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UPHA Classics Incentive Sale Filling Up

"We are so proud to announce that the 2010 Incentive Sale is almost at capacity," said Bret C. Day, UPHA Vice President and Chairman of the Incentive Sale Committee. "We have multiple consignments from major breeders such as Blythewood Farm, Hallston Manor, Pleasantview Farm, Redwing Farm and Willowbank, as well top entries from a number of individuals." There are only 5 spots remaining to reach our goal, so get your entry in soon!

This year, in addition to a catalog, UPHA will feature each entry online with their pedigree, photos and a video clip. We expect this additional marketing to generate more interest and a larger crowd at the sale," said Day.

Don't miss this great opportunity to sell your outstanding Yearling or Two Year Old
at this prestigious sale, being held Thursday, November 18th, 2010, at the
UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show in Kansas City, MO.

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The purpose of this sale is to raise incentive money to be paid back on the national level in the UPHA Classics program, offering breeders a viable marketplace for their Two Year Olds and Yearlings. Two Year Olds purchased through the 2010 sale will be eligible as three year olds in 2011, to compete for the incentive money raised from this sale. Yearlings purchased through the 2010 sale will be eligible as three year olds in 2012, to compete for the incentive money raised from this sale. The culmination will be at the 2011 and 2012 UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Shows, when bonus money will be awarded to the eligible horse that placed highest in the following UPHA Classics Championships:

UPHA Three Year Old Five-Gaited
UPHA Three Year Old Three-Gaited
UPHA Three Year Old Fine Harness
UPHA Three Year Old Park Pleasure

Prize money awarded in the UPHA Classics Incentive program so far totals $140,000, with 10% of that total being paid back to the original consignors!

Eligible Two Year Olds and Yearlings for the program automatically include those purchased through the UPHA sale. Yearlings will be presented through the sale in hand, and all Two Year Olds will be presented through the sales arena, in harness or under saddle, as they would be shown under United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) guidelines.

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