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Friends of Franklin Parks: Maintaining a Legacy




When Mr. Bill Harlin passed earlier this year, he left a lasting legacy. Now as the Harlin family winds down operations at Harlinsdale Farm, the sale of these wonderful champion-pedigree horses will support Friends of Franklin Parks. Here's a chance to own one of the famous Harlinsdale walking horses, which can make excellent pleasure horses. All proceeds collected by Friends of Franklin Parks will be used to repair and preserve the original Main Barn at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, where people can learn about the history of the horse in middle Tennessee.

For more information or to bid on a horse, call Harlinsdale Farm Manager Rocky Jones at 615-368-3468. Bids will close November 25.

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