East Tennessee Walking Horse Association
 
 

 
 
 
East Tennessee Walking Horse Association 2018 Fall Classic 
 
 
GREAT News... The 2018 ETWHA Fall Classic horse show was a tremendous success having so much to be thankful. An exceptional showing of  411 horses entered the gate during this three day event ending with a new Walking Stake Champion - Jose's Red Rock with Chris Helton being crowned. With the walking and racking classes being heavily represented they both held an impressive array of horses.  Too many winners to name however, listed here are a few; Boosted - Brent Coburn for Judy Dotson, King of Kool - Bryan Barnhill for Lyn Lewis, Just Call Me Duke - Tori Baxter for Dana Holt, I'm Dixie Blue - Kara Graham for Graham/Jones, Brubaker - Scott Beaty for Tim and Laura Cochran, Bad Economy - Emily Kiser-Jackson for Emily Kiser Jackson, Defending The Title - Pam Williams for Pam Williams, She'z Nines Total Package - Brandon Givens for Anne Piet,  He's Buck Wild - Chelsey Harvey for Franklin Harvey, Black and Black Too - Colton Spivey for Colton Spivey & A Classic Action - Sarah Coffee Burks for Sarah Coffee Burks.
 
 The ETWHA would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone that participated, donated time, sponsored classes, as well as, the members, spectators, vendors, exhibitors, trainers and owners  for without you the Fall Classic horse show would not be possible. 
 
I am pleased to announce the ETWHA is donating $12,500 to St Jude  Children's Hospital. With the success of the show noted above you can take pride in knowing the children of St Jude will be helped with this years' donation.
 

 The children of St Jude Children's Hospital depend on organizations like the ETWHA to help with their care. Sadly in your lifetime you may know a child that battles cancer wouldn't you like to say you helped?  

Working together and helping us help a child.

 

2018 St Jude Children's Hospital Donation 
 
 St Jude ----- $12,500.00   
 

 

 

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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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