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UPHA Convention Auction Items



The UPHA announces a fantastic line up of Silent Auction and Live auction items for the 2012 UPHA Convention in Nashville, January 5-7. The Silent Auction will be offering over 50 items, highlighted by rides on these unbelievable World Champions:

Five Gaited Horse

WCC CH Callway's Born To Win, donated by Gayle Lampe and Mike Roberts Stables

Three Gaited Horse

WC and Reserve WGC Swing An Singin, Donated by Kenny and Ceil Wheeler and Mercer Springs Farm

Fine Harness Horse

WCC Heir's Treasure, James and Misdee Miller and Kalarama Farm.

Three Gaited Pleasure Horse

WCC With Bells On, Donated by Mackenzie Hall and Milligan Stables

Harness Pony

WGC Heartland Expectation, Donated by Tamra Arndt and West Wind Stables

Morgan English Pleasure Horse

WGC Bada Bing, Donated by Lawson Creek Farm LLC/ The Tatar Family

 The Live Auction is held during Saturday Evening's Dinner and Awards Gala.

The following will be available:

Stallion Service Fees to:

Undulata's Nutcracker, The Leading Sire Of World Champions in 2010 and 2011, donated by Swanson and Jampsa LLC Standing at Willowbank

(SA) Tomcat, The much talked about stallion recently imported from South Africa, donated by Pieter Hugo and Lauren Smith. Standing at Singing Hills

WC Crystal Creeks Commander, Competed in and won 11 out of 12 classes in 2011. Donated by, Sandra Surber. Standing at Majestic Oaks

 WGC Dragonsmeade Icon, the 2011 Morgan Park Saddle World's Grand Champion. Donated by Dragonsmeade Farm/ The Fu Family . Standing at Grove point Stables/ Tim Roesink

A Radon Tack Room, Donated by Radon Inc

Custom Riding Jacket valued at $2000.00, Donated by Becker Brothers

Custom Jewelry donated by Churchwell's Jewelers

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