ON THE HILL AT ROCKY TOP, NEYLAND STADIUM, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE:
For the third consecutive year, the University of Tennessee featured a Sound Natural Flatshod Spotted Saddle Horse, “ROSE”, with Brooke Daly up from Chapel Hill, Tennessee at the annual Homecoming football game.
The University chose “ROSE” over two-time Big Lick Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration World Grand Champion “I AM JOSE” whose Trainer is Casey Wright. Wright, 2013 Walking Horse Trainer Of The Year, has multiple Horse Protection Act Violation Citations regarding Tennessee Walking Horses.
TWHNC WORLD GRAND CHAMPION – “I AM JOSE” – TRAINER CASEY WRIGHT HORSE PROTECTION ACT CITATION RECORD
Brooke Daly trains “ROSE” who is a Tennessee 4-H Champion. The Beford County 4-H Extension Agent who oversees the Horse in 4-H competition is Jeffrey Hester.
Neither “ROSE” nor Brooke Daly has any HPA citations.
NATURAL FLAT SHOD “ROSE” WITH BROOKE DALY OF CHAPEL HILL, TN UP
RATHER THAN THIS:
NO NO NO
“ROSE” AND BROOKE DALY UP WITH HER PROUD PARENTS, JODY & CHARLA
UT NEYLAND STADIUM – HOMECOMING 2014
2012 HOMECOMING – “A DARING AFFAIR” WITH KIMBRELL HINES, UP
2013 HOMECOMING – “AMAZING GRACE” WITH CAROLINE EMERY UP
2014 HOMECOMING – “ROSE” – BROOKE DALY UP – GOING & COMING
Spedial thanks to Chris Fuller, University of Tennessee Senior Associate Athletic Director ““ External Operations- and his capable Staff including Jimmy Stanton, Mary- Carter Kniffen and Jim Delaney for providing access, hospitality and opportunity to showcase the future of the “sound” Tennessee Walking Horse in the 21st century, free of pads and chains and the stigma of soring associated with the “Big Lick”.
Nephew Eugene says they know how to do things right at UT.