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Derek Wooderson guides Bret Day and Fine Harness World's Grand Champion Wild Carrissima out of the ring.


Rob and Sarah Byers held the roses and tri-color from Bravo Blue's 5-Gaited World's Grand Championship for Theresa Vondserchmitt.


The Autumn Hills team joined Laura Elliott after her Amateur Ladies 5-Gaited World's Championship with Break On Through.


Trainer Jessie Richardson and 9-10 Walk-and-Trot Equitation World's Champion of Champions Cara DeForge celebrated their win.


Hunter Chancellor with Terri and Steve Chancellor and Ashley Wilson after her Senior Equitation World's Championship.


Sue Worzalla and Once And For All captured the ASR Kentucky Amateur Weanling Futurity.


Phyllis and Don Brookshire and Matt Shiflet were thrilled with Hi On Heir's Three-Gaited Over 15.2 Stake win.


Bob Phillips with Amateur Ladies Hackney Pony World's Champions Heartland Fortune Maker and Faydelle Schott.


Todd Miles and Tara Grom celebrated a three-peat as Amateur Three-Gaited 15.2-and-Under World's Champion for CH With Style And Grace.


Sheri Brandl and Sarah McClintock with 13-&-Under Country Pleasure Sec. II winners Prime Time Player and Zac Cutting.


Majestic Oaks swept the top five places in the 50"-and-Under Amateur Road Pony World's Championship.


HS Decorum and Lionel Ferreira won Louisville's first ever ASR Four-Year-Old Three-Gaiteid Sweepstakes.

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