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Waterfall Colt Preview




On behalf of Waterfall Farms I would like to invite everyone to the 6th edition of the Waterfall Colt Preview. It will be held February 20th in the Calsonic Arena.

All 2 and 3 year olds sired by the stallions of Waterfall Farms no matter what stage of development or disciplines are welcome. I know many of the spectators are like me; they enjoy seeing a talented young horse whether it be flat shod, padded, barefoot, first-foot, second-foot or ready to go to the show ring. The preview provides an opportunity to get those young horses out and about so they can see the sights before their actual first show ring experience.

February is very early for many of these young horses and we don’t want to cause any pressure to the owners or trainers who would like to participate. If your young horse, is in that early development stage and you want to participate with him you are encouraged to enter. We want to showcase the offspring of our stallions, provide entertaining content for the spectators and have a kickoff event for the show season.

We have a pre-registration form on our website www.waterfallfarms.com that makes it convenient to enter your young horse. There is no cost to enter the preview and we encourage you to go ahead and enter even if you are unsure if your colt will be coming or not. That way we will have the presentation information we need for the announcers. If you have any suggestions for the preview we encourage your feedback.

We expect to have a large crowd like last year and encourage any vendor requests be directed to Jimmy Burton at the Celebration. The event will be filmed and replayed as last year. WalkingHorseChat.com broke each entry down for the owners and others to view their own individual entries long after the event. Last year these clips led to many horse sales after the preview.

Again mark your calendars for February 20th 2010 at the Calsonic Arena. We look forward to seeing everyone there.


David Williams
Waterfall Farms

 

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