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Date February 29, 2020
Name Sue Davisdon
Email A1stitchwitch@gmail.com
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City Morrow
State Ohio
Country USA
Comments Hi, Phil! You taught my late hubby & I how to harness, hitch up & drive a cart & a team! You also helped us buy our first pair of Clydes (whom we registered as a pair) from The Murrays: Double A Lou (mare) & her gelding brother, Double A Prince. This was in 1987! Lucy gave us many gorgeous offspring! As a team, they were in so many parades I’ve lost count! The best advice you EVER gave us was to seriously consider purchasing a mare who was already in foal from Gerald Lewis at the annual Clyde Sale in ‘88. We did & she presented us with a most handsome, smart & sweet colt who became our herd sire: EssenJay Louis Supreme! Sadly, John passed in 2009 & so the horses & farm have also passed into history. However, I frequently see our last “baby” EssenJay Liberty Bell as a dear friend purchased her & lives but 15 minutes from me! Today, our adult grandchildren flock to local events to see the Budweiser 8-up whenever they’re within a hundred miles or so as they recall growing up with Clydes! Thank you for getting us started & providing so m




Date March 16, 2017
Name Leonard (Skip) Stevens
Email stevensleonard61@yahoo.com
Home Page
City Alexandria
State In
Country USA
Comments Looking for a job. I was employed by Quailhurst Clydesdales in the 80's as the driver. Still have been in the g.horse business. If you have any positions at all please contact me at (765) 610-0286. Thanks Skip




Date June 10, 2014
Name Del Dahl
Email ddahl@uiuc.edu
Home Page Urbana
City Il
State Champaign
Country
Comments Retired from the College of Agriculture several years ago. Have been involved in Quarter horses off and on--not now. I go to the Brocton show periodically, and grow increasingly concerned the people just have almost no appreciation ofor the role draft horses played in this country's develop,ment--and their role in today's world. If anyone else cares, I'd love to get with them to talk about developing something (I was an agricultural communicator by profession, and head of the Office of Agricultural Communication where I worked for 43 years.) I don' know exactly what I would like to do--but somebody closer to the industry might have ideas and need cheap help. I'd be interested.




Date June 12, 2010
Name Tammy Vaughter
Email tlvaughter1@yahoo.com
Home Page
City Potter
State Nebraska
Country
Comments My husband and I have a beautiful stallion named Rowdy Storm out of the sire Stormy of Vee Jay and the dam Lil Miss Dollie Mae. You can see him on youTub by looking here www.draftsforsale.com/ShowAd/index.php?id=4c126335b7ed1 He is awesome! Thank you.