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Southern Saddlebred Spring Sale Catalog Now Available



The Southern Saddlebred Spring Sale catalog is now available as a PDF download from the website, www.southernsaddlebredsales.com.  100 entries from 16 different states are featured for sale on Friday, April 27th at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, TN.  Please support the sale’s Green Initiative by downloading the catalog if possible, but for those who do not have Internet access, there are printed catalogs available upon request.  Call 205-669-6649 or email southernsaddlebredsales@aol.com to request a catalog by mail.  Printed catalogs will also be available at the sale.

“We are very pleased with the quality of consignments being offered and thrilled with the support we’ve received from across the country,” said James Hale, adding that they have 75% finished show horses cataloged, with the balance of entries made up of prospects and breeding stock. “We realize that it will take some time for this new sale to grow, but believe that we are off to a good start.”  

The UPHA Chapter 8 Horse Show, held in conjunction with the Spring Sale, is another good reason to be in Murfreesboro that weekend.  Learn more about the show and download a prize list at www.uphach8.com.  

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