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New Dates For Superior Sales

Anna Marie Knipp recently announced that Superior Sales LLC will be held October 26 and 27, 2012, with October 25 also available if warranted. The Saddlebred and Hackney sale will be held at the Lake St. Louis National Equestrian Center, home of the St. Louis National Horse Show. Peter Fenton will serve as the Sale Coordinator.

The Lake St. Louis National Equestrian Center is a climate-controlled facility with everything under one roof. It also provides a horse show type atmosphere instead of a straightaway.

“Based on several conversations with many buyers and consignors we believe this facility will continue to be an excellent location at a more convenient time of year,” said Knipp. “We are very excited about this opportunity. We’ve worked towards these dates and now that they are available, we are going to do what it takes to make sure this a sale that works for everyone across the country while maintaining our established individuality and great relationship with buyers, consignors, and spectators.

“The Midwest and show industry needs a strong, established sale. Our consignment fee remains $250 and as usual, we do not have an  “out fee” in order to keep costs low for consignors and encourage support. We look forward to being able to offer consignors and buyers a proven sales company with a great facility.  We take great pride in an outstanding staff, easy working relationship with all coming to the sale and a great event for everyone.

“As we continue to improve on past sales and look to new ways to create exciting and friendly sales, we hope that everyone will feel free to contact us with ideas.  This is a sale that takes great pride in its originality and attention to individual details.  Please contact us at anytime at 573/657-4622 or [email protected].” 

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