Western Pleasure Super Sires Announces 2016 Dates & Addition of Non-Pro Yearling Longe-Line
Western Pleasure Super Sires is excited to announce the dates for the 2016 event to be held again in conjunction with the Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity. The Tom Powers event will be held from June 29th through July 3rd at the Berrien County Youth Fairgrounds in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The Western Pleasure Super Sires classes will take place on July 1st and 2nd.
WPSS has paid out over $219,000 in just three years and 2016 is looking to add even more incentive for owners of WPSS foals! The WPSS Executive Committee is very happy to announce that this year WPSS is adding a Non-Pro Yearling Longe-Line class to their list. This class will have a guaranteed $5,000 to first place and will take place on July 1st, 2016. With the addition to this class the WPSS Executive Committee feels it will increase interest in the program as well as the program sires while adding more opportunities for nominated foals.
WPSS will again be paying $10,000 to first place in the Limited Non-Pro and a Non-Pro Three Year Old Western Pleasure classes. Last year Clarissa Edgerton (Limited Non-Pro) and Megan Hawkins (Non-Pro) each received a $10,000 check! Who will the checks be written to this year? WPSS Three Year Old Classes will take place on July 2nd, 2016.
To find out if your foal is eligible and to make necessary nominations before the 2016 April 30th deadline, please visit www.westernpleasuresupersires.com.
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