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Young Horse Preview Presented by UPHA Young Professionals




The UPHA Young Professionals are holding a unique event in an effort to market young horses.
Thursday, Jan. 18, 2007 the UPHA Young Professionals will be presenting a group of top young horses at the Rock Creek Riding Club in Louisville, Ky., at 7 p.m.


The presentation will include 40 of the finest two, three and four-year-olds in training. American Saddlebreds, Morgans and Hackneys will all be on display for public inspection. The intention of this preview is to stimulate business within the industry by offering an opportunity to purchase these young horses as well as promotion.

This is not another auction. All sales will be private. The UPHA Young Professionals invite you to join them for an evening of fine food and fine horses. Tickets will be $30 per person, which includes a food ticket and program. Ringside box seating is available for $200 per table with seating for six to eight people. Entries for the showing close Dec. 15, 2006.

Some of the country’s top farms have already committed. They include Blythewood Farm, Diamond View Farm, Prospect Lane, Sunrise Stables, Arrowhead Farm, Golden Creek Farms, Memory Lane Farm, Mercer Springs Farm, Grey Ridge Farm, Signature Stables, Fair View Farm, Royal Winds Farm, Infinity Stables, Hart to Hart Stables, Joe Russell, Mayo Moctezuma, Kalarama, Pleasantiew Farm, Blue Willow Farm, Callaway’s Hills, Demjen Stables, Alliance Stud, Willowbank, Clouse Stables, Teater Stables, Spring Hill Stables, Lowry Stables, Grove Pointe and Leatherwood Farm.

There is a limited amount of box seating available. For information on entries, tickets, and reservations, contact Chad Graham via email, gsinger32480@yahoo.com or call (859) 621-5531.

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