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Penn-Ohio Futurity Clinic and UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Horse Preview

The Penn Ohio Futurity and UPHA Chapter 13 are planning a fun-filled day on February 27, 2010, at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio. The Champions Center is one of the Midwest's finest new all indoor facilities, with a heated arena.

In the morning, the Penn Ohio Futurity is hosting a Winter Training Clinic, which will be followed by the UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Horse Preview. The Sale Horse Preview event is intended to be an opportunity for owners/trainers to present their show horses for sale and for buyers to view a large selection of horses available for purchase. A catalog will be published and price ranges will be indicated.

The preview will begin immediately following the clinic (early afternoon) and the duration will be as long as necessary to give each entry an opportunity to be shown. All sales are by private treaty. UPHA Chapter 13 is charging $150 (non-member fee) to enter a horse in the preview and UPHA members will be charged a reduced fee of $100. Entries may submit a video clip which will be incorporated into a media show and played continuously in the barn area. There will be a table for farm advertisements and brochures.  A printed program will be distributed at the event and also maintained on-line prior to the date. Light refreshments will be served.

For further information on the clinic and/or sale catalog, an contact Marcia Belcher, 330-421-4091, To enter a horse in the sale preview contact Jim Taylor 330-722-0316

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