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Celebration Issues 2007 Class Changes



2007 CELEBRATION
CLASS SCHEDULE CHANGES

  • Eliminated Amateur Owned & Trained Park Pleasure Walking Horses (low entries)
     
  • Combined Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Geldings, 15.2 and Under with Owner-Amateur Walking Mares, 15.2 and Under to make Class 118 on Tuesday night.  In 2006, each class had 15 and 8 entries, respectively.
     
  • Eliminated Trainers 60 Years & Over on Walking Horses (low entries for the past few years)
     
  • Moved 15.2 and Under Walking Horse World Grand Championship (Canter) to Thursday night
     
  • Moved Walking Mares or Geldings World Grand Championship (Canter) to Friday night
     

NEW CLASSES:

·        Class 5 – Owner-Amateur English Trail Pleasure, Two and Three Years Old, Adult Riders

·        Class 57 – Young Trainers, 35 Years and Under, on Walking Mares or Geldings

·        Class 98 – Western Park Pleasure Walking Horses

·        Class 122 – Young Trainers, 35 Years and Under, on Walking Stallions

·        Class 150 – Park Performance Walking Horse World Grand Championship

·        Class 156 – Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Ponies, World Grand Championship

·        Class 159 – Owner-Amateur Youth English or Western Trail Pleasure, Riders 6-17 Years, World Grand Championship

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