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Minnesota Saddlebred Futurities And Limited Breeders Stallion Service Auction



The Minnesota Saddlebred Futurities and Limited Breeders Stallion Service Auction  has made additions to the stallion list and also check the listings on the website www.MSHA.org

You can get there by clicking on the Auction Event and then the list of Stallions. Each Stallion has a separate page with his information. They hope to have something for everyone and if they have missed a stallion that you would like to bid on please contact them.
 
Tim Duerr 763.331.4009 or Alice Lear alice_lear@juno.com, or Margaret Easton margaret.a.easton@gmail.com.  

Below is the list of our stallions! The ones that are BOLD are new since the last UPDATE email on January 9th.
 
 
A Special Man
Aficionado
Anacacho’s Rendezvous
Angela’s Ivory Inlaid Ebony
Black Knight On Broadway
Bucardi On Ice
Callaway’s Cranston
Callaway’s The Gipper
Carl Lynn
CF First Black Out
Countdown’s Protegégé
Dancing Man
Desert’s Supreme Gold
Designed
Gold Manuscript
Gypsy Santana
Hotrod Harley TAD
HS Castle Vision
HS Daydream’s Dignity
Love is in the Heir
Matchbox Twenty
Memories' Bourbon
Memories’ Indian Genius
Mont Bleu
Mountainview’s Heir To Fortune
My Kinda Lovin'
New York Magician
Oh Man
Peri Rich
Phlags Phlying
Prince Of Broadway
Recount
Royal Crest’s Rockin’ On Heir
(SA) Tomcat
Stonewall’s Gray Fox
The Last Don
The Mystery Writer
The Sky King
Time Out For Lovin’
Undulata’s Nutcracker
Winsdown Westinghouse
 
The  auction is February 8th at the Town and Country Club in St Paul, Minn.
 
 
 
2014 MN LIMITED BREEDERS STAKE 3:30 pm
 
 
Email: alice_lear@juno.com or margaret.a.easton@gmail.com for additional information
 
Cannot make the auction in person – contact Alice 651.437.2725 or Margaret 612.618.0285 or at the above emails to secure a designated phone bid number. Checks must be sent in prior to the auction if you plan to phone your bid.

 

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