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Live Bidding
Tuesday  -  September 5th

Lot #07  -  12yr Old Exposed Mare
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The bidding for this lot will start at 8:30pm CENTRAL
on
TUESDAY, September 5th, 2017.
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Contact the consignor for any questions concerning this consignment BEFORE placing a bid.

PAYMENT must be RECEIVED within 7 days of the auction's close!
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The bidding for this lot will start at 8:30pm CENTRAL
on
TUESDAY, September 5th, 2017.
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BIDS DISPLAY CENTRAL TIME
The bidding for this lot will be open for 5 minutes after the bidding starts,
and for an additional 5 minutes after every bid is placed.
The bidding will close when a bid has not been received within 5 minutes.

If you need to place a phone bid call: (605) 515-4313
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Consignor:
Russ Kling
Belfield, ND
(701) 290-2964
#D5
DOB: 2005

This 12yr old mare is half sister to Tan Line owned by Pete Carr.
Tan Line is the mother to Riverboat Annie, a many time NFR bareback horse.
Tan Line is also the mother to Dale Kling's stallion, Augie, and many more greats!
D5 looks just like her half sister Tan Line
, they look like twins.  They are both sired by Exposure.
Exposure is a son of Major who is a son of the famous Custer.
Contact Russ Kling at (701) 290-2964 for full details.

Selling exposed to:
Korkow's #500
I have been leasing this outstanding producer from Jim & TJ Korkow at the Arrow K.
According to TJ, #500 is sired by Confused and is out of a Sankey Mare.
He is the sire to the two sorrel studs that I have been hauling, -57 & -55,
that are currently setting #1 & #2 in the UBHA 2yr old futurity standings.
His colts are impressive and that's why I leased him back to breed with him more.
Pictured Above: -54, -55, -57 all #500 sons that I have kept as studs.