1963-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1963 October Voice - Page 21

October TEI^|(«|lKING H0RSE TEXAS STATE FAIR SHOW (Continued from Page 20) Juvenile Class, Riders 13 to 18 years 0ld_1, Sundust Queen, Cathie Bailey up for H. C. Bailey; 2, Go Booger Go, Debra Brandon up for Frank Mason; 3 Go Shadow Boy, Robert Pierce up for Circle T Ranch; 4, Sue City Sue, Susan Sheely up for Hank Sheely, Dal­ las; 5, Dream Again, Earlyne Karr, up for Ben S. Garrett, Dallas; 6, Glory’s Gallant Son, owner-rider, Betty Shiver, Dallas. Stallion - Gelding Stake — 1, Triple Threat, Harold Kennedy up for Circle T. Ranch; 2, Son’s Go Boy Again, Wal­ lace B randon up for Frank Mason; 3, Shadow’s Playboy, Jim Babb up for H. C. Bailey; 4, Sunset, Buddy Black up for E. A. Sisco, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.; 5, The Replica, Ralph Livingston up for John Diehl; 6, Ray of Sun, Bill Moore up for Lone Star Stables. Walking Seat Championship — 1, Cathie Bailey, Jackson, Miss.; 2, Gene Hayle, Dallas; 3, Grace Steere, Dallas; 4, Becca Brasher, Shreveport, La.; 5, George S. Bayoud, Jr., Garland, Tex.; 6, Julie Buford, Garland, Tex.; 7, Candy Yager, Georgetown, Tex. Junior Mare Class—1, Sundust Xmas Bell, Buddy Black up for Mr. & Mrs. Penn Mohon, Covington, Tenn.; 2, Princess Sun Dance, Jim Babb up for Dr. C. D. Gunter, Siloam Springs, Ark.; 3, Melody In Black, Wallace Brandon up for Annis Guess, Durant, Miss.; 4. Miss Sunday, owner-rider Vicki Rutherford, Austin, Tex. Amateur Stake—1, Fair Warning, Doodles Thompson up for Mrs. Robert F. Thompson, Dallas; 2, Go Boy’s Meg, owner-rider Shirley Sharpe, Dallas; 3, Soc iety Jane, Mi's. R. S. Barnwell, Jr. up for Barnwell Production Co., Shreveport, La.; 4, Lady Pepper, Jim­ my Gandy up for Alton Gandy and H. H. Wilkinson. Meridian, Tex.; 5, My Sunday Bonnet, owner-rider Vicki Rutherford, Austin. Juvenile Stake—1, Dark Shadow, Jan Wright up for Lone Star Stables; 2, Go Booger Go, Janie Guenther up for Frank Mason; 3, Go Shadow Boy, Robert Pierce up for Circle T Ranch; 4, Go Boy’s Cracker Jack, John Turner up for Circle T Ranch; 5, Magic High Noon ,owner-rider Diane Corley, Tul­ sa, Okla.; 6, Circle T. John Lee, George S. Bayoud, Jr. up for Dr. & Mrs. George S. Bayoud. Weanling Stallion — 1, Shadow’s Socialite CTR, Circle T Ranch; 2, Sandman’s Sandstorm, Mrs. Wavalyn W. Brasher, Bossier City, La.; 3, Mid- nite Merry Apache, Gamette Kelsoe III, Garland, Tex.; 4, White Melody Man, Floyd’s Walking Horse Farm, Denison, Tex. Weanling Filly—1, Triple Threat, John Sharp, Garland, Tex.; 2, Shad­ ow's Radiant Lady, Circle T Ranch; 3, Tcxoma Dancer, Floyd’s Walking Horse Farm, Denison, Tex. Ladies’ Stake—1, Shadow’s Blaze, owner-rider Shirley Sharpe, Dallas; 2, Sun’s Lightning Ann, Mrs. R. S. Barn­ well up for Barnwell Production Co.; 3, Dream Again, Earlyne Karr up for Ben S. Garrett; 4, Sue City Sue, Susan Sheely up for Hank Sheely; 5, Ace’s Top Man, owner-rider Miss Wayne Davis, Dallas; 6, Hall of Midnight, owner-rider Miss Jennifer Ray, Dallas. Haller, Walking Stallions—1, Walk­ ing for Fun, John Sharp, Garland, Tex.; 2, Talk of the Town Again, Mason & Brandon, Grapevine, Tex.; 3, Eldorado Sunset, Mason & Brandon; 4, Master Sensation CTR. Circle T Ranch; 5, Replica’s Starfire, Irene G. Smith, Garland, Tex. Halter, Walking Mares—1, Red Ace Again, Circle T Ranch. 2, Mack’s Per­ fection. A. C. McKinney, Meridian, Tex.; 3, Merry Gale, Harry M. Ed­ wards, Shreveport, La. Mare and Foal—1, Go Boy’s Socialite and foal, Circle T Ranch; 2, Go Boy’s Bay Ann and foal, John Sharp, Gar­ land, Tex. Junior Championship Stake — 1, Shadow’s Big Time CTR, Harold Ken­ nedy up for Circle T Ranch; 2. Go Boy’s Acc, Buddy Black up for C. E. Bradshaw, Orlando, Fla.; 3, Princess Sun Dance, Jim Babb up for Dr. C. D. Gunter. Siloam Springs, Ark.; 4, Melo­ dy In Black, Wallace Brandon up for Annis Guess, Durant, Miss.; 5, Go Boy’s Conqueror, Dub Evans up for Gene Hayle, Dallas; 6, Allen’s Head­ man, Pat Boyd up for A. A. Allen, Dallas. Two-Year-Old Stake— 1, Handshak­ er Nitecap, Wallace Brandon up for Frank Mason; 2, Midnight Alamo, Buddy Black up for Billy Hale, Galla­ tin: 3, Replica’s Pride CTR, Buddy Kennedy up for Circle T Ranch, 4, Merry Secret, Dub Evins up for Jimmy Smith, Gober. Tex.; 5, Son’s Walk­ away, Eddie Milligan up for W. W. Savage, Wichita Falls, Tex. Amateur Slake, Riders 35 Yeats and Over—1, Shadow’s Red Ace, J. Glenn Turner up for Circle T. Ranch; 2, Sun’s Go Boy Again, owner-rider Frank Mason; 3, Sue City Sue, owner-rider Hank Sheely, Dallas; 4, Suns Ins, owner-rider John Diehl, Jonesboro, Tenn. Championship Stake — 1, Triple Threat, Harold Kcnndy up for Circle T Ranch; 2, Sun’s Lightning Ann, Wal­ lace Brandon up for Barnwell Produc­ tion Co.; 3, Mighty Sunbeam, Jim Babb up for H. C. Bailey; 4, Sun’s Celebration, Bill Moore up for Lone Star Stables; 5, Sunset, Buddy Black up for E. A. Sisco, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.; 6, The Replica, Ralph Livingston up for John Diehl. STUD REGISTRY Your Here For Please Pay Alabama Happy Days K by Pride of Panola. One of the greatest Walking Horses living today. Standing at Florence, Alabama, Tom Wat­ kins Farm. Fee $50.00. California CHEYENNE THUNDER, by Dunn’s Trou­ ble Maker (by Midnight Sunset) out of Cheyenne Maiden (by Admiral Gleaves). Fee $100. Standing at Leonard Dunn's Walking Horse Stable, 726 DelPaso Road, North Sac­ ramento, Calif. Phone WA 5-9386. Owners, Ted and Virginia Lamb, 2901 37th Ave. Sacra­ mento. REAGANS ALLAN A DARE, No. 622203, age 4 years. Sire, Dare Devil, dam. Miss Allen Flash. Allan F-l, Hunter's Allen F-10, Roan Allen F-38 background. Kctinit Reagan, owner, 1015 13th St., Bakersfield, Calif. Phone 325-8464. Florida MERRY MIDNIGHT SUN-500655, by Midnight Sun and out of a Merry Boy mare. Breeder’s Futurity Champion of 1950 and 1951 Celebration rc-discovered. Standing at Kozana Farms, Bradenton, Fla. Fee: Regis­ tered $100, grade $35. Owners: Dr and Mrs. Marvin Silver, Box 475, Rt. 1. Bradenton, Fla. Telephones 746-4661, 747-2780, 742-1131. add pleasure classes Indiana' SUN’S DIABLO by Setting Sun. 1st dam by Little Merry Boy. This black stallion has the most beautiful head of any walking horse alive. $100.00 at time of service, write or phone WH 4-5900. L. K. Hamm Stables, New Albany, Ind. Iowa MAIDS MIDNIGHT BLUE-570039; sire. Midnight Pleasure R. G.; dam, Merry Maid­ en. BAR-B-DON Stables, Phone HO 53311. D. L. Cassidy D. V. M„ Monticello, Iowa.