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Futurities, Sweepstakes Deadline February 10

Lexington, Kentucky -  The grace period deadline for American Saddlebred Registry Futurities and Sweepstakes payments, as well as Three-Year-Old and Four-Year-Old new Sweepstakes nominations, is Tuesday, February 10.

All payments and/or nominations must be postmarked or faxed to the American Saddlebred Registry office on or before February 10.
Yearlings (2008 foals) may be nominated to the Three-Year-Old Sweepstakes and three-year-olds (foaled in 2006) may be nominated to the Four-Year-Old Sweepstakes.

Nomination forms can be downloaded on the Association’s Sweepstakes homepage by clicking here.

Kentucky-bred American Saddlebreds nominated to compete in the American Saddlebred Registry Sweepstakes events for 4-year-olds will receive Kentucky Breeder Incentive Funds as added prize money to the top three highest placed Kentucky-bred horses.

In the 2008 Sweepstakes, prize money was distributed as follows: Two-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $34,038; Three-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $114,856; Four-Year-Old Sweepstakes - $62,728.  The American Saddlebred Registry Futurities awarded $262,122 at the 2008 Kentucky State Fair World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville. 

For more information on the American Saddlebred Registry Prize Programs, contact Patricia Edwards (859) 259-2742, ext. 320).

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