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June 26-27 Inspection Results



Copyright WHR 2009

SHOW has released inspection results from the shows of June 26-27, 2009.  On June 26, 2009 the Bedford County FFA Horse Show was held in Shelbyville, Tenn.  SHOW DQPs wrote 1 post show scar rule, one unilateral post show sensitivity violation, two unilateral pre show sensitivity violations and three unacceptable.

Also on June 26, the Hardeman County Rescue Squad Horse Show was in Boliver, Tenn.  SHOW DQPs wrote two unilateral sensitivity, one unacceptable, excused one horse for unruly and allowed a correction of a foreign substance violation to be re-inspected.

On June 27, 2009 the OK Hege show was held in Dunlap, Tenn.  SHOW DQPs wrote three unilateral sensitivity, two bilateral sensitivity, two scar rule, one foreign substance, one bad image and three unacceptable horses presented for inspection.

On June 27, 2009 the Northside Lions Club show was held in Samantha, Al.  SHOW DQPs wrote two unilateral sensitivity, one scar rule, one foreign substance, one heavy chain post show violation, and one unacceptable.

On June 27, 2009 the Chester County Lions Club held their show in Henderson, Tenn.  SHOW DQPs wrote one unilateral sensitivity, two scar rule, one foreign substance, excused one unruly horse and two unacceptable.

At upcoming shows a point of emphasis for SHOW DQPs will be proper shoeing.  Measuring tapes will be on site and used to confirm proper heel to toe ratio compliance.  “We are committed to enforcing the HPA and have been very encouraged at the progress made within in the industry.  In our enforcement of the HPA we feel strongly about shoeing regulations,” said Co-Compliance Coordinator Dr. Steve Mullins.

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