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Bluegrass Futurity Stallion List



The 2009 Bluegrass Futurity will be held Sunday Jan 25, 2009 at the beautiful Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, KY at 12:30 pm in the Phoenix Room. Reservations are required at $40 per person.

RSVP to Melissa Moore - mmoore8059@aol.com
Bluegrass Futurity
P.O. Box 55
Versailles, KY 40383
www.bluegrassfuturity.com

Here is a current list of stallions:

A Grand Affair
A Rare Gift
Admiral’s Silverado
Arrowhead’s Once In A Lifetime
Arts and Letters
Attache’s Royal Assets
Beau Decision
Belle Reve’s Renaissance Man
Belle Reve’s Voodoo Magic
Brookhill’s Appollon
Born Contender
Call Me Ringo
Callaway’s Main Man
Callaway’s Northern Kiss
CH El Cortez
CH Superior Successor
Clover Hill’s Lightning Bolt
Clover Hill’s Magic Dragon
Con Heir
County Treasure
Dancing Man
Dellview Dare Time
Don’t Worry
First Night In
Fort Chiswell’s Hidden Asset’s
Giovanni Villani
Gothic Revival
Gypsy Santana
Heirogance & Attitude
Irish Mystic
It’s Hammertime
Kabuki
Kalarama's All Time High
Kinex
Leatherwood's Starlight
Legacy’s Will SS
Love Is In The Heir
Madeira’s Worthy Son
Master Class
Mountainview's Heir To Fortune
My Magical Moment
Nocturnal
Northern Vegas
Nureyev
Ocean’s Roar
Oh Man
Oscar De La Renta
Perfect Cover
Phlags Phlying
Preacher
Prince’s Kelly McBride
Revival
Royal Crest’s Rockin On Heir
Royal Revival
Santana Hosana
Santana’s Tropical Heatwave
Seaforth’s Billionheir
Seaheart
Simbara’s Living Legend
Sir Silver Night
Sir William Robert
Such A Salesman
Sultan’s Great Day
Supremacy’s High Time
The All Nighter
The Cheetah
The Knight’s Reflection
The Phantom Man
The Sky King
Thundergun
Top Spool
Tornaado
Uhlen Branch
Ultimate Crescendo
Ultimatum
Undulata’s Nutcracker
VHF The Licorice Drop Kid
Wild Eyed Warrior
Winsdown Hi Octane
Winsdown Westinghouse
Wisdom JN
Callaway’s The Gipper or Callaway’s Cranston (Bidders choice)

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