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All American Cup Stallion Service Auction


The thirteenth annual All American Cup Stallion Service Auction was held on Sat., January 24, 2015.  A record crowd of an estimated 500 Saddlebred fans and breeders packed the Alliance Stud arena as the doors opened at 3 pm.

Owners Dr. Scott and Linda Bennett owners of Alliance Stud in Simpsonville, Ky. transformed their huge, and warm, training arena into a beautiful setting with dozens of decorated tables, creative lighting, and delicious food and beverage.

Jim Aikman, founder and administrator of the All American Cup greeted guests from Oregon to New Hampshire.  Amy Kauffman, an AAC Stallion owner, and her "MY BAND" provided foot stomping music as the AAC guests arrived.

At 4 PM, eighteen of the finest stallions in America were paraded in review with Peter Fenton making the introductions of each to the hundreds of AAC guests.

WC I'm First owned by Stonecroft --Don Spear & John Sheidt-- sired the 2014 AAC Weanling Champion.  This magnificent stallion is managed by Alliance Stud and was presented by Jesse and Emily West

Arrowheads Unlike Any Other owned by Jeanne -Marie Boylan was presented by Melinda Moore.

Bob Bobaloo, ridden by Andrea Smith (daughter of A.E. Nelson) is trained at A.J. Bruwer Stable.

Margo Baird Valentine family had two thrilling stallions, MBA's Manhattan Shooting Star and MBA's Sir William Blue.

Karoo Cat, a product of Pieter Hugo's Tomcat was very entertaining,  and looked just like his sire.

Chosholosa, champion from Louisville was presented for Bob and Wendy Johnson

Melinda presented her own Dylann's Desert Admiral.

Jesse and Emily West presented Diabolical, Delerium, Peri Rich,  Red Hawk Red Hawk, and Simbara's Rio Bravo.

Kathy Capsuto Walker presented her new young stallion MY ROYAL FLUSH.

Following the All American Cup Stallion Review was the Thirteenth Annual AAC Stallion Service Auction.  The top highest bids went to the following stallions:
1--Matt Shiflet's stallion TANGOS PARTING KISS topped the AAC Auction at $12,000 going to Elisabeth Ghareeb.

2--Undulatas Nutcracker owned by Kris Schones  brought a handsome $8600 going to Linda Thorn Johnson

3--The ever popular CF FIRST NIGHT OUT owned by Blythewood brought a handsome $8000.  

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