Skip to content

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

More Stories

  • ReporTV Interview with Clay Sanderson

    In the interview that follows, Clay Sanderson shares his thoughts after winning the Show Pleasure Mares and Geldings class with He's Primetime on Friday evening... Read More
  • Latest Isssue 8 24 19

    Read More
  • ReporTV Interview with Gardner Family

    In the interview that follows, Dickie, Cheyanne and Dakoda Gardner share their thoughts after Score Diamond In The Ruff won his third world championship at the 81st annual Celebration... Read More
  • Swift-moving Saturday morning cools down while competition REMAINS HOT!

    A slightly overcast sky that cooled things down a bit was a welcomed part of the environment for Celebration show goers Saturday morning, Aug. 24 — and the grounds felt alive and well, as did the action inside the Calsonic Arena... Read More
  • Youth Spotlight: Landon Coffey

    The following Q&A took place between Landon Coffee and Walking Horse Report editorial director Sadie Fowler... Read More
  • ReporTV Interview with Emma Wright

    In the interview that follows, Emma Wright shares her thoughts following her World Championship acclaim with Extra Special Jose in the Youth 11 & Under Mare class for the second year in a row. Read More
  • Latest Issue 8 23 19

    Read More
  • Rowdy crowd really turns up the heat Friday morning

    Twelve classes showed in front Celebration spectators Friday morning, Aug. 23 and entertained a lively group of spectators. In fact, the heat inside the Calsonic Arena was hotter than it had been so far this week with a hearty group of fans cheering loudly class after class. Half of the morning’s classes were dedicated to the youth riders of the industry... Read More
  • Live action art … PHOTO OPS ENCOURAGED!

    There’s a new addition to this year’s Celebration grounds and anyone who likes taking photos or loves social media needs to check it out! The exciting new feature can be found hanging on the big brick wall outside the Celebration office and folks won’t miss it as they walk by, thanks to the eye-catching piece of art made by Crystal O’Neal, owner of Paint with Pizazz in Shelbyville, Tennessee... Read More
  • First Friday night match-ups keep crowd entertained

    Keeping with tradition while adding an extra special twist, the first Friday evening of the walking horse industry’s annual August tradition kicked off Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. in Maverick Arena with 13 classes prepared to show in front of the judging panel tasked with evaluating the 81st edition of the show... Read More