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Kim and Peter Cowart, Megan McClure, and Beth Arndt, the team behind Five-Gaited World's Grand Champion CH Breaking News.

Brookhill's Periday and Jim Cherry took the Park World's Championship home to California, as pals Ricky Harris and Bill Tomin looked on.

Sarah Sessoms gave Memorize a hug after winning the Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited 14-17 World's Championship.

Pedro Martinez was joined by Abby Jones, Key Everhart Waller and Anne Stafford after winning his first World's Champion title. He drove Bungalow Eight to the Two-Year-Old Fine Harness S/G Sec. II title Friday afternoon.

Ellen Medley Wright captured the coveted World's Champion of Champions Senior Saddle Seat Equitation title at the start of Thursday evening's session.

Kenny Wheeler swept all three Amateur In-Hand Futurities with Showsteeler, Walterway's Watch Me, and Diamonds & Orchids.

Cheryl Innis was joined by Ricky Harris and Rodney and Janet Hicks after catch-driving Truly Naughty By Nature to the Amateur Ladies Harness Pony World's Champion title for Kathy Comeau.

CH His Supreme Reflection and Jacqueline Manzo bested a field of 23 to win the Amateur Park Stallion/Gelding World's Championship.

Breeder Tom Lee, caretaker Victor Castillo, and Robert Gardiner with VHF Belle Epoque after her Three-Gaited 15.2 and Under win.

CH Stonewall's Stargate & Stefanie Sanchez topped the second section of the Adult Five-Gaited Show Pleasure under the direction of Kim and Peter Cowart.

Mark Turner, Mandy Martin and Lillian Shively celebrated after Martin bested a field of 20 in a workout winning the World's Champion Jr. 5-Gaited S/G with The Daily Lottery.

Mary and Jeff McClean celebrated their two Sunday night County Fair Championships with Cherished King and Mastercraft's Promoter LF.

New owners, Joe and Patrice O'Brien and Trey Watson, celebrate Mr. Lucky Man's Amateur Road Pony 50" & Under Sect. II World's Championship with trainers, Maureen Lydon and Rich Campbell, and former owners Ann and Gene Gallmeier.

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