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Schedule Set For 31st Annual Wisconsin Limited Breeders Stallion Auction



The 31st annual Wisconsin Limited Breeders Stallion Service Auction will be held Sunday, January 10, 2016 at the Thunder Bay Restaurant in Pewaukee, WI, a suburb of Milwaukee.  The event begins at 11:00 AM with a buffet brunch and silent auction followed by the annual meeting and awards presentation at 12:30 PM.  The live stallion service auction will begin at 1:00 PM, featuring some of the nation's most sought after stallions.  Weanlings sired by the sold stallions will compete in 2017 at the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Festival.

Effective with the 2016 auction, all stallion donors will have the opportunity to declare an additional mare by their stallion.  To qualify, the stallion must have sold during the auction, and the mare declaration made by December 1 with $500 payment.  Prize money is paid to 10 places.

The Dr Rick Luft Limited Breeders Weanling Stake of Wisconsin was the first American Saddlebred payout program of its kind in the nation.  $2 million in prize money has been awarded to weanling and stallion owners.  Credit cards are accepted.  Beginning December 21, the stallion roster for the auction can be viewed at www.wisconsinfuturity.com  Advance bids prior to auction will be accepted starting December 21.  For additional information and bids, please contact Joe D. Russell at 815-341-6023 or hkfarm@aol.com

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