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Mister Big Service Added To OSAS Stallion Auction


Equine Guelph has donated a breeding to four million dollar winner Mister Big to the Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society's stallion auction which starts today and runs until February 27. The proceeds of the Mister Big breeding will go to Equine Guelph which will in turn donate a course to OSAS to use as an auction item.

The annual stallion auction which raises money to assist in the placement of retired Standardbreds in the province is one of the major fundraisers for OSAS thanks to the generosity and support of many stallion owners and farms.

OSAS is delighted to have assembled an impressive list of stallions for the 2011 auction as follows (2011 stud fee in brackets):

All American Native ($3,000)
Artistic Fella ($5,000)
Astronomical ($2,500)
BGS Folly ($3,000)
Camluck ($12,500)
Daylon Frontier($2,000)
Federal Flex ($5,000)
In Dix Huit ($2,500)
Infinitif ($4,000)
Mister Big ($7,500)
Plesac ($3,000)
Ponder ($4,000)
Santanna Blue Chip ($4,000)
Sir Luck ($3,000)
Sportswriter ($6,000)
Stonebridge Regal ($4,000)
Striking Sahbra ($7,500)
Windsong Espoir ($3,500)

The auction starts at 1 p.m. today through the link below. Please note that you must register on the site first before being able to bid.

www.osasauction.com




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