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Hall Speaks at Wisconsin Walking Horse Association Meeting



The Wisconsin Walking Horse Association welcomed Tommy Hall, Executive Director of the Walking Horse Owners’ Association, to their January membership meeting on January 11, 2003. A crowd of over 60 people turned out to enjoy and fine dinner at the Maple Inn in Ashippun, Wisconsin. After dinner, President Kricket Jewett called on each of the board members for reports on their area, and then Kim Sizer introduced the speaker.

Mr. Hall spoke not only on WHOA happenings, but also brought a complete update on regulations from Lonnie Messick and the NHSC. He brought news of the upcoming WHOA Convention, February 14 and 15, to be held on the Middle Tennessee State University campus in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. A colt preview will be held at the beautiful, state-of-the-art Miller Coliseum, where the 2003 International Pleasure and Performance Grand Championships will be held. Hall answered the Wisconsin area’s questions concerning regulations. The Wisconsin Walking Horse Association was pleased to have Mr. Hall to help prepare for the upcoming show season.

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