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FAST Spring Showcase Updates

Versatility competitors, get your horses ready. The FAST Spring Showcase on Saturday April 30th is affiliated with the TWHBEA World Series. Garner points for your horses and qualify for the TWHBEA World Series Championship Show by competing in the 4:00 pm versatility session in Calsonic Arena. The FAST Spring Showcase is pleased to offer Trail Obstacle, Water Glass and Ribbons Class for competitors judged by Carol Wakefield. 

Remember also that all TWHBEA member owned horses receive points in the TWHBEA International High Point Program through this show’s affiliation. Plus, every trainer enrolled in the Rider Cup Program will get DOUBLE RIDER CUP POINTS.

Box seat are available rail side in Champions Arena for the performance show at 5:00 pm. Admission to the grounds is $5/ person, children under 12 free.  The rail side boxes are available by reservation for $40.00. Please phone Heather Beard at (931) 703-3349 or Brenda Carlon (931) 205-1643 to reserve the best seats in the house.

The Fast Spring Showcase benefits the industry through the many programs they administer which includes scholarships, education, promotion of the breed, horse show development, and legal assistance to the industry.  The FAST Spring Showcase appreciates any financial support for this show through your generous sponsorships. To make your tax deductible contribution sponsoring this show contact Denise Rowland (931) 703-7597, or email .

Make plans to attend and #SHOWYOURHORSES.  

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