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WHOA High Point Banquet Sold Out



The Board of Director's and staff of the Walking Horse Owners' Association would like to thank its High Point winners for a sold out awards banquet. The awards banquet will now be covered live by Dean Johnson. We would like to thank Dean Johnson for his service and support of WHOA. To view the ceremony links may be found at www.WalkingHorseChat.com or www.WalkingHorseOwners.com
 
Stud fees up for auction at the banquet are nontransferable and valid only for the 2011 Season. They include: Ample Cash, Pusher All Color, Generators All Color, Generators Silver Dollar (min bid $500), , Ted Williams, The Stone Cutter, Midnight At The Ritz, Main Power, Watch Out Jose, Rowdy Rev (min bid $500), Gold Power, (min bid $375), Revelation (min bid $355), The Dixie Lineman, A Strong Dollar (min bid $375), Stainless Steel, Black Diamond Ritz, Outta Line, The Coach (min bid $750), Bottom Line, Berend (Baron), JFK (min bid $500), Indigo Blue and Watch It Now (min bid $750). If not
noted minimum bids will be noted on bid sheets.
 
New Items up for bid are a Circa 1950's Celebration plate, 23rd edition of the official Celebration Souvenier Program, 25th Edition Celebration Official Program, "The Blue Ribbon" 9th Annual Celebration Edition, A Conversaton With Dr. Bob Womack (2003), and  much more.
 
The person that spends the most at the WHOA Silent Auction will receive a Lifetime Membership to WHOA valued at $1000. Anyone that is unable to attend and would like to place bids on any of these great Silent Auction items please email your bids to JoinWHOA@aol.com by noon Saturday, February 12.
 
WHOA invites everyone to attend the General Membership Meeting on Saturday February 12 at 10:00 AM CST at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum Miller Club in Murfreesboro, TN. 

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