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Southern Saddlebred Fall Sale Entries Close September 10th



Entries close for the Southern Saddlebred Fall Sale on Monday, September 10th.  The sale will be held in conjunction with the Fall Finale Horse Show, October 18-20, 2012 at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, TN.  It will be a sale by day and a show by night.  The sale will be Friday and Saturday, October 19th and 20th beginning at 10:30am.   Click Here to download a Sale Entry Form.

A Yearling Showcase Sale will be included in this year’s Fall Sale on Saturday.  “We hope to provide a marketplace for Saddlebred Yearlings in hand who are ready to begin their training,” said James Hale.  “Our goal is to stimulate interest in purchasing quality prospects and putting them in training to prepare them for competition as Two Year Olds.”  Yearlings entered into this portion of the sale will pay an entry fee of $250.  The 10% commission on the sale will go in a Bonus Prize Money account to be paid out the next year in Two Year Old Showcase classes at the Fall Finale Horse Show, which will be held in conjunction with the Fall Sale on an annual basis. “We are getting an excellent response from area breeders on this initiative and look for it to be a very successful program,” said Hale.   Click Here to download a Yearling Showcase Entry Form.

“We believe the timing is perfect for a Saddlebred Sale and Show in Middle Tennessee,” said Jackie Hale, “and we are thrilled to have Scarlett Mattson as Show Manager.  She brings a great deal of credibility and professionalism to this event.”  With a number of major stables already committed to attending, people are urged to get their horse show entries in early to secure their stall assignments.  Click Here to download a Fall Finale Prize List and Entry Form

Once again, the sale will be webcast via the USEF Network.  “Based on the high quality and reliability of the webcast of the Spring Sale, we will be fully staffed to accept phone bids this Fall,”  said Karen Richardson, SSS Office Manager.  “We also accept all major credit cards, making the purchase of a horse even more convenient for those who cannot attend in person.”  Details about placing a phone bid are available on the website.

Visit the website, www.southernsaddlebredsales.com for more information on both the show and sale.  Contact the Hales at 205-669-6649 or Scarlett Mattson at 270-547-2407 with any questions or to have a sale entry form or horse show prize list mailed to you.  

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