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Critical Reminder - All American Cup Weanling Registration

As entries are pouring in for the All American Horse Classic September 2-6 in Indianapolis, Jim Aikman, founder of the All American Cup series, wants to remind all exhibitors that all 2008 foals competing in the All American Cup Weanling division must be registered by August 15.

No weanlings will be allowed to show in the 2008 All American Cup unless they are fully registered and a registration number has been assigned. A foal with "conditional registration" is not eligible for the All American Cup.

In order to expedite entries, exhibitors planning to show in the Weanling Cup should send copies of their registration papers with their entries – all horses and foals competing in the All American Cup series, whether weanlings or three year olds, must enter the All American Classic on the official entry blank and include all pertinent stall, office, membership and drug fees. All 18 finalists in the All American Weanling Cup, the Sweet Sixteen and two reserves, will be drug and DNA tested. Copies of registration papers may also be sent directly to Mr. Aikman.

The All American Cup will award approximately $350,000 in prize money in 2008. The Weanling All American Cup will be held Tuesday evening, September 2, with the Three Year Old Cup division holding qualifying classes Wednesday, September 3. The Three Year Old Final will be decided Friday evening, September 5. The ASHA will be providing a live web cast the entire five-day All American Horse Classic.

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