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Repeat The Beat to Represent the TWH at Breyerfest




Repeat The Beat ("Pete") is not your ordinary Tennessee Walking Horse. No longer the high-stepping show horse he once was, today, he is the high-flying, triumphant, oddly-colored little horse that leaps into the heart of everyone he meets. Proud owner, Lisa Murray acquired the double-registered TWHBEA/SSHBEA gelding following the SSHBEA World Championship, where he was crowned two-year-old World Champion. A very unique plan would unveil for the duo, and “Pete” found his calling in a place you don’t find many Tennessee Walking Horses: the hunter, jumper and eventing arenas. 

Seventeen years later, Pete has broken breed barriers and impacted countless lives along the way. Pete, along with select other horses, will be celebrated at Breyerfest 2017 and will be featured on the shelves of tack stores. 

“For Pete to be immortalized as a Breyer Model leaves me speechless. Every little girl’s dream is a Breyer Horse; and now as an adult I am honored and blessed that my little horse, with the great big heart and kind spirt, finds his way into the homes of thousands of horse owners all over the world,” said owner Lisa Murray. Pete is everything she ever wanted in a horse and with every jump that he takes, Pete proves the true scope of the versatile Tennessee Walking Horse.

Breyerfest will be held July 14-16, 2017 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. 
 

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