Skip to content

And the WHTA Winners Are...



WHTA Horse of the Year awards

WEANLING:

1st: Look Who's Taking Command, owned by Hoyte Eakes

2nd: Jazz Attraction, owned by Curt Washburn

YEARLING:

1st: I'm Shania Twain, owned by Roger Richards

2nd: Don't Touch Me I'm Armed, owned by Nelms & Washburn

TWO YEAR OLD:

1st: PGA, owned by Lanier & Bratcher

2nd: Gold Poison, owned by Graham Holt

THREE YEAR OLD:

1st: The Stanley Cup, owned by Dr. & Mrs. R. Rigual

2nd: Jose's Intimidator, owned by Randall & Martha Ferguson

FOUR YEAR OLD:

1st: NYPD, owned by the Rick Compton Family

2nd: Ted Williams, owned by Jim & Kay Green

15.2 & UNDER:

 1st: Private Charter, owned by R. Bud Moore

2nd: Johnny Walker Red, owned by Gary & John Legate

SHOW PLEASURE:

1st: Coin Maker, owned by Moore & Littell

2nd: Music In The Sky, owned by John Eldridge

PLANTATION PLEASURE:

1st: Lit Ups Double Time, owned by Randall & Gloria Dixon

2nd: Armed Red Baron, owned by Joe Dixon

PLANTATION PARK SPECIALTY:

1st: Armed Red Baron, owned by Joe Dixon

2nd: Metro Grand, owned by Wayne Hall

LITE SHOD PLANTATION:

1st: Double Java, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

2nd: Pushers Beaming Pride, owned by Jim & Debbie Nichols

LITE SHOD PLANTATION SPECIALTY:

1st: Pusher's Beaming Pride, owned by Jim & Debbie Nichols

2nd: Double Java, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

JUVENILE 11 & UNDER:

1st: Sunrise Que Sera Sera, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Glen Crutchfield

2nd: Collectors Mindy, owned by Amy Ann McCormick

JUVENILE HORSE:

1st: Pushers Special Design, owned by Bob Ramsbottom

2nd: New York, New York, owned by Mann, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Eagle

LADIES HORSE:

1st: Miracle at the Ritz, owned by Waterfall Farms

2nd: Gen's Fire N Ice, owned by Stonegait Farms

2nd: Silverado Spirit, owned by David & Erin Graf

TWO YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Jose Dot Com, owned by the Mike Chiappari Family

2nd: Shock Jock, owned by Michael & Becky Coleman

THREE YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Jazzed Up, owned by Bramlett & Wilson

2nd: JFK's Monopoly, owned by William & Sandra Johnson

FOUR YEAR OLD AMATEUR:

1st: Secretive, owned by the Keith Baker Family

2nd: Texas Salsa, owned by Wink & Nancy Groover

AMATEUR SPECIALTY:

1st: A Specialist, owned by Stonegait Farm

2nd: John F.K.'s Pusher, owned  by Bruce & Robin MacDonald

15.2 & UNDER AMATEUR:

1st: Gossip, owned by Bea Whitehead

2nd: The Phantom Menace, owned by Deerwood Manor

2nd: Gen's Color Me In, owned by the G. R. Trimble Family

AMATEUR HORSE:

1st: Generators Champion, owned by HySteppin Farms

2nd: Golden Sovereign, owned by the Dan McSwain Family

WALKING PONY:

1st: Silver Design, owned by Ronnie & Jennifer Woodward

2nd: Sky Walk, owned by Stanfill Stables

FINE HARNESS:

1st: Hal's Six Shooter, owned by Floyd & Coleman

2nd: General Custer, owned by Stephen Bourne

BEST ONE NIGHT SHOW:

1st: Woodbury Lions Club, Woodbury, TN.

2nd: Red Carpet Show of the South, Pulaski, TN.

BEST MULTI NIGHT SHOW:

1st: International Grand Championship, Murfreesboro, TN.

2nd: Gulf Coast Charity, Gulf Port, MS.

AGED HORSE:

1st: The Black Night Shade, owned by Tom & Judy Waite

2nd: Main Power, owned by Holland, King & Kilgore

TRAINERS SHOW CHAMPION: The Black Night Shade, owned by Tom & Judy Waite

More Stories

  • Obituary – Sam Hartsell

    Sam “Shot” Hartsell, age 74, of Newport, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2018, in Knoxville. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nan Hartsell and parents, Floyd and Viola McMahan Hartsell... Read More
  • WHOA announces International judging panel

    The Walking Horse Owners' is pleased to announce the three judges selected by current WHOA members. Charlie Brown, Shelli MeHaffey and Lonnie Messick will officiate the 40th Annual International Pleasure & Colt Championship.

    Read More
  • Savannah Lions Club adds classes

    The 52nd Annual Savannah Lions Club Show, scheduled for June 23 at 6:30 pm, has added two classes to their original schedule... Read More
  • Equine Obituary - Gen’s Armed & Dangerous

    The Report has recently learned of the passing of Gen’s Armed and Dangerous. The beautiful stallion was the 1994 Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champion. Read More
  • Ohio Valley adds class

    Ohio Valley Walking Horse Association show, scheduled for June 23 in Stanford, Kentucky, has added a 4 and Under Trail Pleasure to their show.  Read More
  • Walking For Hope Show updates

    The Walking For Hope show, scheduled for June 16, has selected Chris Zahnd to judge this year’s event. Originally scheduled to start at 4:00, the show will start at 5:00 pm. Read More
  • WHOA Versatility revises class schedule

    The Walking Horse Owners Association has added 5 classes to its June 16 show scheduled at Tennessee Tech, Hyder-Burk Facility in Cookeville, TN. The show starts at 10 am and is a casual dress show (boots, long pants, shirts with a collar) and "Youth 11 and Under" are required to wear a safety helmet. Read More
  • Putnam Co. Fair selects judge

    The Putnam County Fair and Upper Cumberland Walking Horse Association are pleased to announce that Newton Parks of Murfreesboro, Tennessee will judge this year’s event... Read More
  • Wartrace selects judge

    The 112th Anniversary Wartrace Horse Show has selected John Fikes of Hamilton, Alabama to judge this year's event and has released their class schedule... Read More
  • Walking For The Children selects judge

    The Walking For The Children Show, scheduled for July 26, has selected Aaron Self of Murfreesboro, Tennessee to mark the cards for this year's event. Read More