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Bluegrass Futurity Auction Recap



The Bluegrass Futurity was held January 25 at the picturesque setting of the Keeneland Race course in Lexington, KY. Ninety-five Stallions were offered with 54 selling for a total of $78,350. There are still forty one stallions available for purchase and may be viewed at www.bluegrassfuturity.com . The Bluegrass Futurity has given away over $720,000 in the past seven years. This lucrative class is held at The Kentucky Fall Classic horse show which is the first week in October.

The sale toppers at this year’s auction were Undulata’s Nutcracker selling to Margo Baird of MBA Equestrian for $8500, Sir William Robert selling to Brad Cougill for $3600, Northern Vegas to Teri Kearney for $3200, Deep Blue to Carl Fischer for $3100, and Seahorth’s Billionheir for $2900 to Sandy Wise just to name a few of the top sellers. John and Tammi Conaster purchased the breeding to Callaway’s Cranston for $1900 with all proceeds of this stud fee going to Saddlebred Rescue.

The unsold stud fees will be available for purchase until March 1. Please contact Melissa Moore at mmoore8059@aol.com or 859-873-9129.

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