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World Champion Renews WHOA Corporate Sponsorship



World Champion Horse Equipment [WCHE] entered its sixth consecutive year of corporate sponsorship for the Walking Horse Owners Association.

“Since I have been the general manager of World Champion Horse Equipment for only four months now, this was the first WHOA banquet my wife Patty and I have attended. Tommy Hall and his staff did an excellent job of organizing and making everyone feel welcome. Kay Hendrix was also an integral part of the tremendous success of the banquet and the silent auction as well as the other festivities. World Champion was proud to be a part of this occasion,” Donnie Corley said.

WCHE, a 10,000 square foot retail facility located in Shelbyville, Tenn., is the largest and most complete horse equipment store for the walking horse industry. From their Shelbyville location they operate the retail store, a shipping department and a manufacturing facility, which fulfills orders internationally. They offer a wide variety of horse related products from their retail store, full color catalog and online at ehorseequipment.com. WCHE also operates two mobile tack stores covering several breeds at approximately 100 shows and a daily tack route.

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