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Lowry Stables Sales

Jim and Fay Lowry of Lowry Stables in Seymour, Illinois have been busy with five sales over the winter. The winning English pleasure gelding Paradigm Power Surge was purchased by Elizabeth Sammut with Katie Mair as agent. The six-year-old Will Power son was formerly owned by Dan and Kathy Taylor. Katie Mair was also the receiving trainer/agent in Jennifer Grey's purchase of Night Out. Jim and Peggy Boege were the former owners of this seven-year-old top winning black hunter pleasure gelding.

The Lowrys represented Mary Lou Zacheis in the sale of Circle Z's Noble Signature. The four-year-old bay western pleasure winning gelding was selected by Chris Verbal with Lori Marino as agent. The three-year-old park/pleasure prospect On The Move is moving to California. John Antman purchased the son of Ben's Rhapsody and CFP Applause Applause with Anne Speck as agent from former owners Bob and Barbara Bodine.

The sporty four-year-old English pleasure gelding THB Heavens Masterpiece was selected by Hope Eternal Farm with John and Belle Hufferd as agents. Ted and Debbie Baker were the former owners and breeders of the son of Futurity French Command and Brentwood Alicia.

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