team celebrated their Gelding Stake win.


Holli Hayes, with Sandra and Darrel Kolkman, drove two Heartland-bred ponies to World's Championships on Wednesday.


George Schmid and Debbie Foley celebrated Callaway's Annabel Allison's win in one of the best 5-Gaited Mare Stakes ever seen.


Tara Grom and Todd Miles celebrated With Style And Grace's Amateur Three-Gaited 15.2-and-Under win on Tuesday night.


Ally Ehle rode CH Titleist Right Tonight to the Five-Gaited Pleasure (Section 1) blue, joined in victory by Mike Richardson.


Nancy and Redd Crabtree, Tony Weldon, Rick Berry, and Casey Crabtree after Callaway's Bluesman's unanimous Stallion Stake win.


Catherine Wheeler won twice on Monday with Desert Supreme Kid and Amelia Heir Cat in Jr. Ex 5-Gaited Pleasure and 3-Gaited Pony.


Toni Nastali went two for two on Sunday night with her Majestic Oaks trained ponies, The Wizard LF and Heartland Rough & Ready.

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