1962-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1962 November Voice - Page 19
Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse
A “Little Celebration'' horse show
featuring the Tennessee Walker was
staged Sept. 15-16 at Kalamazoo,
Mich., and it attracted much attention
-reports Mrs. Darlene Haase, Route
GO BOY'S REBEL No. 54088 by Merry Go
I, Box 309, Augusta. Mich. It was
Boy out of Scottie Bell. Dr. H. M. Potent, staged by the Tennessee Walking
Rebel Farm, Smithfield. N. C.
BONNER’S MIDNIGHT No. 580701, (by Pleasure Horse Club of that area.
The entire show had 56 classes of
Society Man). W. H. Tadlock, Phone Madi
RODGERS’ PERFECTION at Dr. Porter son 4-2831, Marshville, N. C.
which approximately 30 were for Ten
Rodgers’ Farm, Searcy, Ark. Fee $500. Phone
Winners in the Grand Champion
Walking Horse Stake were:
LIBERACE'S PLAYBOY, fee S100; and
1st Southern Belle B, owned by Hal
MERRY BOY’S MAJOR, fee $75, at Calvin
DARE DEVIL, by Cruising Along 391191 out
Stables, Rhame, North Dakota. Hoham, Auburn, Ind.; 2nd Miss Gee
of Black Gift 400917 at The Reagan’s Walk Miller's
Phone BR 9-3420.
Gee, D. J. Rush, Clarkston, Mich.;
ing R Ranch, Mt. Pinos Road, Maricopa,
3rd Whispering Pines Stardust, Dr.
John Sackett, Kalamazoo, Mich.; 4th
DIAMOND STROLLER-613111 (by Dia
mond Red out of Frosty Yorba) at H & M
Sir Mau’s Rebel Gray, R. E. Mur-
Stables, 7061 Atlantic Ave. Phone MEtcalf THE PENNSYLVANIAN at Walking "H” barger, Muskegon, Mich.; 5th Sit-
0-4227, Long Beach, 5, Calif.
Farm, Box 116, Chardon, Ohio. George and
Henry’s Redtop, Sterling Curtis,
Dorothy Holmes, owners. Phone Chardon
Swartz Creek, Mich., 6th, Merry Bo
5-4931 or 6-3641.
Boy’s Son, D. J. Rush, Clarkston,
GOLD SHADOW at Arnold Habig Stables,
ALABAMA GO BOY’S PRINCE (shown
as Go Boy’s Millionaire) al Lakeside
Farms, Highway 79 between Guntersville
and Scottsboro. Fee $100. Phone 582-
5680. Guntersville, Ala. Stables, Jackson, Miss. Fee $150. Phones
EM 2-5778 and FL 5-4511.
Jasper, Indiana. Phones, day 1119-K, night
MACK K. BIGRED 610115 by Diamond
Lil Man by Midnight Mack K. by Midnight
Sun out of Viki Allen (Giovanni mare).
Phone 343-5617. Sydney Robbins, 2424
Madrona Drive, Eugene, Oregon.
MIDNIGHT MOSHUN by Midnight Sun out
of a Merry Go Boy mare. Fee $50. Phone
824-3579. Warren D. Eyre, Grundy Center,
GO-BOY’S SUN-UP at Luther Hankins’
Stables, U.S. 41-A, Madisonville, Kentucky.
Phones: day, Madisonville TA 1-4237, night,
Providence MO 7-5568.
MIDNIGHT BEAU Midnght Sun out of
Snip’s Chance (Last Chance.) Powell Stables,
Phone 789-3171, Paintsville, Ky.
GO BOY’S SENTINEL at H. Hayner’s Valley
Dale Farm, Galesburg, Michigan; Fee $100.
Phone Kalamazoo FI 2-5370 evenings.
GO BOY’S SHADOW at H. C. Bailey’s
Buys Farm Near Glasgow, Ky.
Reid V. Williams reports he has
bought the Walking W Farm near
Glasgow, Ky., on 31-E South, formerly
known as the Sunny Chat Stables.
He plans to board, train and sell
horses. Visitors are welcome.
OUR SUN DUST 530014 by Midnight Sun
out of Mary Gold Allen. Mrs. Harold Major,
Rt. 2 Anderson, S.C. Phone Canal 5-8089.
MERRY GO BOY at S. W. Beech’s Farm, Rt.
5. Lewisburg, Tcnn.; fee $200. Phone CR
MIDNIGHT GOLD SUN at J. G. Walker’s
Stables, Wartrace, Tenn., Fee $75. Phone
SETTING SUN, fee $100; MERRY BOY’S
F-88 fee $50; and GORDON’S MERRY
BOY, fee $50, all at Sam Paschall’s Stables,
Murfreesboro, Tenn. Phone 873-7248.
SON OF MIDNIGHT at H. F. Worrell’s Soli
tude Stock Farm, Goodlettsville, Tenn. Old
Dickerson Road. Phone UL 9-1177. Fee
SUN’S GUN SMOKE at Toby Green’s Stables,
Shelbyville, Tenn. Fee $100. Phone MU
MIGHTY SUN, by Midnight Sun out of
Merry Midge at Elmore Brock's Stables,
Sparta, Tenn. Fee $100.00.
MERRY BOY’S FLASH by Merry Boy;
dam, Trail Blazer by Frank Wilson’s Allen.
Floyd’s Walking Horse Farm, Rt. 1, Denison,
Texas—East Texas State Road.
Officers for the Walking Horse Asso
ciation of Michigan were elected at
the group’s annual meeting held at
the Civic Center in Lansing. For 1963
the officers are:
President, Dr. John Sackett of Kal
amazoo; vice-president, Victor Buck-
nell of Vicksburg; secretary, Paige
Emmons of Galesburg; treasurer,
Mary Rice of Galesburg; board mem
bers, D. J. Rush, Clarkston; Ronald
Embury, Battle Creek; Leo Barth,
‘Both Tears And Smiles’
"A friend of ours gave us the April
issue of your magazine. We enjoyed it
so much we subscribed,” write Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent J. Long, Route 1,
Springboro Road, Lebanon, O.
"It is so warm and friendly, so full
of helpful facts. Your articles and let
ters from the readers have brought
both tears and smiles to us.” (Note-
Personal letters are like that when
they carry the story of the Tennessee
Walking horse in the lives of people.