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WHOA Announces May Shows And April Membership Fee Increase



The Walking Horse Owners' Association is pleased to announce the following shows. Eight WHOA early May shows in six states cover the northeastern quarter of the country.  There is an exciting and challenging show for you whether you're looking for Dressage to All Day Country Pleasure. We invite you to attend a show near you in Tennessee, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Illinois or North Carolina. 
 
 
May 3 & 4 28th Annual SSHBEA Spring Show, Calsonic Arena, Shelbyville TN
Affiliation: WHOA
 
May 4 Pine Rock Farm Show Series Horse Show #3, Pine Rock Farm
100 J.A. Rogers Road, Kittrell, NC
Affiliation: WHOA. Judge: Shannon Gibbs
 
May 4 WHOA Versatility Show, MacGregor Stables, Murfreesboro TN
Affiliation: WHOA. Judge: Dee Dee Miller Sale
 
May 4 Wisconsin Spring Warm Up, Four Winds Eq. Center, Salem, WI
Affiliation: WHOA.
 
May 4 Illinois Walking Horse Association Spring Show, Heart of Illinois
Arena, 9201 Galena Rd, Peoria IL. Affiliation: WHOA.
 
May 4-5 Keystone Classic Horse Show, Quentin Riding Club, Quentin PA
Affiliation: WHOA.
 
May 10-11 Tarheel Plantation Classic, James B Hunt Jr Horse Complex, 1025
Blue Ridge Blvd, Raleigh NC 27607.
Affiliation: WHOA. Judge: Sandy Harris
 
May 10 WHOA Show (Kentucky Breeders Incentive Fund Eligible),
Kentucky Downs, 5629 Nashville Road, Franklin, KY 42134
Affiliation: International.Judge: Mark Taylor
 
Reminder: If you have not renewed your WHOA membership, the renewal fee is scheduled to increase after April 30, 2013.   
 

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