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All American Cup Announces 2009 Stallion Review Tour

Lexington, Kentucky - The All American Cup (AAC) is set to host the 2009 AAC Stallion Review. The event will take place on Friday, July 10, and will include a tour to several notable Saddlebred stables to view AAC stallions, broodmares and babies.

Tour participants will meet at the American Saddlebred Museum, located at the Kentucky Horse Park, in Lexington, Kentucky. A continental breakfast will be available for tour guests at the museum from 6-7:30 AM. While at the museum, those in attendance will have the opportunity to browse through museum items, which may be purchased at discounted prices.

The Stallion Tour will begin at the Kentucky Horse Park’s "Big Barn," where visiting AAC stallions will be paraded from the barn for review. Guests will then board the AAC buses, and continue along the tour, which will include stops at such notable locations as Leatherwood Stud in Paris, and Copper Coin Farm in Simpsonville, among others.

Guests may take the tour aboard the AAC buses for a cost of $40, which includes a sack lunch, complete with candies from Nottage Cottage. Also included for each guest is admission to the Lexington Junior League Horse Show, which takes place July 6-12, at The Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky. Personal vehicles can also follow along the tour, for a cost of $25 per vehicle, and can purchase sack lunches for $5 per person.

For more information, or to make a reservation for the Stallion Review, visit the AAC website , and please email any questions to

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