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Trainers' Show Releases Class Schedule

The National Trainers' Show, scheduled for April 12-14, 2012, in White Pine, Tenn. has released their show bill for the event. The show begins at 6:30p.m. EST on Thursday and Friday. Saturday night's event starts at 5:30p.m.

For futher information, contact Marcia Allison at 931-684-5866.

Click here for PDF format of class schedule.


Schedule of Classes:

THURSDAY NIGHT, April 12, 2012 @ 6:30PM
  1. Model, Open
  2. Walking Mares & Geldings, 15.2 and Under, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  3. Country Pleasure (Riders 18 & Over)
  4. Amateur Two-Year-Old Stallions
  5. Lite Shod, Open, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  6. Amateur Two-Year-Old, Walking Mares & Geldings
  7. Pro-Am Class, Specialty (Amt. First/Prof. Second)
  8. Plantation Pleasure, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  9. Amateur Walking Stallions, Mares, & Geldings (Canter)
  10. Amateur Three-Year-Old Stallions
  11. Amateur Riders on Walking Horses, (Riders 50 & Over), Specialty
  12. Amateur Pony Class (Riders 18 Yrs. & Over), Specialty
  13. Park Pleasure, Open, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  14. Amateur Three-Year-Old Mares & Geldings
  15. Western Lite Shod, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  16. Amateur Four-Year-Old Mares & Gelding, Specialty
  17. Walking Stallions, Mares, & Geldings, 15.2 & Over (Five Yrs & Over), Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  18. Amateur Gentlemen, Specialty
  19. Amateur Park Performance, Specialty
  20. Amateur Show Pleasure, Specialty
  21. Amateur Four-Year-Old Stallions, Specialty
  22. ETWHA Ladies Auxiliary Specialty 

FRIDAY NIGHT, April 13, 2012 @ 6:30PM

  1. Amateur Yearling
  2. Youth Mares & Geldings (Riders 11 & Under)
  3. Amateur Lite Shod, Specialty
  4. Frances C. Gentry Ladies, Specialty
  5. Western Park Pleasure, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  6. Three-Year-Old Stallions, Open (RIDERS’ CUP)
  7. Open Yearling Fillies
  8. Four-Year-Old Mare & Gelding (Canter) (RIDERS’ CUP)
  9. Amateur Park Pleasure, Specialty
  10. Youth Mares & Geldings (Riders 12-17)
  11. Trail Pleasure Amateur, Specialty (English)
  12. Juvenile Show Pleasure (Riders 17 & Under), Specialty
  13. Open Yearling Colts
  14. Amateur 15.2 & Under Stallions, Specialty
  15. Youth Lite Shod, (Riders 17 & Under), Specialty
  16. Amateur 15.2 & Under, Mares & Geldings, Specialty
  17. Trail Pleasure Amateur, Specialty (Western)
  18. Three-Year-Old Open Mares & Geldings (RIDERS’ CUP)
  19. ETWHA Members Only, Specialty
  20. Park Performance, Open, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  21. W.H.T. Auxiliary Class, Specialty (Members Only)
  22. Show Pleasure, Open, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)

 SATURDAY NIGHT, April 14, 2012 @ 5:30PM

 STICK HORSE CLASS (Beginning of show)

  1. Two-Year-Old Mares & Geldings, Open (RIDERS’ CUP)
  2. Country Pleasure (Riders 17 & Under)
  3. Walking Stallions 15.2 & Under, Specialty (RIDERS’ CUP)
  4.  Trail Pleasure Juvenile, Specialty, Optional Tack
  5. Two-Year-Old Stallions (RIDERS’ CUP)
  6. Lite-Shod Open, Specialty CHAMPIONSHIP (RIDERS’ CUP)
  7. Juvenile Specialty CHAMPIONSHIP
  8. Trail Pleasure Amateur, Specialty, CHAMPIONSHIP (Optional Tack)
  9. Walking Ponies 60” & Under, (Riders 17 & Under), Specialty
  10. Park Pleasure, Open, Specialty CHAMPIONSHIP (RIDERS’ CUP)
  11. Four-Year-Old Stallions (Canter) (RIDERS’ CUP)
  12. Amateur CHAMPIONSHIP (Canter)
  13. Country Pleasure CHAMPIONSHIP
  14. Grooms Class, Specialty (Rider must NOT hold a Trainer’s Lic.)
  15. Amateur Specialty CHAMPIONSHIP
  16. Walking Horse Aux. Equitation (Riders 17 & Under), No Canter
  17. Show Pleasure, Specialty CHAMPIONSHIP (RIDERS’ CUP
  18. Walking Horse Aux. Equitation, Open, Canter
  19. W.H.T.A. CHAMPIONSHIP Stake (Canter) (RIDERS’ CUP)



















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