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Triumph Stables Recent Transactions

John and Belle Hufferd of Triumph Stables, Roanoke, IN have been busy this winter and spring with sales and new foal arrivals. Western pleasure connoisseur Virginia Adams of South Pasadena, CA has chosen Raintree Let's Dance (Born To Boogie x FCF Dearest Illusion), a pretty four-year-old mare, who has headed off to California under the tutelage of trainer/agent Garn Walker.

Cindy Mugnier returned to Triumph to bring World Champion Southbrook Ultimatum (Ultimate Command x Nemours Royal Cameo) back to Fox Meadow Farm. He is the junior exhibitor mount for Jill Chiecko, daughter of Greg & Mary Ann Chiecko of Massachusetts.

The exciting two-year-old stallion, TSL Starcraft (Liberation First Star x TSL Victoria's Secrets), has left for his new home in Farmville, NC, the property of Mrs. Shirley Harrell. Jason Harrell acted as agent representing Mrs. Harrell in this transaction.

Margaret Van Meter of Springfield, IL has made another wise selection in her choice of Cartier, a promising two-year-old stallion sired by Cedar Creek Harlequin and out of the World Champion Schiaparelli. Glenn Bouvier represented former owner and breeder Louise Shane of Alpharetta, GA.

Triumph Stables is especially pleased with this year's arriving foals. All are available for purchase and all are $70,000 Morgan Breeder Sweepstakes eligible. A leggy chestnut colt trimmed in white is sired by WC Stonecroft Masquerade and out of the Tedwin Topic daughter, LCS Mona Lisa. A stunning black filly will make her WC papa proud, sired by Stonecroft Byzantine and out of the Nostradamus daughter, Penncrest Prophecy. Aljaks Miss Wham I Am is happy to have a full brother, also chestnut trimmed in white, sired by Aljaks Double Whammy and out of Century Oaks Denali, by Tedwin Topic. LCS Mona Lisa (via her recipient friend) also produced a striking chestnut colt trimmed in white and sired by World Champion Liberation First Star. First Star is also the sire of the first foal of World Champion Ryan's Pure Silk Lady, an upheaded bay colt who also arrived via embryo transfer.

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