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All American Three-Year-Old Cup





The inaugural Three-Year-Old All American Cup will be held at the All American Horse Classic on September 3-5, 2008, in Indianapolis, IN.

There are 114 three-year-old Saddlebreds who will be eligible to compete for the largest amount of money ever offered in one performance class in the history of this breed: $170,000. The champion will receive $52,500.

Besides awarding more money and setting records in every class since its inception, the All American Cup also awards more places (16) than any event in history. Sixteenth place awards $1,500.

In addition to these premiums, the Harlem Globetrotter Award of Excellence-Perpetual Trophy will head the list of added awards. Many other sterling trophies, coolers, blankets, fine leather products and dinners at Indianapolis’ finest fine dining facilities is only the beginning. Wait until you see the final list of awards.

To learn more about the All American Cup, go to the web site at www.allamericancup.org.

Over 642 All American Cup-eligible weanlings, yearlings, two-year-olds and three-year-olds await review and buying considerations.

One hundred and ninety weanlings are eligible to win over $100,000 in their weanling and three-year-old years. The other 452 yearlings, two and three-year-olds can win over $50,000 in their three-year-old year.

All 642 entries must be kept eligible to the Indiana Futurity each year. The Indiana Futurity pays over $6,000 to the winner in each division.

Starting March 4, you can review the entire list of 642 owners, the names of the eligible entries and their sires and dams on the All American Cup website mentioned above.

For more information, questions, or to enroll your stallions, contact Jim Aikman, 8949 Baker Road, Indianapolis, IN 46259 or at (317) 862-4341 or email allamericancup@yahoo.com.

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