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24 January, 1963 Virginia Lamb (Continued from page 23) of the best in California, but that he, too, was riding a two-year-old for Mr. Smith by Stately Go Boy, out of Sun­ set Roll Along, which is a full sister to Dunn's Trouble Maker, the sire of ray colt, and that he felt his two-year- old was as great if not greater than mine. This will make for good com­ petition in the Junior classes in 1963. (5) Mr. Cecil Quick spoke with Barbara Worth, of Sacramento, about having brood mares for sale, and Miss Worth informed Bill Oakford of Los Angeles about these mares. Mr. Oak- ford made a trip here to visit with Mr. Quick and was more than pleased with the mares. (6) Mrs. Helen Noyes of Reno, Nevada has purchased the well known pleasure horse, Tennessee Rambler, from Miss Kristan Otto of Sacramento, The transaction was made at the Cow Palace in San Francisco during the Exposition. Mrs. Noyes also bought ‘Blooming Air”, a two-year-old geld­ ing that is an excellent show prospect. He is now in training at Mr. Dunn’s bam. (7) Dr. and Mrs. Don Harrington, of Stockton, visited Sacramento in re­ gards to the spring sale coming up for Walking Horses. Dr. Harrington was one of the men that spent his money and time in 1960 promoting the Ten­ nessee Walking Horse sales that was held at the California State Fair­ grounds here. He is planning on hav­ ing a consignment for the coming sale and will help in every way to promote this sale and others to be held in California. (8) As an added note; The success of the trail ride that was held on Nov­ ember 25th sold seven Walking Horses. Cecil Quick sold his stallion, Doughboy's Jesebeau, one brood mare and four colts to Cynthia Morris. Mrs. Morris also purchased from J. D. Landers his very fine brood mare, Merry Lily, which is the dam of Mr. Gene Newman’s stallion and is now in foal to The Rebel J, owned by Kenton Thompson of Rio Linda. (9) Mrs. Helen Porter, 6444 Hic- tory Avenue, Orangevale, California would like to hear from anyone in­ terested in showing their pleasure horses and establishing classes for them. GROWING INTEREST IN ILLINOIS, REPORTS JUDGE "There is indeed a growing interest in Walking Horses,” reported John W. Corrigan, 412 Wesley Ave, Oak Park, 111. “I judged several good shows the past year and although some of them had all breeds in their exhibits, there were usually several classes of Walkers, and one two-day show in Michigan had 15 Walking Horses,” he con­ tinued. "Due to there being illness and a death in my family. 1 neglected to write in for my judge's card for 1963, and now 1 find that although I will received the card, it is too late to have my name on the association's printed list. Will you print a full list of judges in your magazine as you did last year?” J. D. Hall offers — • • • • Several started 2-year-olds One Good Junior Horse Two Amateur Geldings Several Good Broke Pleasure Horses — A Few Good Brood Mares Let Me Start Your Green Colt You Will Like What You See. — J. D. HALL STABLES MELROSE FARM Nashville, Tennessee Call AL 4=8494 Address Correspondence to J. D. Hall, Rt. I, Eagleville, Tennessee