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All American Cup Stallion Review and Auction

The 2009 All American Cup Stallion Service Auction will be held on January 24 at Claudia Sanders Restaurant, Shelbyville, Ky. - 4:30 PM. 

The exciting and traditional Stallion Review will also be the same day and is recognized as  "The Greatest Show On Earth" - Four famous farms will present nearly forty of the most outstanding All American Cup eligible stallions in our industry.

The Stallion Review will start with a FREE Continental Breakfast at Claudia Sanders at 6:00 AM.  Free Sack Lunches are also provided.

The Luxury Coaches will pull out with "Happy Saddlebred Lovers" at 7:24 AM and head first to the lovely "Sunrise Stables" owned by Melissa Moore.
Gothic Revival - Joan Adler
Only Man in Town - Melissa Moore
SA Dellview Dare Time - Melissa Moore
Master Class - Kristen Bagdasarian

Signature Stallions
Heirogance & Attitude - Linda Allen
Wild Eyed Warrior - Marefield Land & Cattle
Preacher - Michael & Kristen Gallager
Queenswood Stable - Danette Musselman

Rifles And Roses
Mile High Magic
My Magical Moment

Ainsley Farms - Billy Jarrell
Lenore Farms
Giovanni Villani

The next stop is the famous "Willowbank Farm", owned by the Jim Ruwoldt Family and Joan Lurie.
Callaway's Main Man - Linda Shelor
Ocean's Roar - Carl T. Fischer
Seaforth's Billion Heir - Bill & Chris Field
Sir William Robert - C. Thomas Galbreath
Thundergun - Willowbank Farm
Undulata's Nutcracker - Schones & Jampsa

Wendy & Bob Johnson, owners of Copper Coin Farm, always do a fantastic job hosting the AAC guests and will present.
Deep Blue - Fox Grape Farm
Dorian Wild Temper - Fox Grape Farm
Bess Night Out - Susan Olcott
Day Of Revival - Mary Wright
Promise  Keeper - A.E. Nelson
Kabuki - Marion Nutt
Kinex - Kelle Grimm
Maderia's Worthy Son - Kelle Grimm
I'm Lookin' For You - Kaye Bowles-Durnell

The Grand Finale of the AAC Tour will be at Alliance Stud, owned by Dr. & Mrs. Scott Bennett - with Erin Yates managing exciting AAC nominated stallions.
Delirium - Scott Bennett
Born Contender - Wade Fairey
Renaissance Man - Belle Reve Farms
Call Me Ringo - Belle Reve Farms
Burning Flame - Julian Thomas
Simply Majestic - J. Chovanec Gardiner
I'm First - Stonecroft Farm
Callaway's Northern Kiss - Burt Honaker

We will set you up for active bidding as you leave Alliance Stud and head to the AAC AUCTION at 4 PM.

We estimate 150 stallions await your approval and bid.

To make reservations for the AAC Stallion Review and Auction, contact Jim Aikman at or go to

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