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Monday Evening Class Schedule Modified

In an effort to allow the trainers with multiple entries more preparation time between splits of the Two-Year-Old Stallion class, The Celebration® will conduct Classes 111 and 112 between the splits.  Traditionally the three splits, A, B, and C have been shown back to back to back.  On Monday evening, August 27 the class schedule will be as follows:
107   Owner-Amateur Gentleman Drivers, Fine Harness
108 *Walking Mares, Five Years & Over, Over 15.2 (Canter)           
109 *Classic Park Pleasure Walking Horses
110A *Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions
111   Owner-Amateur Riders 50 Years and Over on Park Pleasure Walking Horses
110B *Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions
112   Owner-Amateur Gentleman Riders on Show Pleasure Walking Horses
110C *Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions
113   Elite Owner-Amateur  Lady Riders on Walking Stallions
114 *Walking Mares, 15.2 and Under (Canter)
115   Owner-Amateur Riders on Park Performance Walking Horses
116   Owner-Amateur Riders on Walking Mares or Geldings
117 *Walking Stallions, 15.2 and Under (Canter)
Class 111, Owner-Amateur Riders 50 Years and Over on Park Pleasure Walking Horses, and Class 112, Owner-Amateur Gentlemen Riders on Show Pleasure Walking Horoses will show earlier in the evening performance.  “Hopefully this will allow the trainers more time and opportunity to show multiple entries in the Two-Year-Old Stallion class while allowing Classes 111 and 112 to show earlier in the evening,” said Dr. Doyle Meadows, CEO of The Celebration®.


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