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Belfast Adds Halter Classes



The Belfast TWHBEA 54th Lions Club Horse Show on July 31, is pleased to announce the addition of the Halter Division Classes. The overwhelming requests from those competing in this division assures full classes of quality colts and with the TWHBEA Futurity slated for 3 weeks after this show, it will give halter exhibitors an excellent prep show.

Currently there is growing interest in purchasing yearlings and weanlings, and the numbers of foals available are limited. Prices for colts are on the rise. The Belfast show is an excellent marketing tool and a place to showcase your horse prior to the Celebration.

Please note the time changes. The Youth Show has been moved ahead to 3:00 PM. The Halter Show is at 4:30 PM, followed by the Performance Show at 6:00 PM. The goal of the Belfast Show is to give as many exhibitors as possible a way to show their horses, but still get everyone home at a reasonable hour.
We are looking forward to not only an exciting show, but an exciting weekend. The Belfast TWHBEA Lions Club show is part of the traditional 3 show weekend, consisting of shows at Fayetteville, Belfast and Wartrace. Make plans to attend and be a part of this Walking Horse tradition.



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