Allocate Your Assets’ Book to Close May 1st
SCOTTSDALE, AZ., April 19, 2012 – Everyone associated with Allocate Your Assets would like to thank all of our new and returning mare owners for an extremely successful 2012 breeding season. Due to an overwhelming demand, we will be closing Al’s book May 1st. If you would still like to breed to “Al” this year, please fill out a contract and turn it in before April 30th. Breeding contracts are available on Allocate Your Assets’ website – www.allocateyourassets.com – or by contacting us at email@example.com. There are also multiple breeding discounts available, also listed on his website. For any questions about breeding to “Al,” or about booking your mare, please contact breeding manager, Jim Searles, at 602-549-7332, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Allocate Your Assets
Allocate Your Assets, or “Al,” as he is affectionately known, is a 2000 16.2 hand bay stallion by Protect Your Assets and out of the thoroughbred mare, Kat Sass. Owned by G.W. and Katherine Tobin, Al is quickly proving to be a standout hunter under saddle sire, stamping his offspring with not only his beautiful looks and movement, but also his great mind. Their natural talent, combined with their willingness to learn, has made “Al’s” offspring sought after by open and non-pro competitors alike.
As a competitor, Allocate Your Assets was a very successful show horse, earning 4 Congress Championships and an AQHA Reserve World Championship in Senior Hunter Under Saddle. Even though he is still a young sire, with his oldest foal crop only 5-years-old, “Al” has sired 5 Congress Champions, an AQHA Reserve World Champion, numerous Congress Reserve Champions and top tens, multiple NSBA World Champions, and countless futurity champions.
Allocate Your Assets is standing at the Circle S Ranch, owned by Jim and Deanna Searles, in Scottsdale, Arizona for the 2012 breeding season. His 2012 breeding fee is $1,500. “Al’s” foals are eligible for the AQHA Incentive Fund, NSBA, APHA Breeders Trust, Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity, and the Southern Belle Futurity.