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Trainers' Show Update

National Walking Horse Trainers' Show Updates Schedule

    The Trainers' Show, held March 30-April 2, has announced the following updates to its class schedule:

Class #4 now  reads:
Walking Horse Auxiliary Equitation Adult Class, 18 & Over, MUST CANTER

Class #39 now  reads:
Walking Horse Auxiliary Equitation Medals Class, Youth 12 ­ 17, MUST CANTER

Added Class #40A ­
Walking Horse Auxiliary Equitation Medals Class, 11 & Under, Specialty
$50, $40, $30, $20, $10
Entry Fee $0


Board of Directors Meeting ­ Tuesday, March 29, 2005 ­ Blue Ribbon Circle ­
3:30 pm

General Membership Meeting ­ Tuesday, March 29, 2005 ­ Blue Ribbon Circle ­
5:00 pm

W.H.T.A. Youth Council Meeting ­ Saturday, April 2, 2005 ­ Calsonic
Conference Room ­ 11:00 am

W.H.T. Ladies Auxiliary Meeting ­ Saturday, April 2, 2005 ­ Blue Ribbon
Circle ­ 11:00 am


    The Walking Horse Trainers' Association Youth Council will be hosting a YOUTH HOSPITALITY ROOM during the 2005 Trainers Show.  The Hospitality Room will be open for the last 3 nights of the show (March 31 ­ April 2, 2005). This Hospitality Room will be located in the Calsonic Arena in the Calsonic Conference Room on the north side of the arena.
    This room will be open for children of all ages and we invite the youth and their parents to stop by.  Membership forms for the Walking Horse Trainers Association Youth Council will be available at the door.  ALL YOUTH AND YOUTH GROUPS ARE INVITED.
    Pizza and other refreshments will be served nightly on Thursday, Friday and Saturday only, games and movies will also be available.


    DEADLINE for individual Trainers to sign up for the W.H.T.A. RIDERS CUP PROGRAM is fast approaching.  DON¹T LET APRIL 2, 2005 PASS YOU BY.
Applications may be obtained from the W.H.T.A. office by calling 931/
684-5866.  Cost to participate is only $50.


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