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Inaugural Morgan Classics Benefit Sale at OKC



 

What better way to kick off the Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show! The first-ever Morgan Classics Benefit Sale will be held in Oklahoma City on Friday evening, October 7, prior to the start of the horse show on Saturday.

 

The sale is the brain child of a group of dedicated Morgan Horse devotees who wanted to provide, not only a marketing venue for quality horses, but also give back to the Morgan community. Proceeds from the sale will be paid back through the Regional and National UPHA Morgan Classics classes.

 

The evening’s festivities will commence at 5:00 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and live music courtesy of Dabora, Inc. The sale starts at 6:00 p.m. Prospective buyers are encouraged to preview sale horses prior to the sale by making appointments with their listed agents.

 

The sale catalogue can be seen online at the following links: Part One and Part Two. Viewers will need Adobe Acrobat (download is free) to access the online catalogue.

 

This sale is a golden opportunity to purchase world class show horses, prospects and breeding horses. There is something for everyone.  Kick off this week right by getting involved and getting excited about the Morgan Horses offered in this sale. It is show time everyone! Let’s make history!

 

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