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Superior Sales Set for this Weekend

The 2012 Superior Sales Horse and Tack Auction is just around the corner. The sale features consignments for Saddlebreds, Hackneys and tack and will be held once again at the St. Louis National Equestrian Center. The climate-controlled facility is conveniently located between Interstate 70 and Interstate 64 in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, approximately 25 minutes from the St. Louis International Airport.

All sale events will be held this year on October 27th beginning with the tack auction at 8am followed by two horse and pony sessions at 1pm and 7pm.  Consignments are continuing to be accepted for tack, horses and ponies. Tack items may be brought to the Equestrian Center beginning on Thursday, October 25th.  There is a 15% commission charges with a $1.00 minimum commission on all tack.  

Saddlebred and Hackney consignments can be found listed in our online and print catalogs.  Consignments have been made by Dena Lopez/Double D Ranch, Alan R. Raun, DVM/Reedannland, Heartland Hackney Farm, Ray Krussell, Chris Gantley, LaFleur Stables, Glendale Farms, Robert Gardiner, Richardson Stables, Armon Effinger, Jeanette Durant/BellView Acres, Mike Roberts Stables, Teri Yount, Gateway Manor, among others.  

Accommodations are available at a special rate block under Superior Sales at the Hilton Garden Inn (636) 625-2700 and Holiday Inn Express (636) 300-4844 both in O'Fallon, Missouri.

For more information Superior Sales may be contacted at (573) 657-4622, (573) 657-7036 fax or email until Friday, October 26th.  Beginning on Friday you may contact us at the Sale Office Number at (636) 561-8080. Look for regular updates as well as the online catalog with entries received after publication dates at

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