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Undulata’s Nutcracker Stud Fee Donated to Saddlebred Rescue


Undulata’s Nutcracker
(photo by Howie Schatzberg)


Lexington, KY ­– A stud fee to Undulata’s Nutcracker will be auctioned off at the American Saddlebred Horse Association Annual Meeting, February 14-16, 2008 at the Embassy Suites in Lexington, with the high bid being donated to Saddlebred Rescue, Inc., courtesy of Schones and Jampsa LLC.


One of the rising-star sires available to the public, Undulata’s Nutcracker, is sired by the World’s Champion performer and producer CHCaramac and out of the champion-producing The New York Times’ daughter Christmas In New York ERB.


Rated by Saddle Horse Report as the 2007 Number One Sire of In Hand World’s Champions, Undulata’s Nutcracker was represented at the Kentucky State Fair this year by Undulata’s Dream Team, ASR Futurity of Kentucky Weanling World’s Champion; Weanling Breeders’ Stake World’s Champion Alde-Mar’s Crystal Pistol; and Yearling Breeders’ Stake Reserve World’s Champion Nuttin’ Doing.


Undulata’s Dream Team and Joan Lurie
(photo by Gayle Strickroot)


Two of Undulata’s Nutcracker’s first foals, Undulata’s Heir Apparent and Undulata’s Nuts and Bolts, were both World’s Champions, and for the past three years, his stud service has topped the All American Cup Stallion Service Auction.


“We were so honored and moved by this offer when approached during Louisville this year, and thank everyone involved with Undulata’s Nutcracker”, said Pat Johnson, a Saddlebred Rescue director. “The first Nutcracker foals were on the ground around the same time Saddlebred Rescue was founded, which is memorable for us in more ways than one.”


For additional information on adopting a horse from or donating a horse to Saddlebred Rescue, Inc., visit or call Pat Johnson at 908-304-3560. Saddlebred Rescue welcomes deductible 501(c)(3) donations, which are needed for farrier, veterinarian and shipping services; water; and electrical and gravel projects for the areas where the rescue barns are located. 



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