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Waterford Farm Holiday Party



Submitted by Steve Handy, Sasha Klein and Robert Klein

         

Lynn and Kathleen Peeples welcomed customers, friends, and family to Waterford Farm in Buttzville, N.J. on Dec. 15, 2007, for their annual holiday party. Many of the attendees spent the day at the farm lessoning and watching a presentation of horses, including an exciting showing of Man In Motion at liberty. The evening was full of fun, food, drink, great conversation and holiday cheer.

         

Throughout the party, a slideshow played featuring five years of Waterford in picture. Kendra Peeples presented her parents with a record of their Oklahoma champions since the inception of Waterford Farm. As the clients revisited memories of seasons past, they discussed the upcoming show season.

         

Despite a winter storm forecasted for the weekend of the party, most of the clients were able to attend the festivities. Guests traveled from as far south as Virginia and as far north as Massachusetts and from many areas in between. A great time was enjoyed by all who came!

Kathleen and Lynn Peeples welcomed customers, friends

and family to their annual Waterford Farm holiday party.

Kendra Peeples and Sasha Klein enjoyed the festive

gathering as they look forward to the year ahead.

 

Mark Clark, Alex Cojocar and Robert Severino

were in the holiday spirit.

 

Neil and Robin Herrick enjoyed visiting with

their horses and fellow clients at Waterford.

 

Steve, Mary and Tom Handy celebrated

a memorable first season at Waterford Farm.

 

Bob Klein and Robert Severino had a chance

to catch up and enjoy the Waterford slideshow.

 

Kathleen and Kendra Peeples share a laugh

as they enjoyed a fun-filled evening.

 

Taylor and Robert Severino found the mistletoe.

 

Lynn and Kendra Peeples enjoyed watching

some Waterford Farm highlights on the slideshow.

 

Steve Handy and Lauren Cojocar had a chance to catch

up before heading back to college for a few more exams.





 

 

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