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WHOA Announces High Point Show Series for 2013

The Walking Horse Owners Association announces the WHOA High Point Show Series For 2013 show season.

In an effort to increase awareness and exposure between the pleasure and performance horse sectors WHOA is pleased to announce the WHOA High Point Show Series.  Several shows will be designated as WHOA High Point Show Series “GOLD Shows” and will be worth triple WHOA high points for anyone who holds a WHOA amateur card.  The WHOA International shows will be worth quadruple points.  The four GOLD shows for the 2013 show season are:

Jackson Charity Horse Show – March 28- 30th 2013
WHOA International Championship (Pleasure) – July29-Aug 3rd 2013
Southern Championship Show – September 27 – 28th 2013
WHOA International Championship (Performance)  - November 15-16th 2013

All divisions and all classes will be counted as triple points for the GOLD shows. In addition there will be (casual) daytime versatility classes offered at the Jackson Charity and Southern Championship Charity shows.  Any exhibitor who shows in at least one class in 3 of the 4 GOLD shows (pleasure, versatility  OR performance class) will be awarded double WHOA Quest points for those  shows and will be recognized at the WHOA annual awards banquet held in February in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Make plans now to attend all 4 of these “GOLD” events !

Please go to for more information and to apply for or renew membership/amateur card online.


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