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WALKING HORSE OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION

OF AMERICA, INC.

 

FEBRUARY 17-18, 2006

MURFREESBORO, TN

 

Friday—February 17, 2006 (at the Double Tree Hotel, Murfreesboro, Tn.)

 

8:30 a.m.  Board of Directors Meeting- Salon A

 

11:00 a.m. WHOA Seminar- Salon B

Bobby Richards -Bitting & Shoeing

 

12:00 noon Lunch Break- Fanatics Restaurant (Double Tree Hotel)

 

1:00 p.m. WHOA Seminar/ Membership Meeting- Salon B

Tommy Hall- Events 2006 & National High Point Awards

Lonnie Messick- National Horse Show Commission Update

Question & Answer Forum

(The General membership Meeting to be web cast with a link on www.walkinghorseowners.com by Dean Johnson)

 

 

Friday—February 17, 2006 (at the Tennessee Room, James Union Bldg. on MTSU Campus)

 

6:30 p.m.   Cocktail Bar

 

7:00 p.m.   Versatility, R.O.M. and Academy High Point Banquet

 

Saturday—February 18, 2006 (at the Double Tree Hotel, Murfreesboro, Tn.)

 

9:00 a.m. Pleasure Horse Meeting and Register of Merit Meeting- Rosecran Room

 

9:00 a.m. Youth Meeting- Rutherford Board Room

 

 

10:00 a.m.  2nd Annual Waterfall Farms Colt Preview –Waterfall Farms Shelbyville, TN

 

Saturday—February 18,2006 (at the Tennessee Room, James Union Bldg. on MTSU Campus)

 

6:30 p.m. Cocktail Bar 

 

7:00 p.m. Banquet

 

Awards:  National High Points Presentation

        

  50/50 Giveaway Drawing

 

  Silent Auction close

 

 

BID NOW AND SAVE MONEY!

THE WALKING HORSE OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION WOULD LIKE TO THANK EACH OF THE FOLLOWING BREEDING FACILITIES, BUSINESSES AND STALLION OWNERS THAT DONATED STALLION FEES AND SPECIALTY ITEMS FOR PURCHASE TO THE 2006 WHOA CONVENTION SILENT AUCTION!

 

Derickson Training & Breeding Facility

Pushover’s Powerstroke

Owned by Glen & Virgie Crutchfield

Senor’ Generator

Owned by Mack Dekle

Waterfall Farms

JFK

Owned by Waterfall Farms

 

Summit Stallions at Sand Creek

Main Power  -2005 World Grand Champion

Owned by Holland,King, Kilgore

The Outlaw Jose’ Wales

Owned by Mr. & Mrs. Larry McLaughlin

 

Blue Moon Farm

Pusher’s High Voltage

Owned by Beckie Hicks

 

Fantasy Farm

Steel Connection

Owned by Jo Ann Dowell

 

SaddleCrest Farm

Back In Command

Owned by Crawford Colts, LLC

Pusher All Color

Owned by SaddleCrest Farm

 

Joe Martin Stables

Deja’ Blu

Owned by Joe & Cena Martin

All Skywatch

Owned by Joe & Cena Martin

He’s Stainless Steel

Owned by Joe & Cena Martin

 

White Oak Farm

Silver Express

Owned by Robert & Lisa Marbry

 

Lockhart Farm

Stormy’s Night of Pride

Owned by Lockhart Farm

Contact Mark Taylor @ 615-494-8822 or E-mail your bids to joinwhoa@aol.com

ALL STALLION FEE BIDS WILL START AT ½ THE CURRENT CONTRACT RATE

ALL FEES ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE AND TO BE USED WITH IN 2006

 

 

Some of the other great items in the 2006 WHOA Convention Silent Auction include:

 

·CELEBRATION BOX AND 2 BLUE RIBBON CIRCLE PASSES-  COMPLIMENTS OF THE CELEBRATION INC.

 

·PHOTO SHOOT WITH JACK GREENE (CALL FOR DETAILS)

 

·FULL PAGE BLACK & WHITE AD IN WALKING HORSE REPORT-DONATED BY DABORA INC.

 

·FULL PAGE COLOR ADD IN WALKING HORSE REPORT-DONATED BY DABORA INC.

 

·CUSTOM RIDING JACKET -DONATED BY VICTOR’S

 

·HARLEY DAVIDSON RENTAL -DONATED BY BUMPUS HARLEY DAVIDSON

 

THERE WILL BE MANY MORE GREAT ITEMS TO BID ON DURING

THE 2006 WHOA CONVENTION ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT

 

You may also Contact Mark Taylor @ 615-494-8822

or Email your bids to joinwhoa@aol.com

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