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Don’t Miss the WHTA Convention!

The WHTA Convention is just around the corner! Make your plans to attend now! All of the meetings and events will be held at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. Call the hotel now to take advantage of the discounted rate 615-261-6100!

The truck that will be given away at the Grand Prize Giveaway is a 2011 Chevy Silverado extended cab Z6. It is an LS package, fully loaded and is Summit White with Titanium colored seats. Please contact Dee Cantrell at or 706-366-1011 for information and to get your tickets. The popular band “Burning Las Vegas” will play during and after the Grand Prize Giveaway.

For more information about the WHTA Convention contact the Trainers' office at 931-684-5866.



10:00 am - ?  Silent Auction
   Saddlebred, Highland & Morgan Rooms

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm  W.H.T.A. Board of Directors Meeting
   Williamson Room

7:45 am - 9:30 am  W.H.T.A. Continental Breakfast
   Marble Entrance

8:00 am - 9:00 am  W.H.T.A. Renewal of Trainers License
   Outside Salon 6

8:00 am - ?   Silent Auction
   Saddlebred, Highland & Morgan

9:30 am - Noon  W.H.T.A. General Membership Meeting / Election
   Salon 6

10:00 – Noon  SHOW Show Managers’ Forum
   Williamson Room

10:30 am - Noon  Ladies Auxiliary Meeting
   Mustang / Quarter Horse / Palomino   
Noon – 2:00 pm  Horse Show Committee Meeting
   Appaloosa Room

8:00 pm - ?   WHTA & Ladies Auxiliary Grand Prize     Giveaway

Immediately following GPG Live Entertainment by Burning Las Vegas
   Hottest band in the South!
   Salon 6 – 10





10:00 am - ?  Silent Auction
   Saddlebred, Highland & Morgan

11:00 am - Noon  W.H.T.A. Youth Council Meeting
   Franklin Room

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm  Horse of the Year Reception
   Marble Entrance

7:00 pm - ?   Premier Horse of the Year Awards
              Salon 5-10

Immediately after awards ~ Finalizing of Silent Auction Items
                           Saddlebred, Highland & Morgan



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