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World Morgan Futurity Trainers & Media 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 www.worldmorganfuturity.com.

With 36 top Morgan trainers and 7 different media options from magazines to on-line sales sites and eBlasts, the World Morgan Futurity Annual Trainers and Media auction offers something for everyone! World calibre trainers from coast to coast specializing in every discipline this versatile breed have donated one month of their training services 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 2012 auction include Anne Benson Stables, Belleweather/Judy Nason, B.J. Schafer Training Center, Brian Hadley Stables, Broadmoor/Mike Goebig & Dwayne Knowles, Cottonwood Creek Ranch/Kelly Kraegel, Crystal Farms/Mary Carlton, Dragonfire Morgans/Earl & Jennifer McFall, Garn Walker Stables, Rick Gervasio Pleasure Horses, Grove Pointe Stables/Tim Roesink, Gwinfield/Jonalyn Gwinup, Hardwood Creek/Lyle & Colleen Wick, Higgins Training Stable/J. Travis Higgins, Illahee/Forest Nealon, Indian Creek Farm/Kurt Hufferd & Shanna Gish, KGA Morgans/Nikki Rae Woodworth, Legacy Stables/Mike & Liz Murphy, Merriehill Farm/The Bodnar Family, Mike Carpenter Stables, Peeper Ranch/Phil Fountain & Kristen Tramposh, Playmor Farm/Bob Hughes & Jennifer Hazen, Premier West Stables/Nicole Johnson, Rand/David Rand, River Run Farm/Tom Tornatore & Darcy Albino-Attig, Gerry Rushton Stables, Scottfield Stables/Alicia Owens, Sebring Stables/Harry & Carolyn Sebring, Sterling Training Centre/Katie Mair, Tara Farm/Ken & Diana Swanson, Taylor River Farm/Richard Boule & Sarah Gove, Trafalgar/Daryl Hopson & Greg Ferguson, Triumph Stables/John & Belle Hufferd, Waterford Farm/Lynn & Kathleen Peeples and Windward Farm/Amanda DuPont.

Media donations include Grand National Show Program, Saddle Horse Report, Morgan Show Times, The Morgan Horse, Horse Show Wire, MorganShowcase.com andMorganStallionShowcase.com.

Go to www.worldmorganfuturity.com, click on the auction banner at the top of the page, register and claim your prize! Auction closes online at noon on November 4, 2012.

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