Attention horse lovers! Mark your calendars now for the All State Trailers Neigh & Bray Summer Classic Horse Show scheduled for Saturday, August 25 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Walters State Smoky Mountain Expo Center in White Pine. All proceeds from the show will benefit non-profit equine rescue organization Horse Haven of Tennessee.
All breeds are welcome to participate in the show which has something to offer for horse enthusiasts of all ages including western, English and gaited horse classes for children and adults. Additional classes include driving, long ears, special needs, hunter hack, open trail, halter, mules and even a costume class. An array of Game classes will also be available including a stick horse class for kids and adults, panty race, older than dirt for folks ages 50 and over, and ride a buck. A presentation of HHT horses, past and present, will also take place during the show. As an added treat the Cocke County 4-H Lost Creek Farm Drill Team will perform during intermission.
A complete class schedule is available for viewing and printing online at www.horsehavenoftn.com. Pre-registration is already underway. Registration on the day of the show will begin at 7:30 a.m. with the first class starting at 9 a.m. For information and early registration visit online at www.horsehavenoftn.com or call 865-609-4030. For a map and directions to the Expo Center go online at www.wscc.cc.tn.us/expo/location.asp or call 865-674-6000.
Horse Haven of Tennessee is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to assist in the protection of equines in the state of Tennessee by educating the public about cruel and inhumane practices thus giving a voice to those that cannot speak for themselves. The organization is involved in the rescue, rehabilitation and adoptive placement of abused and neglected horses across the state, and is funded solely by donations and occasional grants.
Those wishing to make tax deductible donations to Horse Haven of Tennessee may do so by contacting Nina Margetson at 865-609-4030, email: email@example.com. Funds are utilized for needed medical care, feeding, facility maintenance and other necessary expenses. Donations can also be mailed to Horse Haven of Tennessee at P.O. Box 20932, Knoxville, Tennessee 37940. The organization is staffed by volunteers, and new volunteers are always welcome. For more information about Horse Haven of Tennessee please call or email as indicated above or visit online at www.horsehavenoftn.com.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.