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Ballot for International judges now available



The Walking Horse Owners Association would like to announce that Ballots for election of Judges for the 2018 International Pleasure & Colt Grand Championship are in the mail. Along with the ballots are forms to submit different levels of sponsorship. Twenty-six WHOA Judges who wished to be included on the ballot are listed. Of these 26 only four may be selected for your vote; the top three judges will officiate at the International Horse Show. Ballots have been mailed to current WHOA Members and must be returned to the WHOA office by the 18th of June 2018.
 
Bids for the 2018 International Program are available for the Front cover, Center spread and Back page. All ads will be in color. Front cover bid for last year was $2,400 while the back cover bid was $600. Bid's for the Center spread is new for 2018. Bids may be placed by email to joinwhoa@aol.com, or called in to the WHOA office 615-494-8822. All bids must be received by the 18th of June 2018.
 
Interim Card Rule status: WHOA members who have attained their Interim card may only show in OPEN classes; the immediate family may show their own horses in Amateur or, Youth classes, including All Day Pleasure, but not allowed to show in Amateur Owned & Trained or, Owner Amateur Trained classes during the Interim period.

Thank you for your interest and cooperation. If you have any questions, please contact the WHOA office at 615-494-8822.

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