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Spring Sales Activity



Sales Activity At Shadow Run, LLC

Shadow Run, LLC has continued to stay busy with a flurry of recent sales. Cha Ching, the former World Champion Walk and Trot mount of Amber Lynn Lowry and owned by Barbara Crawley of Nicholasville, Kentucky has been sold to Julie Murphy of Waterford, Michigan for her daughter Crystal. Crystal will debut in 2003 in the Walk and Trot division. Agent for Barbara Crawley was Bill and Nancy Becker of Shadow Run, LLC and agent for Julie Murphy is Jodie Higdon, Executive Farms located in Grand Blanc, Michigan.

The winning juvenile three-gaited mare, Pure Gold Lady previously shown to her many victories by Jessica Keys, and owned by Bob and Lynn Keys of Scottsdale, Arizona has been sold to Jim and Lynette Seibly of Grain Valley, Missouri. Agent for Bob and Lynn Keys was Shadow Run, LLC and agent for The Seiblys was Chuck Browning of Pleasant Hill, Missouri.

The competitive five-gaited pleasure horse Adventure road has been sold to Joyce McKinley of Quincy, Illinois. Adventure Road was owned by Shadow Run, LLC. Agent for Joyce McKinley was Cathy McKinley of Show Horse Tack located in Quincy, Illinois as well.

Sales Activity From Around The Country

Dale Arnston of Country Meadow Farm, Mokena, Ill., reported the purchase of Callaway’s Glory Glory, the new 10 & under walk and trot mount for Mallory Hartigan, from Lori Glickman. Mallory is the daughter of Jeff and Leslie Hartigan, Glen Ellen, Ill.

With John T. Jones as agent, Golden Creek Farms, Simpsonville, Ky., recently sold the three-year-old prospect, Havana Harry to Roberta Rassieur of St. Louis, Mo., with Virgil Helm as her trainer/agent. Bred by Golden Creek Farms, Havana Harry is by Supreme Heir out of Broadway Babe ERB who is a full sister to L.A. Times and a half sister to Top Spool.

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