East Tennessee Saddlebred Association
2016 ETSA Harvest Breeders Jackpot Weanling Winner
Deeper Shade Of Wool
Walterway's Wild & Wooly
bred, owned and shown by Randy Street
Green Mountain Farm
Thank you to Terry Young, Morristown Charity Horse Show official photographer, for the use of this photo.
The ETSA Harvest Breeders Jackpot was begun by ETSA as part of their effort to promote breeders of the American Saddlebred. The Harvest Breeders Jackpot consists of three classes for weanlings, yearlings, and two-year-olds shown in hand. Nomination is not required to show in the Harvest Breeders Jackpot. Entry fees are paid as in any other class at the horse show, except all entry fees collected in each class go into the pot for that class along with $500 added money from ETSA in each pot. All money is paid out on a percentage basis to entries placing in the classes.
New for 2016, weanlings and yearlings are require to show barefoot. Shoes are prohibited on weanlings and yearlings. As in the past, two-year-olds may show with shoes or may show barefoot.
The ETSA Harvest Breeders Jackpot is held during the Morristown Charity Horse Show each fall.
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The East Tennessee Saddlebred Association is an American Saddlebred Horse Association Charter Club.