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Celebration Releases Class Splits; Studs Will Be Divided



The 76th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration will be held August 20-30, 2014 in Shelbyville, Tennessee.  In preparation for the industry’s premiere event, The Celebration released the class splits for the Walking Stallions, Five Years and Over, Canter, the preliminary to the World Grand Championship on the last Saturday night.  These entries that show in the preliminary, along with any former World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horses, will be eligible for competition the last Saturday night.

Competing in the A division will be the following:
I’m Copperfield
Jose It Ain’t So
Mr. Heisman
Swing Batter Batter Swing
A Strong Need For Cash
Star
Folsom Prison Blues
Honors

Competing in the B division will be the following:
He’s Vida Blue
MP2
Lucky Grand Slam
Lampshade
Magic’s Pure Ritz
Gen’s Black Maverick
He’s Unleashed
He’s Slim Shady

A total of 13 classes were split in 2014, compared to 11 in 2013 however in 2013 the Two-Year-Old Stallions were split three divisions and this year that will only be split in two divisions.  Entries closed on August 5th and preliminary figures have 996 horses competing making up 1,784 entries.

The full list of class splits are:
25. O/A Two Year Old Stallions
50. Three-Year-Old Stallions
73.  Three Year-Old Mares
77. Two-Year-Old Mares
82. Walking Stallions, Five Years And Over, Over 15.2 Canter
91. O/A Four-Year-Old Mares or Geldings
112. Two-Year-Old Stallions
121. O/A Two-Year-Old Mares or Geldings
126. O/A Three-Year-Old Stallions
130. Fine Harness
131. O/A Three-Year-Old Mares or Geldings
139. Walking Stallions
153. O/A Lady Drivers, Fine Harness
 

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