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All American Cup Tour and Auction



One hundred and forty of America’s finest stallion services will be sold at Auction at  Claudia Sanders Restaurant,  Shelbyville, Ky. January 19.  Doors will open at 4:30 for dinner and a most exciting evening.  Reservations can be made --www.allamericancup.org  then scroll  to Forms. $29  NOW and $33 at the door..

Make reservations now to ride the AAC Luxury coaches as thrilling stallions and show horse will be presented at Melissa Moores. Fred Sarvers, and Hoppy Bennetts -Undulata.  On the tour you will hear Don Harris, Mitch Clark, Rob & Sarah Byers tell interesting stories of their training careers.  Do not miss this opportunity.  FREE historic dvds will be given.  Bring your cameras

The AAC awards approximately $250,000 each year.  Send your ABSENTEE BID today on any of the 140 stallions.  

Your bid will be filed and the AAC will keep you advised of the status of your bid until the evening of the Auction.  Your ABSENTEE BID is the instrument used for the AAC Phone staff to call  you when the stallion of your choice comes up for "BID".

Go to   www.allamericancup.org scroll to FORMS to acquire the ABSENTEE BID FORM.  Fax your bid --today --to Jim Aikman  1-317-862-4341  or email to:  allamericancup.jwa@gmail.com 

On Friday Jan 18--6:30 pm you are invited by Dr Scott and Linda Bennett to their lovely stallion station--Alliance Stud Simpsonville,Ky.  This will be a SHOW OF SHOWS that you will never forget as over 30 fabulous stallions and show horses will entertain the guests.  There will be food, music, entertainment, incomparable horses and NO CHARGE.

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