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First WHOA-PWHAK Versatility Show Was A Huge Success



 
The Walking Horse Owners' Association and the Pleasure Walking Horse Association of Kentucky joined forces to promote a new show on June 20 in Franklin, Ky., at the Kentucky Downs Racetrack. The facility offers a quarter down horse show arena adjacent to the racetrack that served as a perfect place for the first WHOA-PWHAK Versatility Show. The show featured 37 versatility and pleasure classes and began at 10 a.m. with Frankie Jo Bradley officiating. This show was also eligible for the KEEPS programs for Kentucky.

The show was a huge success with 180 entries making the gate call. Trophies were donated by Gobbler's Knob Farm of Franklin, Ky., and ribbons were provided by WHOA. The cash giveaway for this show was won by Bradley Richards. WHOA and PWHAK thank all the volunteers who helped to make this show a success.

For more information on the Pleasure Walking Horse Association Of Kentucky, go www.pwhak.com and for WHOA schedules and information go to www.walkinghorseowners.com or call 615-494-8822.


 

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