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Minnesota Limited Breeders' Auction Features Service From Undulata's Nutcracker



The Minnesota Limited Breeders Stallion Service Auction is pleased to announce that its 2014 auction will feature a service to Undulata’s Nutcracker, donated by Swanson Investment LLC.  Nutcracker joins a select offering of stallions for 26th Annual Stallion Service Auction.

 
Aficionado
Black Knight On Broadway
Carl Lynn
Countdown’s Protégé
Dancing Man
Desert's Supreme Gold
Hotrod Harley TAD
HS Castle Vision
HS Daydream's Dignity
Love is in the Heir
Memories' Bourbon
Mont Bleu
Mountainview's Heir To Fortune
My Kinda Lovin'
New York Magician
Oh Man
Peri Rich
Royal Crest's Rockin' On Heir
The Last Don
The Sky King
Time Out For Lovin'
(SA) Tomcat
Undulata’s Nutcracker
Winsdown Westinghouse
 

Updates to services donated maybe found on our Facebook page Minnesota Saddlebred Futurities & Limited Breeders Service Auction or on our website at www.MSHA.org.  The weanlings resulting from the services purchased at the 2014 auction will be shown in the stake class held during the MN Futurity Horse Show in October 2015, sponsored by the MN Saddlebred Horse Association.  The show is held at the MN Equestrian Center, in Winona, MN.  The complete rules for the MN Limited Breeders’ Program may be found on the MSHA website. 

For questions about the MN Limited Breeders’ Program, or if you are unable to attend the service auction, but would like to bid on a stallion service by phone, please contact Alice Lear, 651/437-2725, alice_lear@juno.com, or Margaret Easton, 612/618-0285, margaret.a.easton@gmail.com by Thursday 2/6/2013 so a designated phone number can be assigned to you.

The 26th Annual Stallion Service Auction will be held on Saturday, February 8th at 3:30 pm at the Town & Country Club in St. Paul, MN.  Everyone is invited to participate in the program and attend the auction.

 

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