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The Walking Horse Report Welcomes Sara Engel



The Walking Horse Report is pleased to welcome Sara Engel as its newest member of the advertising and editorial staff. She worked in banking as a teller supervisor for seven years in Milwaukee, Wis., before moving to Shelbyville, Tenn., to be closer to her family. Sara first joined us in August of this year as a part of our internet sales staff.

Sara has been involved with horses since she was a child. She currently has horses at home including a five-month old Tennessee Walking colt. In addition to working for the Report full-time, and taking care of the family farm, she is also currently a full-time student at Kaplan University.

She is very enthusiastic and interested in the Walking Horse industry. You may, in fact, have already seen Sara’s face at the International World Championships, Walking For The Children, Alabama Jubilee, and Oak Grove Community Center horse shows. She has already hit the ground running and is eager for the 2005 show season to begin.

"We are so excited to have Sara join our team," says publisher Christy Parsons. "She is an enthusiastic and dedicated person who loves horses. We're looking forward to a great 2005 season."

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