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Inaugural Morgan Weanling Gala Only Weeks Away



The inaugural Morgan Weanling Gala is just weeks away, and organizers are expecting a great group of foals to compete Thursday evening, September 3rd, during the Jubilee Regional Morgan Horse Show in Springfield, IL. All 2009 foals by the following sires are eligible to compete in the event: Astronomicallee, Beethoven, Belalugosi, Bellerophon, Bocelli, Born to Boogie, Cartier, Centerpiece, Century Nightmusic, CCR’s Outrajus Corajus, Favorite Son, Fifth Avenue Flaire, Grand Cru Dom Perignon, Hollybrook Stage Rage, JW That Special Flaire, Man In Motion, MEM The Patriot, Minion Millennium, Mizrahi, MSV Shooting Star, Stonecroft Byzantine, Stonecroft Trilogy, Super Nova, Tara’s Firewalker, Town Assets, and Ultra’s Special Agent. Ken Swanson, Karen Homer-Brown and Scott Thacker will be officiating this year’s competition.

"There is still time to make entries for the event." Chairman Larry Bolen stated. "Entries will be accepted until noon on Wednesday, September 2nd but stabling arrangements must be made with Jubilee Show Manager Fred Nava ahead of time." Bolen added. Everyone is encouraged to attend Thursday evening, September 3rd as the future’s best make their show ring debuts. If anyone has questions, please visit www.morganweanlinggala.com for more information.

The Morgan Weanling Gala is an event sponsored by the American Morgan Horse Institute, which is a not-for-profit charitable, historical, and educational institution. As a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, contributions are tax-deductible. AMHI activities include awarding educational scholarships; collecting and displaying materials relating to the Morgan breed at the Shelburne, Vermont-based National Museum of the Morgan Horse; and conducting the Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show®. For membership information or to make a donation, please contact AMHIOffice@aol.com.

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