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WHOA relocates June 27th and 28th shows

The Walking Horse Owners Association would like to announce that the June 27th and 28th horse shows scheduled for Franklin, Kentucky have been moved to Edmondson Fairgrounds at Brownsville, Kentucky. The class schedule will remain the same with Eli Murphy judging the June 27th show and Glenda Levin judging the 28th show date. Both shows will start at noon each day.


WHOA will follow the State of Kentucky guidelines on holding a horse show. To protect others from possible transmission of the virus, anyone who exhibits COVID-19 symptoms or has been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the last two weeks cannot enter the show grounds.

Participants must assume responsibility for themselves and their own staff. Participation shall be at the risk of the participant. Participants should not congregate. Six (6) feet of distance must be maintained between people including in the warm-up area, gate and around the ring. Children or participants who are not competing should not attend.

Everyone is encouraged to wear mask or face covering where at all possible. In the DQP area anyone leading a horse through the DQP area MUST wear a mask during the entire inspection procedure. Only one (1) person allowed to go through inspection. Please bring your own mask.

There will not be a penalty for wearing a mask or not wearing a mask while riding in the show ring. Pre-entries are strongly encouraged and must be sent by email or fax to the WHOA office by 8 pm Thursday evening. Back numbers will be assigned by the WHOA office and may be picked up at registration (under the Trainer or owners name). Payment for entries may be made at this time.

Pre-entry forms may be found on the WHOA website ( or click on the links provided below.


Click Here for Printable Pre-entry Form

Click Here for Fillable Pre-entry Form


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