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Bingham and Bobo step down from SHOW judges’ committee



Jennifer Bingham and Chris Bobo have both decided to voluntarily step down from their positions on the SHOW Judges’ Committee. Both Bingham and Bobo were selected to judge the 79th Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. The committee handles oversight of the judges licensed in the SHOW HIO, which includes complaints received on judges in the field.

“Both Chris and I have been honored to serve on the committee and hope to serve on it again after completion of our duties from the 2017 Celebration. However, we don’t want to cause any conflict of interest with any complaints or action needed in reference to the jobs we do at this year’s Celebration,” said Bingham.

The committee will now consist of Nathan Clark, Rollie Beard & Dr. Doyle Meadows.  Interim committee members will be Sam Sorrell & Jennifer Adams. Sorrell is an experienced judge in the industry and has judged every major showcase. Adams is a licensed judged with the American Ranch Horse Association and former American Quarter Horse Association judge that has also exhibited and trained Tennessee Walking Horses and Spotted Saddle Horses.
 

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