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The UPHA Classics Jackpot Sale has a New and Exciting Format



The new format will be featuring American Saddlebred Two-Year-Olds and Three-Year-Olds in the spring of 2016! The next sale will be held in conjunction with the Robertson Equine Sale in Shelbyville, Kentucky, April 8-9, 2016.
 
The Yearlings from the 2013 Jackpot Sale and Two-Year-Olds from the 2014 Jackpot Sale will show for the added Jackpot Sale prize money at the 2015 UPHA Classics Grand Championships at the UPHA/American Royal National Championship Horse Show. The Yearlings from the 2014 Jackpot Sale will show for the added Jackpot Sale prize money in the 2016 UPHA Classics Grand Championships.
 
The Three-Year-Olds that go through the 2016 Jackpot Sale in Kentucky will be showing for the added Jackpot Sale prize money in the 2016 UPHA Classics Grand Championships after they qualify in a respective UPHA Classics class prior to the 2016 UPHA Classics Grand Championships.
 
The 2016 Jackpot Two-Year-Olds will compete for the added Jackpot Sale prize money at the 2017 UPHA Classics Grand Championships.
 
Don't miss out on a great opportunity to purchase or sell a young prospect eligible for the Jackpot money!

 

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