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Recent Sales At Zubrod Stables



Posted May 10, 2002
The Radiant Prince was purchased from Maria Gilman by Sandy and Ellen Watkins, Louisville, Ky., for their daughter Eleanor to show in Walk/Trot Equitation. Zubrod was the agent for Watkins. “Prince” has won numerous world champions in performance and will be an exciting new face for equitation.

Stoneviews Joy was purchased from Meg Allen and parents by Rob Deckard for his daughter Devon to show in her final year of pleasure equitation. Meg had wins at Lexington, Louisville and reserve in National UPHA Senior Pleasure Finals. The Deckards live in Crestwood, Ky. Zubrod is their trainer-agent.

CH High Expectations was purchased by David Weber and Glenna Majors for daughter Olivia from Art and Leah Zubrod. “Oscar” had carried Deveau and Renee to many titles including Reserve NHS National Champion, Reserve Adult UPHA Champion and 11 year old world champion. We hope Olivia will continue the success in the 11 & under equitation division. She is current 10-year-old walk/trot world champion. Zubrod agent for both parties. The Webers are from Louisville.

Marilyn McCoo was purchased by Patricia DeVault for her daughter Julie to show in 13 & under equitation. This great mare is multi-titled in the performance division and most recently was shown in equitation by Olivia Weber ot a RWC, a current WC 10-year-old walk/trot and current Lexington Junior League 10-year-old walk/trot. Marcy McLemore is the agent and receiving trainer. Zubrod was agent for David Weber and Glenna Majors.

My Genius Truly A King was purchased by Judith LaBonte for daughter Melina. Purchased from Sandy, Ellen and Eleanor Watkins of Louisville, Ky., Melina will continue this pony’s winning ways in walk/trot pleasure. Darlene Dublois was agent for LaBonte with Zubrod agent for Watkins.

Sir Patrick Stewart was purchased by Chuck and Kim Ross, Paducah, Ky., for their daughters to show in pleasure and academy. He is a wonderful first horse for this family. Kevin McKellips was the agent for the Ross’s. Zubrod was agent for former owners, the Ware family.

Newt’s Contract was purchased by the Jansen family, Prospect, Ky., as an academy mount for wife Kaelin and children, Lauren, Jonathan, and Joseph. Zubrod was agent for Jansens and former owner Ray Yoder.

Attache’s Magic Assets was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. David Landrum, Franklin, Tenn., for their daughter Lindsey to show in 8 & under walk/trot equitation. Lindsey is current 7 & Under Walk/Trot Equitation World Champion. “Ariel” is the former mount of Kaitlin McGowan. She carried Kaitlin to the World Champion 10 & Under Equitation and Reserve National UPHA 11 & Under Championship. Zubrod was agent for Mike and Amy McGowan. Lillian Shively was the agent for Landrums.

Mo’ Motion was purchased by Gordon and Cheryl Dorff, from Omaha, Nebraska, for their daughter Jamie Bendar. She will compete in her final year of equitation. The horse was purchased from Debra Hoffman of Illinois with Crumpler Stables her agent. He had been successful in the adult pleasure classes.

Kansas City Red Baron was purchased by Gene Davis, Odenville, Ala., from Craig Treadway. Tim Henderson is the receiving trainer-agent for this five-gaited pony with Zubrod agent for Treadway.

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