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Pictorial Coverage from Louisville

Dr. Catherine Gallo and Toreador swept the Western division at Louisville under the direction of Tim Arcuri.

Glenn T. Werry, Anna Marie Knipp and Dr. Alan Raun with Junior Fine Harness World's Champion of Champions It's Dan The Man.

Jacqueline Manzo and CH His Supreme Reflection repeated as Amateur Park World's Champions under the direction of Tom Sworm.

Nancy Anderson with Lynda and Andy Freseth after her seventh Country Pleasure Driving Championship with Callaway's Pretty Penny.

Merrill Murray and Courageous Lord made the final pass of the 106th World's Championship Horse Show to a standing ovation.

Camille Cowart and CH Justa Rascal were crowned the first ever Junior Exhibitor Park World's Champions by a unanimous decision.

Bret Day directed Linda Fischer and Bono to a unanimous Amateur Ladies Five-Gaited World's Championship.

Peggy Councilman and CH Tax Man were the unanimous winner of the Three-Gaited Show Pleasure World's Championship.

Bob Brison and Soquili's Georgia Kracker topped the Junior Three-Gaited Championship for B & T Vonderschmitt LLC.

Callaway's Annabel Allison and Debbie Foley made a fantastic last pass in the Ladies Five-Gaited Mare class.

Deborah Visser continued her stellar week with an Amateur Park Mare win aboard Samantha Jones.

Sallie Mason and Catherine Wheeler presented Kirstie Buerkley with a special treat wreath for Dun-Haven Grandiose's retirement.

Three generations: Jerry, Lesley, Todd and Macey Miles celebrated a successful day in Freedom Hall.

Priscilla Marconi with Fay and Jim Lowry and Elisabeth Goth after her Amateur Ladies Fine Harness win with Lace's Last Tango.

Barbara Woods had a great day with Don Judd and Maria Gilman, including two wins, one with CH Sweet Virginia.

Melinda Moore and Marcy Lafferty King shared in two Sunday night County Fair Championships, Three-Gaited and Fine Harness.

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