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Morgan Stallion Sweeps Draws Winners

The New England Morgan Horse Association and New England Regional Morgan Horse Show, in conjunction with the United Breeders Committee, have announced the winners of the 2019-2020 Morgan Stallion Sweeps.

In its second year, the program offered 15 top Morgan stallions and was a continued success. All funds raised in this program will be used to promote Morgan horse breeding. The Morgan Stallion Sweeps committee is grateful to everyone who helped make this program a success, especially the stallion owners, ticket purchasers and industry partners who help promote the program.

Tickets were available for purchase from July 25, 2019 until February 14, 2020, and the drawing was held at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Saturday, February 15, in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

The winners of each breeding are:

• Astronomicallee: Dragonsmeade of Winchester, KY
• Bazinga: Andrew Miller of Holmesville, OH
• DBA Street Talk: Rick Lane of N. Gloucester, ME
• Dragonsmeade Axios: Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN
• Dragonsmeade Spectre: Marlin Bontrager of Millersburg, IN
• Dressed Up GCH: Charlene Berger of Traverse City, MI
• Futurity French Command: Hannah Varian of Harvest, AL
• Get Busy: David Helmuth of Seymour, IA
• Graycliff Tony GCH: Susan Beach of Ellensburg, WA
• Liquid Assets: Howard Schatzberg of Cave Creek, AZ
• Minion Millennium: Brenda Matusik of Umatilla, FL
• Nobility: Harry Weaver of Dundee, OH
• Stand And Deliver GCH: Andrew Miller of Holmesville, OH
• Stonecroft Masquerade: Kimberly Graham of Hunnington, WV
• Town Assets: Noah Shetler of Rossiter, PA

Plans already are underway for the 2020-2021 Morgan Stallion Sweeps, which will be announced at the 2020 New England Morgan Horse Show.

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