Thursday, March 23, 2006
The fourth Holly Springs Charity Walking Horse Classic drew approximately 1,500 to the Marshall County Fairgrounds Saturday evening to see about 230 entries, according to Susan Jordan, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce. There were 33 classes of competition. Proceeds go to support the American Cancer Societys Relay-For-Life campaign and the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce. Some local competitors included Debbie Williams riding Tony Montana Scarface, who took second place in the Amateur Three Year Old Mares/Geldings Class; Kristin Williams riding The Polar Express, who took fifth place in the Amateur Ladies Specialty; and Kelsey Farese riding Shes A Jazz Thing, who took fourth place in the Youth 12-17 Class. The show went on with the help of the following: Susan Jordan, show manager; Chris Bobo, judge; Perry Thomas, announcer; Sid Abernathy, photographer; Shirley Cato, show secretary; Mike Farley, ringmaster; Charles Ritchie, organist, Mike Umberger, farrier; and Lisa Cole, advertising/promotions.
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