Skip to content

Celebration Shootout selling out

If you want to participate in this year’s Celebration Shootout, an annual event at the Riverbend Country Club, don’t wait on getting your tickets — it’s selling out fast! 

This year’s tournament will take place Sunday Aug. 26 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m.

“The shootout has become another Celebration tradition,” said Celebration CEO Mike Inman. “It’s a day of fun, fellowship and a chance for a year’s worth of bragging rights.”

This is the fourth annual Celebration Shootout and it is limited to 66 players. Inman said they’ve reached the maximum capacity each of the past two years so be sure and call early to reserve space for yourself or your team.

The entry fee is $80 per player. There is a two-flight minimum and numbers are determined by the number of teams. Price includes greens fees, driving range, lunch, drinks and prizes, which will also be given out for the longest ball, straightest ball and the all closest to the pin.

For more information contact Karen Inman at 205-238-1126 or Kellie at 931-884-5915.

More Stories

  • Walking Horse Trainers’ Auxiliary plans for 2019

    The Walking Horse Trainers’ Auxiliary met on Friday, December 14, 2018 at the Cool Springs Marriott in conjunction with the Walking Horse Trainers’ Association Convention... Read More
  • Trainers elect officers for 2019

    The Walking Horse Trainers’ Association held their annual election at their convention weekend at the Cool Springs Marriott... Read More
  • Riders' Cup showcased on Friday evening

    Since it’s inception in 2005, the Riders’ Cup program has grown to be a highly competitive and respected program. To date, over $900,000 has been paid out to dedicated trainers who continue to bring top horses to shows all across the country Read More
  • Celebration to require lease at time of entry

    The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration will continue its tradition of requiring ownership to show in amateur classes during the world championship horse show. In recent years, leases have become more popular and The Celebration would like to clarify its policy on temporary ownership. Read More
  • Farm Bill passes

    The Farm Bill appeared in the headlines throughout 2018, including within the walking horse industry as an attempt was made earlier this year to include language in the bill that would have affected the walking horse industry... Read More
  • Check off the horse lovers on your list!

    Simply renew your subscription at regular price and order as many gifts at half price as you need to complete your holiday shopping in one simple step. Read More
  • Latest Issue December 10 18

    Read More
  • Obituary — Lester John Anderson, Jr.

    Lester John Anderson, Jr., 69, passed away Nov. 21at his home in Piney Flats, Tennessee. John’s career as a Tennessee Walking Horse trainer spanned many years. He thoroughly enjoyed working and showing these beautiful horses... Read More
  • Equine Obituary – My Bright Star

    World Champion, My Bright Star, passed away on Thursday, November 22, 2018, from complications of colic. My Bright Star was born on October 3, 1998. He was 20 years old... Read More
  • Election yields changes to TWHBEA’s executive committee

    Two contested positions that required a ballot vote as well a couple more uncontested nominations resulted in a TWHBEA executive committee for 2019 that looks quite a bit different from last year’s. The election closed out the nearly three-hour annual International Board of Directors meeting Dec. 1... Read More