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World Morgan Futurity Trainers and Publications Auction

Go to to bid on some of the best trainers in the country, many fresh off historical World titles from last week's Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show in Oklahoma City! 
Four publications offer full page color ads and 37 top trainers are featured in this year's online auction, each offering a month of training to the lucky high bidder. If you've registered and bid in this auction in years past, your user name and login information is still valid. 
Trainers featured this year include: Glynis Snowden, John & Belle Hufferd, Diane Conrady, Bert Earehart, Rick Davis, Jean DeGutis, Jonalyn Gwinup, Peeper Ranch/Phil Fountain, Broadmoor, Daryl Hopson, Bob Hughes, Fire Run Farm/Rob Fletcher, Tara Farm/Ken & Diana Swanson, Kelly Kraegel, Garn Walker, Sebring Stables, Bre Schultz Farrand, Tim Roesink, David Rand, Lynn & Kathleen Peeples, Forest Nealon, Judy Nason, Christine Nava, Mike & Elizabeth Murphy, Frank & Ann Miller, Rushton Stables, Dragonfire Farm, Reindance Stables, Percy McDaniel, Katie Mair, Indian Creek Farm/Kurt Hufferd & Shanna Gish, Playmor Farm, Mike Carpenter, Merriehill Farm, Cheri Barber, Taylor River Farm and Lyle & Colleen Wick. 
This is a great opportunity to support the World Morgan Futurity, with proceeds being distributed in the 2011 prize money for the World Futurity horses. Try out a new trainer or support your current trainer by bidding today! 

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