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Luttrell Joins Walking Horse Report



     

     The Walking Horse Report is pleased to announce that Courtney Luttrell has joined its team. Luttrell will serve as an advertising representative for Walking Horse Report and work out of her home in Kentucky. Luttrell is the wife of former walking horse trainer Kevin Luttrell and has one daughter, Alex Luttrell.
      The Report is very excited to have Courtney come on board and join our team. We know that she will fit in well and bring a wealth of walking horse experience and knowledge. It has been a goal of Walking Horse Report to cover each area of the country equally and this move will better allow us to continue in that direction.
      Courtney will primarily serve as one of our representatives in the Kentucky circuits but will also be utilized in all areas that the Walking Horse Report provides coverage.
      Luttrell was raised in Kentucky and started riding horses at a young age. Her parents, James Linton and Delores Griffith, own Stone Manor Farm in Alvaton, Ky., and have been influential in the Kentucky Walking Horse industry throughout the years. Luttrell won a World Grand Championship in 1973 with her pony, Grand Finale, and has continued to show many horses throughout the years. This season she won two blues and a set of roses at the Celebration with her two current contenders, WGC Godfather By Ultra Copy and WC She’s Caliente.
      Luttrell enjoys going to shows both large and small and works hard for the entire industry, just as her father does. Linton Griffith is one of the founders of the new HIO, PRIDE. Please welcome Luttrell to the Walking Horse Report. She will be happy to assist you with your advertising needs along with any of her other team members.

 

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