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AMHA Stallion Service Auction Online



The 2004 AMHA Stallion Service Auction is online now. Be a part of this fun and exciting program in 2004. You can go to www.morganhorse.com/auction, and check out the great stallions offered and place your bid. It’s quick. It’s easy. And, it is a great way to help the AMHA and secure a valuable breeding for 2004. Money raised in this year's auction will be distributed to the ten AMHA Regional Championships. This money will go toward the purchase of a Regional Championship Award for the regional in-hand, English pleasure, pleasure driving, park harness, park saddle, classic pleasure, classic pleasure driving, hunter pleasure, western pleasure, and sport horse champions as well as our spotlight amateur division champion. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from the 2004 auction also will go toward the partial sponsorship of various equine trade show and fair exhibits promoting the Morgan breed. As always, the AMHA Stallion Service Live Auction promises to be an exciting event. Food, fun, and entertainment will highlight this climax to the 2004 AMHA Annual Convention at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. A special live performance of the Morgan breed’s very own Harry and the Lashwhips will keep the evening rolling. This will be an evening you will definitely not want to miss! Online bidding for the auction will close on February 19, 2004 at noon, EST. Bidding will continue on the 10 stallions with the highest bid amounts and all AMHA non-stallion items on February 21st at 7:30 p.m. EST during the AMHA Stallion Service Auction, held at the Boston Park Plaza , Boston , Massachusetts. If you would like to continue bidding on any of these items and will not be present, please call 802/578-5716 on February 21st between the hours of 4:00-7:00 p.m. EST. Bidding on AMHI Items will continue on February 19 during the AMHI Gala Auction at the Boston Park Plaza. All winners will be notified of their winning bids via email. If you have any questions please contact Erica@morganhorse.com.

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