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FAST Fall Finale Adds Walking For Breast Cancer Pleasure Class & Amateur Specialty Stallions



The Foundation for the Advancement and Support of the Tennessee Walking Show Horse (FAST) has added a class to its inaugural Fall Finale on October 28-29, 2011.  The class will be 5A and will be named the Walking For Breast Cancer Amateur Pleasure Specialty.

“Due to the large response we have received for our Walking For Breast Cancer Amateur Specialty class we have decided to add this same class in the pleasure division,” said show manager, Julie Lambert.  The class will allow any shoe size and any pleasure discipline and judging will be based upon the ability of the entry in the particular discipline it’s performing.

FAST is waiving the entry fee for both Walking For Breast Cancer classes but asks that all entries make a donation in lieu of an entry fee.  All donations will be given to the Williamson County Breast Health Center who will have a representative to present a trophy to the winner. Every entry will receive a pink boutonniere when they sign up for the class.

FAST will also add class 45A to its schedule which will be the Amateur Specialty Stallions.

FAST is a 501 (c) 3 organization that’s mission is to promote, protect and preserve the Tennessee Walking Show Horse.  All donations to FAST are tax deductible and are put to immediate use in the industry.  For more information or to make a donation visit FAST online atwww.FASTWalkingShowHorse.org.

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