1962-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1962 December Voice | Page 26

December, 1962 24 Your Roving Reporter Continued from page 4 M c K enzie stables Peterstown, West Virginia WALKING HORSES FOR ALL AGES SUITABLE FOR AMATEURS READY TO SHOW VISITORS WELCOME J. M. and DAVID McKENZIE, Owners Phone PLS 3-4303 Walking Horse—more men, women and children will enjoy breeding, owning and showing, especially when encouraged by 6-8-10 ribbon classes [or adull amateurs and juvenile ex­ hibitors.” OTHER NOTES From the American Horse Shows Association, Inc., bulletin, note that Amateur cards are issued for life or until the card is surrendered by the individual due to any change in sta­ tus. In the January issue, will give the highlights and results of the horse shows scheduled in South Miami, Winter Haven, Gainesville and Largo, Florida. For the most part these are Amateur two day ribbon and trophy shows. All of them include Walking Horse classes. Registrations Dr. Ensminger Continued from page IS Continued from page 5 out of Plantation Lil, foaled April 14, 1958. Owner, Thomas E. Cherry, Nashville, Tenn. SETTING SUNS REPLICA, s, by Setting Sun out of Mar)' Hall R., foaled May 15, 1962. Owner, Bernard Corman, Nicholas- ville, Ky. SUN’S HI-DOCTOR, s. by Rising Sun CC out of Society’s Rose Allen, foaled June 14, 1962. Owner, Corby Gardner, Crossville, Ala. SUN’S MYSTERY GIRL, m, by Rising Sun C C out of Sheza, folded July 30, 1962. Owner, Corby Gardner, Crossville, Ala. GOLDEN CHANCE V. s, by Cream Chance out of Betty Barker, foaled Aug. 6. 1962. Owner, Harold Vinson, Woodbury, Tenn. ALLEN’S BROWNIE II, m, by Sunny Boy Chance out of Roan Allen’s Tattle, foaled April 25, 1955. Owner, Ryland San- som, Oakville, Ky. SUN’S ROYAL HUNTER, s, by Sun’s Star Go Boy out of Annelle Medley, foaled July 28, 1962. Owner, Billy IT. Byers, Killen, Ala. Dear R. V.: Don’t be a worry wart! Instead, each of us must work and pray for peace, for an all-out atomic war would be a frightening thing, indeed. But keep both that horse and your wits, they’re invaluable in time of stress. Also, I note with interest that you list your parents-sort of as an afterthought following mention of your horse. You’ll be amazed at how much your parents will improve by the time you’re twenty-one. M. E. E. GELDINGS FOR SALE "White Christmas" for a lady. Show or plea­ sure; quality blue ribbon winner. Tennessee Walker gelding. Five years, sound, pure white, blue-eyed, beautiful. Worlds of style, outstand­ ing action ond comfort at all "bred-in" gaits. Gentle, affectionate, but plenty of pep. Eastern- bred, sired by Golden Sunrise (by Midnight Sun). Price £900. "Cherry Flip"—Pleasure Tennessee Walker geld­ ing. Outstanding for man, woman or child who would need very kind, sound, quiet, young (4 years) good conformationed horse. Pretty red roan, white blaze. Complete "like new" Western Tack and horse, S600. For both horses write to Mrs. Elinor Hamilton, 2160 Catalina Avenue, Vista, California. This Magazine 12 Months For Just $4.00 Ben A. Green Shelbyville, Tenn.