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Local man shares love for horses with county

September 18, 2013

Sammie Jefferson rides one of his Tennessee Walking Horses. Jefferson, along with his family members have made it an annual tradition to host a Clay County horse show, which draws a sizable crowd, specifically to showcase the animals. (Submitted photo)

For 40 years, Sammie Jefferson has been entertaining the residents of Clay County with his Tennessee Walking Horses.

On the third Sunday in September at the family estate of Highway 47 West, Sammie and his children put on a horse show for the residents of Clay County. Families are welcome to come and watch the racking, saddle, leadline and walking horses perform, according to Jefferson’s daughter, Temeka.

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