WCSO Deputy Places Second in Service Horse Trials

Deputy Teresa Reeves and her mount, “Playboy,” beat out several fine service horses to take second place in the WHOA (Walking Horse Owners Association) Service Horse School trails held June 13 through June 17 at the Williamson County Agricultural Expo Park in Franklin, Tn. There were numerous participants from law enforcement and search and rescue from several states. The clinic included four days of training followed by a competition the last day. On competition day in the team obstacle course, Deputy Reeves and Playboy and their team partners Linda Vadnais and her mount, “Onyx,” earned second place awards.
“It was a great run,” Deputy Reeves said. “We feel honored to have placed so well against so many excellent horses and experienced riders.” .
The WCSO offers special thanks to J.D. Harber, chief instructor for the clinic and former Metro Police with Nashville Metro Police Department for a great clinic and thanks to the other instructors Terry Palmer, Richard Verbosky, Lawrence Beal, and Kenny Daniel, and all of whom are all retired law enforcement officers. Kenny Daniel, retired TN State Park Ranger, is the father of WCSO Detective Jonathan Daniel (who serves on WCSO’s Mounted Patrol along with Deputy Reeves and Craig Anderson).IMG_544029143800477

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