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Horse farms don't see spike in boarders

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By Josh Moore

With the Shelbyville Horse Show going on and the Kentucky State Fair approaching, there's a lot of horses in Shelby County, which boasts more than 200 horse farms.

But representatives from some of those farms say they don't see much of an increase in boarding around the shows. Instead, most of the business they see is from training or breeding and the boarding that goes with it.

People from all over the nation want their horses to be trained here, said Katie Fussenegger, co-director of the Shelbyville-Shelby County Tourism Commission.


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