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Morgan World Futurity Trainers and Publications Auction

Please visit starting September 22nd and sign up for the World Morgan Futurity Trainers’ and Publications Auction. It will continue on-line up to, during and after the Grand National and all auctions will end on Nov. 1st.

Many generous and wonderful trainers are on board and you have the opportunity to bid on a month of their superb training services. We have something for everyone, including a reservation for you in Lark Henry’s Saddle Seat Clinic at Bobbin Hollow Farm in Naples, Florida in January. Tune up for the 2009 show season and enjoy the hospitality and warm weather!

The money raised by the trainers and publications auction is VERY important to the World Morgan Futurity. It is combined with $60,000 from the 2008 AMHA/WMF Stallion Service Auction to fund the paybacks for owners of dams of the WMF Champions in the 2008 World Morgan Futurity classes if the sire has been in that year's AMHA/WMF Stallion Service Auction. The balance of the proceeds raised is used to add $5,000 to the Auction Bonus, which will start in 2009. This Stallion Service "Auction Rewards" is awarded to the horse who is an actual product of the breeding purchased through the auction and wins a World Morgan Futurity Championship. The Auction Rewards payout is $10,000, and will be split if more than one "auction produce" horse wins a championship title. Any Trainer's Auction money remaining is added to our Alumni Division.

Once again, the World Morgan Futurity leads the way in rewarding breeders for their participation and in their quest to produce our next World Champions!

Support these generous trainers and publications with a top bid on their donated services and you'll not only receive their hard-working efforts, you'll also be supporting the breeders of our Morgan Horses, the stallion owners, and the breeders of the dams. Last year, the World Morgan Futurity distributed over $281,500 to owners of Futurity horses, breeders and trainers for their outstanding efforts to produce superior Morgan Horses. Join us online this year at to raise the bar in this year's Trainers & Publications Auction!

Trainers participating in this year’s auction include—

Ann Anderson/Peter Wheeler – Hobby Knoll

Cheri Barber – Cheri Barber Stables

Stan, Whitney & Jessica Bodnar – Merriehill Farm

Richard Boule/Sarah Gove – Taylor River Farm

Mary Brannon – Willowick Farm

Mary Carlton – Crystal Farm

Mike Carpenter – Mike Carpenter Stables

Amanda DuPont – Windward Farm

David Earehart – Liberty Stables

Phil Fountain – Peeper Ranch

Alicia Fraser – Scottfield Stables

Keith Friday – Rolling Oaks Morgans

Mike Goebig/Dwayne Knowles – Broadmoor

Lark Henry/Bobbin Hollow – Saddle Seat Clinic

Daryl Hopson & Greg Ferguson – Trafalgar

Kurt Hufferd/Shanna Gish – Indian Creek Farm

John & Belle Hufferd – Triumph Stables

Bob Hughes and Debi Jeppesen – Blackridge RJH

Jordy Johns – Stone House Stables

Rick Lane – Cabot Morgans

Pierre Loiselle – P.A.L. Morgan Service

Andy Marlett – Marlett Stables

Rob & Ann Marsh – Flintlock Farm

Percy McDaniel – Black Orchid Farm

Jenny and Earl McFall – Dragonfire

Forest Nealon – Illahee

Lynn & Kathy Peeples – Waterford Farm

Meredith Roener – Breezy Knoll Farm

Tim Roesink – Grove Pointe Stables

Gerry Rushton/Stacy Hennessey – Gerry Rushton Stables

Bre Schultz – Northern Winds Stable

Valerie Siemer – West Coast Morgans

Brad and Ann Scussell – Scussell Stables

Harry Sebring – Sebring Stables

Ken Swanson – Tara Farm

Kelly Kragel Varner – Cottonwood Creek Ranch

Jaisen Von Ballmoos – Fairview Stables

Luman Wadhams – Luman Wadhams Stable

Garn Walker – Garn Walker Stable

Lyle & Colleen Wick – Hardwood Creek Farm

Nikki Woodworth - KGA Morgans

And the publications who have donated advertising space include—

Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show – full page color ad in the 2009 program

Saddle Horse Report – full page color ad

The Morgan Connection – full page color ad

The Morgan Horse Magazine – full page color ad


Go to – auction will run Sept. 22nd-Nov. 1st 2008.

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