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WHOA Hosts 605 Entries in Three Days

With three shows boasting record or near-record entries, the Walking Horse Owners' Association (WHOA) enjoyed a very successful weekend June 14th through the 16th.
On Friday, June 14th, a WHOA sponsored show in Franklin, Kentucky attracted 184 entries compared to a past record of 118 entries. Judged by the honorable Peggy Moore, this show was affiliated with the International Walking Horse Association (IWHA) HIO and exhibitors were eligible for Kentucky Breeders' Incentive funds.
On Saturday, a rescheduled rain date show, also held in Franklin and sponsored by WHOA, brought 166 entries out to vie for honors in front of Judge Jill Beech. This was also a Kentucky Breeders' Incentive show affiliated with the IWHA HIO. Finally, on Sunday, a WHOA sponsored and affiliated versatility show in Cookeville, Tennessee, saw 255 entries make the gate call. This show was adjudicated by the honorable Troy York. Special thanks to everyone that came out and made this weekend of WHOA shows such a success.

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