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Joe Fleming Stables Welcomes Adkins




Joe Fleming Stables is pleased to welcome Andy Adkins to its staff.  Adkins joins the staff at Fleming Stables as an assistant trainer and will work under the direction of Joe Fleming, an industry veteran.  Adkins has served as an assistant trainer and worked under Steve Dunn, Tim Smith and Justin Jenne’.

Fleming Stables has also announced the Justin Harris will begin a one-year suspension today (Monday, May 10, 2010).  Harris has agreed to accept the suspension from SHOW and looks forward to the 2011 show season.  “We are obviously very upset to lose a trainer the caliber of Justin from our program for the remainder of 2010 but we are also very excited to add a young talent such as Andy.  I know he will fit our program well and our customers will see no interruption as we strive to do the best we can for each horse,” said Fleming.

Harris added, “I would like to apologize to my customers for the suspension I have accepted from SHOW but also know that Joe and Andy will do a great job in my absence and I look forward to being back as soon as possible after the completion of my suspension.”

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