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All American Cup Stallion Nominations

The All American Cup has opened the door for the all breeders across America, large and small. Participation and enthusiasm for the All American Cup is growing as the breeder sees unlimited opportunities being provided.

As of July 1, 2009, the All American Cup has achieved a world record $1,153,000 for anyone to win.

Due to popular demand the number of stallions must be limited in the 2010 All American Cup Stallion Service Auction. To reserve a place for your stallion in the largest paying event in American Saddlebred history, please contact Jim Aikman at There is no charge to enroll your stallion.

Every stallion will be listed and advertised free of charge on the web site:

It is the desire of the AAC to help all clients sell and market their All American Cup eligible entries. Go to the AAC web site and see the names of 600 eligible entries, their breeding and their owners. These prospects should be considered for purchase for the largest potential "return on investment".

For any information, questions, or to enroll your stallion in the All American Cup, contact Jim Aikman at or 317-862-4341.

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