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Morgan Stallion Sweeps Winners Announced

The New England Morgan Horse Association and New England Regional Morgan Horse Show, in conjunction with the United Breeders Committee, are pleased to announce the first winners of the Morgan Stallion Sweeps. 

In its inaugural year, the program was a resounding success. All funds raised in this program will be used to promote Morgan Horse breeding. The Morgan Stallion Sweeps committee is extremely 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 26, 2018 until February 12, 2019 and the drawing was held at 6:30PM ET on Saturday, February 16th in West Springfield, MA.

The winners for each breeding are: 

Astronomicallee: Matthias Wengerd of Middlebury, IN
Bazinga: Margaret Pesce of New Castle, NH
Cedar Creek Harlequin: Gloria James of Maple Valley, WA
DBA Street Talk: Adrian Helmuth of Sugar Creek, OH
Dragonsmeade Axios: Emery Mast of Millersburg, OH
Dragonsmeade Spectre: Dan D. Yoder of Glasgow, KY
Dressed Up GCH: Eli & Rebecca Lapp of Gordonsville, PA
Futurity French Command: Catherine Maloney of Coventry, RI
Get Busy: David Helmuth of Seymour, IA
Graycliff Tony GCH: William Haines, Ledyard Company LLC of King Ferry, NY
HVK Bell Flaire: Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN
Liquid Assets: Joe Erb of Sugar Creek, OH
Minion Millennium:  Katie Hodges of Woburn, MA
No Contest GCH: John Suprenant of Pelham, NH
Stand And Deliver GCH: Dennis Yoder of Millersburg, IN
Stonecroft Masquerade: PRFW Morgans of Kent, OH
Town Assets: Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all who aided in the success of the program to support Morgan breeding! Plans are already underway for the 2019-2020 Morgan Stallion Sweeps, which will be announced at the 2019 New England Morgan Horse Show!

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