After about 13 years of arranging the sorting, penning and branding competitions for the Franklin County Fair, Tony and Debbie Gregory are handing the reins to Burke Smith.
But the Gregorys say they’ll be back. They and their family plan to continue competing because working with horses is something their family does together. It is a way “to take the grandkids and my daughters with me,” Tony said. Riding horses and cutting cattle is their lifestyle.
Tony’s older daughters, Teresa Anderson and Teri Kent, as well as their children, not only participate in the competitions at the fair, but often help Tony round-up cattle which run in different parts of Franklin County. At the fair events, family members take score and also run the gates and cattle.
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