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WHOA announces International judges



The 39th Annual International Pleasure & Colt Grand Championship, scheduled for July 21 - 29, 2017 is soon approaching and promises to be the year's greatest showcase for the flat-shod Tennessee Walking Horse. As is tradition, the show will be held at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University, 304 West Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
 
The show will feature a full compliment of classes including dressage, traditional rail and colt classes, versatility and a few just for fun and enjoyed by all ages. A new feature this year begins on Friday, July 21 with barrel racing in Peewee barrels, open gaited horse barrels and open 4D barrels.
 
The 2017 class schedule, stall or camper reservation, rules and regulations forms may be downloaded by clicking on the International tab on the WHOA website: www.walkinghorseowners.com.
 
Judges for the 2017 Pleasure & Colt Grand Championship are as follows:
Jason Bachert - Missouri              Dee Dee Miller - Tennessee

Kevin Gilliam - North Carolina       Bobby Richards - Tennessee
Joni Abney will judge Dressage, Jumping & Hunter Hack classes
 
For more information see the WHOA website or e-mail: joinwhoa@aol.com

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