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2006 AMHA Stallion Service Auction To Be Bigger And Better Than Ever


Beginning in 2006, the AMHA Stallion Service Auction will benefit more facets of the Morgan breed than ever before through a partnership with the World Morgan Futurity as well as the AMHA Marketing Committee. 40% of the total auction revenue less expenses to go to the AMHA Marketing Committee to use for promotion of the Morgan horse. 40% of the total auction revenue less expenses will go to the World  Morgan Futurity for distribution to each first-place winner in each of that year's World Morgan Futurity classes, provided that winner is sired by one of the AMHA Stallion Service Auction stallions from that year. Distribution being 50% going to the owner of the winning entry, 40% going to the sire owner of the winning entry's sire, and 10% going to the handler or exhibitor of that winning entry. The total amount distributed to be divided only among the first-place winners sired by stallions in that year's AMHA Stallion Service Auction. If there are no first-place winners in any of that year's World Morgan Futurity classes sired by a stallion in that year's AMHA Stallion Service auction, the money will then roll over into the next year's auction for distribution in the same manner with a new group of eligible offspring based on the new year's AMHA Stallion Service Auction. The World Morgan Futurity would waive the nomination fees for those stallions moving into the Top 10 Live Round of the AMHA Stallion Service Auction. 20% of the total auction revenue less expenses to be divided among the 10 AMHA Regional Shows with each show using the money as they deem necessary in exchange for advertising for the AMHA Stallion Service Auction in that show's prize list and show program.

What does this mean for a stallion owner? The opportunity for money back through the World Morgan Futurity with your eligible Futurity participants while helping to promote the Morgan breed. Plus, each stallion will receive a free color page in the December issue of THE MORGAN HORSE as well as additional advertising in The Network and on the web at

What does this mean for the mare owner? A new opportunity for added bonuses through the World Morgan Futurity with your eligible Futurity participants while helping to promote the Morgan breed. Additional exciting incentives associated with this new program will be announced soon.

The following impressive list of stallions have already been donated to the auction with online bidding to begin in December at - Aljaks Double Whammy, And The Beat Goes On, Arboria Noble Victor, Aspenglow's Insurrection, Astronomicallee, Beethoven, Belalugosi, Ben's Rhapsody, Bocelli, Born To Boogie, Bri-B Bell Fury, Cabot French Lieutenant, Century Bon Jovi, Century Nightmusic, DBA Street Talk, DBL F Commanding Officer, Deer Creek Count De Monet, Futurity French Command, Grand Cru Beaujolais, Gulfwind Sir William, Holiday Compadre, Hollybrook Stage Rage, HVK Bell Flaire, HVK Courageous Flaire, HVK Vibrance, Hylee¹s Galaxy Seven, Illegal Motion, Immortal Command, Key Biscayne, Lamborghini In Black, Liberation First Star, LPS The Boogie Man, Man In Motion, Masque N Black, Meet The Press, Minion Millenium, Mizrahi, MSV Rock Star, Nemours New Horizon, Nobility, Nostradamus, On Line, Politically Incorrect, Pondview Tres Bien, Pot Of Gold, Radiance Command, RJM Pardon My French, Santa Fe Renegade, SFG Infinity And Beyond, Shanghai, Simply Maserati, Smoke Signal, Spiceolife Right Answer, Stand And Deliver, Stonecroft Byzantine, Stonecroft Masquerade, The Last Don, The Master's Touch, Three Wishes, Tug Hill Commando, Tug Hill Whammunition, TVM I Promise, UDM Gold Mine, Ultras Special Agent, UVM (Choice of stallions), War And Peace, and Whitmorr Law And Order.

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