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WHOA Gives Back Incentive Program Introduced



The Walking Horse Owners' Association (WHOA) is pleased to introduce a new incentive program aimed at encouraging and rewarding those that regularly compete at WHOA events. Generously sponsored by WHOA Director Phyllis Langley, the program will award $500 in bonus monies in each of five divisions - All Day Pleasure, Country Pleasure, Trail Pleasure, Lite Shod, and Classic Park. The monies will awarded via a drawing at the Association's annual awards banquet. In order to be placed in the drawing exhibitors must show in a given division at the International Grand Championships and must show a total of ten times in that division at WHOA affiliated shows throughout the year. For Country Pleasure, Trail Pleasure, Lite Shod, and Classic Park, there will be separate drawings for trainers and amateurs with one trainer and one amateur being awarded $250. For All Day Pleasure two amateurs will be awarded $250. 

Please note that members of the WHOA Board of Directors will not be eligible to participate in this program.

For more information contact WHOA at joinwhoa@aol.com or 615-494-8822.

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