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P.C. Splash Classic Announces Judge



Executive Director Austin Brooks and Show Manager Todd Fisher of The Gulf Coast Charity Celebration are pleased to announce the judge for the 4th annual PC Splash Classic to be held July 15th, 2011, at the Lincoln County Horseman’s Association Ring in Fayetteville, Tenn.

The judge will be Ronnie Spears of Tullahoma, Tenn.

The Board of Directors for the Gulf Coast Charity Celebration are excited to have a judge with such experience and credit to his name at the PC Splash Classic.

This year the show will host the WHTA Riders' Cup in eight classes: Two-Year-Old Mares and Geldings; Two-Year-Old Stallions; Three-Year-Old Mares and Geldings; Three-Year-Old Stallions; Four-Year-Old Stallions, Canter; Four-Year-Old Mares and 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-$75-$50-$25-Ribbons 6-8 places for all Rider Cup classes. The prize money is $60-$50-$40-$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-$250-$175-$125-$75-Ribbons 6-8 places (no qualification necessary).

Mr. Brooks says, “It is Important for everyone to order and pay for sponsorships, reserved tables, box seating, parking passes, etc. on or before Thursday, July 17th , 2011. Brooks 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 show schedule, reserved tables, box seats, parking and sponsorships call Austin or Todd at (850) 914-9030 or (850) 276-1857. Tables will include seating for 6, ringside location and a white linen catered meal with our Famous Lo-Country Shrimp Boil and J Michael’s Restaurant famous cole-slaw and red beans and rice.

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!

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