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Morgan Weanling Gala Show Entries Due July 15



Perrysburg, Ohio – Organizers of the Morgan Weanling Gala want to remind owners and handlers that their entries to compete in this year’s class held at the New England Regional, July 29th, 2010 are due by July 15th.

"This is a change in our program made to enable the show office and organizers more time to verify eligibility and complete promotional material." stated chairman Larry Bolen. $250 and a completed show entry form should be sent to Secretary, Linda Burke. Entries made after the deadline will be charged a post entry fee of $125 and refunds will be made with a vet’s certificate. All rules are available in the prize list or at www.morganweanlinggala.com.

Foals born this year by the following stallions are encouraged to compete for the largest purse offered for weanlings: Astronomicallee, Beethoven, Bellerophon, Bocelli, Born To Boogie, Cartier, CCR’s Outrajus Corajus, Centerpiece, Century Nightmusic, Dragonsmeade Axios, Dragonsmeade Icon, Favorite Son, Fifth Avenue Flaire, Hollybrook Stage Rage, JW That Special Flaire, KDS Star Wars, Man In Motion, Minion Millennium, Mizrahi, Stonecroft Trilogy, SYP High Definition, Tara’s Firewalker, and Town Assets.

"Watching the foals compete at New England is always so exciting and rewarding. We are anticipating a great class this year and appreciate the gracious support of the New England Show Committee. " Bolen concluded.

The Morgan Weanling Gala is an event sponsored by the American Morgan Horse Institute, which is a not-for-profit charitable, historical, and educational institution. As a Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, contributions are tax-deductible. AMHI activities include awarding educational scholarships; collecting and displaying materials relating to the Morgan breed at the Shelburne, Vermont-based National Museum of the Morgan Horse; and conducting the Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show. For membership information or to make a donation, please contact AMHIOffice@aol.com.

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