1965-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1965 March Voice - Page 26

THE SIXTH ANNUAL IMPERIAL CHARITY HORSE SHOW, WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Walking Horses — Stallions or Geld­ ings — (1) CHAMPAGNE JET, Boyd Hudgins up for Fieldstone Farm, Ma­ con, Georgia; (2) FLYING CLOUD, Ronnie Spears up for J. P. Eldridge, Ovieda, Florida; (3) SHADOW’S HOT SHOT, Paul Smith up for L. Frank Roper, Winter Garden, Florida; (4) SHADOW AT MIDNIGHT, Preach Fleming up for R. D. Keene. Orlando, Fla.; (5) ZIP CODE. Eddie Bryant up for Taylor Stables, Huntsville. Ala.; (6) MOON BEAM, James K. Taylor up for Taylor Stables. Huntsville, Ala. Junior Walking Horses — 3 years and under — (1) MAN OF RHYTHM, Boyd Hudgins up for Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hardage. Milledgeville, Ga.; (2) SNOW WHITE “K,” Preach Fleming up for R. D. Keene, Orlando, Fla.; (3) DAZ­ ZLING SUN, Paul Smith up for Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lowery, Melbourne, Fla.; (4) EXPLOREY’S KNIGHT. Clar­ ence Blanks up for W. M. Ferrell, Mc­ Minnville. Tenn.; (5) RINGMASTER’S LADY, Gregory Musselv/hite up for H. S. Musselwhite, Maitland, Fla; (6) JAKE’S AUCTIONEER, Carl Young up for Mr. and Mrs. David Bailey, Glas­ gow, Ky. Walking Horse—Mares — (1) SHAD­ OW’S GAY LADY, Preach Fleming up for Betty Keene Lundberg. Orlando, Fla.; (2) MEET MIDNIGHT MERRY, Joe Martin up for Escue Stables, Cov­ ington, Ky.; (3) SHADOW'S BLAZE, V. G. Gochneaur up for Fashion 220 Stables, Aurora, Ohio; (4) GO BOY’S DARK ANGEL, W. B. Cherry, owner- rider: (6) GO BOY’S BLACK LABEL, Boyd Hudgins up for Fieldstone Farm, Macon, Ga. Walking Horse. Stallions and Geld­ ings — Ridden by an Amateur — (1) MOONGLOW, James K. Taylor up for Taylor Stables, Huntsville, Ala.; (2) SUN’S GO BOY AGAIN, V. G. Goch­ neaur up for Fashion 220 Stables, Au­ rora, Ohio; (3) OUR SHADOW. R. D. Keene, owner-rider, Orlando, Fla.; (4) LUCKY’S SNOWMAN, V/. B. Cherry, owner-rider, Henderson, Tenn.; (5) BLACK HAWK. H. S. Musselwhite, owner-rider, Maitland, Fla.; (6) SUN DUST’S MERRY BOY, Fray Escue up for Escue Stables, Covington, Ky. Walking Mares and Geldings — rid­ den by a lady — (1) SHADOW’S JET, Mrs. Joe Martin, owner-rider, Coving­ ton, Ky.; (2) SUN DUST MERRY BOY, Nancy Escue up for Escue Stables, Covington, Ky.; (3) MAY MADNESS, Mrs. Paul Randolph up for Randolph Farms, Clearwater, Fla.; (4) MERRY 26 BOY’S STREAK, Mrs. Max Aulick up for R. D. Keene, Orlando, Fla.; (5) MY LADY MAJOR, Rosemary Locke up for Town & Country Food Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.; (6) ALLENfi, Shane C. Smith up for Helen V. Richardson, Daytona Beach, Fla. Walking Horses Mares, ridden by an amateur adult — (1) SHADOW’S GAY LADY, Betty Keene Lundberg, owner- rider, Orlando, Fla.; (2) KEENE’S FASHION LADY, R. D. Keene, owner- rider, Orlando, Fla.; (3) SUNBEAM’S PRODUCER, L. Frank Roper, owner- rider, Winter Garden, Fla.; (4) SHAD­ OW’S BLAZE, V. G. Gochneaur up for Fashion 220 Stables, Aurora, Ohio; (5) MAY MADNESS, Mrs. Paul Randolph up for Randolph Farms, Clearwater, Fla.; (6) HELLO DALLY, Fray Escue up for Escue Stables, Covington, Ky. Walking Mares and Geldings — rid­ den by a Junior Exhibitor—(1) MERRY BOY’S SUN, Merrill Talbot up for Fieldstone Farm, Macon, Ga.; (2) MER­ RY BOY’S