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World Versatility Show makes changes



Payouts have increased. There will be over $8,200 paid out during the World Versatility Show held July 19-21, 2017 at the Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, Tennessee. Ribbons, trophies and monetary awards will be given out in each class to the top five placings. Remember, each class offers triple points to all exhibitors showing.

Entry fees have also gone down, making each class $30 instead of the original $35. TWHBEA is doing its very best in making this a very fun, exciting and successful show.

There will be an exhibitors party on Wednesday night following the show for everyone to attend, we promise to make this a must attend event.

72 classes total including 6 Rider's Cup Classes. High Point Awards Ceremony will follow the conclusion of the show on Friday afternoon.

Sponsorships are needed for this show!! Please call Jane Moore at 931-580-6177 or Kristen Corbin at 931-359-0592.
 

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