East Tennessee Walking
Horse Association
You will find membership information, show schedules, High Point rules / regulations, membership lists, ladies auxiliary, youth league, link access and necessary forms within the website. Thank you for visiting.  

East Tennessee Walking Horse Association  -
2017 Scholarship Program
 Don't let this opportunity slip through your fingers. Apply TODAY.....

The East Tennessee Walking Horse Association will award one (1) scholarship of $1,000 based on academic performance, extra-curricular activities, and equine activities. The scholarship recipient is eligible to use the award for expenses at the college, university, community college or trade school of his or her choice. Only one (1) scholarship per individual will be awarded.

Application and attached copies (information on forms page - guidelines)  must be received by July 31 to be evaluated for award of scholarship.  Mail ALL corresponding material and paperwork to: 

Susan Harvey, 123 Welch Lane, New Tazewell, TN 37825




NOTE: The High Point Membership deadline has passed. Joining late? A late fee of $50.00, accompanied with the High Point membership $35.00 for a total of $85.00 and mail to Susan Harvey will get you caught up for the 2017 show season.  
Associate members may join any time throughout the year (no penalty) $15.00. 
** For more information around the High Point program go to the Forms Page.
Questions may email etwha@mail.com
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.