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Tennessee Walking Horse Presented To Ambassador From Panama

Lewisburg, TN - The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) is pleased to announce that Gin Martini, a registered Tennessee Walking Horse, has been presented to Master David Samudio, Ambassador from Panama. TWHBEA was proud to be part of this presentation, which took place on June 14 at the home of Denny Hastings. Guests at the well-attended event included TWHBEA President Marty Irby, who presented the Ambassador with a one year membership to TWHBEA and a copy of Tennessee Walking Horse: An American Tradition, State Senator Jim Tracy and several state officials. Gin Martini was generously donated by Bo Teague and Rachel Jernigan.

Prior to the presentation, the Ambassador was treated to breed demonstrations at Chad Williams Stables and Circle T Stables. At Chad Williams Stables, Chad Williams and Aaron Self demonstrated the padded performance Tennessee Walking Horse aboard Command Again and WGC I’m Packin A Pistol. At Circle T Stables, Laurie Toone demonstrated the pleasure Tennessee Walking Horse aboard WGC A Red Ruby. All in all the demonstrations generated a great deal of interest and excitement.
Marty Irby, Command Again, Chad Williams, Adolfo Samudio, Master David Samudio, Denny Hastings and Harry Hunt.
Adolfo Samudio, Cindy Day, Marty Irby, Hunter Morgan, WGC A Redy Ruby, Laurie Toone, Master David Samudio, Harry Hunt and Denny Hastings.
Marty Irby presents Master David Samudio with the Tennessee Walking
Horse, An American Tradition. Adolfo Samudio looks on.             
Rachel Jernigan and Bo Teague present Master David Samudio official papers to Gin Martini.
Cindy Day, Marty Irby, Gin Martini, Master David Samudio, Adolfo Samudio, Rachel Jernigan and Bo Teague.

Special thanks to all who made this presentation and the demonstrations possible. It is truly a great day when we can come together to spread the word about our outstanding breed of horse.

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