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Alabama Jubilee To Host TWHBEA Youth Medallion Class



The Youth Medallion Program is underwritten by TWHBEA and/or corporate sponsors. As this important program moves into its fourth year and continues to expand, the TWHBEA will begin to rely on show management to include the class and assume responsibility for paying the premiums. This will allow additional new shows to be added to the program.

The Alabama Jubilee to be held in Decatur, Ala., October 23-25 has included the TWHBEA Youth Medallion class. Because the Medallion Championship at the National Futurity ended this season's point race, premiums paid will be determined by show management and no points will be earned.

The TWHBEA congratulates the Alabama Jubilee on its decision to continue its participation in this prestigious program and for helping the TWHBEA to attain its goal of establishing independent Youth Medallion classes.

If you are interested in including the Youth Medallion class at your 2004 show, please contact Joni Jenne', youth/performance show horse coordinator, for the TWHBEA at (931)359-1574.

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