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Cochran Auction Dates and Updates



The Cochran Auction, November 13 and 14 at Tattersalls in Lexington, Kentucky is shaping up to be a great one. The consignments represent some of the best Morgan horses available today. Major consignors are Tara Farm with 8, Mears Morgans with 6, Merriehill Farm with 6, JD Stables with 6, Stove Prairie Ranch with 4, Equine Holdings, Peeper Ranch and Fire Run Farm. These horses represent Grand National and Regional Champions, top notch prospects, hard to find lesson horses, and breeding stock. The quality from start to finish is outstanding.

The tack auction will take place on Friday, November 13 starting at noon. This year we have a major tack shop inventory reduction. There are over 4,000 items including bits, harness parts, blankets, farrier supplies, leather pieces, and everything you would expect a tack shop to have. There are also other consignors with buggies, bridles, harnesses, and just about everything you need. We expect this year’s tack auction to run well into the evening hours like our tack auction used to.

You don't want to miss this year’s auction. Come relax and enjoy yourself after a hectic show season.

New hotel headquarters Crowne Plaza, Campbell House phone 859-255-4281, make reservations by October 26 to get the Cochran Auction rate.

Call, write, or email today for your catalog - Cochran Auction Service 3286 Frampton Road, West Middlesex, PA 16159, 724-528-0248, cassold@verizon.net.

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