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TWHBEA Releases Declared Canidates



The Tennessee Walking Breeders and Exhibitors Association (TWHBEA) located in Lewisburg, Tenn., has released their 2015 Declared Candidates.

?State Candidates'                    Name
Alabama                             Rex Higgins
Alabama                             Kelly Peevy
Alabama                             Terry Stone
California                            James Heiting
California                            Karin Pavlosky
Illinois                                Brad Woodruff 
Kentucky                            Kim Bennett
Kentucky                            Sheree Bollinger
Kentucky                            Melanie Lawrence
Kentucky                            Sam Sorrell
Kentucky                            Robin Webb
Missouri                             Donna Hill
Missouri                             James A. Huffman
Missouri                             Jeanie James
South Carolina                   Christy Lantis
South Carolina                   Helen C. Martin
South Carolina                   Vickie S. Pennick
Tennessee                         Frances Bates
Tennessee                         Herschel Blessing
Tennessee                         Alex Foreman
Tennessee                         Justin Jenne'
Tennessee                         Bobby Joe Jones
Tennessee                         Newton Parks
Tennessee                         Roger D. Richards
Tennessee                         Andy Rippy
Tennessee                         Nick Rippy
Tennessee                         Valton Rummage
Tennessee                         Peaches Carol Searles
Tennessee                         Virginia Stewart
Tennessee                         Lloyd Styles
Tennessee                         Allison Thorson
Tennessee                         Kathy Zeis
Virginia                             Steve Rice

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