Hall of Fame announces 2008 Stallion Auction

from the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame

Goshen, NY — The Harness Racing Museum is pleased to announce an outstanding roster of stallions for the 2008 stallion breeding auction.

Topping the list, and both recently elected to the Living Horse Hall of Fame, are Camluck, North America’s leading money-winning sire, and Malabar Man, 1997 Hambletonian and Breeders Crown winner. Other Hall of Famers available are the 2004 inductee Jate Lobell, 2006’s Matt’s Scooter and last year’s honoree Cam’s Card Shark.

Malabar Man is joined in New York by trotting stallions A Go Go Lauxmont, Diamond Goal, Giant Hit, Majestic Victory, Plesac and first year stallion RC Royalty. Pacing stallions available in the Empire State are Lislea, Misfit, Noble Ability, Totally Western, Village Jove and Whelan Willie.

The Garden State of New Jersey offers Hall of Famers Cam’s Card Shark and Matt’s Scooter along with Red River Hanover and trotting sire Revenue.

Neighboring Pennsylvania offers pacing mare introductions to Allamerican Native, Arturo and Magical Mike. Sires with trotting pedigrees are World Champion American Winner and Malabar Millennium.

The state of Delaware offers Cams Fortune, Headmaster and Powerful Toy.

Like A Prayer and Valley Victor join Hall of Famer Jate Lobell in Kentucky.

Coventry tops the list of trotting stallions standing in Michigan with Terminator P and pacing’s Cheyenne Rei.

Ohio offers Cam’s Magic Trick and Memphis Flash.

The outstanding Illinois sire Richess Hanover is joined by Goalie Jeff in that state.

World Champion Million Dollar Cam joins this year’s Hall of Famer Camluck and completes the list of stallions presently available in Ontario.

Income raised by the auction, over $265,000 since 1999, supports the Museum’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, hrmdev@frontiernet.net or visit our Web site at www.harnessmuseum.com.

Joanne Young, Auction Manager, will be at Tattersalls’ Mixed Sale in the The Meadowlands’ paddock on Monday, January 21, with additional information. The museum’s gift shop will also be on hand with a selection of great merchandise for the Standardbred lover.

The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, New York, and is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thanks to USTA sponsorship, admission is free. For information on the museum, special events and other educational programs the museum offers, please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com.

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