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Offspring Making Steady Sales



Posted May 9, 2002
The offspring of I’m A New Yorker has been selling steadily, said George and Ben Nash, of Nash Stables, Inc., located in Leola, Penn.

Earlier this year, Jim and Jenny Taylor, of Memory Lane Farm, selected an outstanding young junior five-gaited gelding --Downtown Strutter. He is sired by I’m A New Yorker and out of Crownpoint Chardonay by Catalyst.

Beth Clifton of Lexington, Ky. purchased two choice horses from Nash Stables -- I’m Remarkable, a gifted three-year-old gelding soon ready to be shown in fine harness or three-gaited divisions, and The One You’ve Waited For, shown successfully as a junior harness colt for Judith Heinbach. The One You’ve Waited For will become an under saddle contender. Both fine young horses are now in training with Todd Miles at Delovely Farm.

The One You’ve Waited For is out of a Harlem’s Royal Gift and is a full brother to the Nash Stables’ three-year-old stallion, New York Royale. This extraordinary stallion will breed a handful of Nash mares this season and stand open to the public in 2003 for breeding services.

Meanwhile, I’m A New Yorker is currently standing at Jones Mountainview Saddlebreds in Virginia under the management of Fred Sarver.

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