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Hollow Haven Sales Activity

Andy and Lynda Freseth have reported numerous sales and purchases recently from their Hollow Haven Farm in Oconomowoc, Wisc. With Hollow Haven as agent, Travis Van Zetten purchased MT Hopper from Barb Hendrickson. Tom and Cary Volz were agents for Hendrickson. A winner of several titles in 2001, the bay gelding will by shown by Van Zetten in the amateur park division. The Freseths also selected the winning gaited pleasure horse, Simply Spool for Brown-Anderson Farm, Inc. (Bob and Nancy Anderson). Purchased from Rose Marie Fernandez, with Rob and Sarah Byers as her agent, Simply Spool will be shown by the Anderson’s daughter Linda Meyer.

Irish’s Earth, Wind and Fire was selected by Todd and Jill Krempasky for their daughter Abby to show under the Hollow Haven banner in the 13 and under pleasure equitation division. David McRae, Chicago, Ill., was the former owner of the six-year-old gelding who won the 14-17 country pleasure class at Louisville this past season with Dakota Willimon showing for Richlon Farm.

The Freseths also represented Guy and Pauline Warner of Mound, Mn., in the purchase of Jordan’s Blue Angel from Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jordan. This beautiful filly will be shown by the Warner’s daughter, Carrie Mueller, in the junior pleasure division. Wes Bowling of Taylor Creek Stable represented the Jordans.

A former National Pleasure Champion and most recently a park champion, The Shadow Knows was purchased by Guy Smith as a Christmas present for his wife Karen. Hollow Haven represented the Smiths and Jimmie Hite Stables represented former owner Linda Roos.

Hollow Haven sold Hakeem The Dream for Brown-Anderson Farm, Inc. Represented by Cricket Hill Farm, Michael and Lisa Richardson, Elizabeth Dirth is the new owner and will show the black pleasure champion in the juvenile division.

Rounding out the list, Maximum Bob was selected by Ted and Susan Estes, Baseline Resources, Inc., for their daughter Teddi to show in the 14-17 equitation division. Maximum Bob was formerly owned and trained by Anne Moorhead, Banks Enterprises, and she was represented in the transaction by Danette Musselman of Alliance Stud.

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