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Walking Horse Report’s Facebook Challenge Winner – Laci & Peanut





The Walking Horse Report announced a Facebook Challenge they would be having every month. People submitted their favorite horse photos to Kasi Hensley via email (Hensley@horseworld.net) and from there they were uploaded to the appropriate album. The photo with the most “Likes” was submitted by Jamie Graham. The photo was titled Laci and her beloved Peanut.  Laci Mathews of Springfield, Tenn., will be competing in the Youth 11 & Under  Equitation division this season. The photo was taken by Noreen Nooner. 
 
Jeffrey Howard, Publisher of The Walking Horse Report, stated “Social media has allowed the Walking Horse Report to connect with its customers in an entirely different way and we are excited about the possibilities of how we can use social media to push additional content and unique content to our customers.”
 
The winner of each monthly Facebook Challenge will be featured in the paper, as well as, online. They will also receive a half priced banner to use online with the advertisement of their choice! The Facebook Challenge for the month of March has already begun. Please submit your photos by emailing them directly to Kasi Hensley at Hensley@horseworld.net.  For more information you may email Kasi or call 931-684-8123.

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