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Carolina's Futurity Hosts Successful Live Stallion Auction



On Friday Feb 21, the Carolina's Futurity held their live stallion auction at High Caliber Stables in conjunction with High Caliber's Adult Riding Camp. The auction was the most successful to date, raising $52,650! There was one live stallion presentation of Heir Emerald with Lauren Miller, trained by Felder Stables. Mary Orr also led out WGC CH Our Charming Lady, who is the dam of Sedgefield’s Legacy. The event was produced by EventMix, John and Erin Fann. 

Eighteen stallions were offered by live auction including: Arrowhead’s Bateleur, Arrowhead’s Unlike Any Other, Bob Bobaloo, Carl Lynn, Designed, Doctor Dobro, Far Away Tomahawk, GI Joe, Heir Emerald, I’m First, Joe Fabulous, Marc Of Charm, A Rare Temper, Rose Arbor’s Destiny, Samur Sedgefield’s Legacy, Tango’s Parting Kiss, and The Word Is Out. Stallions offered by silent auction included: Arctic Sunrise, Brookhill’s Apollon, Coconut Frosting, Delirium, Diabolical, Dylann’s Desert Admiral, He’s My Supremacy, Investment Piece, Leatherwood’s Bourbon Reserve, Listen To The Music, (SA) Tomcat, The Knight’s Reflection, Thundergun, and Wing A Prayer.

The Carolina's Futurity wishes to thank all stallion donors, along with generous sponsors, which made this event the most successful one yet! 

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