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Robertson Equine Sales to Host Callaway Hills Production Sale
Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Jimmy Robertson, president of Robertson Equine Sales LLC, and Lenore “Tony” Weldon, of Callaway Hills Stable, have announced that the fabled New Bloomfield, Missouri breeding farm’s next production sale will be held at RES’s Autumn auction, to be conducted on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1 and 2.

“We are honored to offer the Callaway Hills horses, as their program has produced a large number of the most memorable, revered and best performing Saddlebreds in history, including this year’s Five-Gaited World’s Grand Champion CHCallaway’s Annabel Allison,” said Robertson.

To be conducted at the Shelby County Fairgrounds, in Shelbyville, Ky., Robertson said he expects a large catalog of sale candidates, including prospects, finished show horses, and breeding stock. Back by popular demand, the tack sale will also be held -- and will feature the tack and equipment dispursal of Hall Of Fame horseman Carter Cox’s storied Woodstock Farm of Danville, Ky.

Phone bids will be accepted, and the sale will be Webcast by Richfield Video Productions; RES’s previous three sales have received over 100,000 Web hits during each session. Consignors receive listings on RobertsonEquineSales.com, including photos and video, if provided by consignor; listing in RES’s e-catalog; and listing in RES’s high-quality printed and mailed catalog. “We believe our venue, our auctioneers and staff, and our online and traditional marketing strategies are the best available to show horse consignors. Plus, consignors have the convenience of a safe, secure, simple online entry form,” Robertson said. “And we know we have attracted the largest crowds of show-horse interested buyers in today’s marketplace.

“We invite all Saddlebred enthusiasts to join us to participate in what we believe will be another history-making Callaway Hills sale, as well as the presentation of a strong catalog of other consignments,” Robertson said.

Entries are accepted at RobertsonEquineSales.com, or by contacting Jimmy Robertson at (502) 802-6977 or Jimmy@RobertsonEquineSales.com

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