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Robertson Equine Sales Presents Strong Autumn ’15 Sale Line-Up



Friday & Saturday,November 20 - 21

(Shelbyville, Ky.) Are we name dropping? You bet we are!

We are proud to present a line-up of notable show horses and breeding stock at our upcoming sale, including:

• Four horses out of Callaway Stables’ Hall Of Fame broodmares

• Full sister to CH Callaway's Banner Headline

• Nut This Nut That, the two-year-old three-gaited Reserve World's Champion

• Four-year-old three-gaited Sweepstakes winner and three-year-old three-gaited Futurity winner

Undulata's Optical Illusion ERB

• Full sister to Callaway's Say Yes!, 2014 World's Champion Junior Five Gaited Mare

CH Caramac five-year-old half-brother to CH Callaway's No More Mr. Nice Guy and Callaway's She's Got It All

(last year’s sale topper)

• Full brother to WCC Callaway's Reality Show

A two-day sale of 181 outstanding horses and ponies are catalogued from consignors such as Callaway Hills, and Tre' and Emily Lee. Willowbank Farm is bringing several nice broodmares either by Undulata’s Nutcracker or in foal to Nutcracker. Matt Shiflet has consigned The Road Less Traveled, who has a great show record as a three gaited

horse as well as a reserve world’s championship in fine harness – and Mr. Shiflet has also consigned some

mares in foal to his great stallion Tango's Parting Kiss, in addition to a nice colt by the stallion. Also look for horses

consigned Dr. Raun, Larry Hodge, Todd Graham, Peter and Kim Cowart, Debbie Foley, Biggins Stable, Chuck

Herbert, Virgil Helm, Melinda Moore, Singing Hills, Peter Palmer, Rich Campbell, Raymond Shively, and many many

more.

Some important items to note, according to Robertson:

1. Tack sale will be held Friday and Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m., with check-in of items on Thursday, 9 a.m.

- 5 p.m. at Floral Hall. If necessary, the tack sale will also be held after Friday’s equine sale. To consign tack

items, contact Mike Felty at (502) 633-2007 or Les Cunningham at (859) 404-1113.

2. Horse consignments can be viewed at RES’s online site:

http://www.robertsonequinesales.com/index.php/conhorsesall

3. Printed catalogs are available upon request; price is now $5 each, including postage.

4. A fee-based live Webcast is available from RichfieldVideo.com.

5. Receive real-time text updates of sales lane activity in response to your request to (234) 421-7792. Simply

enter: RES

Held at the Shelby County Fairground in Shelbyville, Ky., the popular sale is concluding its fourth year. For more information, contact Jimmy Robertson at (502) 802-6977 or Jimmy@RobertsonEquineSales.com.

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