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Major Changes For 2010 AHHS Limited Breeders' Auction

In order for more participation from AHHS members as well as making it beneficial to stallion donors the Limited Breeders' Stallion Service Auction will be held separately from the AHHS/UPHA convention. This year the date for the LBS Stallion Auction will take place on Saturday, February 27, 2010 and will be at the Stone Inn in Simpsonville, KY. The evening will begin with a General Informational Membership Meeting (formerly held during the KY State Fair) and Cocktails at 3:30 P.M. with Dinner to be served at 4:30 P.M. and the Auction will start at 5:30 P.M.

LBS contracts will be available on-line as soon as any rule and guideline changes have been made. All stallion donors are required to review the new rules and guidelines before submitting stallion contracts. The LBS committee has also been working on plans to have the donated stallions featured on-line months before the auction. All foals resulting from this auction will be eligible to show in the 2011 LBS Limited Breeders' Weanling Stake and for the 2014 Three-Year-Old Performance Class both to be held at the All-American Horse Show in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Please mark the date on your calendar. Come and get involved!

For more information contact: Chris Gantley phone: 859-988-6909, email: or contact AHHS office: 859-255-8694 or

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