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Mississippi Colt Preview



The MS Walking Horse Association is holding its annual Colt Preview at Abernathy Stables in Byhalia, MS on Saturday, January 16, 2010. The event will begin at 9 a.m. Bill Brady & Crew will be frying fish (and we'll have stew or chili for the non-fish folks).   Cost is $5.00 per plate. We will begin serving at 11:00 am.

All proceeds generated from this event go to the Lizzie Umberger Memorial Scholarship Fund administered by the MWHA. If you would like to donate an item for auction or make a donation, please contact Joy Smith at JSmith@dchlaw.com or 901-647-2965 (night) 901-523-2222 (day).   Auction Items include the following:

Full Page B/W Ad Voice Magazine (value - $475.00) 
Full Page B/W Ad Walking Horse Report 
8 x 10 Photo Jack Greene 
Ringside Hospitality Table Delta Fall Classic 
Joel Stewart Clear Work Grease, 1 gal 
1 Month of Training - SummerCrest Donnie Jones 
Pewter Horse Serving Spoons George & Amanda Walker 
Billie Nipper Print 
1 Yr Subscripton - WhatAHorse Jerry Harris 
5 Yr Subscription - WalkingHorseChat Tommy & Kim Williams 
Master Of Jazz Stud Fee Mike & Lee McGartland/Joe Martin Stables 
Armed & Dangerous Stud Fee Rising Star Farm 
Stormy's Lightning Stud Fee Delaine Smith/Freeman Foals 
Silver Express Stud Fee Lisa Marby (MIN BID $250) 
Jose's Powder Keg Stud Fee *live cover only Benton Pitts/Pioneer Stables 
Watch Out Jose Stud Fee Delaine Smith/Freeman Foals 
The Whole 9 Yards Stud Fee Spencer Benedict Stables (MIN BID $750) 
Eb's Night Owl Stud Fee Spencer Benedict Stables (MIN BID $250) 
Pusher All Color Spencer Benedict Stables (MIN BID $250) 
Ample Cash Spencer Benedict Stables (MIN BID $250) 

If you are not attending at want to bid on an item or one of the stud fees, please contact Joy Smith via email at jsmith@dchlaw.com or call 901-647-3965 after 5:00 p.m.

On behalf of the MS Walking Horse Association, we extend our thanks to those above who donated auction items and stud fees. We appreciate all who plan to bring horses to preview and look forward to seeing everyone at this event.

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