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World Morgan Futurity Trainer Services And Publications Auction Opens On-Line

The annual Trainers & Media Auction funnels a significant amount of money into the World Morgan Futurity that is directed right back to the breeders, owners and trainers and it is now live and online at

Choose from 22 top Morgan trainers and five different media options from magazines to on-line sales sites, and new this year is our RIDE OR DRIVE A CHAMPION category! The World Morgan Futurity Annual Trainer Services and Publications Auction offers something for everyone! We also have a fabulous 16x20” original oil painting commission from famed artist Jeanne Newton Schoborg, a complete set of first-edition AMHA Registry Books and a sterling silver crumbcatcher engraved with “1948 National Morgan Horse Show Open Jumping”.

World caliber trainers from coast to coast specializing in every discipline mastered by this versatile breed have donated one month of their training services or lesson packages with the proceeds going to the Futurity prize fund. This boosts the World Futurity fund to almost $200,000, making it the richest futurity in the Morgan breed.

Trainers in the 2015 auction include Anne Benson Stables, Stone Ledge Farm, Triumph Stables, Rushton Stables, Peeper Ranch, Morgan Horse Farm, Lingering Hills, Legacy Stables, KGA Morgans, Indian Creek Farm, Hardwood Creek Farm, Hallmark Farms, Grove Point Stables, Gervasio Pleasure Horses, Crystal Farms, Cottonwood Creek Ranch, Champion Hill, Broadmoor, Timber Hill Stable, Meadowmere Farm and Taylor River Farm.

Ride or Drive a Champion participants include Queen’s Starfire, Sacred Path Indiana Jones, No Contest GCH, Graycliff Tony Hawk, Sarde’s Insatiable, Equinox Bossanova, Miles of Fortune, Dragonsmeade Icon, SLB Andiamo, Millennium Force, Fox Hollow Talk About Me, MLB Capo di’ Capo, Meet George Jetson GCH and The Noblest.

Media donations include Grand National Show Program, Saddle Horse Report, The Morgan Horse, The National Horseman and

Go to, click on the auction banner at the top of the page, register and claim your prize! Auction closes online at midnight on November 15, 2015.

For more information, email or call Tami Johnson at 314-750-1397.

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