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Stallion Fees Available Through WHOA Silent Auction



WHOA is offering a great line up of stallion fees for sale through the 2011 WHOA Silent Auction. Each stallion fee has a minimum price of 1/2 the stallion's regular fee. These stallion fees are good through the 2011 breeding season and non-transferable. Anyone wishing to purchase these stallion fees can call 615-494-8822 or fax to 615-494-8825 or email JoinWHOA@aol.com.

WHOA sincerely thanks each of the stallion owners as well as the breeding farms for donating the following stallion fees to benefit WHOA in 2011.

The Coach- $750
Indigo Blue- $250
Berend (Friesian)- $400
Outta Line- $250
Stainless Steel- $250
Generator's Silver Dollar- $375
Watch It Now- $750
Ample Cash- $250
Ted Williams- $1250
Stone Cutter- $500
Midnight At The Ritz- $175
Main Power- $500
BeTouched- $200 (KY Breeders Incentive Nominated)
Charged Up- $200 (KY Breeders Incentive Nominated)
Shadow Hunter- $200 (KY Breeders Incentive Nominated)

For more information contact WHOA at 615-494-8822 or go to www.walkinghorseowners.com.

 

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