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Paint Horses Color the Arena in Lebanon


Article & photos by LaCresha Kolba

The Tennessee Paint Horse Club held a one day show on October 22, 2016 at the James E Ward Ag Center in Lebanon, Tenn.  This two judge show, the last one of their 2016 season, drew approximately 50 entries.  Judges Mike Carter from Tenn., and Dee Dee Douglas from Missouri spent the day judging riders who came from all over Tennessee and Georgia. Riders from Beginner to Advanced were going after points in the wide selection of classes ranging from: Showmanship, Halter, Hunter Under Saddle, Western Pleasure, Trail, Ranch Riding and Reining. While you do need to be an American Paint Horse Association member to show, you do not need to be a Tennessee Paint Horse Club member to show at their events.

The Tennessee Paint Horse Club supported their younger members by offering them the opportunity to show in the adult classes along with classes in their own age group. This gave these young members the opportunity to expand their experience and see how well they can do against their more experienced competitors.

The Tennessee Paint Horse Club offers a combination of two day/four judge shows and one day/two judge shows throughout the season. To get involved with the Tennessee Paint Horse Club and find more information about shows for their upcoming 2017 season, visit their website:

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