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All American Cup Value Estimated To Be Over $80,000



The All American Cup will be held at the All American Classic Horse Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Wednesday following Labor Day - starting in 2004.

One of the most advantageous ways to acquire a breeding service to a stallion is to purchase this service at The All American Cup Stallion Service Auction.

When purchasing the stud service at The All American Cup Auction, the entry fee into what is potentially one of the largest paying competitions ever offered to Breeders in the American Saddlebred industry is already paid.

The generous stallion owner/donor also benefits from the purchase of the stud services at The All American Cup Auction because they will be the recipient of 25% of the winnings by every colt sired by their donated stallion service.

The All American Cup will consist of both a weanling and yearling competition.

A magnificent perpetual trophy is being provided by Indiana’s own Bob Ruxer to be known as the Alvin C. Ruxer Supreme Sultan Memorial Trophy. The names of the winning colt and its owner will be engraved on a brass plate and added onto this trophy each year.

The air-conditioned coliseum, the attached stabling, the spacious make-up ring, and most importantly, the “staging” stalls, make the All American Classic the finest facility in America for the showing of colts, horses, and ponies.

The All American Cup Auction will be held at the famous Claudia Sanders Restaurant in Simpsonville, Kentucky on Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 4:00 p.m. (Reservations Required) so advise Jim Aikman as soon as possible.

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