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Columbia Fall Classic Class Changes



The Columbia Fall Classic, scheduled for October 12, has made changes to their class sheet.

Located at the Maury County Parks & Recreation. For more information contact Ronald Morton at 931-698-5265 or David Sisk at 931-797-3139.

GPS Address: 1018 Maury County Park Drive

COLUMBIA FALL CLASSIC

SATURDAY NIGHT   OCTOBER 12   5:30 P.M.
MAURY COUNTY PARK   COLUMBIA, TN

JUDGE: TONY MERCER

A.      STICK HORSE (6 AND UNDER)
1.       WALKING WEANLING
2.       COUNTRY PLEASURE
3.       PARK PERFORMANCE OPEN
4.       TRAIL PLEASURE
5.       2 YR OLD MARE & GELDING *RIDERS CUP*
6.       AMATUER 3 YR OLD MARE & GELDING
7.       LITE SHOD OPEN *RIDERS CUP*
8.       OPEN SHOW PLEASURE *RIDERS CUP*
9.       AMATUER 2 YR OLD MARE AND GELDINGS
10.   JUVIENILE 12 -17 ON WALKING PONIES
11.   PARK PLEASURE OPEN *RIDERS CUP*
12.   3 YR OLD MARE AND GELDINGS *RIDERS CUP*
13.   AMATUER 4 YR OLDS(SPECIALTY)
14.   JUVENILE  11 AND UNDER MARE AND GELDINGS
15.   AMATEUR 3 YR OLD STALLIONS
16.   AMATUER MARE AND GELDINGS(SPECIALITY)
17.   JUVENILLE 12 -17 MARE AND GELDINGS
18.   3 YR OLD STALLIONS *RIDERS CUP*
19.   AMATUER  2 YR OLD STALLIONS
20.   AMATUER STALLIONS(SPECIALTY)
21.   4 YR OLD OPEN (CANTER)*RIDERS CUP*
22.   AMATUER PONIES(SPECIALITY)
23.   2 YR OLD STALLIONS *RIDERS CUP*
24.   AMATUER 15.2 AND UNDER(SPECIALTY)
25.   OPEN SPECIALTY
26.   AMATUER CANTER
27.   WALKING STAKE (CANTER) *RIDERS CUP*

REGULAR CLASSES   $35 ENTRY FEE   $50   $40  $30   $20  $10
RIDERS CUP CLASSES  $45 ENTRY FEE  $50  $40  $30  $20  $10
WALKING STAKE  $55 ENTRY FEE    $100  $75  $50  $50  $25

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT RONALD MORTON 931-698-5265
OR DAVID SISK 931-797-3139.

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