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By Rob Holtzinger
The Times 

The Percherons of Prescott

AJ Carriages has grown to capture downtown Walla Walla business


JC Biagi

Amy Fenley heads out to work with 13-year-old half-brothers, Jed and Ned. The horses can be found giving carriage rides in downtown Walla Walla and making appearances at local events.

WALLA WALLA - Eight years ago, Jim and Amy Fenley, of Prescott, had the vision to fill a need in the wedding industry by offering horse and carriage services. The couple, married for fifteen years, share a love of horses.

"Everyone thinks girls love the horses so much, but when Jim and I met he had two horses and I had one" Amy said.

Their ten-acre farm is busy with eight horses and two miniature ponies.

The Times arrived at the Prescott ranch last weekend, to find Jim and Amy working with their team. The visit revealed an obvious love for their three draft horses and a strong willingnes...

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