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2020-2021 Morgan Stallion Sweeps Lineup Announced



The New England Regional Morgan Horse Show and the United Breeders Committee are excited to share the 2020-2021 Morgan Stallion Sweeps lineup! The 2020-2021 lineup features: Astronomicallee, Bazinga, DBA Street Talk, Dragonsmeade Axios, Dragonsmeade Spectre, Dressed Up GCH, Futurity French Command, Get Busy, Graycliff Tony GCH, MEM Blue Chip GCH, Minion Millennium, Nobility, Sensationalist, Stonecroft Masquerade and Town Assets.

The program offers the chance to breed to a top Morgan stallion just for $25. Purchase of a ticket will earn an entry into a drawing for a stallion service. Each stallion will have his own separate drawing and there is no limit as to how many tickets an individual may purchase.

Now in its third year, the Morgan Stallion Sweeps is proud to promote the breeding and showing of the Morgan Horse. “We are thrilled with the response and excitement of the Morgan Stallion Sweeps,” said chair Jenny Taylor. She continued, “although this year is unlike anything we’ve experienced before – we are looking forward to another great year for the Morgan Stallion Sweeps.”

The drawing will be held February 13, 2021 and you need not be present to win; all federal and state laws apply. For full rules and regulations, visit: https://morganstallionsweeps.com/rules-and-regulations/. To learn more and to stay up-to-date, visit www.facebook.com/MorganStallionSweeps/ or email morganstallionsweeps@gmail.com. To purchase tickets, contact: Jenny Taylor - (330) 350-2839 or Steven Handy - (508) 944-0787.

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