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The Courageous Lord teams, both old and new, celebrated a third consecutive Five-Gaited World's Grand Championship.


Break On Through and Laura Michelle Dozer-Elliott topped a great Amateur Ladies Five-Gaited World's Championship.


Bobby, Kaitlyn, Ashley and Susan Creekmore celebrated Ashley's 13-and-Under Road Pony World's Championship with Cappuccino.


Terri and Steve Chancellor joined their Senior Equitation World's Champion daughter Hunter afte rher win with Chanti's Prayer.


Dun-Haven Phenomenal earned the Harness Pony Stallion/Gelding world title for the fourth time.


Debra Clark and Jon Walker celebrated Iamnotacow's Amateur Ladies Roadster to Bike win.


Sandy, Smith, and Alexandra Lilly after Swing An' Singin' brought the house down in the Three-Gaited 15.2 & Under Stake.


Grant and Matthew Shiflet went one-two in the Yearling Breeders Open with Tango's Private Matter and Heartbreak Warfare. Both horses are by Tangos Parting Kiss.


Joan Hamilton and Larry Hodge after Kalarama's Ultimate Choice's win in the spectacular Five-Gaited Stallion Stake.


Rob Byers, Theresa Vonderschmitt, and new owners Kim and Peter Cowart after Callaway's Born To Ride's 5-Gaited County Fair win.


Kevin Tomasko directed Christie Milbury and Future Perfect to the Adult Show Pleasure Section One win.

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