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Jenne to Relocate to 10-Tucky



In the coming weeks Justin Jenne’ of Waterfall Farms Colt Division will be relocating to the historic 10-Tucky Stables in Lewisburg, Tennessee. This has been a mutual decision between both Justin and Waterfall. Justin has done an outstanding job of producing top quality show horses before and during his term here. The majority of the ribbon winners in the Two Year Old division and a few World Champions, such as Roll the Gold and It’s Silver Dollar Time, at this years Celebration came from this program. Over the past 14 months Justin has had over 2 million dollars in total sales of young horses. This is unprecedented and can attest to the quality of program that he operates. Many of Waterfall’s own coming two year olds will follow Justin to 10-Tucky.

As our stallion line-up increases Waterfall is preparing its total focus on the stallions we stand and the quality of service we provide the mare owners. We have had a sudden increase in breeding this Fall and space was needed for the incoming mares. We are appreciative of the many mare owners who have shown their confidence in the future of our breed and in the quality of stallions and service Waterfall provides.

Again we are very supportive of Justin and his staff and we appreciate the job they have done to represent Waterfall Farms.

Any questions may be directed to Justin or myself at Waterfall Farms. Our number is 931-684-7894.



David W. Williams
Waterfall Farms


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