Saturday night's first class was the Parade Horse Championship. Michigan's own Paddyngton's Mark of Distinction took first place. Marcus has his own Breyer horse model fashioned after his beautiful chestnut pinto markings. The Parade Division is such a wonderful class to watch. There is nothing more beautiful to watch!
The Amateur 3 Gaited Park class was won by Walterway's Tailor Made, shown by his owner, Dr. Richard Gallagher from Illinois.
English Country Pleasure was won by Sherry Frankel from Texas, who has some horses with Wes and Sena Bowling in Davison, Michigan. This one was Coventry's Too Fast Too Furious.
Coventry's Too Fast Too Furious
Star Material X Ornamental by Merchant Prince
The 3-Gaited Park, FMT Championship class was another Sherry Frankel entry, this time shown by Lauren Greenwald from the Bowling's Taylor Creek Stables. Thunder Crackin' made a great show.
Attache's Thunderbolt X SweetAnticipation V by CH Captive Spirit
The 5-Gaited Amateur class was another good one, Callaway's Born A Winner. I picked the horse to win the first pass into the ring and it was trained by Steve Demjen of Ohio.
The 3-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Championship came next. I was talking too much to write down the results, so I will have to try to track this one down............. Found it!
two nice pictures of You Can Kall Me Lucky at the rack and trot.
Callaway's Guy Park X Kall Me Inkredible by Spring Valley's Deliverance
Nest week will take another look at Michigan saddlebreds.