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New Lineup for Rockridge Farm


Four top contenders have joined the Rancho Santa Fe, California-based Rockridge Farm show string and are being prepared for the 2006 show season.

Patty DeVault, of DeVault Farms, LLC, purchased Reserve World's Champion Junior Three-Gaited Wee Pee's Storm for her daughter Julie DeVault to show in the junior exhibitor three-gaited division under the direction of Bill Tomin. Neil Visser and Larry Hodge, of Kalarama Farm, were the agents for former owner the Orr Family.

Bill and Debbie Tomin purchased Our Charming Lady LCC from former owner Gayle Lampe with Mike Roberts as agent for Lampe. Debbie Tomin will show her new mount in the amateur three-gaited division.

World's Champion Five-Gaited Pleasure horse CH Forever Aptor was purchased by Gail Hooker from former owners Guy and Pauline Warner and will be shown by Hooker in the adult five-gaited pleasure division. Bill Tomin, of Rockridge Farm, was the agent for Hooker and Andy and Lynda Freseth, of Hollow Haven Farm, served as agents and former trainers for the Warners.

Debbie Foley was the agent for former owner Tim Shallcross in the sale of Reserve World's Champion Junior Five-Gaited Gelding Undulata's Prophet to Gail Hooker. Prophet will serve as her amateur five-gaited mount under the direction of agent Bill Tomin.

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