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Iowa Limited Breeders Stallion Service Auction Scheduled for February 10th, 2018 Draws Several Top Stallions

The American Saddlebred Horse Futurity of Iowa is pleased to announce that its 2018 Limited Breeders’ Auction will feature a service to Sir William Robert, donated by Castle Hills Farm and C. Thomas Galbraeth. Sir William Robert joins a select offering of top stallions for the 2018 Stallion Service Auction including: Anacacho’s Rendezvous, A Rare Temper, A Whole Different Story, Arrowhead’s Once In A Lifetime, Blue Nirvana, Booker Noe, Bourbon Brook’s Night Cap, Brookhill’s Apollon, Brooklyn King, Cappuccino Royale, CHC Passion and Success, Con Heir, Delirium, Designed, Diabolical, Exalted Effect, Gothic Revival, Heir It Is, HS Castle Vision, HS Daydream’s Dignitary, I’m A Lucky Charm, I’m A Secret Spirit, It’s King Pin, Madeira’s Will, Memories’ Indian Genius, Mooncracker, Monumental, Mountainview’s Heir To Fortune, My Royale Charm, Norsk’s Tektonek, Only If You’re Lucky, Peri Rich, Ramona’s Hale-Bopp, Recount, Reedann’s Phire One, Red Hawk Red Hawk, Seaforth’s Billion Heir, Simbara’s Rio Bravo, Snowy Harlem, Spotts Illustrated, The Last Don, Thundergun, Uptown Revival, Unlisted, VHF The Licorice Drop Kid, and Winsdown Westinghouse. 

Updates to services donated may be found on the Facebook page: American Saddlebred Horse Futurity of Iowa or on the website: The weanlings resulting from the services purchased at the 2018 Iowa Limited Breeders’ auction will be shown in the stake class held during the Iowa Fall Classic Horse Show in September 2019. The class is held in conjunction with the Iowa Fall Classic at the Kirkwood Equestrian Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The complete rules for the Iowa Limited Breeders’ Program may be found on the Iowa Futurity website. The 2018 Limited Breeders’ Stake has a purse of over $34,000.

With a great selection of proven stallions as well as several well-bred up and coming stallions to choose from, make the Iowa Limited Breeders your Auction of choice this year! The Stallion Service auction will be held on February 10, 2018 at approximately 5:30 PM at the Prairie Meadows Hotel and Casino, Altoona, Iowa. If unable to attend, sealed bids as well as phone bids will be accepted. Contact Clif Paulsen, DVM at 319-290-4852 or for more information.

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