The Quarter Horse News Tulsa Reining Classic Stallion Service Auction ran through the month of August with a select lineup of premier reining stallions available for bid. Thanks to Quarter Horse News, each participating stallion owner was entered to win one of two stallion promotion packages custom-designed to contain both print and electronic advertising – each valued at $5,000.
The drawing was held on the final Saturday of the event and Dun It For Whizkey and Hollywoodstinseltown were the two stallions drawn.
Dun It For Whizkey is owned by and stands at Cardinal Ranch, while Hollywoodstinseltown is owned by Dave and Bonnie Silva and stands at Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses.
“The Tulsa Reining Classic is able to be the quality event it is because of the incredible generosity of the stallion owners who donate breedings each year. We’ve always had great stallions in the auction, and this year was exceptional,” noted Cheryl Cody of the Tulsa Reining Classic management team.
The other major component of the Stallion Auction’s success is the partnership with Quarter Horse News. “Quarter Horse News is the long-time sponsor of the Stallion Auction, and the magazine is always supportive of the performance horse industry. We thank Quarter Horse News for their continued sponsorship,” Cody said.
An exciting twist to the Quarter Horse News Tulsa Reining Classic Stallion Auction is that foals resulting from a breeding from the Tulsa Reining Classic Stallion Auction are eligible for a free entry into the Open, Non Pro, Developing or Emerging Horse Futurity in their three-year-old year.
There are still some breedings left to great stallions at a reduced cost, so make sure to visit the Stallion Auction page at www.TulsaReining.com.