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Only 12 Days Left!



The TWHBEA National Futurity On-Line Stallion Fee Auction is down to its last 12 days. The current bids total $11,600 with all proceeds going to benefit the TWHBEA National Futurity in creating bigger purses for its participants. Currently many popular stallions are awaiting their first bids. They are:

Lester H. Burns
El Zorro’s Star
I’m N.R.A. 
All American Cash
The Titleist
Cool Alen Jackson
Watch It Now
Moody Star

To see all the stallion fees offered and their current bids go to: www.twhbea-auctions.com

If you are planning to breed to one of these great stallions either this Fall or next Spring this auction is the best way to get a great deal and all proceeds benefit the TWHBEA National Futurity and our many breeders who participate in it.

There are still many stallions whose current bid is much lower than their advertised price. It is also the ONLY place to purchase a stud fee to I Am Jose’ who’s books have been closed for 2018. There are only 12 days left to bid so “Bid High and Bid Often”!

For all those who have and continue to participate in this auction we at TWHBEA offer our thanks.

David W. Williams
President TWHBEA

 

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