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Circle J Futurity Auction Scheduled for January 17

The Circle J Futurity has scheduled its annual stallion service auction for Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004, at 6:30 p.m., at the Inverness Hotel and Golf Club. The Futurity has organized special room rates just in case you want to spend the weekend. The hotel is located at 200 Inverness Drive West, Englewood, Colo.

The auction begins at 6 p.m. First place in the Circle J Futurity Yearling Class, will win $30,000, if the breeding is purchased at the Circle J Futurity Auction. And by buying a stud service at the Futurity, you will be eligible to participate in the new Circle J Futurity Three-Year-Old Performance Program.

These are the stud services to be auctioned off:


Menomin Yankee D. Dandy

Aspenglow Insurrection

Salem Command

Greentree Night Owl

Futurity French Command


First Star

HVK Courageous Flaire

Whispering Whammunition

Clearview Commander

Shangri La JW

Simply Maserati

Suite After

Lamborghini In Black

Ultra’s Special Agent

DBA Street Talk

CVH Celtic Command

Chandel Absolut

AMHF Mr. Courageous

CCR Outrajux Courajux

MLF Sharper Image


There are several activities planned for the weekend. Friday night, January 16 at 6:30 p.m., Cindy and David Vogels of Andover Morgan Horse Farm, home of Chandel Absolut, will open up their home and barn for a buffet and cocktail party. Everyone is invited.You do not need an invitation. Andover is located at 3300 E. Belleview Avenue, Littleton, Colo. Telephone 303- 741-1422(Home).

Then the Rivers Edge will host an open barn at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 17 including a preview of their 2004 world champions. Rivers Edge is located at 35558 County Road 13, Elizabeth, Colo. Telephone 303-646-2608 (Barn).

The Circle J Morgan Horse Association will hold its annual general meeting before the Futurity Party.

For further information on the Circle J Futurity Auction, please contact Gail Bratz at 970-498-8856 or e-mail and visit the CJF web site

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