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Bluegrass Futurity Rapidly Approaches



The Bluegrass Futurity will hold its second annual stallion auction at The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Lexington, Ky. This year’s event will take place Wednesday, January 9th at 6:30 p.m. in the Patterson Ballroom. Cocktails will begin at 6:30 with a cash bar and a sit down dinner will begin at 7:00 p.m. Reservations are required and the cost of the evening is $25.

Last years auction raised over $100,000 in stallion services and expectations are to pass that amount this year. There are over 60 stallions at this time including: Supreme Heir, Periaptor, Merchant Prince, Belle Reve’s Renaissance Man, Harlem Town, Catalyst, Gypsy Santana, Slam Dunk H.G., Finally Attached, Harlem’s Valentino, The Cheetah, Heir To Champagne, The Mac Attack, Revival, Rifles and Roses, Star Material, CF I’m A Prowling, Attache’s Tunderbolt, Attache’s Liquid Asset’s, Only Man In Town, Sultan’s Starmaker, Adriatic, Simbara’s Rising Son, Great Day’s Came The Son, General Steel, Basquiat, Fascinating Rhythm, My Silver Silhouette, Slama Storm, Designed, Clover Hill’s In Command, Clover Hill’s Magic Dragon, Con Heir, Admiral’s Windjammer, Mi Liberty Flame, Supreme Delivery, Raytown Road, Stonewall’s Monogram, Nip’s Skyboy, State Of The Art, Uncle Jimmy McDonald, American Replay, Dakota Thunder, Phi Slama Jama, Reedann’s Top Gun, Kalarama’s Spanish Dancer, Promise Keeper, The Last Don, Veiled Beauty’s Beau, Worthy’s One And Only, Star Waltz, Starheart’s Eclipse, Number One Man, Let’s Get Ready To Rumble, Unlisted, Undulata’s Man Of The Hour, Affirmed, Magic’s Supreme Surprise S.F.

Please make plans to attend by contacting Melissa Moore at P.O. Box 55, Versailles, KY 40383, 859-873-9129. email: Mmoore8059@aol.com

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