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Metro Ordinance Banning Walking Horses Deferred

The bill before the Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County that would ban the showing, exhibiting and sale of Tennessee Walking Horses, Racking Horses and Spotted Saddle Horses in Nashville was deferred tonight at the Council’s meeting...

Marshall County Horseman's Association Horse Show revises schedule

The Marshall County Horseman's Association will split the Four Year Old Amateur class. Class 22 will be Stallions and Class 22A will be mares and geldings...

International Rules Clarification

The 41st International to be held at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum July 26-August 3, 2019 has a few rules for clarification as follows...

ETWHA scholarship deadline approaching

The ETWHA Scholarship deadline is July 31, 2019. If you have or know someone that will be entering college or trade school for the 1st time please apply for consideration...

Walking For Hope announces new location and revises schedule

The Walking For Hope Show, scheduled for July 19, will be head at Brodhead Fairgrounds, in Brodhead, Kentucky. The show will begin at 6:00 pm and Jamie Tucker will mark the cards for this year's event...

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Birth Announcement – Bayleigh and Sky Watts

Sara and Josh Watts announce the birth of their twin daughters, Bayleigh Shea and Jordan Sky on July 1. Bayleigh weighed 6 lbs. 10oz. and was 18 ¾ in. long. Sky weighed 5 lbs. 12 oz. and was 19 in. long...

Cornersville splits class

The Cornersville Lions Club show on July 19, 2019 is splitting the Amateur Three-Year-Old class...

Obituary – Ross Perot

Two-time presidential candidate H. Ross Perot, a colorful and self-made Texas billionaire who was a big supporter of the Tennessee Walking Horse, passed away Tuesday, July 9 at the age of 89...

1st Annual TWHYA Bowl

The Tennessee Walking Horse Youth Association is proud to announce the 1st annual Horse Bowl. This event will take place during the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration on August 25th...

Obituary – Kevin Penick

Kevin Penick, of Summerville, South Carolina, took his final breath in his earthly body on June 29, 2019. He was surrounded by family, who will miss him dearly but know he is now pain free and enjoying his heavenly reward after battling cancer for the past five years.

Celebration names judging panel

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration has selected Jamie Bradshaw, Nathan Clark, Jamie Hankins, Kenny Smith and Robbie Spiller to judge the 81st Annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration. The 81st Celebration will be August 21st – August 31st on the historic show grounds in Shelbyville.

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Working smarter, not harder: Teamwork

For many years, the days surrounding the Fourth of July holiday have been filled with some of the steepest competition of the year in the Tennessee Walking Horse business. While the names have changed at times over the years, the few shows that collectively make up the “Fourth of July” banner in Middle Tennessee have long-been must stops on any contender eyeing toward the Celebration.