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HyLee Production and Consignment Auction

October 31st HyLee Farm will host the 3rd HyLee Farm Production and Consignment Auction. The auction will start at 11AM. There are about 30 head consigned at this time. On Friday October 29th at 5PM HyLee Farm will host a Preview of all sale horses with appetizers and beverages. The preview gives prospective buyers an opportunity to see the horses consigned to the auction perform. In the past, after the preview several potential buyers had the chance to ride, drive or further inspect a horse they had an interest in. Horses can be seen on the HyLee website and there are contact names and numbers on the site for people to inquire about a particular horse. The auction offers stock of high quality and professional handling. This year, as usual, we offers some very nice young horses sired by Shanghai, Stonecroft Masquerade, Ultra’s Special Agent, HyLee’s Galaxy Seven and HyLee’s Rare Flaire. There are some exceptionally nice young horses well started under saddle and driving as well as some very nice finished horses ready for the walk/trot rider to amateur and ladies horses. Wind Blu Farm, Boxford, Wingait, Aerie Meadow, Rustic View, Wild Rose and HyLee Farm are some of the larger consignors. There are some extremely well bred mares going through the sale by Serenity Masterpiece, Hollybrook Stage Rage, WWW Reality Check Dot Com, and KEW Majestic Heart –in foal. Don’t miss a chance to take home a worthy investment from some very respected farms.

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