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Changes Announced in Mid-A Futurity

Posted May 2, 2002
Did you forget to nominate last year’s weanling to the Mid-Atlantic Breeders Futurity? If so, you’re in luck. The Mid-A has waived the previously established deadline for nominating weanlings, so you can nominate and show your yearling at the Mid-A Show, August 8-11, 2002, in Quentin, PA. “You can enter your yearling by paying all the weanling year fees (also, sire and dam if they have not had their nomination fees paid), plus a penalty of $50.00,” said Albert A. Lucine, Jr., MD, Mid-A Show Committee Chairman.

In addition, a junior open pleasure class (English, western, hunter, and classic) for three- and four-year-olds, who have completed their Futurity requirements, will be added to this year’s show schedule.

The entry fees remain unchanged, but for this year only, the due dates for your young horse to continue on in the Futurity competitions have been extended to May 30, 2002, for stallions, yearlings and two-year-olds. The nomination date for mares and foals will remain the same at June 30, 2002.

For further information or to take advantage of these changes, contact Dr. Lucine at 610-644-5404 or e-mail; [email protected].

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