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Recent Sales and Purchases at Meadow Wood Stables

Danny and Nancy Troutman along with former owner Carol Reedy would like to congratulate the Don Clark family on their recent purchase of the great 10 and under horse, The Chaperone, for their daughter Presley. We look forward to seeing the two of them in the show ring headed up by the Clark’s trainer Jon Walker.

First time show horse owners, Marie Miller, Maria and Kathy Hall have selected the exciting 4 year old mare, A Temper Tantrum for daughter Kathy to show in Juvenile Park. Kathy started riding at Meadow Wood in the lesson program and has advanced thru the Winter Tournaments and Academy programs to now have her own show horse. Kathy and Temper look great together and should have a good show career ahead of them. A Temper Tantrum is sired by Dorian Wild Temper and out of Vanity’s Gypsy Town.

Long time ASB owner Jennifer Crozier has selected the 3 year old That’s Final as her next show mount. That’s Final is sired by Finally Attached and out of the wonderful mare Galahad’s Gabardine. Jennifer and her family have been showing saddlebreds and have been valued customers at Meadow Wood for a long time and we appreciate their love of the horses and the sport!

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