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What A Horse To Provide Celebration Video Services



What A Horse will be the 2010 video coordinator of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.  As the video coordinator of the 2010 Celebration, What A Horse will provide the pay-per-view live stream of the Celebration performances as well as the live feed to the barns on the Celebration show grounds.

What A Horse has contracted Dean Johnson Video to provide the single horse class videos.  Also, class highlight videos will be done by Dean Johnson Video and put on the Walking Horse Report results as well as the Celebration web site.

What A Horse is encouraging pre-orders for both the barn feeds and single horse videos.  To pre-order a barn feed contact Jerry Harris at jerry@whatahorse.com and to pre-order horse videos contact Dean Johnson at showhighlights@charter.net.

All prices will remain the same in 2010.  An all access pass for the 11 days will be $64.95.  A single day pass from August 25-September 1 will be $9.95/day.  A championship pass which includes September 2-4 will be $34.95.  A nightly pass for any night from September 2-4 is $14.95/day.  These packages will be available beginning July 1, 2010 at www.whatahorse.com.

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