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Added Monies to the World’s Grand Champion Five-Gaited Class
According to Kentucky State Fair Board member, Edward Raymond Bennett, there will be added monies to the World’s Grand Champion Five-Gaited class. It will feature $150,000 in additional money with around $40,000 going to the winner. This is certainly a coveted prize and the board has now added to the excitement and value of the event by adding these additional monetary awards. Bennett went on to say that much hard work is being done on the barns including various carpentry repairs to stall floors along with the maintenance and constant care that a venue in use some 50 weeks of the year needs. Both the Kentucky State Fair and the World’s Championship Horse Show compliment one another and work together to offer the best as one of the top state fairs and expo centers in the country.
Sandi Willis-McCarter and Chris Brannan after Sandi's win in the Amateur Three-Gaited Championship at Shelbyville with Wild Madeline
Emma Needham and Milo Jones enjoyed the week at Shelbyville
Linda Sullivan and Brock Rutledge after Brock won the UPHA Park Pleasure Classic at Dayton with Tsunami Sue
Dr. Jenny Lash and Chris Reiser celebrate after Jenny's win in the Three-Gaited Park Pleasure Championship at Dayton
Drive Me Nuts and Michael Buchanan were the Three-Gaited Stake winners at Shelbyville for owner Patrice Watson
Stolen Heir and Andre Van Schaklwyk won the Five-Gaited Championship for Hagan Saddlebreds at Shelbyville.
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