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Signature Stables Opens

Posted October 17, 2001
October 1st marked the opening of Signature Stables in Simpsonville, Kentucky. A joint venture between Chad Cole, formerly of Infinity Stables and Michelle McMahon of Premier Stables, Signature Stables is now offering training, lessons and sales to outside customers.

Chad has learned from such horsemen as Claude Shiflet, Randy Cole, and most recently, Jimmy and Helen Robertson. He has been involved in all aspects of the industry, teaching lessons, preparing sale horses, developing amateur and juvenile teams with a strong emphasis on preparing young horses for the show ring. Such stars include Caramac's Bogart, Callaway's Twister, The Cunningham, WC Steel In The Deal, Worthy Skippers, RWC Town Fantasy, and Mad Night Out among others. Michelle has been on assistant to Rob and Sarah Byers for seven years and has also worked for Anne Speck, Dave and Sarah Patton and Jack McGrane and is a graduate of William Woods University. She has worked in all areas of the business, from youth clubs and lesson programs to preparing juvenile and amateur teams as well as equitation horses. She has shown and developed such stars as WC Harlems Gem, WC Strike The Gold, Coconut Grove, equitation horses...Attaches Chaminade and Norma Jean Baker, Saddlebred hunter...Capture The Dream, and young horses...Winter's Black Knight and WC What's My Line.

Signature Stables is located at the beautiful Pleasantview Farm owned by Kris and Kelsey Price. Chad and Michelle can be reached at 502-722-1521.

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