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Gregory Lane Stables Sales Activity



Posted April 11, 2002
Elaine Gregory was the agent in several recent transactions at her Brookfield, Vt., facility. Heather Wright, Bland, Va., purchased the three-gaited pony Mr. Heirastotle with trainer Gary Altizer as agent. Callaway’s Class Act was purchased by Sarah Wolfe, Clovis, Calif., for the three-gaited pleasure division. Laurie Servine of Rancho de Servine in Somis, Calif., was the agent for Wolfe. Wolfe also purchased the three-gaited park mare Crown Point’s Royal Duchess to show this season under the direction of Servine.

Michael and Beth Roth, St. Cloud, Minn., are the new owners of the three-gaited gelding Rare Justice. Helen Taylor, Scottsdale, Ariz., has purchased Let’s Rock ‘N Roll, for the country pleasure division, from former owner Donna Guertin of Manchester, N.H. Both horses will remain in training with Judy Jensen and Todd Perkins of Centre Pointe Stables in Delano, Minn. Country western pleasure gelding Newtown Classic was selected by Fabian Simon of Hopkinton, N.H. Kevin Tomasko, of Phoenix Stables in Hopkinton, was agent and receiving trainer. Janet and Bob Morris, Temple, Maine, purchased Bee’s Chosen Star for their daughter, Mary, to show this season. Songa Hardy was agent and will train the three-gaited pleasure gelding for the Morris family.

Top Rumble, another three-gaited pleasure gelding, was purchased by Judy Meola, Londonderry, N.H., to be shown by her daughter this season. Trainer J.J. Meuse, High Roller Farm, was the agent for Meola. My Courageous Admiral, a three-year-old park pleasure prospect, was selected by Pamela King of Bradenton, Fla.

David and Amanda Barrister are the new owners of the mare, The Star Of April, to be shown in the 10 and under walk and trot division by their seven-year-old daughter Taylor. Jon and Sarah Lettre are the new trainers and agents from Wright Way Stables in Augusta, Maine. The Morgan mare CPM Syrene was purchased by Tony and Cheryl Marcelonis of CPM Stables in Newtown, N.H. Super Gun, a pleasure prospect, will remain in training at Gregory Lane Stables for new owner Marilyn Sizemore.

The country pleasure mare Windemere’s Emerald Dawn will be shown for new owner Kathleen Beckett, Kennebunkport, Maine, by her daughters Melissa and Lindsey. Theresa Guillmette, of High Stepping Equestrian Center in Arundel, Maine, was the agent and new trainer. Jerry and Nancy Brindle, also of Kennebunkport, have purchased Specially Designed. Their daughter, Tara, will show the gelding under the direction of agent and trainer Theresa Guillmette.

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