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Mills Joins Saddle Horse Report

Posted October 23, 2001
Kenneth E. Mills, has joined the staff of Saddle Horse Report as an advertising/editorial representative. Kenny has been in love with the American Saddlebred since the age of 10. At that time he took his first riding lesson at Continental Farm in Charleston, W.Va. As he grew his interests expanded into the hackney/roadster divisions. Mills has had the pleasure of working for such trainers as John F. Scott, DeLovely Farm, and Todd Graham.

After graduation from high school, Mills spent six months on an internship with Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus. He served as a large animal welfare attendant, learning from such well-known animal trainers as Gunther Gabel-Williams and Mark Oliver Gabel. After completing his internship, he spent 2 years at Marshall University as a music education major. He recently spent three years in the United States Navy aboard the USS John C. Stennis, serving as an Air Traffic Controller.

"I am so excited to be back in the horse business and ready to meet new challenges here at Saddle Horse Report," said Mills.

"We are glad to welcome Kenny to the Saddle Horse Report staff. His love of horses and colorful experience and background will serve him well in this field," said publisher Christy Howard Parsons.

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