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Washington Equestrian Network Joins Network of On-Line Horse Communities

The Northwest corner now has representation in the Equestrian Network through Extend, Inc. The Washington Equestrian Network (WEN) http://www.waequest.com was birthed recently with Amy Allen, an avid horsewoman holding the reins as manager.

WEN offers services to Washington State and surrounding regions. This region of our country offers so much diversity to the horse enthusiast as well as the outdoors person: ocean riding, pack trips, rodeos, many 4H clubs, fairs, breed clubs, extensive land for trail riding, and more. It is home to Back Country Horsemen of WA, the future Horse Park in Cle Elum, WSU's College of Veterinary Medicine, the Woodbrook Hunt Club, and many other equine organizations and businesses.

Amy grew up with a mom and sister who were both horsewomen. They raised, trained and showed Morgan horses mainly in New England. Now at home in Washington, Amy and her husband own a ranch where they raise Scottish Highland cattle. She is a trainer/instructor, certified through the

Certified Horsemanship Association, and has built a loyal clientele with her knowledge and caring of both the horse and rider. Along with training horses and teaching riders, she does hoof trimming using barefoot methods.

Like its sisters, WEN is a genuine community where individuals, professionals, and organizations meet to exchange information and do business. WEN provides free business listings, classified ads, an event calendar, news, articles, enhanced services for members, and numerous advertising opportunities for equine businesses. Equestrian Network websites are a leading source for all things equine since 1997 and an indispensable resource for hundreds of thousands of horse owners.

Please join us in welcoming WEN to Extend's on-line community and drop by

http://www.wenequest.com for a visit. During the promotional launch period all WEN photo ads are free of charge.



Other sites launched by Extend, Inc. include:

Bay Area Equestrian Network http://www.bayequest.com

Equestrian Network Magazine http://www.equestmagazine.com

Rocky Mountain Equestrian Network http://www.horsecontacts.com

Mid-Atlantic States Equestrian Network http://www.maenequest.com

Arizona Equestrian Network http://www.arizonaequest.com

Nevada Equestrian Network http://www.nvequest.com

Southern California Equestrian Network http://www.socalequest.com

Rogue Valley Equestrian Network (Oregon) http://www.oregonequest.com

Southeast Equestrian Network http://www.southeastequest.com

More site expansions are planned for 2008.

 

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