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Wheelon Joins Waterfall

Waterfall Farms is proud to announce the addition of Ashlea Wheelon to their sales staff. Ashlea is no newcomer to Walking Horse circles. She has shown extensively since her youth and has been associated with the Walking Horse Report and The Celebration for the past 9 years.
“I have always admired the business they run and the horses they promote. With the addition of 2009 World Grand Champion Watch It Now, I feel the stallion line-up is second to none. It’s an honor to be a part of a team like Waterfall Farms.” said Ashlea.
David Williams of Waterfall Farms added, “We are in a new day of breeding Tennessee Walking Horses. Expansion is on the rise in our breed. Waterfall wants to be a part of the expansion in our developing markets and be more available to their wants and needs. Ashlea, with her experience with the many that she has worked with before during her time at the Report, will be a tremendous asset in that expansion.”
Ashlea will be aiding customers with their stallion fee purchases, any customer’s mare breeding needs and helping our customers with ideas to market and enjoy the horses that they raise. She can be contacted at Waterfall Farms at 931-684-7894 and 1-800-684-7884 or on her cell at 931-607-4906.

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