COLUMBIA, TN – It was like the Good Ole Days or the Bad Ole Days, depending on how you look at things.
All roads led to Columbia, Tennessee.
The Maury County Horsemen put on the 63rd Columbia Spring Jubilee, and somebody let the word out to the TRAINER BOYZ that the “Coast Is Clear”.
And all the old-time players poured in on Saturday night.
The Edwards Brothers came from South Georgia;
The Wright Brothers from West Tennessee;
The Kentucky Boys;
The Alabama Boys.
The Shelbyville Boys.
Folks from Mississippi, Florida, Virginia and even Germany came to get into the sore Big Lick action. Ironically 100% of ALL TWHBEA INTERNATIONAL MEMBERS VOTED “YES” for passage of the PAST ACT.
Denise Bader, German National and TWHBEA Director, who voted FOR the PAST ACT in May 2013, and then joined the sore Big Lick side four months later and voted AGAINST PAST ACT, and to punish Pat Stout for Polling the TWHBEA members showed a Big Lick Horse at Columbia Bader finished third in the Novice Rider class. The horse is apparently owned by a Corina Wieb(Weiss) of Wemding, Germany. Informed sources say that Corina Weib (Weiss) is an employee of Denise Bader or her family. POWER SOURCE is trained by multiple sore HPA Violation Citation Trainer Boyz Charlie Green.
This is not the first time that Denise Bader has played this game.
Somebody needs to tell Fraulein Denise Bader what those chains do when they hit the horse’s sensitive pastern:
Last July 20, 2013, Denise Bader showed a Big Lick Horse – SOUTHERN DOLLAR at the Alabama Ladies Auxiliary Show at Baileyton, Alabama before Judge Smokey Carswell. SOUTHERN DOLLAR has an HPA Violation Citation record, and is trained by Trainer Boyz Charlie Green who has a World Champion HPA Violation Citation History. Informed sources say the horse, SOUTHERN DOLLAR, is apparently owned by one of Bader or her family’s employees, Corina Weib (Weiss), who lives in Wemding, Germany. This is also where Denise Bader lives.
OPEN AMATEUR (CANTER)
HPS Category: Amateur (Canter)
Apparently what happens in Tennessee is supposed to stay in Tennessee.
Or least not make it back to Deutschland.
Or Sound Europa.
Again, 100% of all International TWBHEA members polled by Pat Stout voted unanimously “YES” for passage of the PAST ACT.
The Friday Night show had 140 horses enter the ring with 94 of them being Big Lick.
The Three Year Old Mare and Gelding class had 14 rollicking entries.
Saturday night was more of the same – plus a little extra.
Robert Cortner placed Number One in the Amateur “Hunched Over” Competition; with Casey Wright taking First in the Trainer Boyz “Hunched Over” Sweepstakes with John Allen Callaway finishing a close second.
Former PSHA Chair Terry Dotson‘s horses trained by Tim Smith won two Blue Ribbons. Looks like Terry is back in business. Informed sources say Brother Terry is bankrolling Brother Larry Joe Wheelon’s legal defense over in East Tennessee.
Trainer Boyz Spokesperson Winky Groover for Mary Ann Jolley’s “Walk Of Shame” apparently didn’t bring any horses to Columbia.
Trainer Boyz President Mickey McCormick was missing in action although his wife got a Blue Ribbon.
The Three Year Old Stallion class had 11 entries.
The Two Year Old Stallion class had 7 entries.
The public did NOT attend the Columbia Spring Jubilee like the good old days.
In days of yore with the good times rolling, all the bleacher seats would have been filled. This is about 25% to 30% of the crowd that the Coumbia Spring Jubilee once attracted.
But the Trainer Boyz had the horses sitting Deep:
Brandye Mills of Alabama decided, because at one time he was “USDA APPROVED”, he could rudely cut across the grass at Columbia.
So the questions are:
- Did the USDA attend the Columbia Spring Jubilee?
- Did the USDA blink?
- If so, has the USDA BACKSLID on enforcing the PAST ACT to eliminate soring?
- Why weren’t the Horses Better Protected?
Nephew Eugene is going to get to the bottom of it.