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Promoting the Tennessee Walking Horse At The International Equestrian Festival



     Lewisburg, Tenn.– The Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ and Exhibitors’ Association (TWHBEA) will have a booth at the upcoming International Equestrian Festival (IEF) in Lexington, Kentucky. The event, which is being held in conjunction with the World Equestrian Games, will be housed at the Lexington Convention Center in the heart of down town Lexington and is expected to draw thousands of equine interested visitors. It will run September 25 – October 10, 2010 and be open daily 1 pm – 9 pm. TWHBEA staff will be on hand each day to answer questions about the breed. Breed demonstrations will be held daily September 30 – October 3 with October 2 designated as the Tennessee Walking Horse Breed Appreciation Day at the International Equestrian Festival.  On that day, TWHBEA members will be able to attend the Festival for free. If you find yourself in the Lexington area in the coming weeks, please stop by and visit the TWHBEA booth at the IEF. To learn more about the festival visit www.horsecapitalproductions.com

 

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