TENNESSEE AGRICULTURE COMISSIONER JULIUS JOHNSON NEEDS TO GO BACK TO HOMECOMING AT ALMA MATER TO SEE THE FUTURE OF THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE

NASHVILLE, TN – One has to seriously wonder just how little Julius Johnson, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, actually knows about Tennessee Walking Horses
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when he says, “Rural Tennessee would suffer if the legislation is enacted. I believe the proposed legislation is based more on perception than sound science,” Johnson said.

“It will potentially eliminate the walking horse altogether.”

WHOA Julius!

You attended The University of Tennessee in Knoxville during the last century, and you need to know that the University of Tennessee doesn’t think the Walking Horse is about to be eliminated.

Julius if you attended Homecoming last Saturday at Alma Mater, you would have seen this lovely young lady from rural Franklin County, Tennessee exhibit a sound flat shod Tennessee Walking horse which is truly the future of the Tennessee Walking Horse breed.

“AMAZING GRACE” WITH CAROLINE EMERY UP

Joy Kimbrough | The Daily Times

Joy Kimbrough | The Daily Times

Or if you had been at Homecoming a year ago, you would have seen:

“A DARING AFFAIR” WITH KIMBRELL HINES UP

2012 - UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Homecoming - Kimbrell Hines Up On "A Daring Affair" - Taking The Place Of 'Big Lick' World Grand Champion Walk Time Charlie

2012 – UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE Homecoming – Kimbrell Hines Up On “A Daring Affair” – Taking The Place Of ‘Big Lick’ World Grand Champion Walk Time Charlie

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Mr. Commissioner, I know you were appointed and don’t run for election.

But if you did, I think you would get out and realize just how much potential the sound Tennessee Walking Horse has if only the soring stigma can be removed once and for all from around the neck of the breed.

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