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Robertson Equine Live Sale Scratched - Online Sale Dates Added



Jimmy Robertson, president of Robertson Equine Sales LLC, tells us the 2023 live spring sale, previously scheduled for Shelbyville Fairgrounds, in Shelbyville, Kentucky, has been scratched. 

To assist consignors who were depending on that opportunity, Robertson has added twice-monthly online sales dates at RobertsonEquineOnline.com. Additionally, the six remaining Standardbred 100 Roadster nominations will now be offered one per online sale instead of two per online sale, providing purchasers a longer time to buy an entry in the historic $100,000 roadster class to be held at the 2023 American Royal/UPHA National Championship Horse Show. 

Updated info on all sales, including the popular upcoming live Autumn Sale on Nov. 17-18 that features the new Hold The Gate division for last-minute entries, is available at RobertsonEquineSales.com. Robertson invites inquiries at 502-802-6977.

 

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