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The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) is pleased to announce that TWHBEA members now have access to IPEDs premium service.  This temporary premium period is active now through September 8th, 2015.  Those members that purchased an IPED premium subscription have already received an additional 90 days added to the end of their paid subscription. In a scarce market, Premium IPEDS allows for selective searches to identify those horses that meet your criteria and provides email contact to the owner. This new member benefit facilitates buyers and sellers finding each other.

Those that are interested in conducting business with a member for sales, transfers or registrations must become a member in order to take advantage of this premium period of IPED usage.  TWHBEA encourages enrollment and usage for as much business as people want to conduct.  “We wanted all of our members to be able to see the value in our IPEDs premium service, make finding horses easier for all to do and also be able to reward current subscribers.”

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