Deadline for the Field Trial Review
is Feb. 5
News From Tara' Casa' Miniature Horse Show Well this was number 6 of 8 miniature horse shows at Tara' Casa' miniature horse show. We didn't know if the weather was going to cooperate or not. Was it going to rain or not. Well, the not won and so we bathed and groomed the horses and loaded them into the horse trailer for the ride to the miniature horse show. We were unloading our horses and I couldn't believe what I saw. David Wilerson and Kathy Keck had their miniature stallion LITTLE GEM in the back of their pick up truck. He was even dressed for the show with a bandanna around his neck. Lee Roberts gave the opening prayer and the show started promptly at 1 p.m. Tonya Capestany announce the show as always and she did a great job. She even took time to show THUNDER BAY in the adult obstacle. Killian Capestany announced while his mother was showing his miniature horse. There were 17 horses in 61 events in the 31 classes offered. The Simpsons from Tupelo, Miss. were their showing their yearling BUTTERMILK CURD. We curtaining hope that will be back to show at the next show. There was several visitors watching. That is how we got started and showing the miniature horses is so much fun. We sure want everyone to come and join us at the next show. The judge for this show was Jane Brunner. She lives in Cayce, Miss. She has raised and trained registered Morgans for twenty plus years. She stated that she enjoyed judging the miniatures and would like to judge again. Thanks for a job well done. The prizes were won by Brooks Davis and Kathy Keck. Thanks to everyone who donated the prizes. It is always fun to win. Remember the more events and classes you enter the more chances you have to win and we never know what is going to be given away. Frank Lee Mead won the costume class. Her miniature horse SHADY LADY even had pajamas on, I love the costume class you never know what the youth or miniature horses are going to wear. It is always good for a laugh. Ms. Catherine Dean and her miniature horse JASMINE make a beautiful sight in the classy driving class. There is something for everyone in the halter classes, driving and racing classes. It is almost as much fun to watch s it is to actually doing it. Anyone having a miniature horse, we would like to have you come and show with us. This show is a fun show and the only requirements are the miniature horse should be under 38 inches, and of course be healthy and have a current coggins. If you have any questions about the show please call Mrs. Catherine Dean at 662-838-6911. David Wilerson and Kathy Keck had the concession stand again this show and as always everything was good. Thanks again. The beautiful youth ribbons are given by the Pine Hill Farm, owner Dallas and Janet King. Thanks so much. Everyone would like to have one of the fancy ribbons.
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