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Moses Oppenheimer Wins Facebook Challenge For March





The Walking Horse Report has had a wonderful response to the Facebook Challenge for the second time!  This month’s winner captured 436 Likes and 120 Shares of the photo that was taken by Natasha Douglas and submitted by Lori Lewis. The March winner was young Moses Oppenheimer of Olive Hill, Ky., aboard two-time World Champion Special Alert.

He is the six-year-old son of Donnie Oppenheimer and Lori Lewis,  grandson of the late Mose Oppenheimer. Special Alert was purchased for Moses when he was only three years old. And he also got the opportunity to appear on Jerry Harris’ What A Horse TV Show. In the photo, Moses was asked to exhibit at the Greenup County Fair.

Good luck to Moses and Special Alert who will be competing in the Youth 11 & Under this season, as well as, congratulations on your Facebook Challenge win!

Don't forget we are already accepting photos for the Facebook Challenge for April. Submit your photos by emailing them to Kasi Hensley hensley@horseworld.net. Each monthly winner will receive a banner to use on The Report's web site and the winner at the end of the year with the most Likes will receive a free black and white page to use in the print edition of The Report.

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