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Racking Horses at GCHS


Speed Racking Champion EZD’s Rowdy Falcon, Bobby Parks riding (photo: Barr Studios)

Thursday night's Amateur Riders on Classic Park Pleasure Walking Horses

Thursday night's Amateur Riders on Classic Park Pleasure Walking Horses
Speed Racking is one of the crowd’s favorite classes at the GCHS. In Thursday night’s Novice Speed Racking class, Kayla Pattat and Tennessee White Lightning were lightning fast to win the class. Maria Perry took second with her Willard’s Last Stand. Micah Moore rode his Stormy’s Falcon Fury to third. Jason Perry rode Maria Perry’s Willard’s Rowdy Who for fourth. Juan Boyce was fifth with his Kung Foo.

On Friday night the fast-paced horses were back to delight the crowd. EZD’s Rowdy Falcon took top honors in the Open Speed Racking class. Josh Burchfield rode Roy & Jane Coln’s Miss Mississippi for second place. Howell Kirby rode The Yankee Hustler to third. Kari Kirby’s Stroker’s Scooter Bay B was fourth.

On Saturday night it was time to determine the best of the best. Racking Horse Champion for the week was EZD’s Rowdy Falcon, ridden by Bobby Parks for Jacob Parks.

SHOBA Single-Footing horses were again part of the show. In Friday night’s exhibition, Jason Parks, riding for Bobby Parks, was the best on EZD’s Rowdy Falcon. Maria Perry was second on Willards Rowdy Who. Stormy’s Falcon Fury, shown by Micah Moore was third. Leah Parks, also riding for Bobby Parks, was fourth with Rowdy Rawhides Jolene.


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