The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association is pleased to announce that they will be a Bronze Star Sponsor of the 2010 World Championship of Colt Starting, Road To The Horse. Scheduled for March 6-7, 2010 at Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, this year’s event, which will likely attract 6,000 spectators from around the world, will feature world-renowned clinicians Richard Winters, Craig Cameron, and Ken McNabb.
As a Bronze Star Sponsor, TWHBEA will be featured prominently on the Road To The Horse web site. Additionally, TWHBEA will enjoy a well-publicized presence at the event with a booth, banners, announcer’s blurbs, inclusion in the event program, and representation on the event’s large LED screen.
Adding to the Tennessee Walking Horse excitement at this year’s Road To The Horse, Extreme Cowboy Race World Champions Tracy Pinson and Skyjacker’s Mountain High (a.k.a. Tuff) will be putting on a special exhibition at the event Saturday, March 6. This dynamic team is sure to impress as they combine both skill and speed. Sure to increase the crowds enthusiasm, clinician, Road To The Horse competitor and Extreme Cowboy Race founder Craig Cameron will be assisting Tracy and Tuff. After the exhibition, spectators will be encouraged to stop by the TWHBEA booth to meet Tracy and pick up an autographed picture of her and Tuff.
All in all, this promises to be a very rewarding marketing opportunity for TWHBEA and the Tennessee Walking Horse.
Go to www.roadtothehorse.com or call 877-772-5425 to buy your tickets for Road to the Horse. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to see the World Championship of Colt-Starting and learn more about TWHBEA.
The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ AssociationSM (TWHBEASM), headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, is the oldest and most prestigious organization devoted to the promotion and protection of the breed. Founded in 1935, the breed registry was established to record the pedigrees of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Its goal is to maintain the purity of the breed, to promote greater awareness of the Tennessee Walking Horse and its qualities, to encourage expansion of the breed and to help assure its general welfare.