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Updated 2017 OSAS Stallion

Please note the following is the up to date list of the stallions being offered for our annual stallion auction as of January 24.

OSAS is extremely grateful to all of the stallion owners and farms that contribute these breedings and those mare owners who purchase them as this is one of the adoption society's most productive fundraisers each year.

The 2017 online auction will again take email bids. Bids are to be emailed to osasadmin@bellnet.ca. You may bid continuously or send in a maximum bid for each stallion. The 2017 auction will run from February 5 to February 10 and bidding will close at 4 p.m.

A previously announced breeding to Sir Luck has been withdrawn, and a breeding to Dali has been added.

The line up of stallions and the 2017 fees are as follows:

• Big Jim - $4,000
• Dali - $2,000
• Glidemaster - $4,000
• Holiday Road - $4,000
• Justice Hall - $3,500
• Prestidigitator - $3,500
• Royal Mattjesty - $3,500
• Royalty For Life - $6,000
• State Treasurer - $4,000
• Sunshine Beach - $5,000
• Thinking Out Loud - $4,000
• Vintage Master - $3,500
• Wheelin N Dealin - $4,000

Additional breedings are gratefully accepted. Anyone wishing to donate a breeding can contact OSAS via email or telephone at osasadmin@bellnet.ca or 905-339-6748.

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