Since 1974, the Mid Ohio Walking Horse Association has been dedicated to the promotion of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Our focus is on the sound and natural Pleasure Walking Horse which we promote with shows and meetings, and also educational activities and demonstrations through involvement in Ohio's Equine Affaire. Our growth and success is due to the efforts and dedication of our members and we appreciate their continued support.
--Our Shows provides complete information for shows hosted by us, including a photo gallery. --Equine Affaire is an overview of our involvement and activities at this annual event. --Awards Banquet celebrates member high point, trail and promotion awards. --For Sale is a listing of horses and other items for sale by members and non-members. --Membership-Join provides forms to join, in information about membership in Mid-Ohio Walking Horse Association. --Our Sponsors page lets us share the generous folks who help out our shows. --Links provides weblinks to various related associations, vendors and other related items. --Contact Us provides contact information for the Board of Directors and other folks to assist you.
Mid-Ohio Walking Horse Association
We offer a variety of services and programs throughout the year.
The Walker Talker is our electronic newsletter which serves as a resource of TWH happenings in Ohio and surrounding states along with information for club activities and available services in the area.
Our show committee organizes and conducts two major exhibitions each year: The Ohio Classic, a Regional Championship show held in June, and the Fall Round-Up show in October.
Our High Point committee tracks horse show points throughout the year for members at our shows and other area shows we have affiliated with, then compiles a list of annual award winners which are presented at our Award Banquet in January or February of each year.
The Equine Affaire, a national equine exposition held each year in Columbus, OH is an event we are fortunate to participate in. This huge event with 300,000 to 400,00 visitors each year, allows us the opportunity to showcase the Tennessee Walking Horse, educate the public and promote our association and shows.