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New Tunica Walking Horse Sale Announced



David Landrum and Jerrold Pedigo are pleased to announce, that in addition to the annual Kentucky After Christmas Sale, they will be conducting a second Walking Horse Sale in Tunica, Mississippi.

The long-standing tradition of the Kentucky After Christmas Sale will again take place in Lexington, Kentucky, at Alltech Arena on the beautiful campus of the Kentucky Horse Park.  The dates for the upcoming Kentucky After Christmas Sale are Friday January 31st and Saturday February 1st, 2014.

Three weeks later, on Friday February 21st and Saturday February 22nd, a new tradition will begin with the 1st annual Tennessee Walking Horse Sale being conducted at the Paul Battle Arena in Tunica, Mississippi. 

The new Tunica sale has not yet been named, and we are asking our many supporters to help us name the Sale.  We are having a contest to select the name of the sale.  To submit a name, email landrumstables@aol.com.  All submissions should be made by Friday October 18, 2013. Winning name will receive a free consignment to the Tunica Sale.

For information on both the Kentucky After Christmas Sale and the new Tunica Sale, please visit www.HorseSalesLP.com or call David Landrum at 615.794.1190 or Jerrold Pedigo at 615.895.9792,

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