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Chestnut Lane Posts Several Transactions



Posted February 13, 2002
John Whalen, of Chestnut Lane, in Monroe, N.C., has been busy preparing numerous new teams for the upcoming show season. Morgan Berger, daughter of Kathy Lyda Berger and granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Lyda, will become the second generation of equitation riders in her family and will show her new horse, CH Java Sea, in the equitation division under the direction of Whalen. Rob and Sarah Byers were the agents and trainers for former owners Garey and Susan Higdon. Whalen was agent for the Bergers.

Wes and Sena Bowling, of Taylor Creek Stables, sold their five-year-old, Chief’s Moody Man, to Rebecca Deutsch to show under the Chestnut Lane banner. Deutsch, the former owner of Champagne Pommery, will show Chief's Moody Man in the 13 and under show pleasure division.

Dr. and Mrs. William Roberts, the owners of Chestnut Lane, purchased the fine harness star Lucky’s Revelation for Dr. Roberts to show in the pleasure driving division. Wes and Sena Bowling were the agents and trainers for former owners Bill and Diane Yocum. Jennifer Roberts, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Roberts, will show her new horse The New York Lady in the 10 and under walk and trot equitation division. Tammy DeVore, of Clear View Stables, was the agent for former owners Burt and Teresa Walker.

Kathryn Currier has leased Martha's Highlite from owners Jim and Augustina Rosenbaum, Manor Farm, LLC, to show this season under the direction of John Whalen. Whalen is looking for a new mount for the Rosenbaum's daughter Cole. New Chestnut Lane customer Cyndie Berman has purchased the two-year-old prospect, Ray Ban. Beth Pittman was agent for the sellers.

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