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Streaming Video Returns To Celebration



Shelbyville, Tenn. - The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is proud to announce that “What A Horse” will provide a live streaming video webcast of the 71st Annual Celebration.  The project will allow fans around the world to view the event via computer for the fifth consecutive year.  Viewers will have an option of purchasing nightly, championship weekend, or full show packages for The Celebration.

“It is an honor for us to be associated with The Celebration and we look forward to providing a quality viewing experience for those horse enthusiasts not able to attend,” said Jerry Harris.   Stated Celebration CEO Dr. Doyle Meadows, “We are happy to have one of our corporate sponsors, What A Horse, step up and provide a service to the Tennessee Walking Horse fans across the world.”

The live stream will be provided online by visiting www.whatahorse.com.  The link to the stream will also be placed on The Celebration’s web site at www.twhnc.com and the Walking Horse Report at www.walkinghorsereport.com.

Prices for the stream are as follows:
Entire 11 day package - $69.95
Daily Fee - Wednesday August 26 - Wednesday September 2 - $9.95/day
Championship Daily Fee - Thursday September 3 - Saturday September 5 - $14.95/day
Championship Package - Thursday-Saturday September 3-5 - $34.95

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