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Neshoba Classic Hosts Eight Riders’ Cup Classes



    PHILADELPHIA, Miss. – The Neshoba County Classic Horse 
Show held Saturday, June 2, 2007, has added two additional Riders’ 
Cup classes. They divided the Two-Year-Old WHTA Riders’ Cup into 
Class 15 which is now Open Two-Year-Old Walking Mares and Geldings 
Riders’ Cup and 15a which is the Open Two-Year-Old Walking Stallions 
Riders’ Cup. They also split the Three-Year-Old Riders’ Cup into two 
divisions also. Class 21 is now Open Three-Year-Old Walking Mares and 
Geldings Riders’ Cup and 21a is Open Three-Year-Old Walking Stallions 
Riders’ Cup.
    This makes a total of eight Riders’ Cup classes. In 
addition to the four above, there are also four other Riders’ Cup 
classes: the Open Four-Year-Old Walking Canter Riders’ Cup, the Open 
15.2 Walking Mares & Geldings Riders’ Cup. The Open 15.2 Walking 
Stallions Riders’ Cup and the Walking Horse Stake Riders’ Cup.
    Jennifer Bingham-Davis will judge the show that will 
start at 5:00 p.m. For additional information contact Stand Yates at 
601-656-5070 or 601-656-3065.

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