East Tennessee Walking Horse Association
Important News and Update


NEW: The South Carolina Walking Horse Championship show has added the ETWHA Members Only class along with 7 Racking classes. The UPDATED  class sheet is attached. 



Join East TN Walking Horse Association Today

Joining the ETWHA has its benefits some of which include being around other horse show enthusiasts, an annual barn party, spring fun show, Fall Classic Horse Show all the while promoting a versatile horse - the Tennessee Walking Horse. These events are held to promote the Association along with raising money for St. Jude's Children's charity.

In January, a high point awards banquet is held awarding prizes to exhibitors and their horses based on accumulated points throughout the previous year.

In order to be eligible for these great benefits JOIN NOW. There are two types of memberships:

Highpoint membership (Family or Individual) - $35 prior to April 15th deadline). Qualifies for highpoints. 

If purchased after April 15th a late fee of $50 will be assessed.  The points will begin accumulating 7 days after receipt of payment or postmarked date. Family includes those living in the household married and their children under the age of 18.

Associate membership (Family of Individual) -$15. This membership excludes high point and awards.

Note: For special awards (i.e. performance horse, pleasure horse, amateur, and trainer of the year) the owner , rider, and trainer must all be high point members. For more information on rules and regulations of high points see high point tab.

For all forms go to the Forms Page within this website. 

Mail membership applications along with a check or money order to:


Jamie Ailshie

1124 Gap Mountain Road

Greenville, TN 37745



Tennessee Walking Horse Pad & Chain Study

GREAT News for a change. Attached below is a study published January 2018, the article was published in the American Journal of Veterinary Research. . The study objective was to determine the effects of stacked wedge pads and chains applied to the forefeet of Tennessee Walking Horses regarding behavioral and biochemical indicators of pain, stress, and inflammation. Please look at the 12 page study reading the objective, procedures, results and conclusion becoming informed on biochemical, stress and inflammation of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Please share...



Susan Harvey

123 Welch Ln, New Tazewell TN 37825  (423) 526-7541  


Horse Pad Study

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St Jude Children's Hospital Families

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A special Thank You to sponsors, exhibitors, spectators and volunteers.  

Without YOU this would not have been possible.  

Last year (2017) the ETWHA donated $10,000.00 to 

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Finding Cures. Saving Children.





Questions? Email us at etwha@mail.com.