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2016 Celebration Class Splits



The Celebration has announced that there are 1,975 total entries for the 2016 World Championship Horse Show; that is comparison to 1,872 for the 2015 Celebration.

This year 12 classes will be split versus 9 splits last year. This year 1,097 horses will vie for the top honors in comparison to 1,031 for 2015.

Click Here for complete Class Schedule (as of 8/8/16)

Below is a complete list of the classes that will be split for this year's Celebration.

21. Owner-Amateur Novice Riders on Novice Country Pleasure Walking Horses

26. Owner-Amateur Riders on Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions

31. Owner-Amateur Riders on Four-Year-Old Walking Stallions

51. *Three-Year-Old Walking Stallions (Riders' Cup)

74. *Three-Year-Old Walking Mares (Riders' Cup)

77. *Two-Year-Old Walking Mares (Riders' Cup)

84. *Walking Stallions, Five Years and Over, Over 15.2 (Canter) (Riders' Cup)

94. Owner-Amateur Riders on Two-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings

115. *Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions (Riders' Cup) (Split Three Ways)

125. Owner-Amateur Riders on Two-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings

130. Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Stallions

135. Owner-Amateur Riders on Three-Year-Old Walking Mares or Geldings

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