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Candy Huening Joins Pleasant Valley Farms

Pleasant Valley Farms, LLC, is proud to announce the opening of its new flat-shod training facility in the historic main barn at the farm in Shelbyville, Tenn. We are honored to have Candy Huening as our trainer. She brings years of flat-shod experience to the operation and we look forward to accepting new customers at the farm. Candy has previously worked with Hannah Pulvers, Montverde Academy, and Hardrock Farms.
Pleasant Valley Farms, formerly Waterfall Farm, is located 2395 Hwy 64E, Shelbyville, TN.  37160.  Contact Candy Huening (352) 672-1567 Trainer, Andy Rippy (615) 394-6776 Owner, or Nick Rippy (615) 812-8599 Manager.
Spencer Benedict Stables and Jeff Green Stables are also located at the farm plus Ripwood Livestock Auction Services will be holding their sales throughout the year in the sale arena at Pleasant Valley Farms.


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