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TWHBEA Offers Member-Only Programs



TWHBEA offers many programs for anyone in the breed. Whether you are showing weanlings or yearlings, trail riding your pastures at home or on organized rides, teaching others to ride as a certified riding instructor, showing at horse shows in the performance, pleasure or versatility division, breeding mares or stallions, TWHBEA has several different programs for its members.

Every program offers even more value to your horse, especially if you do really well and like to self promote our beautiful breed, the Tennessee Walking Horse.Whether you are the owner, breeder, exhibitor or trainer, a TWHBEA membership is very important. Our programs are TWHBEA member only programs and points only get counted for members. Don't lose out on earning a high point award or claiming another title just because you were not a member. Choose a program today to get involved with and start earning points with your horse.

TWHBEA offers the following programs at this time: International High Point Program, World Series Show Program, Distance Trail Riding Program, Versatility Program, Futurity, Geldings Opportunities Program, Motivated Mares Program, Youth High Point Program, Certified Riding Instructor...just to name a few!

Just remember, in order to count points for your horses' winnings, the owner, rider and trainer has to be current members of TWHBEA! Good luck to all competing, now get out there and start claiming those points.

Click here to see the programs offered.

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