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Trainers’ Show marks changes

It’s that time again…show season is upon us…almost. The Trainers’ Show planning is well underway.  This year the show will be held on March 22-25, 2006 at the Calsonic Arena. This event embraces 74 great classes with a few changes...

1.     Pro-Am Class: The Professional Trainer will show first and the Amateur will end the class. There have been many requests for this change.

2.     Three-Year-Old Show Pleasure Class has been deleted, but Four-Year-Old and under show pleasure class has been added.

3.     Riders’ Cup has been added to the Three-Year-Old Classic.

4.     Four Amateur Trail Pleasure classes will be a part of the schedule line-up.

5.     Show will be dedicated to all Grooms. They will be asked to come to center ring during the lineup of the final class on Saturday night.

6.     All weanlings and yearlings will utilize the Champion’s Arena for warm up purposes.


8.     Refunds for all scratches for that day will be honored until 12 Noon each day.  After 12 Noon, refunds will not be made.

9.     Fax machine will be placed in the show office with a dedicated phone line. The ENTRY OFFICE FAX number will be 931-680-9407. *** The Trainers office fax number will NOT be a viable source for faxing entries.

10. Special exhibitions by Youth World Champion will be enjoyed by all.

11. Show time will be 6:30pm each night.

12. Flag bearers will again be trainer and son or daughter.

13. IMPORTANT: Joe Barnes and Barnes Equine Insurance Agency has been named the Official W.H.T.A. Equine Insurance Company. Their Supreme Sponsorship will sponsor the Three-Year-Old Classic. Their generous donation increased greatly the prize money for this class.

 The Trainers’ Association is excited about the 2006 show season. The Show Committee is pleased to share this information and changes with the walking horse world.

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