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WHOA Joins American Horse Council



Murfreesboro, TN - The Walking Horse Owners' Association (WHOA) is proud to announce that it has been accepted as an Organizational Member of the American Horse Council. It is a great honor for WHOA to be given the opportunity to represent the Tennessee Walking Horse as part of this illustrious organization. "We look forward to working with the American Horse Council to increase the opportunities available to our Tennessee Walking Horse community. We are both honored and eager to represent our great breed," stated WHOA President Dee Dee Miller.
 
Founded in 1969, the American Horse Council exists to represent the horse industry in Washington before Congress and the federal regulatory agencies. Its goal is to ensure that the industry works together in Washington to accomplish the ultimate goal of "Keeping Opportunities Open" for the horse industry. "We welcome WHOA as a member of the American Horse Council. The AHC works on many national issues like taxes, access to public lands, immigration reform, welfare issues, and response to contagious equine disease outbreaks that impact all breeds and segments of the horse industry. We are glad to have the support of WHOA as we work on these and all national issues that impact the horse industry," said AHC president Jay Hickey.

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