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2003 UPHA Classics Incentive Yearling Sale



Yearlings purchased thru the Friday evening, October 24, 2004, TSE Tattersall’s sale, will be exclusively eligible as three-year-olds, when shown in the 2005 UPHA Classic classes, to compete for incentive money raised from the proceeds of this sale.

The initial $500 entry fee for each yearling constitutes the proceeds for payouts in the 2005 UPHA Classic National Championships at the UPHA/American Royal National Championship horse show in Kansas City, Mo. These proceeds go to the highest placing UPHA Classics Incentive eligible colt or filly in each of the four Saddlebred National Championship Classics.

TSE Tattersalls will donate a percentage of the Yearling Sale proceeds to the UPHA Classics Incentive Program, and these proceeds constitute the payouts for eligible colts or fillies in the 2005 UPHA Classics qualifying classes. The purse will be divided evenly, up to $1,000 per class, won by a UPHA Classics Incentive eligible colt or filly.

The 39 entries that sold in the inaugural 2002 UPHA Classics Incentive Yearling Sale will be exclusively eligible as three-year-olds in 2004 for a prize money payout of $28,337 ($21,000 in the UPHA Classics National Championships at the UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show, and $7,337 in local UPHA Classics).

Yearlings that were sold through last year’s inaugural sale include Two-Year-Old Three-Gaited (Div. II) World’s Champion Marching Orders, Reserve World’s Champion Kentucky Amateur Futurity Two-Year-Old In-Hand King Crimson and Mystic Pointe, fourth in the Two-Year-Old Fine Harness Stallion/Gelding Stake at this year’s Kentucky State Fair.

Yearlings in the 2003 UPHA Classics Incentive Yearling sale are listed below, in alphabetical order by their first Dams, Lot Numbers 310-349:

Krazy Kracker #112640 colt, consigned by Gibbons’ Saddlebred Farm, Hodgenville, Ky.

Bless My Stars #137756 filly, consigned by Fox Grape Farms, Roanoke, VA

Belhaven’s Dalwhinne #137374 filly, consigned by Dawn M. Bell, Fredericktown, Pa.

Miss Atta Tude #137278 filly, consigned by Jeffrey and/or Monica Hagerman, Shelbyville, Ky.

Callaway’s Case Closed #112840 gelding, consigned by Callaway Hills Stable, New Bloomfield, Mo.

Blancheetah Belle #137344 filly, consigned by Willowbank Farm, Simpsonville, Ky.

Well La-De-Da #111928 gelding, consigned by John T. Jones and/or Nancy Trent Jones, Union, Ky.

Roseridge Posted Note #112755 gelding, consigned by Randy G. Tabor, Scottsville, Ky.

Yahooti #137282 filly, consigned by Karen and/or Betty Cox, Danville, Ky.

Makin’ My Way #138027 filly, consigned by William P. Jarrell, Versailles, Ky.

Callaway’s Clear Water #112903 gelding, consigned by Callaway Hills Stable, New Bloomfield, Mo.

Charming Grace #137969 filly, consigned by LCC Enterprises LLC, Versailles, Ky.

Talk Of The Day #137420 filly, consigned by Belle Reve Farm, Los Angeles, Calif.

Coco Royale #112365 gelding, consigned by Dr. Gene Scott, Inc., Bradbury, Calif.

After Sunset #113675 colt, consigned by Linda M. Weber, Floral City, Fla.

Mister Matthew #112424 gelding, consigned by Frank and/or Loretta Conyers, Nicholasville, Ky.

Café Demitasse #112043 gelding, consigned by Cismont Manor Farm, Keswick, Va.

Flames In The Mirror #137357 filly, consigned by Kathy S. Capsuto Trust, Shelbyville, Ky.

The Iron Man #111865 gelding, consigned by Galanos Farm, Hempstead, Texas.

Rum Tug Tugger #112103 gelding, consigned by Willowbank Farm, Simpsonville, Ky.

French Phi #111978 gelding, consigned by Jimmy Robertson, Simpsonville, Ky.

General Spirit #111875 gelding, consigned by Cynthia McWilliams, Walton, Ky.

Fort Chiswell’s Magic Charmer #113021 gelding, consigned by Dickey Davis, Wytheville, Va.

Charming Gift #138329 filly, consigned by LCC Enterprises LLC, Versailles, Ky.

Lenore’s Promises Kept #111688 gelding, consigned by John and Dorothy Lenore, El Cajon, Calif.

It’s Harvest Time #112127 gelding, consigned by Don and Allison Deardorff, Molalla, Ore.

Tahitian Treat #112889 gelding, consigned by Gold Leaf Farm, Simpsonville, Ky.

Roseridge’s More Country #113756 gelding, consigned by Randy G. Tabor, Scottsville, Ky.

Promise Of The King #138362 filly, consigned by John T. Jones and/or Dr. Gene Scott, Inc., Union, Ky.

I’m Royalty Too #113000 colt, consigned by LCC Enterprises LLC, Versailles, Ky.

Saber #137723 filly, consigned by Paul G. Turner, Nicholasville, Ky.

Fort Chiswell’s Top Gun #113015 gelding, consigned by Dickey Davis, Wytheville, Ky.

Edge Of Sanity #112486 colt, consigned by Gibbons’ Saddlebred Farm, Hodgenville, Ky.

Rubianna #138805 filly, consigned by Joan or Alice Schilke, Versailles, Ky.

High Alert #113011 colt, consigned by LCC Enterprises LLC, Versailles, Ky.

Son, Moon And Stars #111982 colt, consigned by Betty Cox, Danville, Ky.

Across The Sky #137681 filly, consigned by Kathy S. Capsuto Trust, Shelbyville, Ky.

Supremacy’s Melody #138219 filly, consigned by Pamela A. Specht, Fenton, Mich.

Sentry #112380 gelding, consigned by Alexandra and/or Sally LaPlant, Worcester, Mass.

Start The Commotion BH #112850 gelding, consigned by The O’Brien Family Trust, Lexington, Ky.

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