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Dual Weekend for Walking Horse Industry



The Report would like to clarify that the Sale of Champions’ Spring Selection Sale, scheduled for March 2, will be held at the Calsonic Arena. Sale Coordinator, Woody Woodruff stated, “We have a nice group of horses that have been consigned and we anticipate having a great sale.” The latest edition to Shelbyville, Microtel, is also offering rooms at the discounted rate of $59 per night for this particular weekend. To book your reservations contact the hotel at (931) 684-8343. For more information about the sale call 931-684-5050.

The sale begins at 10:00 am, leaving plenty of time to participate in the Row McLaughlin Benefit that will also be held on March 2 at the Blue Ribbon Circle building, which begins at 5:00 pm. – Four year old Row McLaughlin is the son of Jenny and Sam McLaughlin of Shelbyville, Tenn. Row was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in April of 2012, due to his kidneys not developing properly from birth. Because of this condition, he is now in kidney failure. Row is facing a kidney transplant in the near future and has been working with doctors at Vanderbilt for some time. For more information about the benefit contact   Julie Lambert at 931-212-6383.

Click Here to view The Sale of Champions' Web Site.

Click Here to view The Microtel of Shelbyville's Web Site

Click Here to view The Row McLaughlin Benefit Facebook Page

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