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Walking Horse Museum Hosts Grand Opening

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Museum held its Grand Opening on March 7, 2013 in Wartrace, Tenn., from 10:00am until 6:00pm. Refreshments were served throughout the day as many visited the museum. Wartrace is considered to be the “Cradle of the Tennessee Walking Horse. Everyone enjoyed the photos of  former World Grand Champions and all of the relics of the past. 
In addition to many exhibits, A Gold Heart was showcased with her colt by 2007 World Grand Champion Master Of Jazz. Visitors enjoyed the hands-on interaction and photos with both the mare and foal. They were presented by Lead Me On Farms with farm owner and trainer Carla Hurley and amateur handler and rider Logan Goostree. In addition to the mare and foal, Lead Me On Farms on a display inside that was enjoyed by all. Videos were also shown at the museum. 
One of the Museum’s goals for 2013 is to increase the public and industry awareness of the Museum and the benefits it brings to the Tennessee Walking Horse.

View our album of photos from the event on Facebook.

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