East Tennessee Walking Horse Association
 
 

 
 
 
 2018 High Point Awards Banquet 
 
The ETWHA held their high point banquet this past weekend. The event was held at a new location Courtyard by Marriott, Sevierville, TN Saturday 19, 2019.  The night began with dinner then Mr. Bill Daughtery announced the awards part of the evening. Awards were given to 48 high point categories as well as 9 special awards. 
 
A few of those winners are listed - 3 Yr Old Open - No More Time Outs - Alan Deweese; Ladies Amateur Specialty - Ruby Lipstick - Sarah Burkes; 15.2 & Under Open - One Tine Soldier - Joe Robinson; Youth 12-17 - Speck in the Sky - Allison Hopkins; Youth 11 & Under - Ritz Tornado - Braxton Ailshie; Walking Pony Adult Amateur - Jose's Cartel - Kathy Pate; Plantation Pleasure Youth - Grits in Dixie - Kara Graham; Country Pleasure Youth - Tigre - Shea Sproles; 2 Year Old Racking - Superman - Gary Kiser; Trail Pleasure Racking - Dangerous Duchess - Franklin Harvey. 
 
The special awards listed - 2018 Performance Horse of the Year - Ritz Tornado; 2018 Pleasure Horse of the Year - Just Call Me Duke; 2018 Performance Horse Trainer of the Year - Keith Ailshie; 2018 Pleasure Horse Trainer of the Year - Chris Helton; 2018 11 & Under Rider of the Year - Tori Baxter; 2018 12 -17 Youth Rider of the Year - Allison Hopkins; 2018 Amateur Rider of the Year - Dana Holt; 2018 Racking Horse Rider of the Year - Chelsey Harvey; 2018 Racking Horse of the Year - Dangerous Duchess. 
 
The evening ended with a DJ and dancing til 1. We hope everyone that attended the banquet had a wonderful evening and hope we see you next year. If you are interested in becoming a high point member for the 2019 show season send in your application and check today.  Forms can be found on the forms page. 
 

 

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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.
 
 
 
 
 
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