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The 4th Annual Mid Atlantic Saddlebred Event – Kick off the 2016 Show Season in Style



The 4th Annual Mid Atlantic Saddlebred Event will be hosted by High Caliber Stables in Greensboro, NC on Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 7pm-9pm. This event will showcase horses that are currently offered for sale to a large, captive audience. Guests will be treated to complimentary hors d’ouerves, beer, and wine. The event is free and open to the public. An exciting addition to this year’s event is that a portion of 2016 proceeds will benefit Make a Wish. The event is produced by EventMix, John and Erin Fann. For updated information, including participating barns and sponsors, like the Mid Atlantic Saddlebred Event Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/midatlanticsaddlebred

The Carolinas Futurity will conduct a live stallion auction during the event, featuring a great lineup of stallions, including: WGC Marc of Charm, Tango’s Parting Kiss, (SA) Kalarama’s Ultimate Choice, Callaway’s Northern Kiss, (SA) Tomcat, Mountainview’s Heir to Fortune, Joe Fabulous, Charmed and Bewitched, and Soquili’s By George. Phone bids will be accepted – contact Sheila Wingler, Carol Addison, Evan Orr, or Matt Shiflet. 

High Caliber Stables is located at 8506 Cedar Hollow Road, Greensboro, NC 27455. For anyone interested in participating or sponsoring the event, contact Mary and Evan Orr at (336)644-6524 or highcaliberstables@gmail.com

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