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Waterfall Colt Preview moves to Calsonic

Due to an already large response to the pre-registering of horses for the 2009 Waterfall Colt Preview there has been a change of venue. The 2009 edition of the Waterfall Farm Colt preview will be held in the Calsonic Arena on February 21st beginning at 10 AM.

“This event gets larger each year for us and we feel to better serve our customers, the spectators and the trainers bringing horses the Calsonic Arena was the perfect choice. Dr. Doyle Meadows, Jimmy Burton and the Celebration have been great in helping with these arrangements,” said David Williams of Waterfall Farms.

As in the past, the Waterfall Colt Preview will feature Two and Three Year olds sired by the Stallions of Waterfall Farms. The Preview gives everyone that first chance of seeing those future stars of the ring. Everyone looks forward to the event and it gives the trainers a great opportunity to showcase their colts to a large audience.

If you are looking for a new horse to purchase or just want an enjoyable Saturday watching horses and socializing with friends, don’t miss it. There is no charge to present a horse and no charge for admission. Chili and refreshments will be served.

Those who plan to bring a colt and have not pre-registered please go to and click on the link for the Waterfall Colt Preview.

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