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NCWHA Hosts Sneak Preview & Auction

The North Carolina Walking Horse Association (NCWHA) will host their Sneak Preview on Saturday, March 11 at Biggerstaff Park in Dallas, NC. The event begins at 12 noon with a barbecue luncheon. Following the luncheon there will be a live auction, as well as a silent auction. Colt exhibitions will begin following the live auction. Members are asked to bring chairs and a dessert for the luncheon.

Here is a list of some of the auction items:

1. WGC Gameworld Stud Fee – minimum bid $400 (value $1000)
2. WGC Main Power Stud Fee – minimum bid $700 (value $1000)
3. WGC Watch It Now Stud Fee – minimum bid $500 (value $750)
4. Arm’s Deal For Real Stud Fee  - minimum bid $500 (value $750) – Two Year Old WGC & Four Year Old   RWGC
5. Voice Magazine full-color page of advertising (value $750)
6. Walking Horse Report black & white full page of advertising
7. Scoop Online – 1 year of website advertising
8. Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration – 2 Blue Ribbon Room passes (value $800)
9. Marsha De Arriaga – quality vest & shirt (exchangeable for correct sizing)
10. Ben Brantley Jewelry – rose quartz bracelet
11. Frances Bates & Walking Horse Museum – Spring horse head wreath
12. Bryant Norwood Designs – Tote bag, burlap flag, and license plate
13. TWHBEA – Tennessee Walking Horse coffee table books
14. TWHBEA 3 Year Membership – includes a free transfer or registration
15. Rhonda Baucom’s Sew Blessed Embroidery items
16. Armstrong Subaru – dog bed, camelback water bottle, wood grain water bottle, and 5 day survival kit.

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