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The Maryland Horse Foundation will host an online stallion season auction January 1-5, 2021, featuring no-guarantee seasons for 19 Maryland-based stallions.

  • Alliance
  • Bandbox
  • Barbados
  • Blofeld
  • Divining Rod
  • Friesan Fire
  • Hangover Kid
  • Holy Boss
  • Irish War Cry
  • Kobe's Back
  • Long River
  • Madefromlucky
  • Mosler
  • No Never No More
  • Not Abroad
  • Rainbow Heir
  • Street Magician
  • Super Ninety Nine
  • Uncle Lino

“We are grateful to the Maryland stallion farms for their support of this fundraiser. Proceeds will support our educational programs and the launch of the Maryland Horse Library and Education Center," The Maryland Horse Foundation's Director of Development Jordyn Egan said. "After an odd 2020, we are excited to move full steam ahead on some new projects in 2021."

Visit MarylandHorse.com to view the available stallion seasons and register to bid.

Contact Jordyn Egan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

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