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Entries Close October 10th for the 2013 UPHA Classics Jackpot Sale



The 10th Annual UPHA Classics Jackpot Sale will be held in conjunction with the UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Show in Kansas City, MO., on November 14, 2013, at approximately 9:00 p.m. in Hale Arena.

The purpose of this sale is to raise jackpot money to be paid back on the national level in the UPHA Classics program, offering breeders a viable marketplace for their American Saddlebreds and Hackney Ponies. American Saddlebred Two-Year-Olds purchased through the 2013 sale will be eligible as Three-Year-Olds in 2014, to compete for the jackpot money raised from this sale. American Saddlebred Yearlings purchased through the 2013 sale will be eligible as Three-Year-Olds in 2015, to compete for jackpot money raised from this sale. Hackney Pony Three-Year-Olds purchased through the 2013 sale will be eligible as Four-Year-Olds in 2014, to compete for jackpot money raised from this sale. Hackney Pony Two-Year-Olds purchased through the 2013 sale will be eligible as Three-Year-Olds in 2014 or Four-Year-Olds in 2015, they are only eligible to compete for the jackpot money raised from this sale once. The culmination will be at the 2014 and 2015 UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Show, when bonus jackpot money will be awarded to the eligible horse/pony that placed the highest in the following UPHA Classics Championships:

American Saddlebred Divisions -

UPHA Three-Year-Old Five-Gaited

UPHA Three-Year-Old Three-Gaited

UPHA Three-Year-Old Fine Harness

UPHA Three-Year-Old Park Pleasure

Hackney Pony Divisions -

UPHA Hackney Pony

UPHA Harness Pony

UPHA Roadster Pony

UPHA Hackney Pleasure Driving Pony

Prize money awarded in the UPHA Classics Jackpot program so far totals over $243,000, with 10% of that total being paid back to the original consignors!

American Saddlebred Yearlings purchased through the 2013 sale will be eligible as Two-Year-Olds in 2014, to compete for added prized money in the UPHA American Royal Two-Year-Old Performance Classes, sponsored by UPHA Chapter 5. The added prized money sponsored by UPHA Chapter 5 will be awarded to the eligible horse that placed highest in the UPHA American Royal Two-Year-Old Performance Classes: Two-Year-Old Five-Gaited, Two-Year-Old Three-Gaited and Two-Year-Old Fine Harness.

American Saddlebred Yearlings will be presented through the sale in hand, and all Two-Year-Olds will be presented in the sales arena, in harness or under saddle, as they would be shown under United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) guidelines. Hackney Pony Two-Year-Olds will be presented in hand or in stud tack, Three-Year-Olds will be presented through the sales area in harness, as they would be shown under United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) guidelines.

 Entries close October 10th - NO ENTRY FEE REQUIRED - Original registration papers, photo and a completed entry blank must also be enclosed. Ten Percent (10%) of the bonus money paid at the 2014 and 2015 UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Shows will be awarded to the consignors of the 2013 sale entries.

 2013 UPHA JACKPOT SALE CONTRACT can be downloaded at www.uphajackpotsale.com

 For further information, contact:

UPHA, Inc.

 4059 Iron Works Parkway, #2

 Lexington, KY 40511

 Phone 859-231-5070 Fax 859-255-2774

 Email: kstivers@uphaonline.com

 Website: www.UPHAjackpotsale.com or www.UPHAonline.com

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