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P.C. Splash Classic Announces Judge



Todd Fisher and Thad Way, Executive Directors of The Gulf Coast Charity Celebration, Inc. are pleased to announce the judge for the 3rd annual PC Splash Classic to be held July 17th, 2009 at the Maury County Park in Columbia, TN.

The judge will be:
Jennifer Bingham from Shelbyville, Tennessee
  
This year the show will host the Walking Horse Trainers Association Riders Cup in eight classes:  2 Yr. Old Mares and Geldings; 2 Yr. Old Stallions; 3 Yr. Old Mares and Geldings; 3 Yr. Old Stallions; 4 Yr. Old Stallions, Canter; 4 Yr. Old Mares or Geldings, Canter; Stallions, 15.2 & Under, Open, Canter; and Walking Horse Championship Open.  We have made some very exciting changes this year.  The show will start at 5:00 p.m. and the gates open at 3:00 pm.   

The prize money is $125-$100-$80-$70-$60-Ribbons 6-8 places for all Rider Cup classes. The prize money is $75-$60-$50-$30-$20-Ribbons 6-8 places for all preliminary classes EXCEPT THE WALKING HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP OPEN (last class. The Walking Horse Championship Open prize money is $400 (+floral horseshoe, Cooler & Halter) $250 –175-125-75-Ribbons 6-8 places (no qualification necessary).

Mr. Fisher says, “It is Important for everyone to order and pay for sponsorships, reserved tables, box seating, rail passes, etc. on or before Friday, July 10th , 2009.   Reservations are needed because we have limited  space and seating available and they are going fast, so make your reservations NOW. Table locations, box seating, and rail passes will be given on a first come, first serve basis.

The Tennessee Walking Horse Trainers Youth Council will have a special area designated for them as the WHTA Youth Corner to “hang out” during the show and will be served a complimentary hot dog and drink to help enjoy the show.  So come on out and have a BIG TIME!

Mr. Fisher reminds everyone that “The PC Splash Classic can’t go on without the continued sponsorships and support” and encourages everyone to continue to support this great event.

For more information on the new classes, show schedule, reserved tables, sponsorships, box seats and vendor space call Todd or Thad at  (850) 914-9030 or (850) 527-2354. Tables will include seating for 8, ringside location and a catered meal with a dip of our Famous Lo-Country Boil, fresh Florida Mahi-Mahi and Tuna (broiled and fried), fried chicken, J Michaels famous cole-slaw, “Sister” Grits, baked beans, salad and dessert.

For those of you that join us every year, welcome back, for those of you that are first timers, we hope you are prepared for the red carpet treatment the PC Splash Classic has in store for you.  For a teaser, visit our web site at www.gulfcoasthorseshow.com.  See you in Shelbyville.

PLEASE MARK YOU CALENDARS FOR THE GULF COAST CHARITY HORSE SHOW AND MUSIC FESTIVAL TO BE HELD APRIL 21st – 24TH, 2010.



 

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