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Ohio Breeder's Stake Proved To Be A Success

Posted October 12, 2001
The 1st Annual Ohio Limited Weanling Breeder's Stake, held during the 2001 Ohio State Fair, proved to be a success. Over $17,000 was awarded to the top 6 weanlings chosen by a three judge panel. With a field of 11 entries, there were participants from Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Michigan that all rallied for the top prizes. Briarhill's Grey Stone won the class with a colt by Slama's Storm and out of the mare Denmark's Treasure owned by Don Joliff. He also placed third with In The Bucks by Clover Hill's In Command and out of the mare Desdemona's Golden Starlit. Reserve went to High Time's Magic Ties by Supremacy's High Time and out of the mare Family Ties for owner Trisha Misko. The prize money was rounded out by the remaining participants.

Plans are underway for the 2002 Stallion Service Auction which funds this class. The auction date is set for Sunday, January 27th at the Ramada Place Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. For more information contact Don Jolliff at 740-881-5582 or Julee O'Reilly at 740-363-8922 (evenings).

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