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Gerry Rushton Stables On The Move



Gerry Rushton Stables has had quite a busy winter. After a long wait, they have finally moved into their new facility with a new phone number of 951-789-7101. They are also delighted to announce that, for the first time, they will be standing CCR's Grand Command this year. The sire of World Champion CCR's Outrajus Corajus is wonderfully bred and this is a chance to get some of the wonderful bloodlines before they vanish. Grand Command is sired by Wham Bam Command and out of Couser's Supremacy (Saddleback Supreme x Shaker's Ingrid).

Gerry Rushton Stables has also added another pair of sales to first time Morgan owners to their growing list of transactions. Terry and Jeanette Gibson purchased Tamarisk On Target for their daughter Kaitlin with Lance Bennett as agent. The winning pleasure gelding sired by Tug Hill Whamunition was bred and formerly owned by Vita Zodin and Nancy Pollack with GRS selling agent. George Hennessy and Cindy Sullivan bought the winning western pleasure performer Fiddler's O Flairegain from the Miller family. GRS represented both parties in the sale of the Noble Flaire son.

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