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High Roller Reining Classic Continues Stallion Services Silent Auction

by By Rebecca Walton | Sep 29, 2009, 4:50 PM EST

The High Roller Reining Classic (HRRC) is pleased to announce that it will be continuing its 2009 Stallion Services Silent Auction through December 5. The Stallion Services Silent Auction features the top reining stallions from across the country, and offspring will be eligible to win the Highest Placing Offspring award at the 2014 High Roller Reining Classic. The High Roller Reining Classic is the international "crown jewel" of Western riding competition, and featured over $200,000 in added money and prizes. The horse show was held at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV, September 4-12, 2009.

This is the first year that the Stallion Services Silent Auction is being held, and bidding began September 4 at this year's High Roller Reining Classic. Interested parties have the opportunity to bid through December 5 at 6:00 p.m. at www.highrollerreiningclassic.com. Once bids are placed, updates on the status of the highest bids will be posted on the High Roller Reining Classic website daily.

This year's stallions include Gunner, Dun Gotta Gun, Big Chex To Cash, Mister Nicadual, Spooks Gotta Gun, Commanders Nic, Mr Montana Nic, Tidal Wave Jac, Smartest Shiner Yet, Professor Smart, Jacspin, Sir Reminic, Gunball Machine, Tinsel Jac, Easy Otie Whiz, and Dun It At Dawn.

"We have a fantastic group of stallions for our first year into the program," commented show manager Amanda Brumley. "We are fortunate to have generous stallion owners that believe in our event."

There are multiple offspring incentive programs that will be offered beginning at the 2014 High Roller Reining Classic through the Stallion Services Silent Auction. By purchasing a stallion service through the HRRC silent auction the mare owner is eligible to receive $2,000 Highest Placing Offspring in the 2014 HRRC Futurity Open and Non Pro Divisions. In addition, by performing in the HRRC on an offspring produced from the sale of a stallion service through the HRRC silent auction, the offspring owner is eligible to receive $2,000 Highest Placing Offspring in the 2014 HRRC Futurity Open and Non Pro Divisions.

For more information about the High Roller Reining Classic or the 2009 Stallion Services Silent Auction, please visit www.highrollerreiningclassic.com.