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ALABAMA STATE RACKING HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP AND WALKING HORSE SHOW


7/17/04, Tuscaloosa, AL

July 17, 2004

ALABAMA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RACKING HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP AND WALKING HORSE SHOW.  Located at Sokol Park, Tuscaloosa, AL.  Show starts at 5:00 pm.

Racking Judge: Hon. Jerry Goodmand, Science Hill, KY

Walking Judge: Hon. Billy Young, Murchison, TX

Show Chairman: Roger Brenahan 205-339-0979 (res) 205-310-7042 (cell)

CLASSES:

1. Park Pleasure Walking Specialty
2. Trail Pleasure Racking, Youth    
3. Ladies Amateur Walking Specialty  
4. Amateur Owned & Trained Racking 
5. 2 YO Walking Open 
6. 3 YO Racking Open 
7. 3 YO Amateur Walking
8. 2 YO Amateur Racking 
9. Aged Walking Mares & Geldings 
10. Show Pleasure Racking
11. Halter Yearlings
12. 3 & 4 YO Amateur Racking 
13. 4 YO Walking Open 
14. Spotted Light Shod No Canter 
15. 4 YO Racking Open 
16. 4 YO Amateur Walking
17. Pleasure Racking
18. Youth 17 & Under Walking Specialty
19. Youth 17 & Under Racking
20. Amateur Specialty Walking
21. Trail Pleasure Racking, Amateur  
22. 3 YO Walking Open
23. Aged Mares & Geldings Racking
24. 2 YO Amateur Walking
25. Country Pleasure Racking
26. 15.2 & Under Amateur Walking Specialty
27. Spotted Open Shod No Canter
28. Open Walking Specialty
29. Amateur Racking
30. Show Pleasure Walking Specialty
31. 2 YO Racking Open 
32. Western Pleasure Racking
33. Walking Horse Stake
34. Alabama State Championship Racking Horse Stake

IMPORTANT – PLEASE NOTE: Checks will not be given at the show.  They will be mailed on Monday, July 19.

Classes 1-32 Entry Fee - $26  Prize Money $65-50-35-25-20-20
Classes 33-34 Entry Fee - $46  Prize Money   $250-175-125-75-40-40
Directions:  From I-59 - Exit west onto Hwy 82/McFarland Blvd., cross Black Warrior River, turn right at 3rd light (Watermelon Road), go two miles.
From 82 West:  Five traffic lights from Hwy 82/69 Intersection, turn left onto Watermelon Road, go two miles.


Affiliated with the National Horse Show Regulatory Commission and the Racking Horse Breeders Association of America.  Persons on federal suspension cannot transport horses to this show and can only participate as spectators.   Under Alabama Law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risk of equine activities pursuant to the equine Activities Protection Act.

 

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