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Stallions Still Available From All American Cup Auction



With the arrival of bad weather and slick roads the weekend of Jan. 22, 2005, many potential bidders were unable to attend the All American Cup Stallion Service Auction in Shelbyville, Ky.

Approximately 48 stallions were purchased by the owner because they did not receive a bid at the auction. They are now available for purchase. For most of the stallions services still avialable, the minimum bid is $750. The owners who bought back their stallion fees at the auction may or may not give up their slot in the All American Weanling Cup in 2006.

Jim Aikman, creator of the All American Cup, held at the All American Horse Classic in Indianapolis each September, will negotiate with stallion owners on behalf of buyers wanting to purchase their stallion services in order to have a foal eligible for the 2006 All American Weanling Cup. Last year’s winner, Mosette, shown by Bret Day for owner Tom Galbreath, took home over $70,000 for the win.

Terms and conditions that apply to each stallion service must be obtained from Jim Aikman. In addition, a 218 page All American Cup Auction catalog is available. The catalog includes color photos and information. It is available for $10 from Aikman.

For a catalog send checks to Jim Aikman, The All American Cup, 8949 Baker Rd., Indianapolis, IN., 46259. To purchase an available stallion service and for terms and conditions for available stallions, call Aikman at 317-862-4341.

Stallion Services Still Available:

Stallion - Owner - Minimum Bid

Aficionado - Stella Plumber - $750
America’s Baywatch - Cliff Summers - $750
America’s Genius - Joan Schilke - $750
Avadonis - Tom Roncaglione - $750
Baileys and Coffee - Chappy Chapman - $750
Clover Hill’s Lightning Bolt - Clover Hill Farm - $750
Clover Hill’s Magic Dragon - Clover Hill Farm - $750
Commander In Charge - Ruxer Farms - $750
County Treasure - Brad Cougill - $1500
Dakota Thunder - Angela Lee - $750
Harlem’s Black Diamond - Legacy Farm - $750
Harlem’s Supreme Command - Benjamin Graber - $750
Hide-A-Way’s Stand By Me - Mark and Becky Elkins - $750
I Gotta Go - John Oder - $750
Kalarama Caberne - Kalarama Farm - $750
Kalarama’s All Time High - Kenny Catron - $750
Lestat - Dr. Bing Crosby - $750
London Times - Cathy O’Brien - $750
Midnight Cappo’cino - Mike and Sammie Lancia - $750
MJB Highland Dance - Marjorie Berendt - $750
Monaco - Amy Haller - $750
New York State - Victoria McDonald/Bib Jones - $750
Nip’s Skyboy - Bill and Sherry Baumann - $750
Pentagon - Dr. Bing Crosby - $750
Periaptus Infinitus - Pete Gallanos/Chardonnay Farm - $750
Periaptus Maximus - Pete Gallanos/Chardonnay Farm - $750
Phlags Phlying - Reedannland - $750
Phoenix Hills Storm Watch - Lorraine Hill - $750
Powerful Charm - Wyatt DeHart - $750
Raggity James Of Ohio - Dr. Bing Crosby - $750
Rubies and Roses - Jerry Mayes - $750
Sharp Believer - Sharla Deuschle - $750
Sir York - John Wallen - $750
Slam Dunk HG - Cardinal Farms - $750
So Enchanting - Terry and Lucille Getz - $750
Sunday Sultan - Julee O’ Reilly - $750
Superior’s Successor - Joan Hammond - $750
Tango’s Party Kiss - Jerry Mayes - $750
The Foxx Man - Michael Neal - $750
The Harlem Renaissance - Fish N Fun Farm - $750
The Haitian Prince - Mary Lynn Foster - $750
The Jewel Maker - Kenny Catron - $750
The Last Don - Joe Russell - $750
The New York Ritz - Roxanne Feldkamp - $750
The Odds Player - John Hogsett - $750
Two For The Show - Dr. Tom Dunaway - $750
Waverly Hall - Steven Davidson - $750
Wayne L - Wayne Riley - $750

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