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AHHS Limited Breeders’ Stallion Service Auction

The 15th Annual AHHS Limited Breeders’ Stallion Service Auction will be held at the Historic Spindletop Hall In Lexington, Kentucky on Saturday, February 26, 2011.

The evening will begin with a General Membership Meeting at 5:00pm. The Bar will be open at 5:00 pm. Cocktail hour will be from 6-7pm. Dinner to be served at 7pm. The 15th Annual LBS Auction will follow immediately after dinner.

On The Menu

Salad: Wild Greens, Crisp Romaine, and Iceburg Lettuce with walnuts and mandarin oranges and paris house dressing.

Main Course: Sauteed Breast of Pecan Chicken Drizzled with Makers Mark Bouron Demi Glaze with Country Green Beans, Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes.

Dessert: Italian Lemon Cream Cake.
Beverages: Coffee, Decafinated Coffee, Ice Tea or Soft Drink.

Due to arrangments with Spindletop Hall anyone planning to attend is required to pay in advance. Send your payment of $30.00 to the AHHS office 4059 Iron Works Parkway, A-3 Lexington, KY 40511 or go to the PayPal option for this event at the bottom of this page .

The host hotel will be the Clarion Hotel in Lexington. There will be a special rate of $69.00, that will include a hot breakfast for anyone attending the LBS Auction. Make sure to mention the American Hackney Horse Society rate when making your reservation. Phone: (859) 233-0512.

This year buyers of Stallion Services will now have 60 Day Grace Period after the auction date to pay for their services. All stallion service buyers who do not pay on the day of the auction will receive an invoice in the mail and will be allowed 60 days to pay for the Stallion Service and NBF Stallion Nomination ($50.00, Horses exempt).

For those who are unable to attend you may contact the following about phone bids please call: Chris Gantley (859) 221-7079, Steve Kildow (765) 620-5779 or Tom Lowry (502) 644- 5078

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