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Announcing New Spring Horse Shows



The Walking Horse Owners' Association would like to announce two new horse shows on Friday, April 18 and a three day show on May 15-17.  Both shows will be held at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Joe Lester of Montverde, Florida will judge the April 18th WHOA Spring Pleasure Show. The judge for the May 15-17 WHOA Pleasure Jamboree will be announced at a later date.
                                    
Stalls and camper hook-ups are available for either show. Stalls are $25 per night with camper spaces at $30 per night. Reservations for stalls or camper spaces may be made with the WHOA office.
 
Versatility classes will be included in the May show. The PWHAT Association will hold its show on Saturday, May 17 during the day with the WHOA show starting at 6 in the evening.  Show attire is required for both shows.
 
For future WHOA shows or to become a valued member of WHOA please see our website at www.walkinghorseowners.com
 
Click here for the April 18 Spring Pleasure Show

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