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The UPHA Classics Jackpot Sale Deadline Approaching



The UPHA Classics Jackpot Sale, featuring American Saddlebred two-year-olds and three-year-olds in Training, as well as Hackney Pony Three-Year-Olds & Four-Year-Olds in Training will be held in conjunction with the Robertson Equine Sale in Shelbyville, Kentucky on March 30-31, 2018. The closing date for entries is February 15, 2018. 

Horses purchased through the Spring 2018 sale will be eligible, once nominated and qualified in a respective UPHA Classics class, to compete for the UPHA Classics Jackpot Prize Money.

Jackpot prize money will be awarded to the highest placing eligible horses in the UPHA Classics Grand Championships. In addition, 10% of the jackpot prize money is awarded to the original consignor of the sale graduate.

Congratulations to the following Jackpot Sale horses who competed in the 2017 UPHA Classics Grand Championships and were awarded over $30,000 in Jackpot Sale money: HS I'm Dreaming the Blues, owned by Pamela Slater, Fox Grape's American Classic owned by Harold Denton, Jr. and So Heavenly owned by Truman Volkart!

Make plans to consign a future show ring star or buy a fancy prospect now and hit the Jackpot later!!

Click here for the UPHA Jackpot Entry Form.

For more information concerning the sale please visit www.robertsonequinesales.com
or contact the following:
Jimmy Robertson (502) 802-6977
Helen Robertson (502) 802-6777

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