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23 American Saddlebreds Offered For Sale Online Today

The first-ever Online Auction for American Saddlebreds will occur on Tuesday, December 3rd at 8:00pm CST.  Southern Saddlebred Sales has partnered with Addis Live Online Auctions to host the event and consignments can be viewed now at


"We are very happy with the turnout for this first sale," said Jackie Hale.  "Our goal was 20, and we have 23 quality entries that are a little bit of everything, from finished show horses to nice weanling and yearling prospects to breeding stock."  Consignors include Bob Brison, Willowbank, Matthew Roberts Stable, Birch-Hill LLC, Blue Grass Farm, Cavallo Ventures, Pieter Hugo, John Lampropoulos, Lynn McCallister, Royal Winds Farm, Joe Russell, Edith Shipley, Smoke Hollow Farm, Spring Creek Farm, Spring High Stables, Top View Farms, and Wallen West.  "Entries are coming from the West Coast to the East Coast and everywhere in between," added Jackie.  "This is a group of horses that we would never see converge at a traditional public auction due to the high cost to get the horses all in one place.  With this type of sale, the horses never leave the farm, so they are coming from everywhere!"   The online auction is being promoted to the Saddlebred industry as well as to nearly 500,000 horse enthusiasts in the Arabian, Morgan, Friesian and Pleasure horse markets worldwide. 


You must sign up with Addis and Create An Account  in order to be able to watch the sale from your computer.  In order to Bid, you have to Register to become an Approved Bidder.  "The process is quick and simple," said Jackie, "and there is a Bidding Tutorial on Addis' home page that explains how."  Pre-Bidding will begin Tuesday morning, where you may enter your Maximum Bid and Addis will bid on your behalf if you are unable to attend the live auction Tuesday night, which should last about 2 hours.  "We already have quite a number of people registered and approved to bid on this sale," said Bill Addis, "and traditionally that early registration number will double by sale time." 


Once a horse is purchased, the buyer has 7 days (free board) to transport the horse from the buyer to its new home.  Shipping arrangements and costs are the responsibility of the purchaser, as with a private sale. 


Visit to view the consignments and sign up to watch and bid.  



For more information and assistance, contact Jackie at 205-862-8851, James at 205-478-1332, or email


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