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Kierson Farm Sales Activity

This summer has been very busy at Kierson! For starters, here is a quick announcement of recent sales activity at Kierson.

Congratulations to Kathleen Ververeli on the selection of Mojito!Mojito is a flashy 5 year old purchased from Scott and Carol Matton of Knollwood Farms in Hartland, WI. Kathleen and Mojito will debut in the Adult Pleasure division at the Mid-Atlantic Fall Finale Horse Show Mid June. Mike and Jessie Richardson agents for Buyer, to be trained by Kierson Farm.

Mike and Jessie Richardson want to extend a whole hearted congrats to the Kramlick Family on the purchase of Kierson owned Only Dream in Town. Both Gillian and Courtney Kramlick have been a part of the Kierson Academy Team since Mike and Jessie first started teaching lessons at Revelation Farm. Gillian will take the big step from the Academy ranks to the Walk and Trot Pleasure Division at the Mid-Atlantic Fall Finale Horse Show. Little sister Courtney is planning to earn her turn sometime next spring after a winter of hard work! Only Dream in Town to remain in training with Kierson Farm.

Lorraine Schumacher announces the selection of 2 year old, Ridgewood's Lasting Love. " Ruby" is big, black and beautiful! Purchased from Kierson Farm, Ruby will remain in training with the Richardson's and will debut in 2011 in the 3 year old Park Pleasure division.

Allyson, Nancy and Bob Ehle welcomed Blazing Sevens to their Show String. Kierson farm acted as agents for the Ehles on the selection of this 3 year old gaited colt from Allen Brown of St. Mary's, MO. To be trained by Kierson Farm.

Congratulations to Joanna Ricci and proud Grandmother Dorothy Hock on the selection of Silver Exchange. Silver was selected to be partnered with Joanna for the 13 and under 3 gaited division in 2011 as Joanna will be handing over current partner Coraleen to little sister Hallie for the 10 year old Walk and Trot Equitation Division. Former owner : Alice Nunley: Agent for Seller: Mike Roberts. Agent for Buyer: Kierson Farm: to be trained by Kierson Farm.

Mike and Jessie Richardson announce the selection of two year old Callaway's Righteous Indignation from Callaway Hills Stable, New Bloomfield, MO, with William Greenwell as Agent.

Mike and Jessie Richardson announce the Selection of Catalysts Nip of Wine from Joanne Barr of New Castle, PA; John Warner Agent. To be trained by Kierson Farm.

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