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All American Cup Stallion Showcase & Auction Announces Change of Venue for THIS WEEKEND’s Event

Saturday’s Premier Futurity for the American Saddlebred Relocated to Lead Way Farm

Due to unforeseen circumstances, including space limitations at Undulata with the recent COVID surge, The All American Cup (AAC) has made the difficult decision to relocate Saturday’s event from Undulata Farm, to a significantly larger venue at Lead Way Farm.

Our primary concern is the safety of both people and horses, and with the recent COVID surge, combined with space limitations for our guests and presenting stallions, we have relocated to last year’s venue, Lead Way Farm, 1630 Todds Point Road, Simpsonville, KY. The new venue will provide almost twice the size for spacing and social distancing, and will also better accommodate the needs of our industry’s top stallions. For the safety of all, mask wearing is encouraged. 

The event will take place this Saturday, January 22nd, and will be an evening of dining, a stallion presentation you won’t want to miss, and an incredible auction where breeders have the opportunity to bid on some of the best American Saddlebred stallions in the industry. Please enter Lead Way from the front entrance (Todds Point Rd). We will be providing complimentary valet parking. The back/service entrance will be available for studs (trailers) ONLY.

4:00- 5:30: Cocktails & Dining
5:30-6:30: Stallion Showcase
6:30-7:00: Cocktails & Auction Preview
7:00-9:00: Stallion Service Auction

With increased capacity, limited tickets will be available at the door for $75/person, which includes dinner and two complimentary drink tickets. Seating will be on a first come-first serve basis for tickets purchased at the door.
Saturday’s event at Lead Way Farm will air LIVE on Richfield Video, starting with the Stallion Showcase at 5:30pm. Those who are not able to attend, can place an e-bid on their favorite stallion page at:

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