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All American Weanling Cup Crowns Winner

After two years of planning and work, Jim Aikman’s All American Weanling Cup paid out over $185,000 in prize money to a beautiful crop of weanlings. Sixteen of the 65 weanlings who competed were awarded prize money with $70,112 going to the winner, Mosette, a weanling sired by Sir William Robert, and shown by Bret Day. Sir William Robert, owned by Tom Galbreth, also sired the third place weanling (who collected $26,291) Bobese, owned and presented by Dena Lopez.

Willowbank Farm also collected a large check, winning the second and fourth place monies ($43,819 and $17,527 respectively) with The Silver Storm, sired by Attache’s Thunderbolt; and Saturday Delivery, sired by Supreme Delivery. Joan Lurie presented both of her babies.

Rounding out the winners were Mountjoy’s Whiskey Girl owned by David Mountjoy in 5th collecting $8763; Foxcroft So Fabulous owned by Darrell Landers in 6th also collecting $8763; Deguello owned by Danette Musselman in 7th; Golden Market owned by Silverlin Farm in 8th; They Call Me Tater Salad owned by Victoria McVey in 9th; Our Amulet owned by John T. Jones in 10th; Spend the Night owned by Blythewood Farm in 11th; A Best Kept Secret owned by Austin Waggoner in 12th; Mystery Kisses owned by Dr. Alan Raun in 13th; Manumit owned by Kari Lundin in 14th; High Time’s Star Material owned by Patricia Misko in 15th; and Superior Revelation owned by Joan Hammond in 16th.

Look for complete coverage of the exciting event in the upcoming Saddle Horse Report.

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