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Callaway Hills Sales Activity



Callaway Hills trainer Billy Greenwell reported several sales over the past few months from the New Bloomfield, Mo., nursery. Greenwell also noted the sales spanned several price ranges.

Headlining the transactions were four young stars sold to Kalarama Farm, Springfield, Ky. Kalarama trainer Larry Hodge selected Callaway’s Baa Baa Black Sheep, a four-year-old gaited mare that is just getting her career started. Baa Baa Black Sheep is a full sister to the current World’s Champion Five-Gaited Stallion shown by Redd Crabtree, Callaway’s Bluesman (Callaway’s Blue Norther x Callaway’s Carousel BHF). She is also a half sister to world’s champions Callaway’s Buttons and Bows, Callaway’s Merry-Go-Round and Callaway’s County Fair.

A daughter of World’s Champion CH Caramac out of the Callaway’s Blue Norther daughter, Callaway’s Cecelia, Callaway’s Stir It Up was another young gaited mare purchased by Kalarama Farm. This three-year-old is a half sister to CH Callaway’s Smart Angle and the current amateur/ladies three-gaited champion shown by Kate Baumann, Callaway’s Campaign Manager.

Also headed to Kentucky is Callaway’s Time Well Wasted, a two-year-old full brother to the champion gaited gelding Callaway’s Carnival In Rio (Callaway’s Blue Norther x Callaway’s Carnival Queen by Supreme Heir). Time Well Wasted’s second dam is the above-mentioned Hall of Fame Broodmare, Callaway’s Carousel.

From a family of show horses, Callaway’s Silent Partner was the final Kalarama purchase. This top two-year-old prospect is by World’s Champion Callaway’s Blue Norther out of World’s Champion That’s My Story who is also the dam of five-gaited champions CH And I’m Stickin To It, First Chapter and A Whole Different Story.

Derek Repp came from California to purchase a top of the line two-year-old gelding named Callaway’s Most Wanted, a son of Callaway’s The Gipper (CH Caramac x Patty’s Dream BHF) and Callaway’s Ballerina (by Worthy Son). A daughter of world’s champion Callaway’s Confetti, Callaway’s Ballerina is also the dam of Callaway’s Blue Waltz, Callaway’s Cavalla and Callaway’s Worth Fighting For.

With Lynn McAllister as their agent, Dr. Carla Pearman and Tommy Fagan selected two nice three-year-olds. With a number of options for her division, Callaway’s Sweet Amelia is another from the golden cross of Callaway’s Blue Norther and a CH Caramac daughter, this one, Callaway’s My Girl.

The other part of the Pearman/Fagan package was the three-year-old gaited mare, Callaway’s Cry Me A River. This daughter of Callaway’s Blue Norther is out of A Sultan’s Collector’s Item daughter, Callaway’s Blushing Rose. Cry Me A River’s third dam is the great world’s champion gaited mare CH Gold Treat.

For their Kierson Farm, Michael and Jessie Richardson took home the two-year-old chestnut colt, Callaway’s Righteous Indignation. This blue-blooded prospect is by Callaway’s The Gipper out of a Bi Mi Sultan’s Wine mare who is out of Reserve World’s Champion Of Champions Dearest One. Shown by Jean McLean Davis, Dearest One is a World’s Grand Champion CH Yorktown daughter of Three-Gaited World’s Grand Champion Oak Hill’s Dear One.

"We’re pleased with the traffic we’ve had and the homes these horses went to," concluded Greenwell. "They will all have a great chance to continue their education and become top show horses. We’re also looking forward to our production sale at Tattersalls. There are several nice ones going through as we have to make room for what’s still in the field."

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