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Morgan Stallion Sweeps Winners Drawn



In conjunction with the United Breeders Committee, the New England Morgan Horse Association and New England Regional Morgan Horse Show, have drawn the 2023-2024 Morgan Stallion Sweeps winners.

In its sixth year, the program offered 16 top Morgan stallions and sold over $27,000 in tickets! Funds raised in this program will be used to promote Morgan horse breeding and support a Two-Year-Old Park Harness Stake at the 2024 New England Regional Morgan Horse Show.  

The Morgan Stallion Sweeps committee appreciates everyone who helped make this program a success, especially the stallion owners, ticket purchasers, and industry partners who helped promote the program.
The drawing was held on Saturday, February 17th, in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

The complete list of winners is: 
#1 Astronomicallee - Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN
#2 DBA Street Talk - Mark Allen Miller of Millersburg, OH
#3 Dragonsmeade Eltanin - Cindy Braham of Creekside , PA
#4 Dragonsmeade Griffin - Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN
#5 Dragonsmeade Spectre - Dan Yoder of Glasgow, KY
#6 Dressed Up GCH - Earl Yoder of LaGrange, IN
#7 EKL Shakedown - Jim Taylor of Medina, OH
#8 Jus’ Sayin’ - Kevin Schrugrund of Hershey, PA
#9 Leonardo’s Cry CH - Joe Zehr of Goshen, IN
#10 Liquid Assets - David Raber of Baltic, OH
#11 MEM Bailamos GCH - Cassidy Spreadbury of Lenexa, KS
#12 MEM Blue Chip GCH - Jim Taylor of Medina, OH
#13 Merriehill After Hours GCH - Lori Wood of Lawrenceburg, TN
#14 Stonecroft Masquerade - David Sproul of Waldoboro, ME
#15 SYP High Definition GCH - Firman Yoder of Danville, OH
#16 VL Peekie Blinders - Cassidy Spreadbury of Lenexa, KS

Stay tuned for the launch of the 2024-2025 Morgan Stallion Sweeps debuting at the 2024 New England Morgan Horse Show July 22-27, 2024 in Northampton, Massachusetts. For more information about the Morgan Stallion Sweeps, visit www.morganstallionsweeps.com.

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