On the first day, there were breeding classes for horses and ponies and an amateur handler class. There were under saddle classes for three, four and five year old horses and some jumping classes.
On the second day a pair of judges picked the Best Young Horse, for the East Coast, after a full day of classes. The top horse was a Virginia-bred colt.
Here he is again.
On Wednesday, the same pair of judges traveled to the West Coast to judge the same set of classes with the horses from that part of the country. The top horse was picked and then they determined which one, East or West was the very best. Here is the West Coast winner.