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UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Horse Preview



Lexington, Kentucky - UPHA Chapter 13 is set to host a Sale Horse Preview to be held at the Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio, on Saturday, February 27, 2010.

The event is intended to be an opportunity for owner/trainers to present their show horse and show horse prospects for sale to an audience at minimal expense. The preview will begin at approximately 1 PM, and will take place as long as necessary to give each entry an opportunity to be shown. All sales are by private treaty.

Fees to enter a horse in the preview will be $150 for non-UPHA members and $100 for UPHA members. Entries may submit a video clip which will be incorporated into a media show and played continuously in the barn area. There will be a table for farm advertisements and brochures. A printed program will be distributed at the event and also maintained on-line prior to the date. Light refreshments will be served.

To enter a horse in the Preview, contact Jim Taylor by email at MemoryLaneFarm@zoominternet.net, or by phone at (330) 722-0316. To receive a catalogue and other information on the Preview, contact Marcia Belcher by email at mcbelcher@verizon.net, or by phone at (330) 421-4091.

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