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ASR Futurity and Sweepstakes grace period deadline February 10



 

Lexington, Kentucky ­– The grace period deadline for American Saddlebred Registry Futurity, Sweepstakes payments, and Three-Year-Old and Four-Year-Old new Sweepstakes nominations is Friday, February 10.

 

All payments and/or nominations must be postmarked or faxed to the American Saddlebred Registry office on or before February 10.

 

Yearlings (2005 foals) may be nominated to the Three-Year-Old Sweepstakes and three-year-olds may be nominated to the Four-Year-Old Sweepstakes.  Nomination forms can be downloaded from the Sweepstakes homepage by going to http://www.asha.net/Prize-Sweepstakes

 

In the 2005 Sweepstakes, prize money was distributed as follows:  Two-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $38,629; Three-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $70,428; Four-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $30,376.  The American Saddlebred Registry Futurities awarded $248,011 at the Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville.  For more information on the American Saddlebred Registry Prize Programs, contact Patricia Edwards by calling (859) 259-2742, ext. 320 or e-mail p.edwards@asha.net

 

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