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Zubrod Stables Buys and Sells Several



Zubrod Stables, in Prospect, Ky., has had a busy few months with several new purchases and sales by customers in preparation for the 2012 show season.

Chihuly was purchased by Rodney Filsaime from Harlan Lyons of Phoenix, Ariz. Lukens Stables was the agent for the Filsaimes. The Parr family purchased She’s High Fashion from Greg and Avery Campbell. Fashion will be shown by Megan Parr under the direction of trainer and agent Harrison Shiflet.

CH The Mystery Machine was purchased by Darby and Amy Campbell from the Benfield family for their daughter Reagan to show in walk and trot equitation this year. Bill and Lisa Waller, of Cloverleaf Stables, were the agents for the Campbells.

Maisie Benfield will show her new horse Highpoint’s Syncopated Rhythm in the 13 and under equitation division under the direction of Zubrod Stables. The Benfield family purchased the equitation horse from the McCool family with Cater Stables as agent for the McCools.

Carl Meyers was purchased by The Corral Family from Fair Island Farm of Versailles, Ky. Zubrod Stables was the agent for both parties. Melissa Corral will show her new horse in junior exhibitor three-gaited pleasure.

The Kelly family is the proud new owner of La Zingara for Kaitlin Kelly to show in the pleasure equitation division from Zubrod Stables. “Gypsy” was sold by the Lesniak family, of Delafield, Wis., by agent Equitate LLC.  

Barbe Smith, of Cascade Stables, selected the many times equitation champion CF Cool Night Out from former owner and Zubrod customer Dr. John Stutts.

Callaway’s Fox Jackson was purchased by Ron Pateman and Cynthia Knight from the Amrein family. Anne Pateman is showing Callaway’s Fox Jackson in the junior exhibitor country pleasure division under the direction of agent and trainer Cascade Stables. 

Show prospects, Ro and Me’s Bella Dante and Ro and Me’s Jonny Lang were purchased by Zubrod Stables from Romy Ackerberg of Ro and Me, LLC.  

Jim and Helen Cherry purchased a new equitation horse for their daughter Caroline to show in the 14-17 equitation division. They selected King Coconut from agent and trainer Meadowlake Farm. 

In A Nutshell was purchased by Jeff and Tyra Amrein from Theresa Vonderschmitt for their daughter Anna Leigh Amrein to show in the junior exhibitor park division. Mike Tunstall was the agent for the Vonderschmitt. 

Gypsy’s Stella was purchased by Kristie Miles Mehovice of Shorewood, Ill., to show in amateur park classes and has now been named Expensive Taste. Mehovice selected her new horse from former owners Jodie and Melissa Swain. Jonelle Chovanec of Landmark Farm was the purchasing agent for Mehovice. 

Mayday Masquerade was purchased by Eric McAtee of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from former owners Phyllis and Neal Duncan. 

Heir To My Heart was purchased by the Arterburn family for their daughter Kaeley to show in pleasure equitation. Heir To My Heart was previously owned by Anne Pateman and trained by Cascade Stables.

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