1962-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1962 November Voice - Page 5

Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse IrfpSe Threat Grand Champion State Fair of Texas Horse Show en­ tries at Dallas Oct. 5-9 were hailed as best yet in a rousing show that pro­ duced Triple Threat, Circle T Ranch stallion, ridden by Harold Kennedy, as Tennessee Walking Horse Grand Champion in the SI, 000 Stake for Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Turner of Dallas. First place winners in the State Fair of Texas Horse Show were: S150 Walking Horse Junior Stal­ lion and Gelding—Mark’s Sun Dust, R.. D. Keene, Orlando, Fla., owner, Preach Fleming, rider. $200 Walking Amateur Stallion and Gelding—Shadow's Red Ace, Circle T Ranch, Dallas, rider, Fred Turner. $250 Walking Horse Mare Stake- Little Mystery, W. C. Machines, Tampa, Fla., rider, Steve Hill. Equitation, Walking Horse Seat- boy or girl rider, 12 year old and un­ der, Jan Wright, Nacogdoches, Tex. Equitation, Walking Horse Seat- boy or girl rider, 13 years old and not having reached 18th birthday, Jim Barnwell, Shreveport, La. §100 Walking Horse Juvenile Stake—Dark Shadow, Lone Star Sta­ bles, Nacogdoches, Tex., rider, Jan Wright. $100 Walking Horse Juvenile Stake—Fair Warning, Mrs. Robert F. Thompson, Dallas, rider, Virginia Lee Thompson. $250 Walking Florse Stallion and Gelding Stake—Triple Threat, Circle T Ranch, Dallas, rider, Flarold Kennedy. Equitation, Walking Seat Cham­ pionship—Jan Wright, Nacogdoches, Tex. $150 Walking Horse Junior Mare, Secret’s Perfection, Frank Mason, Dallas, rider, Wallace Brandon. $200 Walking Horse Amateur Mare—Sun’s Lightnin' Ann, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Barnwell, Shreveport, La., rider, Mrs. Barnwell. $150 Walking Horse Juvenile Champion Stake—Dark Shadow, Lone Star Stables, Nacogdoches, Tex., rid­ er, Jan Wright. Walking Horse Weanling Stallion- halter, Ringmaster’s Sensation, CTR, Circle T Ranch, owner. Walking Horse Weanling Filly- ha 1 t e r, Ringmaster’s Lacy CTR, Circle T Ranch. $200 Ladies' Walking Stake—Mare of Gelding—My Merry Shadow. Circle T Ranch, rider, Mrs. J. Glenn Turn­ er. Walking Horse Yearling Stallions and Geldings (halter) —Midnight Jester, E. Barnwell Stables, Shreve­ port, La. Walking Horse Yearling Fillies, halter—Gloria's Valentine, Barnwell Stables, Shreveport, La. Walking Horse Brood Mare with 1962 foal (halter)—Kay Lynn’s Merry Boy and Foal, A. C. Mc­ Kinney, Meridian, Miss. $200 Walking Horse Amateur Stake—Sun’s Celebration, Lone Star Stables, Nacogdoches, Tex., rider, Toe Wright. $300 Walking Horse Junior Stake- Go Boy’s Show Boy, J. M. Foster Co., Gary, Ind., rider, Steve Hill. $200 Walking Horse Amateur Stake—Owner-Rider over 35 years of Age—Shadow’s Luminaire, rider, J. Glenn Turner, Dallas. $200 Two-Year-Old Walking Horse Stake—Mysterious Shadow, Mrs. Joe Baugh, Franklin, Tenn., rider, Steve Hill. $1,000 Walking Horse Champion­ ship Stake—Triple Threat, Cir cle T Ranch, rider, Harold Kennedy. ‘GREAT ADMIRER’ WRITES A spirit-lifting letter from Dick Dingledine of Cherokee Enterprises, 3520 N. Adams St., Peoria, 111., says: “we have been a great admirer of yours since reading your fine book ‘The Biography of the Tennessee Walking Horse’ and so were delighted to see the full page advertisement of your new publications in the Celebra­ tion program.’’ (We are happy to get such reports. We believe in advertis­ ing all the way—and have patronized the Celebration program and Blue Ribbon regularly since before the Biography appeared. BAG.) 3 Dentist Making Walker Friends Dr. Sidney Gilbert, 1350 W. Mar­ ket St., Akron 13, O., writes that he attended the Celebration because of what the Voice Editor said to the Buckeye Walking Horse Assn, when it met at Tallmadge, O. “Because of your visit, I attended my first Cele­ bration this year and all I can say it was the greatest event I ever wit­ nessed and with the Lord’s help, I will never miss another." Dr. Gilbert, a dentist, recently bought two Tennessee Walking Horses. He formerly owned gaitecl horses. “In my little way, I am making my patients enthusiasts of the Tennessee Walking Horse. I have had a very successful year as a neophyte with the breed, as my gelding, Sun’s Dark Squire, won 4 blues and was always in the ribbons in the Central Ohio Circuit. So I have all my trophies and ribbons on display in my office. I am always describing the Walking Horse and his gaits. "This makes everyone curious and I am always describing the Walking Horse and his gaits. As a result of this, I find more and more of my patients attending the shows as spec­ tators. Of course, this is only the beginning. “Sooner or later, many of these people will be buying their own horses.” (Right you are, Doctor. Nothing beats enthusiastic word-of-mouth pro­ moting for any product, including the Tennessee Walking Horse. I know your method will be effective. You Buckeyes really have the spirit—and I was convinced of that at the Tall­ madge meeting. Am mighty glad if what I said influenced you to come to the Celebration—and that you will pass it on to others for next year and later. BAG.) Tennessee Walking Horses Member TWHB&E Assn. Boarding-Training-Riding Horses For Sale Three choice stallions standing Circle C Stables 6933 Standifer Gap Rd., Chattanooga, Tenn. Phone 622-8683