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Reiser Stables Sales Activity

Over the last few months, Reiser Stables of Simpsonville, Kentucky has experienced some of their busiest times with an abundance of purchases from the array of champions that they offer, to many outside purchases from their clients.

Reiser Stables wishes to congratulate the following on their recent purchases from Reiser Stables:

Cedarledge Farm of Wethersfield, Connecticut on their purchase of the handsome Park Pleasure Champion, Rifles' Grey Roses. This wonderful horse was the 2008 Springfield Charity Park Pleasure Limit Champion. Previously owned by Shannon Noel Hafer of Versailles, Kentucky, he will be trained by Lynn Harvey McNamara of Cedarledge Farm in Wethersfield, Connecticut.

Pat, Julie and Ann Roberts of Green Bay, Wisconsin on their purchase of RWC Callaway's C.H. Hardin. This cocky pleasure horse was shown to a multitude of victories in the Junior Exhibitor Country Pleasure ranks. Previously owned by Pat, Penny & Katie McLaughlin of Mount Washington, Kentucky.

Katie Young of Cramerton, North Carolina on her purchase of WC CH Thundersnow. This gorgeous horse was a massive winner in the adult show pleasure ranks, recently acquiring his CH title and obtaining the World Championship in Division I of the Adult Show Pleasure Section. Previously owned by Erin Obenauf of Louisville, Kentucky, he will be trained by Mary & Evan Orr of High Caliber Stables in Kernersville, North Carolina.

Haley Griffin of Cornelius, North Carolina on her purchase of WCC Simply Striking. This phenomenal gelding was a crowd sensation being the RWCC in the Junior Exhibitor Country Pleasure Division, and the WC in the Junior Exhibitor 14-17 Section II. Previously owned by the Scott Miller Family of Frankfort, Kentucky, he will be trained by Quintus & Brooke Vanderspuy of Lenux Stables in Huntersville, North Carolina.

Mackenzie Hall of Murphy, Texas on her purchase of Miss Photogenic. This gorgeous, black daughter of Harlem's Valentino has been a crowd pleasing pleasure horse with multiple wins, including River Ridge. Previously owned by Steve, Ellen & Stefani Hanes of Portsmouth, Ohio, she will be trained by Patty Milligan of Milligan Stables in Plano, Texas.

Bebe Olcott of Fort Worth, Texas on her purchase of Callaway's Blue Waltz. This exquisite mare was the Reserve Amateur Three Gaited Grand Champion at the Lexington Jr League, and the Amateur over 15.2 Reserve Champion. Previously owned by Carolyn G. Stuart of Chicago, Illinois, she will be trained by Premier Stables in Simpsonville, Kentucky.

Reiser Stables would also like to congratulate their recent acquisitions:

Erin Obenauf of Louisville, Kentucky on her purchase of Into the Blue. This beautiful mare by (SA) Tornaado, and out of a mare by The Irish Connection, was formerly owned and bred by Sue Nifong, of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She was trained by Mike Tunstall Stables of Finchville, Kentucky.

Carolyn G. Stuart of Chicago, Illinois on her purchase of Nut an Illusion. This wonderful colt by Undulata's Nutcracker, and out of Sweet Illusion W.F was formerly owned and trained by Willowbank Farm of Simpsonville, Kentucky.

Steve, Ellen & Stefani Hanes of Portsmouth, Ohio on their purchase of WC Pola Negri. This unbelievable daughter of WGC CH An Heir About Her and by Exalted Effect, have brought their dreams full circle. She was purchased from Elisabeth Goth-Chelberg of Lebanon, Kentucky and was trained by Kalarama Farm of Springfield, Kentucky

Ed, Deb and Will Rhoads of Waverly, Ohio on their purchase of WC Sass with Class. This award winning mare is by Santana's Charm and out of a mare by CH Buck Rogers. She was purchased from Heather Greenbaum of Scottsdale, Arizona and was formerly trained by Roman & Cayce Marcos of Emerald Hills Ranch.

Reiser Stables has many other wonderful champions and prospects for sale. If you are looking for your next show horse in any division or price range, definitely stop by and visit.

Visit their website at for more up-to-date information, pictures and videos.

Contact Chris Reiser at (937) 361-2490 or Ryan Stodd at (502) 216-0511 or

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