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The Walking Horse Owners’ Association Presents 2004 Projects

The 16th annual Murfreesboro Kiwanis Club/WHOA Charity Walking Horse Show will be held May 22, 2004, at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tenn. A total of 30 classes will be featured including pleasure and performance classes. Craig Swagerty of Lehi, Utah, will serve as the judge.

An interview tape of Dr. Bob Womack can now be purchased through the Walking Horse Owners’ Association. The interview was conducted by Bob Cherry of Centerville, Tenn., at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum conference room, in the fall of 2003. Throughout the interview, the history of the Tennessee Walking Horse, the association, the Foundation House and many other topics regarding the horse industry were discussed. The tapes may be purchased through the WHOA office for $25. This includes postage and handling fees. Please send check or money order to: WHOA, P.O. Box 4007, Murfreesboro, TN 37129.

The WHOYA (Walking Horse Owners’ Youth Association) has a cookbook for sale. “What’s Cooking with WHOYA”, has many recipes from horse owners throughout the country. Some of which include appetizers, beverages, soups, salads, vegetables, main dishes, breads, desserts and other miscellaneous recipes. Also, you will find some useful dietary information. This is a fund-raising project for WHOYA. Cookbooks may be purchased through the WHOA office for $10. An additional charge of $3.00 for shipping and handling (if needed) will be required for a total of $13.00. Please mail checks to: WHOA, P.O. Box 4007, Murfreesboro, TN 37129.

For more information, you may contact the WHOA office at 615-494-8822 or go to their web site at

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