Limited Edition Road to the Horse Fan Bandanas Announce your support of Anderson, Westfall or Cox and Benefit Tennessee Youth
Road to the Horse
Show your support of your favorite Road to the Horse competitor (Clinton Anderson, of Belle Center, Ohio, Stacy Westfall, of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, or Chris Cox, of Mineral Wells, Texas) with your official Fan Bandana. Road to the Horse Owner/Producer Tootie Bland (of Noodle, Texas) chose three colored bandanas—red for Anderson, pink for Westfall and blue for Cox—to adorn with the Road to the Horse logo. Fan Bandanas are on sale now at http://www.roadtothehorse.com. Order by December 25, 2006 to receive a special discount on the bandana (just $5.99 instead of the at-show price of $7.99) in addition to a coupon good for 10 percent off your Road to the Horse 2007 Event T-shirt at the official souvenir booth during the March 3-4, 2007 competition. The special T-shirt features Anderson, Westfall and Cox and has room for you to have each clinician’s autograph.
“Would you want to meet face to face with Clinton, Stacy or Chris without showing your colors and wearing your Fan Bandana?” Bland asks. “I wouldn’t. Show your colors and your support. And if you support them all, wear all three colors. This is also our way to support Tennessee youth. All youth clubs are important to build teamwork and integrity, respect and commitment. We always find a way for Road to the Horse to support youth. In every child there’s a champion.”
Perfect for the holidays, Fan Bandanas make great stocking stuffers and show a giving spirit. One dollar from each Fan Bandana purchase will be donated to the youth division of the Tennessee Quarter Horse Association (http://www.tqha.org) —providing scholarship funding for association members to attend educational equine events or to assist members as they plan for college tuition. Bland guarantees a minimum $500 donation to the youth club.
Sandra Elder, Youth Committee Chairman for the TQHA is excited to attend Road to the Horse with the association’s youth delegates. Youth from the association will attend the event and be present to receive their scholarship award. “We’re honored to be the chosen organization for the scholarship of the Road To The Horse,” Elder says. “I plan on attending and will have youth at the event.”
About Road to the Horse:
Anderson, Westfall and Cox will tame three virtually untouched young American Quarter Horses in front of a 5,500 capacity Tennessee Miller Coliseum crowd. Each clinician will demonstrate his unique way of gentling a colt and preparing it to be ridden and negotiated through an obstacle course. Road to the Horse showcases the respected technique of gentling instead of breaking horses—the techniques commonly called “horse whispering.”
For more information about Road to the Horse, visit www.roadtothehorse.com, or call 325-736-5000. Tickets are selling quickly. Call toll free 1-877-772-5425 or visit http://www.roadtothehorse.com to reserve your seats. Road to the Horse is sponsored by Horse & Rider, Wahl (Charity Challenge Sponsor), Samson, TR3, Prime Performance Nutrition, Slide Zone, Cinch, Cowboy Certified Signature Socks, Kent, WW, HorseCity.com, Hoofbeats, Gist, and Martin Saddlrey. Sponsorship applications for the 2007 event are now available. A service of Hill Shepherd Marketing Group, http://web.hillshepherd.com