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Talent Abounds In Aged Stallion Class Splits


The first Saturday night of The Celebration is typically known as “Stallion Night with the two divisions of Walking Stallions, Five Years of Age and Over.  The splits have been made for this year, and they fall like this.

Class 78A



It’s Bill The Kid

Russ Thompson


Gary Edwards

Jose’s Intimidator

Jamie Bradshaw

Smooth Like JFK

 Ray Gilmer

Gen On The Run

Justin Harris

Mister Push Button

Scott Beaty

Sky Jam

Allan Callaway

Jazz Country

Tim Smith

Another RPM

Rob Brainard

Santana’s El Nino

 Link Webb

Blue Blooded Bandit

Knox Blackburn

Atlanta Ritz

Larry Edwards

King Of The Jungle

Charlie Green

A Strong Dollar

Joel Weaver

Busting Special

Jimmy McConnell

Cash Maker

Tim Thompson

Jazz Cash

Allen Abee

He’s A Weekend Warrior

Joe Cotten

Steal Justice

 Jack Way

Class 78-B




Steve Hankins


Robert Stivers

Puttin Cash On The Line

Ray Gilmer

Victory Colors 

Jim Huffman

U C I’m Ultra Gold

Bill Cantrell

Skywatch’s Masterpiece

John Allan Callaway

Jose’s Hot Pepper

Tim Smith

Missed The Boat

Jason Day


Link Webb

Private Charter 

Knox Blackburn

General’s Show Stopper

Jeff Green

Cash’s All Star 

Larry Edwards


Joel Weaver

Rowdy Rev 

Bill Bobo

Watch It Now

Jimmy McConnell

The Who 

Jimmy McConnell

Impressive Motion 

Larry Latham

Don Diego 

Joe Cotten

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration takes place each year during the 11-days and nights prior to Labor Day. It is the premier event for the Tennessee Walking Horse, during which the breed’s World Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse and some 33 other World Grand Champions are crowned. It is a festival event, encompassing exciting classes in competition where more than $750,000 in prizes and awards are given.  Other activities include a barn decorating contest, a trade fair and a dog show. The 70th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is scheduled August 20-August 30. For more information, visit



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