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TWHBEA International Program Opportunities



TWHBEA is currently seeking members with Judges Licenses and Show Management Skills to work on projects overseas and in Canada. While foreign language skills are not necessary, they would be desirable. Interested members should contact Nicole Carswell at ncarswell@twhbea.com or 931-359-0585 for more information.

The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Association, headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, is the oldest and most prestigious organization devoted to the promotion and protection of the breed. Founded in 1935, the breed registry was established to record the pedigrees of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Its goal is to maintain the purity of the breed, to promote greater awareness of the Tennessee Walking Horse and its qualities,to encourage expansion of the breed and to help assure its general welfare.

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  • **Updated Horse Show Schedule

    The Walking Horse Report will provide daily updates to the list of canceled and postponed horse shows... Read More
  • Online entry system available for Alabama Jubilee

    The Alabama Jubilee, scheduled for October 23-24, will take online entries up until noon on Friday, October 23 and 11:30 am on Saturday, October 24. Entries can be made at entermywalkinghorse.com.  Read More
  • Obituary – Christy Kakassy

    The Report recently learned of the passing of long-time walking horse owner and exhibitor, Christy Kakassy, on Monday, October 19, after a difficult battle with acute myeloid leukemia... Read More
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  • Equine Obituary – Pride's Jubilee Encore

    Sometimes a horse is destined for greatness and with the right group of people and a lot of hard work and determination, that level is reached. This was the case for 2001 World Grand Champion Pride’s Jubilee Encore... Read More
  • Dix River Fall Classic update

    The Dix River Fall Classic, scheduled for October 23-24, at the Brodhead Indoor Facility in Brodhead, Kentucky will be a SHOW–HIO show. The entry fee for flat-shod classes will be reduced from $30 to $15.  Read More
  • Thomas Seymore injured

    Thomas Seymore was injured during the Saturday evening performance of the Trainers’ Show. He was taken to Vanderbilt Medical Center with a broken ankle and other minor injuries... Read More
  • Larry Wheelon hospitalized

    Larry Wheelon is in the hospital in East Tennessee battling pneumonia and several other health issues. We extend our prayers to Larry and his family.  Read More
  • Bill Bobo hospitalized

    Longtime walking horse trainer Bill Bobo was hospitalized on Friday, October 9 at St. Thomas in Nashville, Tennessee. On Monday, October 12th, Bobo underwent open heart surgery to correct three blockages... Read More
  • Jimmy McConnell hospitalized

    The Report learned that Jimmy McConnell was hospitalized in Nashville, Tennessee following the Friday evening performance of the National Trainers’ Show. He suffered from a mild heart attack... Read More