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Published by Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse, 2018-12-18 12:06:29

VTWH Dec 2018, Vol 57 Issue 6

Final edition of 2018 calendar year. Merry Christmas, everyone, enjoy the flipbook magazine and the christmas themed photos.

Keywords: Tennessee Walking Horse,Horse,Equine,Equestrian,TWHBEA,Tennessee,Walker,Voice Magazine

Owned by: A B5RxWUGCCE
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The Dr. Jim Baum Family
Trained by: Callaway Stables

4xWGC & 5xWC

Tunica Fall Classic
Grand Champion

Owned by

Jo Ann Dowell
Powell, Ohio



DECEMBER 2018
VOLUME 57 | NO. 6

WWW.TWHBEA.COM

10 14

Cover Features Events/Horse Shows

A Bruce Pearl 15 BOSTON KATE TILLMAN 10 NORTH CAROLINA
5x World Grand Champion 22 WDAA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP
Tennessee Walking Horse 30 WORLD GRAND
Owned by: The Dr. Jim Baum Family 14 TUNICA FALL CLASSIC
River Tree Farm CHAMPIONSHIP RIDERS 18 ALABAMA JUBILEE
Shelbyville, Tennessee 39 FOND FAREWELL
Trained by: Callaway Stables Columns
Every Issue
DECEMBER 2018 • VOLUME 57, ISSUE 6 4 FROM YOUR PRESIDENT
43 STALLION DIRECTORY 6 FROM THE EXECUTIVE
44 HORSEMAN’S DIRECTORY
47 ADVERTISERS’ INDEX DIRECTOR
46 FOTO FINALE

Owned by: 185xWGC

The Dr. Jim Baum Family
Trained by: Callaway Stables

Owned by North Carolina Championship
Jo Ann Dowell Amateur Western Trail
Powell, Ohio Pleasure Champion Unanimously

©Sandra Hall

FROM YOUR PRESIDENT

from the president

David W. Williams

“Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors,
and let every new year find you a better man.”

W Benjamin Franklin
e are at another end to a wonderful year at TWHBEA. The banquets are over, New
and Old officers have been seated , and the meetings have been adjourned. We all now
get ready for the quiet of winter and the anticipation of a new Spring and another crop
of wonderful Tennessee Walking Horses.

I would personally like to congratulate all of our Award winners at our 2018 TWHBEA
banquet. Your hard work with your Tennessee Walking Horses does not go unnoticed. We have
a new group of legendary horses added to the TWHBEA Hall of Fame and some very astute
and knowledgeable breeders were recognized for their lifetime achievement of raising Tennessee
Walking Horses.

The most prestigious award a breeder of Tennessee Walking Horses could receive is the
TWHBEA Master Breeder Award. This award is given by a committee comprised of past winners
and our leadership at TWHBEA. Congratulations go to Ray Beech, the Tommy Grider Family,
Kenneth “Pete” Banks and Rock McEwen, the 2018 inductees to Master Breeder ranks.

I am humbled and honored to be returning as President of TWHBEA for my 3rd and final
year in my term. With the help of many dedicated members, I feel the new growth TWHBEA is
experiencing will continue well into the future.

I would like to thank our staff at TWHBEA for a wonderful and productive year. I would also
thank some of our outgoing Executive Committee members whose dedication to the betterment
of TWHBEA was quite evident. Thanks go to Nancy Lynn Greene and Allison Thorson. I also
want to thank Ford Gates who had to leave us earlier in the year. These 3 individuals made
TWHBEA their priority while they sat on the Executive Committee and for that we are thankful.

Again, it’s been my pleasure to serve as your president,

David W. Williams 4
President TWHBEA

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

©DARIEN WILLIAMS

©DARIEN WILLIAMS

FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

TWHBEA – Lewisburg, TN

RORY R. WILLIAMS

Executive Director|General Editor

Happy Holidays to you all! December is here already, and the year 2018 AD has flown by like a,
well, like the wind. We at TWHBEA and the Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse ™ Magazine
have had a wonderful year and thank you all for the business, the time spent in fellowship over such
a wonderful breed of horse and showcasing that breed for the benefit of our own posterity. As the holidays
close, and the new year begins with all the resolutions and “gonna do’s” remember that family and friends
need your support and faith all year long. Be humble in spirt, pleasant in demeanor and do the right thing
for every situation in life.

Now, in our business this year we made some substantial gains in THREE of our metrics that we use to
determine the state of the industry. Registrations and transfers were positive year over year and mares bred,
reported ones, were over 250 greater than the year before at the same time. More than 120 transfers than
in 2017 came in, partly owing to the November sale. (If you like that kind of promotional deal occasionally,
let your state or regional director hear from you.) More than 130 registrations came in over 2017 and we are
very thankful to have all of you doing business with the OFFICIAL breed registry for the Tennessee Walking
Horse. After all, if it’s not registered here, it isn’t a Tennessee Walking Horse.

We anticipate greatly the coming of 2019 and being in the FY 19 already, have begun to track metrics
for budget. This year, as you’ll read later on, we’re operating on a balanced budget of $1.2M. That figure
is arrived at by assumptions made from historical trends analyses to show growth or decline. We think the
industry is growing and have projected our budget to accommodate the growth and excitement amongst the
owners, breeders, trainers and enthusiasts out there in the world. We’re certainly looking forward to having
more TWHs export to Mexico and fill out their ranks of fine horses with even more fine imported Tennessee
Walking Horses.

So, happy holidays to all of you and your families. Be safe and joyful this Christmas season remembering
the greatest gift of all has and always will be HIS love.

God Bless you all.

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 6

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What a great breed

Hof oeruerigs rtoeatht ebrfueetudre THE DR. JIM BAUM FAMILY

“Continuing to support this great industry day after day, SHELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE
year after year, decade after decade.” VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

7

Wishing everyone
and Happy N

OUR CHARLIE’S
ANGEL

THE L A RITZ

© BARR STUDIOS

OWNED BY

Great Oaks Farm

AND BILL WILLIAMS

RIPPLEY, TENNESSEE

a Merry Christmas
New Year

JOSE’S
CONSUELO

I’M A PROUD
AMERICAN

NORTH CAROLINA CHAMPIONSHIPS

North Carolina Championships

The 49th Annual North Master’s Razzle And Jazz and
Carolina Championship Herbert Derickson claimed the
Horse Show was held North Carolina Championship
October 4-6, 2018 in Asheville, Grand Champion honors
North Carolina at the Western unanimously for the Alan Riddle
North Carolina Ag Center. Judges family, this was the second year
for this event were Jennifer in a row he claimed these honors.
Bingham, Johnny Puckett and Reserve went to Jose’s Power
Sam Sorrell. The North Carolina Broker and Keith Blackburn for
Walking Horse Association also Dan and Susan Erwin.
planned other activities throughout
the show such as a wine and Show Chairman Myra Helton
cheese exhibitors party, dog show was very happy with this year’s
and a meet and greet with the show and said “the North Carolina
2018 World Grand Champion, Walking Horse Association is
Gen A ‘Mighty and trainer Jimmy already working on the 50th
McConnell. Seven World Grand edition of this show and wants to
Champion were asked to exhibit invite everyone to the 50th Annual
during the show, Godfather By North Carolina Championships the
Ultra Copy and Alex Luttrell, first weekend in October 2019.”
Do Right and Patrick Thomas,
Mr. Trump and Taylor Walters,
No Mas Tequila and John Allan
Callaway, Cy Robinson and
Jamie Lawrence, Deal Me Aces
and Carol Missildine and Gen A
‘Mighty and Jimmy McConnell.

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 10

2xWC & RWGC

And Bob Adcock

North Carolina Championship
Amateur Gentleman Champion
Unanimously!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Bob Adcock Family.

Owned by 11 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

The Bob Adcock Family
Lititz PA

TITLE PAGE

with ALEX SINDEN

SOUTH CAROLINA CHAMPIONSHIP
TRAIL PLEASURE AMATEUR CHAMPION
TRAIL PLEASURE JUVENILE CHAMPION
WITH ELIZABETH DECKER
TRAIL PLEASURE AOT CHAMPION
TRAIL PLEASURE AMATEUR GRAND CHAMPION

OWNED BY: THE SINDEN FAMILY

with CAROLINE SINDEN

SOUTH CAROLINA CHAMPIONSHIP
COUNTRY PLEASURE AMATEUR CHAMPION
COUNTRY PLEASURE AMATEUR GRAND CHAMPION

OWNED BY: THE SINDEN FAMILY

with ALEX SINDEN

SOUTH CAROLINA CHAMPIONSHIP-
COUNTRY PLEASURE JUVENILE CHAMPION
WITH ELIZABETH DECKER
COUNTRY PLEASURE AOT CHAMPION

OWNED BY: SINDEN/ODOM

ALL TRAINED BY:
ALEX AND CAROLINE SINDEN

Thank you for all of your continued support throughout the year!

Blessings to you and your family during this holiday season!

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 12

2xWGC and 2xWC

and Lilly Beth Harville

2018 Youth 12-17
World Grand Champion

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

OWNED BY:
KIMBERLEY WOOD MORRISON
AND LILLY BETH HARVILLE
HOLLY SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI

TUNICA FALL CLASSIC

TUNICA FALL CLASSIC

The Celebration’s Tunica Fall I’m Mayhem and Rodney Dick reserve in the Tunica Fall Classic
Classic Horse Show was held claimed the Tunica Fall Classic Grand Championship Stake for owner Gayle
November 1-3, 2018 at the Championship for owner JoAnn Holcomb.
Paul Battle Jr. Arena in Tunica, Dowell of Powell, Ohio. This talented
Mississippi. Jeanette Baucom, Jamie stallion is the 2018 Reserve World Another highlight of the show is
Bradshaw and Smokey Carswell Grand Champion and ended the the Andy Adkins Memorial Youth
marked the cards for the 63 classes season with a winning hand. Border Championship. Entries enter this class
with 415 entries. Run and John Allan Callaway finished wearing Boston Red Sox hats in honor
of the late Andy Adkins and are call
into the class individually. Miss Ebony
Rose and Ashley Cortez claimed the
top honors out of the twelve entries
for owner Sudie Reed.

Congratulations to all the winners at
the Tunica Fall Classic.

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 14

BOSTON KATE

Boston Kate Tillman
Boston Kate Tillman, daughter
of Brock Tillman and Lauran
Tillman made a very special ride
at the 2018 Tunica Fall Classic. She

won the Novice Juvenile class on I’m

Silver Too. What was so special was

she won her first blue ribbon ridding by

herself in the performance division at

the young age of four. This was a 17

and under class so Boston Kate was Cohen Abernathy won the class and

showing against much older riders. gave her a big hug of encouragement

Her father walking horse trainer afterwards. It did not deter her, just

Brock Tillman said “she is the most made her more determined to get it

determined child and has no fear,” right for the next show.

picked the perfect horse for her, 18 She is no stranger to the

year old, I’m Silver Too. Her first winners circle, winning

show on I’m Silver Too was made at the SSHBEA leadline

the North Carolina Championships championship at age two

in Ashville, North Carolina. In her and the leadline class at

first class Brock said “they were in a the Celebration at age

large class of top horses and riders three. Boston Kate is also

and did not have the best ride and looking forward to starting

they didn’t get a ribbon. She had a kindergarten next year and

better ride in the championship class, loves gymnastics.

but lost her stirrup and couldn’t get

her foot back in, but it didn’t frighten Congratulations to Boston

or unseat her and she got a standing Kate Tillman on a job well

ovation on her way out.” Her brother done.

15 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

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VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 16

Star Of RitzTITLEPAGE
And Casey Wright

Alabama Jubilee
Grand Champion
Unanimously

OWNED BY: 17 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018
HERB MURRATH
STONE MOUNTAIN GA

51ST ANNUAL ALABAMA JUBILEE

51st Annual Alabama Jubilee

The The 51st Alabama
Jubillee was held October
28 and 29, 2018 at the
Morgan County Celebration Arena
in Priceville, Alabama. Judges for
the 340 entries at this show were
Jennifer Bingham, David Landrum
and Kenny Smith.

Casey Wright and Star Of Ritz,
the 2018 Four-Year-Old World
Grand Champion claimed the
title of Alabama Jubilee Grand
Champion, for owner Herb
Murrath. This team has been
undefeated in 2018. Puttin’
Cash On The Line and Jimmy
McConnell walked their way to
the reserve in this class for owner
Kelsey Andrews.

Congratulations to all the
winners.

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 18



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aMMHWyeraarpityspthyCeMsNherveiaeswrtnmyYoaonseeraanrd

MYATT MANOR WON 5 WORLD
GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP and
8 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 7XWGC AND 8XWC

HONEY
BADGER

And LEMAR DEPOYSTER
TRAIL PLEASURE WORLD
GRAND CHAMPION

20

4X WGC AND 7XWC TITLE PAGE

MGiaGjei’sstic WGC AND 2XWC

And ELYSSE BRADFORD TALKIN’
DIRTY TO ME
ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE
WORLD GRAND CHAMPION And HARPER GRIDER
YOUTH COUNTRY PLEASURE
WORLD GRAND CHAMPION

EYE ON
THE TITLE

And LISA BAUM
TUNICA FALL CLASSIC
COUNTRY PLEASURE
AMATEUR GRAND CHAMPION

21 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

WDAA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tennessee Walking Horses and Gaited Western
Dressage at the WDAA World Championships

The Was it worth it? Why Dressage. So why go to the This is much bigger in feel and
drive all the way to Guthrie expense to go show at the WDAA atmosphere. You are trying to win
Oklahoma just to show at World Show? Because it is the like always but here you defend
another dressage show when I can only place our breed can show at your breed against all other Gaited
do that at home? What’s the big a USEF World Championships! breeds too. It is done in a light
deal?...
22
I’m sure every one of us asks
these type of questions every time
we consider leaving our area to
show at a big Gaited Dressage or
Western Dressage championship
like the World Versatility Show
or The International or even The
National. These are all amazing
shows and great championships
but they are TWH breed shows.
I push attendance at all three
because our breed leads in building
forward the two sports in Gaited

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

WDAA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

hearted way but at the end of the preparing! World because I was fatigued and
day everyone waits to see which It is also an amazing feeling unsure of my tests. Never again! In
breed rose to the top. May, I showed 9 horses in 12 tests
hearing your breed registry, and 24 rides. In July, I showed 9
There are other ways to win TWHBEA, announced over the horses in 20 tests and 31 rides
too so it isn’t all or nothing. Each loud speakers prior to the start of both English and Western over two
test/class is awarded ribbons each divisional competition at a days at our breed Championships.
and the winner gets a jacket like USEF Championship. I’m not promoting psycho but this
the one pictured with the event is what I chose to do to be ready.
patch on the back and the title Now for the reason of this I wanted the WDAA Championships
World Champion underneath. post, when I got home from the to feel like a vacation! So it went
You can add, on site, your horse’s WDAA World Show last year well and we won lots of amazing
name and what test or division having experienced all that we did things. This is not the point but the
too. I wanted this option because and saw, I wanted this buckle! I finally.
this was the first year for forth promised myself last November
level and Knight did very well. that no one would work harder The point is, I set a goal in
There are also breed high score than me preparing for my goal. November last year to begin! This
ribbons awarded to each Gaited is the same time I set my goal the
and Trotting breed for their high My first effort was to get help year before to begin but in 2016 it
score - ours was a 74.7 earned from the person who won top was to begin at our local schooling
by Banner Headlines in Intro test honors in the trotting divisions in shows offered through our local
4. Then there is the big prize, 2017 and won her belt buckles USDF GMO that offered Western
a silver belt buckle awarded for at the top levels, Joann Williams. Dressage tests. Back then I had to
the highest combined score of When you want to do your best, learn the western tests and how
your two best tests in a level with you seek help from the best! I to use the western tack. I was
the requirement that you must was very fortunate to get lessons extremely excited back then to
use test 4. In the Gaited side of from her three times through the enter our first WDAA sanctioned
competition we are awarded these year including the night before show in July in Tennessee just
in three areas, open levels 1-4, competition started at World. My prior to entering our first WDAA
open intro-basic and amateur second goal was to attend every World Championships. That seems
intro-basic. The open 1-4 prize WDAA sanctioned show in our like a decade ago but it was just
was the coolest thing I’ve ever area and luckily there were 8 last two years ago. Two years ago
won! I was honored to beat last year two at breed championships I knew nothing about Western
year’s winner showing in third so that we were tested at that Dressage and I didn’t even own
level against her showing in first level. My third goal was to show the tack. So I ask, is two year’s
level. My hardest challenge and so much that I knew every step effort worth becoming a world
why I worked like a maniac all year of every test and so often that champion? Begin...
nothing would make me tired! I
messed up two tests in 2017 at

23 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

2018 TWHBEA SPONSORS

Annette Weber John Callicutt

Cass Services Murfreesboro Wine & Spirits

D. A. McGovern Dr. Andy Sisk

David W. Williams Chris Hazelwood

Staff of TWHBEA 4-J Land & Cattle Company

Bobby Beech Abernathy Stables

Tenda Horse Products Kevin & Jerri Sue Arrighi

Jim & Cindy Heiting Ricky & Lisa Atnip

Blackwater Stables

Charles Gleghorn Thanks yo
Brad Tuttle Tri-Star Farms

Tom Kakassy & Christy Lantis

2018 TWHBELarry and Pam Russell

Dan Miller - Precious Memories Farm

Patti & Sherri Pollack Barry & Frances Edwards

Terry Grooms Bill & Debbie Woods

Perry & Kimberly Walden Bill & Karen Bean

Barry Frances Edwards Bling Tie Affair

Dr. David Daniels Bob Lawrence

Stallions of Rising Star Ranch Bobby Joe Jones

Ralph & Elaine Pinner Bonner Stables

Gary & Jennifer Batts Brookhaven Farms

Virginia Stewart Bruce & Linda Vaughn

The Winners Circle Horse Supply Bruce & Robin MacDonald

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 24

Candy Kluth 2018 TWHBEA SPONSORS
Carl Edwards & Sons Stables
Carroll Hutto Fantasy Farm
Cass Heavy Truck & Equipment Frances Bates
Cass Services Gayle Holcomb
Charles Gleghorn Georgia Career Institute
Chester Stokes Henry & Peggy Metcalf
Deb Insell Herbert & Jill Derickson
Howard & Briann Eastridge
ou to our Jim & Cindy Heiting
EA Sponsors Jim & Debbie Nichols
Joann Dowell
Denise Bader Keyser Joe & Janice Fostek
Derek Bonner Joe & Mary Alvarez
Donna Byard John Callicutt Family
Donna Hill Jones Equine Insurance Agency
Donnie Taylor Joyce Meadows
Dow (D.S.) Monier Kakassy Law Firm
Dr. & Mrs. Navid Monajjem Keith & Lorraine Rosbury
Dr. Bradley Woodruff Kevin Gilliam
Dr. Jim & Lisa Baum Kimberly Walden
Ella Kline L & M Awards
LaRue McWaters
Linda & Darrin Sisk
Linda Fox
Lindy Holt

25 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

2018 TWHBEA SPONSORS

Lisa Teel Nancy L. Greene
Lloyd Cassidy Paul Robbins
Lynn Womack Scott MacGregor Stables
Marsha Yzaguirre Dickie Gardner Stables
Mike & Leighanne Tibbs Ashley Frones
Molly Walters Hobby Horse Farms
New Beginnings Baptist Church John & Kathy Anderson
Ralph & Elaine Pinner Vickie Penick
Roach, Bob
Robert Deutsch Thanks yo
Robin Webb 2018 TWHBE
Ron Carney & Ben Moss
Saddlecrest Farms Thom Meek
Sarah Coffee Burks Tamra Steinbrecher
Scotty Brooks Stables Dr. Barbara Moersch
Skip McFarland Carrie Martin Stables
Jackie Whatley Dr. Joseph Leith
Jeff & Sallie Smith Terri Grooms
Donnie Taylor Dr. Linda Jones
Ella Kline Steve Lewis
JoAnn Dowell Kevin Gilliam
John Callicutt Ostermann Law, PLC
Marsha Kaiser Yzaguirre
Mike Floyd

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 26

Rex Richardson 2018 TWHBEA SPONSORS
Rutherford Farmers Co-Op
Curtis Rosemann Connie Graves
Steve & Sharon Rice Lindy Holt
Lisa Steinbach Everett (Butch) Allen
Legends Steak House Jean-Marie Degville
Denise Bader Keyser Hot Toipic Gaited Stables
Josef ’s Walkaway Farm Illinois Walking Horse Association
Nicole Carswell Tolle
ou to our Tucker Milling, LLC
EA Sponsors Michael Sullivan
Dr. Bradley Woodruff
Terry Hampton Rory Williams
Gene Smoky Carswell Edward Jones Investments
Gail Bayer Darby Oaks Stables
Corner Cleaners Gerrit Band
Gary & Jennifer Batts Donna Bray
Jessica Hlebak Bobby Jones
Dr. & Mrs. Navid Monajjem Jones Equine Insurance Agency
Millie Player Chris Pepmeyer
Darlene Buckner Charles & Carol Turner
L & M Awards Stellar Marine
Linda & Larry Starnes
Frances Bates
Susie Johnson
Larry Heiden & Debbie Wells

27 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

2T0IT1L8ETPWAGHEBEA SPONSORS

Thanks you to our

2018

TWHBEA Sponsors

Skip McFarland Rick Sherrill
Rising Star Ranch Sheree L. Bollinger
Margo Urad First Farmers & Merchants Bank
Sheryl Crawford Donna Ingle Hill
Spencer Benedict Stables Phyllis Langley
Steve & Kelly France Sherrie Szucs
Steve Murphree Kim Bennett
Ravenswood Farm Jim & Cindy Heiting
Terry Givens Will & Dianna Kirk
The Celebration, Inc. Bob Adcock & Family
Tom & Teresa Kincaid Dan Holmes
Virginia Stewart Jack & Wilsene Kwok
Wadsworth Farms The Beech Family
Walking Horse Trainers Association Thorsport Farms
Zenda Hill Farm WHOA
Dodi Speece

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 28

BUDGET SUMMARY

TWHBEA

FY19 Budget 12/1/18 to 11/30/19

Revenue Expense Total

Membership 292,553.19 292,553.19
Registry
G&A 579,044.68 (128,027.12) 451,017.56
Marketing & Gift Shop
Voice 17,000.00 (280,269.23) (263,269.23)
Horse Show Development
WVS 102,000.00 (94,188.00) 7,812.00
Youth & Other Programs
Payroll 178,673.61 (115,400.00) 63,273.61

22,500.00 (22,500.00) -

22,500.00 (22,500.00) -

7,500.00 (7,500.00) -

(551,387.13) (551,387.13)

1,221,771.47 (1,221,771.48) (0.00)

Key Assumptions:

Membership 3,400 Adult Members (New or Renewing)
12 New Lifetime Members
200 Youth Members
20 Yount Adult Members

Registry 2,550 Registations @ $65 average (based on 2018 actual average fee paid)
2,550 DNA kits & related expense
4,050 Transfers

G&A Depreciation, Maintenance, Taxes, Utilities to remain close to current year

Marketing $60,000 License Plate Revenue; $20,000 approved USGLE spending

Programs Approximately $50K net/net with each project challenged with being self-supporting
Futurity is usually not budgeted; approximately $20K sponsorship required to cover show expense

Staff 11 in-house employees; 6 full-time & 5 part-time
1 person commission only - solitics sponsorships
Includes Health Insurance for 6 employees and planned expense reimbursements

Capital Improvements - Wish List pending on cash position and/or sponsorships

Audio/Video System 15,000.00
LED Fixtures 10,000.00
Boardroom Remodel
French Door connectors to courtyard 3,000.00
Landscaping Between Walt/Rickey office 1,250.00
Paint Foyer 2,750.00
Landscaping & Front Lighting 3,000.00
7,500.00
42,500.00

29 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

Facts on World Grand
Champion Riders

Corrected from October issue

One Has Won It Five Times.

Winston Wiser – 1943, 1947, 1948, 1955 and 1956

three have won it four times.

Steve Hill – 1949, 1951, 1952 and 1953
Billy Gray – 1973, 1982, 1984 and 2010
Jimmy McConnell – 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2018

Four have won it three times. Only one father and daughter
have won it.
Sam Pascal – 1958, 1962 and 1963
Joe Webb – 1959, 1964 and 1978 Winston Wiser 1943, 1947, 1948, 1955 and
Doug Wolaver – 1960, 1965 and 1967 his daughter Judy Martin 1976
Casey Wright – 2013, 2014 and 2015

Eleven have won it twice. Only three brothers that have both
won it.
Floyd Carothers – 1939 and 1942
Jack Haynes – 1940 and 1941 Sam Pascal 1958, 1962, 1963 and his
Fred Walker – 1945 and 1946 brother Donald Pascal 1968 and 1972
Don Paschal – 1968 and 1972 Larry Edwards 1987, 2016 and his brother Gary Edwards 2011
Ronnie Spears – 1974 and 1990 Jimmy McConnell 2004, 2007, 2009, 2018 and his
Joe Fleming – 1975 and 1983 brother Jackie McConnell 1997
Sammy Day – 1980 and 1996
Ramsey Bullington – 1985 and 1986
Larry Edwards – 1987 and 2016
Steve Dunn – 1989 and 2002
Bud Dunn – 1992 and 1999

Only three women have won it.

Betty Sain – 1966
Judy Martin – 1976
Vicki Self – 1991

Four father and sons that have won it.

Carl Edwards 1950 and his sons,
Larry Edwards 1987, 2016 and Gary Edwards 2011
C. A. Bobo 1971 and his son, Bill Bobo 2003
Bud Dunn 1992 and 1999 and his son, Steve Dunn 1989 and 2002
Allan Callaway 2001 and his son, Bill Callaway 2017

VOICE • DECEMBER 2018 30



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Distance Program

TWHBEA Distance Program Entry Form

DATE__________________________

HORSE’S NAME ______________________________________________

REGISTRATION # _______________________

RIDERS NAME_______________________________________________

OWNER’S NAME (if different than rider)___________________________

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Please send this entry form along with a $25.00 entry fee to:

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Cash In Action

STEADY CASH X AN EVENING AT THE RITZ (EBONY’S EVENING SUN K.)

Standing at Owned by DETAILS
Taking the Plunge Farm GREG CASS, CASS FARMS
Stud Fee: $650
1201 Union Street Shelbyville, Tennessee $1,100 for two or more
Shelbyville, Tennessee 37160 Bred by: Scarborough Farms LLC
#20508950, 2005
931-492-4800, Greg Cass Otis Scarborough Black
Pine Mountain, Georgia

TWHBEA Gelding Opportunities Program
Entry Form

Date: ___________________________________________________________________

Gelding Name: ___________________________________________________________

Registration Number: ______________________________________________________

Owner/Rider: ____________________________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________________________________

Phone: _________________________________________________________________
Please enter the above named Gelding into the following GO! Program Division:

q Senior Gelding Division q Junior Gelding Division

(5 years old and over) (4 years old and under)

q Performance

q Pleasure

Please send this entry form along with a $25.00 entry fee per Competitive division to:

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P.O. Box 286 • Lewisburg, TN 37091

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Address: __________________________________________________________

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Please enter the above named Mare into the following Motivated Mares Program Division:

o Senior Mare Division o Junior Mare Division

(5 years old and over) (4 years old and under)

o Performance: This division is for mares competing in padded classes including Park Performance,
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FOND FAREWELL

Fond Farewell

Marvin Fly Equine Obituaries
Nashville, Tennessee
My Merry Valentine
Mickey Groom Owned by Robert Julius
Opelika, Alabama
Bartow, Florida
John Aaron Singleton
Apex, North Carolina Classy Spirit
Owned by Keegan Meadows
Dr. W. Spurgeon Warr
Phenix City, Alabama Quitman, Georgia

Sharon Wykoff
Bloomington, Illinois

Jose’s Delightful Pusher
Owned by The Alan Riddley Family

Kings Mountain, North Carolina

Steel Connection
Owned by Jo Ann Dowell

Powell, Ohio

39 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

Attention: TWHBEA Program Changes

On October 18th, 2018, the TWHBEA Executive Committee voted to
amend the Motivated Mare and GO! Gelding programs. Effective immediate-
ly, the programs will now offer a Performance Division and a Pleasure Division
ONLY. The versatility and trail portions have been removed from both Moti-
vated Mare and GO! Gelding programs to eliminate confusion among all spe-
cial programs offered through TWHBEA. If you would like to showcase your
flat-shod Tennessee Walking Horse in any of the 21 different events offered
please join our Versatility Program. If you are looking for the perfect trail pro-
gram TWHBEA offers a Distance Program that is sure to please. You can find
all programs that TWHBEA offers on our website www.twhbea.com under
the association tab -> programs or call the Program Specialist Mallory Maddox

at 931-35-0592.



Lynchburg Cake and
Candy Company

Located in the heart of Lynchburg, Tennessee,
which is known world wide for it's Tennessee
Whiskey, and the Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynch-
burg Cake and Candy Company is nestled just
off the road behind Mr. and Mrs. Thomas' home.
They offer free daily tours, and welcome all who
want to come and enjoy the story of The Lych-
burg Whiskey Cake, The Lynchburg Whiskey

Balls, and The Lynchburg Praline Pecans.

134 Cashion Road, Lynchburg, TN 37352
Phone: 931-759-7441

STALLION DIRECTORY

MISSISSIPPI 901/829-3303 stable, 901/458-4314 office, COAT COLOR CODES
GERONIMOS FIREBALL 20306959 BL 901/829-3333 residence, 901/458-9792 fax,
TO. By Ima Fireball Too, out of Geronimos email: [email protected], website: www. AC-Amber Cream Champagne,
Rose. Owned by Brad Maxcey. Standing at whiteoakstallions.com, Fee: $550. AM-Amber Champagne,
Circle M Farm, 852 Strengthfore Pleasant Grove AR-Bay Roan, BA-Bay,
Rd., Laurel MS 39443; 601/323-4828; email: STEEL CONNECTION 951441BL. BL-Black, BN-Brown,
[email protected] Fee: $500. By Clutch’s Sure Threat, out of Mark Plum BR-Black Roan, BU-Bucksin,
Perfect. Owned by Jo Ann Dowell. Standing at CC-Classic Cream Champagne,
MONTANA Fantasy Farms, Beverly Burgess Wood, 351 CH-Chestnut,
SKYE’S SAPHYRE STARLYTE21200786 Highway 82E., Bell Buckle TN 37020; farm: CL-Classic Champagne, TV-Tovero
BR, Sire Generator’s Dr Blue, dam Jose’s Bay 931/389-6983, residence: 931/389-6981, cell: CP-Champagne, CR-Cremello,
Lay. Owned by Debbie Jeppesen. Standing at 931/703-5378, fax: 931/389-6980. Fee: $650. GC-Gold Cream Champagne,
Walkers On Water, 170 Sun Prairie Road, Great GO-Gold Champagne,
Falls MT 59404; 406/799-2116; email [email protected] TEXAS GR-Grey, HR-Chestnut Roan,
mt.net; website: www.walkersonwater.com, RAF DUSTY’S ROYAL STETSON LR-Blue Roan PA-Palamino,
Stud fee $500 LFG, multi-mare discount. 21004153 BU. By Dusty’s Royal Flush, PE-Perlino, RR-Grey Roan,
out of RAF Cajuns Sunny Spirit. Owned by SB-Smoky Black, SC-Smoky Cream,
NORTH CAROLINA Bill and Sandy Martin. Standing at Running SO-Sorrel, SR-Sorrel Roan
JAZZ CRUISER20410275SO, Sire A Jazz Arrow Farm, 4230 Hwy 83 N. (PO Box 271), WH-White.
Man, dam Moments. Owned by Angela Tuck. Wellington TX 79095; 806/205-1235;email:
Standing at Walk Away Farms, 277 Strawberry [email protected], website: COAT COLOR CODES
Road, Reidsville NC 27320; 336-613-9138; www.runningarrowlonghorns.com, Fee: $350
email: atuck2triad.rr.com. Fee: $500. (Natural Service). OV-Overo, SA-Sabino, TO-Tobiano,
TS-Tobiano/Sabino
OHIO
GENIUS BOY’S LEGACY 20001188BL. COLOR PATTERN CODES
By Genius Boy Pride out of Classic Beam.
Owned by Joyce M. Moyer. Standing at D-Dun, G-Grey, R-Roan, S-Silver
Maple Crest Farms, 7009 Maple Avenue,
Castalia OH 44824, 419-684-9490, email:
wlmailhtml:[email protected]; website:
www.twhorses.com, Fee: Private Treaty.

OREGON ADVERTISE YOUR
BUM’S THREAT’S SUPREME 9710168 STALLION HERE.
BA. By Final’s Threat’s Supreme, out of Gee
Golly Bum. Owned by Al and Kristy Artman.
Standing at Walkers Of South 40, P. O. Box
1443, 3370 Brophy Road, Eagle Point OR
97524; 541/292-0175, email: [email protected]
yahoo.com, website: www.walkersofsouth40.
com, Fee: $500.

TENNESSEE CALL CAROL WAKEFIELD
I’M DARK VENGEANCE 950428 BL. By 931-993-6333 OR
Pusher’s Doing Time, out of Priceless. Owned by 931-359-0590
Mariella Fugger. Standing at Valton Rummage
Stables, Columbia, TN; 931-981-2210; Fee:
$400 or 2 for $700.

SILVER EXPRESS 955308 GR. By Power
Of Persuasion, out of Backcourt Foul. Owned
by Robert and Lisa Marbry. Standing at White
Oak Farm, Sammy Sanders, breeding manager,
10023 Rosemark Road, Atoka TN 38004;

43 VOICE • DECEMBER 2018

HORSEMAN’S DIRECTORY

ASSOCIATIONS, CLUBS & FINANCING FLORIDA
REGISTRIES FARM CREDIT MID-AMERICA, 2656 DARBY OAKS STABLES (B-BR-C-CT-
US-43 Lawrenceburg, TN 38464; 931/829- E-L-PL-S-SH-SP-T) Wayne Conkle, trainer,
CELEBRATION, INC., P. O. Box 1010, 2178; website: https://e-farmcredit.com. 595 County Road 552, Bushnell FL 33513;
Shelbyville TN 37162; 931/684-5915, fax 352/568-2001, fax 352/568-3351, email:
931/684-5949, email: twh[email protected], HORSE EQUIPMENT [email protected]
website: www.twhnc.com. BEDFORD TACK, INC., 8 miles north of
Shelbyville in Deason, 148 Edd Joyce Road, Bell GEORGIA
SPOTTED SADDLE HORSE Buckle TN 37020. Order toll free: 800/523- CARL EDWARDS & SONS STABLES,
BREEDERS AND EXHIBITORS 4971, 931/437-2211 fax. INC, Training and sales facility. Larry and
ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 1046, 2519 Hwy Gary Edwards, trainers. 689 Horse Farm Road,
231 N, Shelbyville TN 37162; phone 931/684- NATIONAL BRIDLE SHOP, 603 Evans Dawson GA 39842; 229/698-3770, 678/438-
7496, fax 931/684-7215, email: [email protected] Street, P. O. Box 926, Shelbyville TN 37162; 2190, 678/438-1535.
sshbea.org, website: www.sshbea.org. 931/359-3210, orders 800/251-3474, Fax
931/359-8551, email: [email protected], IDAHO
WALKING HORSE TRAINERS’ website: www.nationalbridle.com. FALLEN TREE RANCH (B-BR-C-PL-S)
ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 61, Shelbyville TN Gale Burns, owner, 993 S. Round Rock Ranch
37162; 931/684-5866, 931/684-5895 fax, THE WINNER’S CIRCLE, 603 Evans Road, King Hill ID 83633; 208/366-2257 res.,
email: [email protected], website: www. Street, Shelbyville TN 37160; 931/684-2912, 208/484-5115 cell.
walkinghorsetrainers.com. 800/298-7398, email: [email protected],
website: www.wcircle.com. KENTUCKY
AWARDS SPENCER BENEDICT STABLES,
L & M AWARDS, “We make the awards STABLES/FARMS Training, breeding and sales facility. Spencer
world champions wear,” Heather Beard, ALABAMA and Carrie Benedict, owners/managers. 345
owner, 619 Madison Street, Shelbyville TN BILL CANTRELL STABLES, 110 Matthews Mill Road, Glsgow KY 42141;
37160; 931/684-0010, 931/684-0011 fax, Richardson Road, Pheonix City AL 36869; 270/590-5235 Spencer’s cell, 270/590-5285
email: [email protected], website: www. 334/297-2771, 706/366-9806. Carrie’s cell; Email: [email protected] Check us
LandMawards.com. out at www.spencerbenedictstables.com.
INDIAN LAKE STABLES, Training and
BUSINESS sales facility, Bradye Mills and Tim Smith, MYATT MANOR TRAINING STABLES,
LYNCHBURG CAKE AND CANDY trainers, 3442 Indian Lake Lane, Pelham AL Specializing in flatshod Tennessee Walking
CO.,134 Cashion Road, Lynchburg TN 37352; 35124, 205/239-1938 Horses, Hannah Myatt, trainer, Bowling Green
931-759-7441. KY; 503/871-5755.
ARIZONA
EQUINE APPAREL ROCKAWAY HILLS RANCH, LLC ROCKY CREEK STABLES (B-BD-BR-
MARSHA’S ON THE SQUARE, Custom (B-BD-BR-C-CT-E-H-L-PH-PL-S-SP-T-V) Curt C-H-PL-S-SP-V) Maurice Worthington, owner,
and ready-to-wear riding and driving apparel, and Amy Rosemann, owners/trainers, 5601 E. Adam Woolen, trainer, 972 Rocky Creek Lane,
both English and Western; Marsha Shepard, Yucca Rd., Cave Creek AZ 85331; 408/480- Whitesville KY 42378; 270-925-3485, 270-
owner; Barbara Turner, manager; 115 South 3999, email: [email protected], 231-7579; [email protected]
Side Square, Shelbyville TN 37160; 931/684- website: rockaway-hills-walkers.com.
3500; email: [email protected], website: MICHIGAN
www.mdarriaga.com. CALIFORNIA BRANAM’S TRIPLE OAK FARM (B-BD-
POLLACK’S SILVER SPUR RANCH BR-L-F-FS-H-S-SH-V) also gait consultation,
EQUINE FEEDS (AI-B-BD-BR-C-F-H-L-PL-S-SH-SP-T) Sherri 10469 Halsey Road, Grand Blanc MI 48439;
ALLFEED/HILLSBORO FEED and Patti Pollack, owners, Lindsey Luna, trainer, 810-694-0997; website: TripleOakFarm.com;
COMPANY, All Feed-No Filler; Safe feed for 14990 Columbet Avenue, San Martin CA 95046; email: [email protected]
your champions. Made with the great walking 408/778-9745 stable, 931/205-2173 Luna,
horse in mind. Tennessee/Joe Green, Sr. 408/867-7360 fax, email: [email protected] MISSISSIPPI
(931)310-0063, Email: [email protected] DALE WATTS STABLES (B-CT-S-SH-T)
com, Plant: P.O. Box 125, Hillsboro,Alabama RUSS THOMPSON STABLES - Dale, Josh, and Jonathan Watts, trainers. Lucy
35643 TRAINING AND BREEDING FACILITY Watts, manager. 4025 Hwy. 51-N, Summit MS
(B-S-T) Gaited pleasure horses for sale at all 39666; Dale, 601/660-6194; Josh, 601/748-
EQUINE PUBLICATIONS times. Russ Thompson and Jamey Thompson, 0148; Jonathan, 601/810-2269; email:
VOICE OF THE TENNESSEE trainers, 15231 Pine Lane, Chino Hills CA [email protected]
WALKING HORSE, Official Breed Journal, 91709; 909/880-3340 stable, 909/597-1171
P.O. Box 286, 250 North Ellington Pkwy., res., 909/226-9671 Russ cell, website: www.
Lewisburg TN 37091; 931/359-1574; website: russthompsonstables.com.
www.twhbea.com.

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HORSEMAN’S DIRECTORY

MONTANA DICKIE GARDNER STABLES, WEST VIRGINIA
BREEZIE ACRES RANCH (B-BR-C-PL- Specializing in the training, sales and exhibition RIVERVIEW FARM, INC. (B-BD-C-PL-S-
S-SH) Marsha Wickman owner, 518 County of Tennessee Walking and Spotted Saddle SH) Bill Wright, owner, Route 2, Frazier Lane,
Line Road, Ft. Shaw MT 59443; 406/467-3750 horses in all disciplines. Dickie Gardner and Greenbottom WV (P. O. Box 1982, Huntington
phone/fax, 406/788-5802 cell. Crystal Deputy trainers. 415 Whitaker Road, WV 25720); farm 304/762-2432, business
Shelbyville TN 37160; 931/224-2730 Dickie, 304/697-7083, mobile 304/633-4492, email:
NEW JERSEY 540/830-8776 Crystal; Website: www. [email protected]
HABANERO HOLLOW (BD-PL-SH) Dr. dickiegardnerstables.com.
Carol Lamberson and Mike Wallace, owners, 34 WYOMING
Toad Lane, Ringoes NJ 08551; 908/284-0231, FORMAC STABLES Training and Sales MOUNTAINVIEW WALKING HORSE
email: [email protected] facility. Jimmy McConnell, trainer, 214 Dixon RANCH (B-BR-C-CT-E-L-PL-S-SP-T-V) Bill
Road, Shelbyville TN 37160; 731-884-9135. Maute, owner, Brook Curnow, trainer/manager,
OHIO 119 Rd 1AB, Clark WY 82435; stable/res.
MAPLE CREST FARM (B-BD-BR-C-CT- FOXFIRE FARMS (AI-B-BR-C-L-PL-S- 307/645-3034, fax 307/645-3337, email:
E-F-H-HSS-L-PH-PL-S-SP-TK-V) Joyce Moyer, SH-V) Donna Kerchinski, owner, 576 Jennings [email protected], website: www.
owner, Terrance Moyer, farm manager, 7009 Lane, Shelbyville TN 37160; 931/684-0093, mvhorseranch.com.
Maple Avenue, Castalia OH 44824; stable/ email: [email protected], website: www.
residence 419/684-9490, fax 419/684-5898, foxfirefarmstn.com. GERMANY
email: [email protected], website: JENNE’ STABLES (B-C-CT-S-SH-T) JOSEF’S WALKAWAY FARM (AI-B-BD-
http://www.twhorses.com. Justin Jenne’, owner, P.O. Box 723, Shelbyville BR-C-CT-E-H-L-PL-RH-S-SH-T-V) Am Neuhau
TN 37162; 931/224-2968, website: www. 17, D-86650 Wemding Germany; +49 9092
SHERRIE SZUCS STABLES (B-C-PL-S- [email protected] 967011, fax +49 9092 967018; mobile +49
SH-T) Sherrie Szucs, owner/trainer, 7880 State 151 12050366, email: wlmailhtml:[email protected]
Route 18, Bellevue OH 44811; stable 419/483- SHADY CREEK FARM (B-C-S) A full de; website: www.twhb.de.
2563, residence 419/483-4389, fax 419/483- plantation facility with both lite shod and heavy
1521, email: [email protected], website: shod, western and versatility. Bill Reed, owner/ NETHERLANDS
www.sherrieszucsstables.com. manager, 872 Allen Road, Murfreesboro LITTLE AMERICA (AI-B-BD-BR-C-CT-E-H-
TN 37129, 615/785-4214 cell; email: L-PL-RH-S-SH-T-V) MaryanZyderveld, Postbus
TENNESSEE [email protected] 6055, 5960 AB Horst, Netherlands; phone
SCOTT BEATY STABLES, P. O. Box 456, 0031-681426903, email: [email protected]
Byrdtown TN 38549; 931/864-3716, 931/864- SOUTHERN SERENITY RANCH, nl, website: www.littleamerica-twh.net.
6506, 931/397-6506. Howard Hamilton and Patrick Thomas trainers,
590 Parker Store Road, Cedar Grove TN 38321; CODES
BURCH FARM (BD-BR-C-F-FS-H-L-PL-S) 731/987-3007.
6876 Arno-Allisona Road, College Grove TN AI-Artificial Insemination, B-Breeding,
37046; 615/476-2322; email: [email protected] TEXAS BD-Boarding, BR-Broodmares,
gmail.com; website: www.theburchfarm.com. GOOD AS IT GAITS FARM (B-BR-C-S) C-Colts, CT-Colt Training,
Daniel and Marsha Yzaguirre, owners; 3434 E-Equitation, F-Farrier,
DANNY BURKS & SONS STABLES, Hwy 90 E, Hondo TX 78861; 830/741-8581; FD-Feed, FS-Foaling Service,
3160 Hwy. 231 A, Shelbyville TN 37160; email: [email protected]; website: www. H-Hauling, HA-Horse Auctions,
931/607-7126. goodasitgaits.com. HSS-Horse Show Supplies,
HT-Horse Trailers, I-Insurance,
CAROL CAMP STABLES at New Cannan MCDODI FARMS, walking, racking and L-Lessons, PH-Photography,
Farm (C-CT-L-PL-S-T-V) Carol Camp, owner/ spotted saddle horses, Dr. Jim and Dodi PL-Pleasure Horses,
trainer, 697 Swamp Road, Eagleville TN 37061; Speece, owners, Marco Suarez, trainer, Kim RH-Racking Horses,
615-395-4936 home, 615-972-6483 cell; Lewis, riding instructor. We offer horses for RE-Real Estate, S-Selling,
email: [email protected] sale, board, training and lessons. Located SH-Show Horses,
just 15 miles south of Fort Worth TX. 3812 SP-Spotted Horses T-Training,
RONNIE CAMPBELL STABLES, 106 CR 530 B, Burleson TX 76028; Website: TK-Tack, TR-Trophy & Ribbons,
Kinwood Avenue, Shelbyville TN 37160; 931- www.mcdodifarms.com; Email: [email protected] and V-Versatility
703-3453, 931/684-7573. mcdodifarms.com; 817/896-7073 barn;
817/614-0623 Dodi.
CARRIE MARTIN TRAINING (BD-BR-C-
E-HA-L-PL-S-SH-SP-T-V) 3065 Old Columbia
Road, Lewisburg TN 37091; 352-242-7683,
931-703-9547, email: wlmailhtml:[email protected]
hotmail.com, website: carriemartintraining.com.

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ADVERTISERS’ INDEX

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Co-Op............................41 Pioneer Stables...............16 250 N. Ellington Pkwy. • Lewisburg, TN 37091
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I’m A Proud American......8 The American Patriot......13
I’m Mayhem.......... IFC, 1, 5 The LA Ritz.......................9 Executive Director
Indy 500............................5 Trigger Treat......................5 Rory Williams
Jose’s Consuelo...............9 TWHBEA Staff................19
Machete............................3 Uptight Jose...................48 Office Administrator
Markel Insurance............40 Voice Magazine...............40 Kate Georgeson
Mr. Heisman.................IBC
Sales Support Staff and Facilities Manager
The Voice Magazine Staff The Voice, the Official Breed Journal, Paulette Ewing
(USPS 663-040) (ISSN 0505-8813)
General Editor is published bimonthly Marketing and Program Specialist
Rory Williams • [email protected] by TWHBEA Mallory Maddox

Ad Sales 250 N. Ellington Pkwy., Lewisburg, TN 37091. Database Administrator
Carol Wakefield • (931) 993-6333 Periodicals postage paid at Lewisburg, Rickey Clardy
Tennessee & additional mailing offices.
Sales Support/Graphics Canada Post International Publications Receptionist
Paulette Ewing • (931) 359-0593 Gloria Rambo
Mail Product Sales Agreement #1189689.
Production Provider POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Registry
Open Look Business Solutions Annette Rodgers, Christie Stephens
The Voice, P.O. Box 286, Lewisburg, & Marilyn Walker
TN 37091
Membership Recruiting/Magazine Sales
The opinions and statements expressed in TWHBEA Membership: Carol Wakefield
articles and advertising are not necessarily the $75 One-eighteenth which is for a
viewpoint or position of the staff or magazine. subscription to The Voice for the dues period. Sponsorship Recruiting
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Tunica Fall Classic
Amateur Stallion Champion

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BRUCE AND ROBIN MACDONALD
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