Day Three Loretta Lynn's 2013 Photo Gallery

Photos from day three of the 2013 Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Tennessee. Photography By Kit Palmer

LorettaLynns3-2.jpg Former Pee Wee champ Jett Reynolds continued to tear it up in the 65cc class.
LorettaLynns3-3.jpg Aaron Plessinger had a close call en route to another win in the 450 B class.
LorettaLynns3-4.jpg Despite finishing second in the Supermini 1 (12-15) class, Mitchell Harrison is poised to take the class championship with a pair of “twos” to his name thus far.
LorettaLynns3-5.jpg Austin Forkner rebounded from a first-moto fifth to win the second moto.
LorettaLynns3-6.jpg This was a true pile up in the 65cc class. Luckily no one was injured and all got back into the race.
LorettaLynns3-7.jpg The Deegan family celebrates little Haiden’s wire-to-wire win in the second 51cc (4-6) Limited moto.
LorettaLynns3-8.jpg Kyler Rhom, who was involved in a big crash the day before, came back to win the second moto of the 51cc Shaft Drive Limited class.
LorettaLynns3-9.jpg Matt Bisceglia (95) had a great battle with Paul Coates (77) en route to the Open Pro Sports second-moto win.
LorettaLynns3-10.jpg RJ Hampshire led much of the second Open Pro Sports second moto before dropping back to fourth.
LorettaLynns3-11.jpg Garrett Marchbanks got a win in the second moto of the 85cc (9-11) class.
LorettaLynns3-12.jpg Not only did Kevin Windham retire from racing but he evidently also retired his shaver. He was hanging out signing autographs with the Factory Connection Honda team.
LorettaLynns3-13.jpg Former National MX Champion Gary Jones was styling brightly in the 50+ class.
LorettaLynns3-13.jpg Former National MX Champion Gary Jones was styling brightly in the 50+ class.
LorettaLynns3-14.jpg Trampas Park won again.
LorettaLynns3-15.jpg Kevin Foley (83) battled to the death with long-time rival David Hand (42) in the Masters 50+ class. Foley Passed Hand on the last lap, giving him a 1-1 record so far.
LorettaLynns3-16.jpg Bradley Taft won the exciting second moto of the all-125cc-two-stroke Schoolboy 1 (12-16) B/C class. A crash in moto one, however, leaves him out of the title hunt.