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Stallion breedings still available via Museum

March 04, 2014

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The Harness Racing Museum would like to thank all of the donors and bidders for a successful stallion breeding auction.
In addition to the list of stallions that are still available, the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is proud to offer a newly acquired breeding to Guccio as part of our stallion breeding auction. This is a unique opportunity as his book is sure to be full and closed very shortly.
The world champion and million-dollar winning trotter Guccio 4,1:51.1f ($1,021,809) begins stud duty at Victory Hill Farm, one of the leading farms in Indiana. He will stand for a fee of $5,000 for the 2014 breeding season.
Due to several newly received services, as well as some breedings that did not receive appropriate bids, the following is a list of stallions that are still available. TROTTERS are indicated with upper case CAPS.
Delaware –CR COMMANDO, Dream Away
Illinois - Yankee Skyscaper
Indiana – Allthatgltrsisgold,GUCCIO, Panspacificflight
Maryland –CHARLIE DE VIE,FOUR STARZ ROBRO, GROTON HALL, HOLY GUACAMOLIE,Nuclear Breeze, Totally Western,Up Front Charlie
New York –CONWAY HALL, DEWEYCHEATUMNHOWE, Lislea,LUCKY CHUCKY, Panther Hanover, Riverboat King
Ohio –COLIE'S, Manhardt,NORTHERN KID,Powerful Toy, VALLEY VICTOR,Woodstock
Ontario –ANGUS HALL, Artistic Fella,Badlands Hanover, Classic Card Shark
Pennsylvania –LEAR JETTA, SIERRA KOSMOS,TOMRIDGE,Tuffofthetoughest
Income raised by the stallion auction, nearly $540,000 over the past 15 years, supports theMuseum's General Operating Fund. It helps to ensure quality services, special exhibitions, traveling exhibits, promotional support and educational programming for children and adults. Our efforts also help to encourage new owners and fans!
For additional information on the auction, to donate breedings, or to receive a complete list of stallions and conditions for bidding, please contact Joanne Young at (845) 294-6330, email to development@harnessmuseum.com or visit http://www.harnessmuseum.com/, where updates will also be posted. Some stallions have more than one breeding available. (Harness Racing Museum)
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