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Judd Stables Prepares New Teams



Posted February 14, 2002
In preparation for the upcoming 2002 show season Don Judd and Maria Gilman, of Judd Stables in Land O’ Lakes, Fla., were agents in several transactions and will have several new teams in training. Barbara Woods has purchased Primary Goal for the two-year-old fine harness division from Tracy and Mary Jane Curtis. Woods sold SDR's Calypso Rhythm to Tracy and Mary Jane Curtis for the Ladies or Amateur Five-Gaited division.

Brook Oliver purchased Let The Games Begin to show in the junior exhibitor country pleasure division from Deborah and Leon Richardson of Richardson Stables in Lenoir, Tenn. Judd Stables was agent for Oliver. The Richardsons also sold Magic Mahogany, for the show pleasure division, to new owner Lynn Martin.

Lucky and Anita Karst are the new owners of Another Night In Dixie. The two-year-old prospect by CF First Night Out was purchased from Blythewood Farm. Winterthur, also purchased from Blythewood, will be shown in the junior exhibitor five-gaited division by new owner Jessica Anderson, showing under the direction of Judd Stables. Claire Karst will show her new horse, world's grand champion CH Diamond Assets, in the junior exhibitor three-gaited pleasure and pleasure equitation divisions. Patty Wooters was the former owner, agent, and trainer.

World's champion CH Callaway's True Grit, last year's show pleasure driving national champion, was purchased by Lois and David Vartanian with Joan Lurie as agent for Mary Russell. Jackie DeLaParte is the new owner of Glider Supreme for the 10 and under walk and trot equitation division. David Cunningham, of Beaver Brook Stables, was the agent for the sellers.

Brian and Susan Reimer were the former owners, agents, and trainers of Night Watch Fox, a two-year-old prospect, by Grape Tree's Contract, purchased by Maria Gilman. Gilman sold world's champion The Radiant Prince to the Watkins family for the 10 and under walk and trot division under the direction of Zubrod Stables. Cindy Zubrod Boel was the agent for the Watkins family.

Kim Reinhardt purchased reserve world's champion CH Mogul for the junior exhibitor three-gaited division from former owners Sam and Janet Kellett of Alde-Mar Farms. Bob Vesel was the agent and former trainer. Worthy's Top Choice will compete in the junior exhibitor three-gaited pleasure division with new owner Samantha Smith under the direction of Judd Stables. Tom and April Manning are the former owners from Judd Stables.

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