East Tennessee Walking
Horse Association
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 ETWHA Fall Classic Horse Show - October 19-21, 2017
It is official, the Fall Classic Horse Show begins in FOUR days. The charity, as in years past, is St Jude Children's Hospital. The ETWHA donated $10,000 last year and we hope to match or surpass that amount, but we need YOUR help. The children of St Jude depend on organizations like the ETWHA to help with their care. Check out the "Meet the Patients" file that was added to the Important News / Updates Page. Let's work together and save a child. 
The Walking Horse Stake class (#77) will offer an ADDITIONAL $500.00 to the first place winner in memory of Earnest C. & Leroy Jones by the Jones Family. 
If you would like to sponsor a class, 1/2 class, VIP table, ribbon, or trophy go to the forms page and print off and mail to the address on form. Don't feel you have time to mail? Contact Teresa Strickler for more information regarding sponsorship. Need a last minute vendor space? Contact Sherri Kiser and she will get you a spot to sell your items.
This three day event will offer vendor spots (inside and out), the $1,000.00scholarship winner announcement, 50/50 tickets, and horses, horses, horses. We hope to see you there. Make plans now!!! 
Great Smoky Mountain Expo Center, White Pine, TN 
East Tennessee Walking Horse Association  -
2017 Scholarship Program
 Deadline for the scholarship program has passed. Winner will be announced Saturday evening October 21, 2017 at the ETWHA Fall Classic Horse Show.



ETWHA Mission Statement 
  • The members of the East Tennessee Walking Horse Association are a diverse group of people with a common goal. To some of our members the walking horse represents their chosen profession. To others the horse represents their greatest pleasure. The goal of all of us is to secure the future of the walking horse. This is our highest priority.
  • Since any organization is made up of individuals with varying opinions and viewpoints, the situation demands of us that we work in the spirit of commitment, cooperation and most importantly unity. Therefore, we agree that to the best of our ability we will do, not what is best for us as individuals, but what is best for the walking horse.
ETWHA does not support nor condone the abuse of any animal.
Our charity for over 10 years.