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Terry Yoder

President

Southern Draft Horse Association Inc

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Southern Draft Horse Association Inc

1969 County Road 228

Wildwood, Florida,34785

United States

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Employment History

President

T & D Concrete, Inc.


Owner

Florida Pool & Spa


Chief Executive Officer

T&D Corporation


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HorsePullResults.com : Residents of The Villages and horse enthusiasts enjoyed watching as the draft horse team of Dwight Davis pulls 3

www.horsepullresults.com [cached]

They are winter residents, living on the Lake Panasoffkee ranch of their owner, Terry Yoder, in the winter and in Kentucky the rest of the year.
They work six days a week, pulling heavy weights to keep them in maximum condition for competitive pulls like the Southern Draft Horse Association event at The Villages Polo Club on Sunday. For Yoder, owner of T&D Concrete, owning competitive draft horses was the return to a childhood fascination with pulling. "I grew up in Michigan and my neighbor pulled ponies," Yoder said. "You could go out and buy the two best horses in the world and if they don't work together, it won't work," Yoder said. Pulling, Yoder said, is "one of the most team effort sports. Yoder, who is president of the Southern Draft Horse Association, stressed that it was the love of the sport, not the money, that keeps horse owners involved.


www.horsepullresults.com

From Terry Yoder President of the Southern Draft Horse Association.
Our heart and prayers go out to the Hager family. He was more than just a friend and always had a smile on his face. For thirty years of traveling back and forth to Flordia showing his dedication to horse pulling. He will be sadly missed by us and many more. With our deepest sympathy Rest In Peace Allen


www.sumtercountytimes.com

Yoder's husband, Terry Yoder, is president of the SDHA organization.
"We have 15 draft horses and we took first place in both light weight and heavy weight divisions," said Yoder.


HorsePullResults.com : Residents of The Villages and horse enthusiasts enjoyed watching as the draft horse team of Dwight Davis pulls 3

www.horsepullresults.com [cached]

They are winter residents, living on the Lake Panasoffkee ranch of their owner, Terry Yoder, in the winter and in Kentucky the rest of the year.
They work six days a week, pulling heavy weights to keep them in maximum condition for competitive pulls like the Southern Draft Horse Association event at The Villages Polo Club on Sunday. For Yoder, owner of T&D Concrete, owning competitive draft horses was the return to a childhood fascination with pulling. "I grew up in Michigan and my neighbor pulled ponies," Yoder said. "You could go out and buy the two best horses in the world and if they don't work together, it won't work," Yoder said. Pulling, Yoder said, is "one of the most team effort sports. Yoder, who is president of the Southern Draft Horse Association, stressed that it was the love of the sport, not the money, that keeps horse owners involved.


Residents of The Villages and horse enthusiasts enjoyed watching as the draft horse team of Dwight Davis pulls 3

www.horsepullresults.com [cached]

They are winter residents, living on the Lake Panasoffkee ranch of their owner, Terry Yoder, in the winter and in Kentucky the rest of the year.They work six days a week, pulling heavy weights to keep them in maximum condition for competitive pulls like the Southern Draft Horse Association event at The Villages Polo Club on Sunday.For Yoder, owner of T&D Concrete, owning competitive draft horses was the return to a childhood fascination with pulling."I grew up in Michigan and my neighbor pulled ponies," Yoder said."You could go out and buy the two best horses in the world and if they don't work together, it won't work," Yoder said.Yoder's teams aren't the only ones on his ranch this time of year.Pulling, Yoder said, is "one of the most team effort sports.Yoder, who is president of the Southern Draft Horse Association, stressed that it was the love of the sport, not the money, that keeps horse owners involved.


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