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$107,000 To Be Awarded in the Inaugural Bluegrass Futurity Limited Weanling Stake

The Bluegrass Futurity Limited Weanling Stake will hold it’s Inaugural class on October 3, 2002, at the Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show. The class marks the beginning of a very lucrative program with over $107,000 being paid out in the weanling class. There are 69 weanlings eligible for the class and prize money and trophies. World Champion Horse Equipment has donated two weanling sheets in The Bluegrass Futurity colors for the first and second place weanlings. David Freeman of Freeman Harness has donated a beautiful weanling show halter for the winning entry. Cindy Wolf has designed a special bronze trophy of a mare and foal for the winner to keep for one year along with special bronze medallions for every weanling participating in the class.

A cocktail party will be held The Griffin Gate Mansion Restaurant on Wednesday, October 2, 2002, at 6:00 pm for all Bluegrass Futurity owners, exhibitors, and trainers. The Bronze trophy will be on display, along with information and stallion nomination forms for the 2003 Bluegrass Futurity Stallion Auction.

For more information regarding this exciting program or cocktail party, contact Melissa Moore at (859) 873-9129.

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