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The All American Cup Auction Has Started


Bids are being received for the Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006 All American Cup Stallion Service Auction. This history-making event will be held at Claudia Sanders Restaurant, Shelbyville, Ky. Doors open at 4:00 P.M.

Supreme Heir and Sultan's Santana (the first million dollar stallion) are famous deceased stallions. Their services are exclusively available only though the All American Cup Stallion Service Auction. These deceased champions will be the first two services to be sold at the auction.

The All American Cup offers over 170 of America's premier stallions from which people with broodmares can make their choice for 2006 breeding. In the event you cannot attend the auction, the Cup has a staff to receive your phone bids. However, in order to be on the “To Call List,” buyers must first submit an opening bid on the early absentee bid form. These forms are on the All American Cup web site ( or available by calling Jim Aikman.

Even if you plan to attend the All American Cup Auction, it is suggested that you submit an appropriate absentee bid on stallions of your choice. This would assure you of a purchase in the event you something
unfortunate would happen to not allow your attendance. Please send you bid in now.

Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006 is All American Cup Day with visitations to six farms being planned to see 32 All American Cup Stallions. Reserve your seats on the Luxury Liner Coaches. A free continental breakfast will be provided at Claudia Sanders. Box lunches will also be provided.

Reservations from the breadth of America have been received. After the tour, the Coaches will return to the All American Cup Auction site at 4:00 P.M. To make reservations and/or mail in a bid contact: Jim Aikman, 8949 Baker Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46259. Phone/Fax: (317) 862-4341.

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