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Cochran's Annual Fall Morgan Consignment Auction Update

The Cochran's Annual Fall Morgan Consignment Auction is slated to take place at Tattersalls in Lexington, Kentucky on November 14, 15, 16, 2002. Major consignors for this year's sale include: Boxford, Yoder Bros., Luman Wadhams, Indian Creek, Willowbank, Triumph, Fire Run, Kornhugel, Society, Mason Training, Arboria Morgans, Merriehill Farm, Lowry Stables, John Bennett, Broadmoor, Centerpointe, Lookaway Farm, Tara Farm, Holt Oaks, plus many, many more. The remaining 20 straws of Waseeka's Showtime semen will also be auctioned off.

It looks like this is going to be the largest Cochran Auction ever. The catalog closes September 7 and space is still available. Contact Cochran Auction Service at 724-528-0248 to reserve space or for information on the sale. The sale headquarters hotel is The Springs Inn, 859-277-5751 (mention Cochran's Morgan Auction for special rate). Cochrans are working with Blue Grass Tours for an outing on November 12 or 13. If you are interested in touring the Lexington area prior to the sale, please let Cochrans know as soon as possible.

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