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April Showers Brought May Shows



The first of the WHOA affiliated horse shows kicks off with eight great shows in six states.  Be sure to join in and celebrate the new show season at one of these early spring shows:
 
The early May shows are:
                                                                        
May 5  Wisconsin Spring Warm Up, Walworth Co. Fair Park, Elkhorn, WI 
Judge: Newton Parks
  
May 5  WHOA Versatility Horse Show, Foley, AL
Judge: Frankie Jo Bradley
 
May 5  PWHAT Show, Lewisburg, TN
Judge: Larry Martin
 
May 5-6  Keystone Classic Horse Show, Quentin Riding Club, Quentin, PA
Judge: Peggy Moore
                                      
May 11 WHOA Show (Kentucky Breeders Incentive Fund Eligible), Kentucky Downs
Affiliation: International
Judge: Ronnie Sapp  
 
May 11-12  Tarheel Plantation Classic, Raleigh, NC
Judge: Roger Hand
 
May 12  Rocky Mountain, Don Marshall Chrysler Spring Classic, Liberty, KY
 
Class sheets are available on the WHOA website : www.walkinghorseowners.com. Additional May shows will be announced or see them now on the WHOA website. 
 
June is just around the corner with ten shows in a state near you. 
  
Renewals for a WHOA membership may be made online, or an application may be printed from the website. If you have any questions regarding the WHOA shows please contact WHOA at 615-494-8822.

 
 

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