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Just Doin' My Time Tops PWHAT Banquet



By Linda Scrivner

MANCHESTER, Tenn. - The annual Pleasure Walking Horse Association of Tennessee (PWHAT) General Membership meeting and Awards Banquet was held at the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011. The evening began with a social hour with several wonderful items available at the silent auction followed by an exquisite dinner served buffet style. 

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Angie Hornaday made the presentation to Marilynne Macleod and Carol Hill, who claimed high point honors with Gen's Passionate Lady in the Trail Pleasure Three-Gait division. Macleod also accepted two awards won by Banner's Dixie Bell in the Plantation Pleasure Two-Gait and Model Mares divisions.

Jill Beech and Charlie Moore accepted awards for Sweet Sacrifice and She's An American Beauty, who tied for first in the Lite Shod Four & Under Two-Gait. Beech also picked up the Spotted Saddle Horse award won by Raisin' Issues.

Angie Hornaday was pleased to join Jenny Jackson as she received awards for Smart N Wicked in the Lite Shod Three-Gait and the Lite Shod Two-Gait classes.

Lynn Shost was presented the Yearling Trophy won by I'm Armed And Moving.

Ada Kitty Keen received the first of three awards for the evening. She gathered both the Trail Obstacle and the Water Glass awards won by Dolly Dumas, as well as the Adult Showmanship honors.

Rex Nance presented Tony & Tiny Bowling the Rail To The Trail award for the most trail rides.

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