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Celebration Releases Stake Class Splits

The 77th Annual Celebration has released the entries in the A and B division of Class 83, Walking Stallions, Five Years and Over (Canter) which is the preliminary to the Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Championship Class.  

In the A division will be:
Mr. Heisman and Brandye Mills
Jimmer Fredette and Dale Watts
He's Vida Blue and Chad Williams
He's Slim Shady and Charlie Green
Gen's Black Maverick and Bill Callaway
Magic's Pure Ritz and Jeff Green
Lampshade and Bill Cantrell

In the B Division will be:
He's Unleashed and Chad Williams
Puttin' It On The Line and Scotty Brooks
Border Run and John Allan Callaway
The Bourne Legacy and Bill Callaway
Honors and Larry Edwards
A Strong Need For Cash and Michael Wright
The Lone Star Legend and Charlie Green

In addition to the qualifiers in the above classes, any horse that has previously won the Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Championship will also qualify for the final class on September 5th.  Last year, I Am Jose and Casey Wright used this qualifier to win the second of his back-to-back titles.  Also, any four-year-old that qualifies is also eligible to show in the final class.  I Am Jose won in 2013 as a four-year-old.

The 77th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration will be held August 26-September 5, 2015.

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