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ASHA Announces the Stallion Sweeps Winners



The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA), in conjunction with the United Breeders Committee (UBC), is pleased to announce the winners of the Stallion Sweeps program.

In its inaugural year, the program was a huge success. All funds raised from this program will be used to promote American Saddlebred breeding. The ASHA and the UBC are extremely grateful to everyone that made this program a success, especially the stallion owners that donated seasons.

The winners for each breeding are:
• Callaway's Guy Park: Joseph O'Brien
• Callaway's Northern Kiss: Leslie Rainbolt-Forbes
• Carl Lynn: Pamela Maddy
• Designed: Laura Sterling
• I'm First: Larry Hartsock
• Joe Fabulous: Susan Fuller-Roetman
• Marc Of Charm: Sarah Ressler
• Master Class: Cassie Kurtz
• Mountainview's Heir To Fortune: Mark Bradley
• Nutcracker's Nirvana: Catherine Blankenship
• Samur: Terra Lynne Herale
• Sir William Robert: Mark Strong
• Tango's Parting Kiss: Mark Strong
• (SA) Tomcat: Jennifer Fernambucq
• Undulata's Nutcracker: James Monkemeier

Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to everyone who by participating, aided in the promotion of American Saddlebred breeding.

As part of the promotion, the Stallion Sweeps Committee is adding a $25,000 bonus to the 2017 ASR Yearling Futurity. In addition to the regular Futurity payout, $6,000 will be awarded to the winner, $4,000 to the reserve champion and $2,500 each will be added to the third through eighth place ribbon winners from the Stallion Sweeps program.

For upcoming information about the 2017 Stallion Sweeps, please visit the ASHA Website and the ASHA Facebook Page.

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