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Morgan Stallion Sweeps Set to Draw February 15th | Get Your Tickets Today



The Morgan Stallion Sweeps, a raffle program featuring services to 15 of the top Morgan Stallions, today announced that tickets will be available at the upcoming UPHA National Conference and the New England Winter Weekend, and will continue to be available online at morganstallionsweeps.com. Ticket sales will continue through Sunday February 9, 2020,  ahead of the drawing on Saturday, February 15, 2020. 

The program offers the chance to breed to leading stallions for just $25 per ticket, each stallion has his own raffle and the service can be used for either the 2020 or 2021 breeding season. The lineup features some of the most in demand stallions of today as well as legendary stallions of the past. The full lineup includes: Astronomicallee, Bazinga, DBA Street Talk, Dragonsmeade Axios, Dragonsmeade Spectre, Dressed Up GCH, Futurity French Command, Get Busy, Graycliff Tony GCH, Liquid Assets, Minon Millennium, Nobility, Stonecroft Masquerade, Stand And Deliver GCH and Town Assets.

Last year, the raffle raised over $30,000, which was paid to the entries in the Two-Year-Old Park Harness Class at the New England Regional Morgan Horse Show. To purchase tickets, visit morganstallionsweeps.com, print and fill out the order form and return with payment to NEMHA c/o CERIC at 70 Nemco Way, Ayer, MA 91432. You can also purchase tickets from a committee member including: Steven Handy (email: s.t.handy@gmail.com or phone: 508.944.0787), Amanda Hill (email: amhill00@gmail.com or phone: 207.838.1209) or Jenny Taylor (email: jennytaylor@zoominternet.net or phone: 330.350.2839). 

The drawing will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2020, in West Springfield, MA and winners need not be present to win! The drawing will be held at Latitude Restaurant and will be broadcasted live on Facebook. A limited number of tickets will be available to attend the drawing in person and details will be forthcoming. 

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