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Gambler’s Choice


Thursday night (June 6) at the Germantown Charity Horse Show offered two exciting Gambler’s Choice events: first, the Gambler’s Choice Jumper class, sponsored by the family of the late Harold Walker. Unfortunately, the competitors had to “take their own line” in the rain. Ultimately, it was Katana Kennedy O’Brien accumulating the most points for the win aboard Adeline.

Then the efficient jump crew removed all the poles from between the standards and the carriage drivers entered the arena for their own driving Gambler’s Choice, just as the rains let up. In the horse division, Laura Lawson drove KT Barnabus for the win. In the pony division, the smallest equine of all – Tinker Toy, a Mini driven by Natalie Hanisco – was the winner.

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