1963-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1963 December Voice - Page 3

DECEMBER TE^j^^LKWG H0RSE 1963 Your Editors Column SALUTE TO YOUNG RIDERS ..........P- Virginia Lamb ............................-.................... ......... p. Charlie Goldswig .......................................... ..........P- Profiles ..... -............... -...................................... ..........p. Walker ............................................................. ..... P- Outstanding Events of 1963 ......................... ............................................. P- Party Line ....................................................... P- Stud Registry ................................................... ..........p. ........... p. Registrations ................................................... 7 ’ '2 13 21 22 23 25 This issue of the VOICE features “Youth in the Saddle” and is in­ tended as a salute to the thousands of young Americans who enjoy wholesome recreation through caring for, riding and showing their Tennessee Walking Horses and Ponies. In an age when the word juve­ nile is most commonly connected with delinquency in the popular vocabulary, it is indeed refreshing to find juvenile connected with riders in the thousands of horse show programs which we see each season. Certainly there is no one simple cure-all for the problems of our society, but there can be no doubting that the time young peo­ ple spend in training and riding can lead to more balanced and wholesome lives. In working dili­ gently with their horses, boys and girls have a wonderful outlet for their energies and their desires to accomplish something. They can learn a sense of responsibility by looking after the needs of their horses. In show-ring competition they can learn to win with hu­ mility and grace and to lose with­ out anger and complaints. They have the opportunity to learn what we call sportsmanship. In a very real sense the true future of the Walking Horse de­ pends upon the development in young people of sincere interest in the breed. From our observation of hundreds of young riders, the future of the breed is in good hands. There is, however, a great responsibility upon the older gen­ eration of horse lovers to set good examples of dedication, honesty, integrity and fairness before these brilliant youths. They are going to be only as good as we help them to become. Classified Ads ................................................. 31 (Continued on Page 21) # TENNESSEE WALKING H( JNRSE A MONTHLY PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO THE BEHERMENT OF THE BREED VOL. 3 DECEMBER 1963 NO. 10 PUBLISHED BY VOICE Publishing Company GENERAL BUSINESS OFFICES P. 0. Box 3054 Chattanooga, Tennessee EDITORIAL OFFICES P. 0. Box 96 Shelbyville, Tennessee STAFF BEN A. GREEN......................................................................Editor MARY FRANCES GREEN..........................Editorial Assistant WANDA LEDFORD DAVIS...................... Circulation Manager BARBARA M. FRIEND...............................Editorial Assistant GLORIA L. SPENCER....................... Reader Service Manager WALTER WILLIAMS.................................................. Art Director ASSOCIATE EDITORS FRED E. FRIEND C. BRUCE SPENCER CONTRIBUTING EDITORS DR. M. E. ENSMINGER VIRGINIA LAMB CHARLES GOLDSWIG ALETHA WIEHL SUBSCRIPTION RATES ADVERTISING RATES $4.00 per year —$10.00 three years. Single copies .50c per. Front Cover $250.00 -—- Back Cover $200.00 — Inside Covers $180.00 — Full page $125.00 — All other space $5.00 per column inch — Color rates on request. PUBLISHED MONTHLY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING $5.00 minimum with 10c per word for ads exceeding 50 words 2nd CLASS PERMIT PENDING AT COLLEGEDALE, TENNESSEE IN THIS ISSUE Dr. Ensminger ....................................................................................................................... p. Triple Threat Sold .......................................... P- 6 1