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UPHA Classics Incentive Saddlebred Yearling Sale - Nov. 18th


The 4th Annual UPHA Classics Incentive Yearling Sale will be held in conjunction with the UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show in Kansas City, MO.

The purpose of this sale is to raise incentive money to be paid back on the local and national levels in the Classics program classes, offering breeders a viable marketplace for their yearlings.  Yearlings purchased through the 2005 sale will be eligible as three year olds in 2007 to compete for the incentive money raised from this sale. An eligible colt that wins a UPHA qualifying class in 2007 with three or more entries competing will be awarded bonus money from the 2005 sale proceeds as well as the already existing prize money payout. The culmination will be at the 2007 UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show, when bonus money will be awarded to the eligible colt that placed highest in the following UPHA Classics classes:


UPHA Three Year Old Five-Gaited

UPHA Three Year Old Three-Gaited

UPHA Three Year Old Fine Harness

UPHA Three Year Old Park Pleasure


Eligible yearlings for the program automatically include those purchased through the UPHA sale. If a consignor no sales (reserve not attained) their yearling, they can opt for program eligibility only by issuing a settlement to UPHA at time of sale for 10% of the no sale price (rather than the required 5%).  All yearlings will be presented through the sales arena as they would be shown under United States Equestrian Federation guidelines.


Click Here to download the entry blank. Adobe Acrobat is required.


Entries close Monday, October 1st, 2005. An initial entry fee of $500.00 payable to UPHA Classics Incentive is required. Original registration papers and a completed entry blank must also be enclosed.  Ten Percent (10%) of the winnings at the UPHA American Royal National Championship in 2007 will be awarded to the consignors of the 2005 yearlings.


For further information, contact:

UPHA, Inc.

4059 Iron Works Parkway, #2

Lexington, KY  40511

Phone 859-231-5070   Fax 859-255-2774 



Or John T. Jones at 513-226-8155

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