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Infinity Stables Announces Sales Activity and New Assistant Trainer


Jimmy and Helen Robertson and their clients welcome Keen Sullivan, a 2006 graduate of William Woods University, as the stable’s newest assistant trainer. Sullivan interned at Infinity in 2005 and is now returning to continue her career as a full-time employee. Travis Higgins also assists in developing the Saddlebred horses, roadsters and Hackney ponies for Infinity’s clients.

The Robertsons also congratulate the new owners and trainers of the following mounts:

Pecan Prince, a talented equitation star that has carried several riders to wins at top shows across the U.S., was selected by Tara Weber, of Sabino Equestrian Center, for Emily Chapman, Tucson, Ariz. Infinity represented seller Jennifer Grudis, of Denver, Colo., in the transaction.

Callaway’s Fox Jackson, chosen by Bob Jenson, of Bob Jenson Stables, Lakeview, Minn., for Andra Trakaoo. “Jack” was formerly owned by Joe Dorignac,
New Orleans, La., and ridden by Joel Dorignac to many wins in the equitation and pleasure equitation ranks.

Shadow Of A Smile, repurchased by Britny Ruyle, of
Boynton Beach, Fla. This pretty three-gaited park mare, sold by Kayce Bell, was owned by Ruyle when the mare was a three-year old. Since that time seven years ago, Britny has followed the mare’s career and excitedly reclaimed her “Princess” when she was offered for sale.

Simpsonville, Ky., the Infinity crew sends best wishes to these new owners, riders and trainers for a successful show season.

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