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WHTA Auxiliary is Ready for 2013!

The Walking Horse Trainers' Auxiliary met on Saturday, December 1, 2012, at the Franklin Cool Springs Marriott in conjunction with the WHTA Convention to plan and prepare for 2013.
The Auxiliary will continue its yearly donations of $6,000 to therapeutic riding programs across the country that incorporate Tennessee Walking Horses in their programs.

The Auxiliary's main fundraiser, the Money Tree Classic Horse Show will be held on Friday, July 5, 2013 in Shelbyville, Tenn.

Officers for 2013 were presented by the nominating committee and were voted into office. President is Sarah Smith; First Vice President is Lynn Womack; Second Vice President is Heather Beard; Treasurer is Susan Coleman and Marguerite Sims is Secretary.

The Auxiliary is looking forward to 2013. For more information, to join or pay your dues, please contact one of the officers.

The 2013 officers are Second Vice President Heather Beard, First Vice President is Lynn Womack President Sarah Smith, Secretary Marguerite Sims, and Treasurer Susan Coleman.

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