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Are you looking for an inexpensive holiday gift for your favorite American Saddlebred enthusiast?



Look no further than the Stallion Sweeps! At only $25 per ticket, and the chance to breed to one of the 15 top American Saddlebred studs, this is truly the gift that keeps on giving.

“We created the Stallion Sweeps program specifically to raise money and awareness to help promote the breeding of the American Saddlebred. The program was a huge success in its first year, and we were able to award $25,000 in additional prize money in the 2017 ASR Kentucky Futurity Yearling class at the World’s Championship Horse Show. Additionally, this program has brought the importance of breeding to the forefront of promotion, while also giving everyone a chance to breed to some of the breed’s top stallions for just $25,” said ASHA Stallion Sweeps Committee Chair, Jenny Taylor.

The Stallion Sweeps has had a widespread impact on the American Saddlebred industry by garnering opportunities for new and longtime breeders to purchase tickets to some of the breed’s top stallions for just $25, as well as being able to award added prize money in a new division, all the while promoting the American Saddlebred breed.

Those who are interested in purchasing tickets for themselves, or family and friends, may visit https://www.asha.net/thestallionsweeps to immediately buy tickets to 15 top American Saddlebred stallions for only $25 each. The 15 American Saddlebred Stallions enrolled in the program for 2017 include:

Callaway’s Guy Park
Callaway’s Northern Kiss
Carl Lynn
Designed
I’m First
Joe Fabulous
Marc Of Charm
Master Class
Mountainview’s Heir To Fortune
Nutcracker’s Nirvana
Samur
Tango’s Parting Kiss
(SA) Tomcat
Top Of The Mark
Undulata’s Nutcracker

Purchase your tickets online now for the Stallion Sweeps, and visit the ASHA website for more information about this exciting program!

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