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The North India Breeders conducting the auction sale of 2 years at Gurugram on February 23 2021. Read more....

04 Feb 2021


You are warmly invited to participate in the North India Select Sale on 23rd of February where you can buy at a single venue select yearlings from 6 top stallions in their own categories: MULTIDIMENSIONAL, WIN LEGEND, SPEAKING OF WHICH, TOP CLASS, PLANETAIRE, KINGDA KA and some others. We plan to have a fun enjoyable evening, with entertainment, superbly bred horses, some horses on sale without reserve, a bit of this and that to keep the movement going, to ensure that each person goes back home happy and satisfied with a chance to buy a champion! We are keeping the reserves lower than the market prices of these yearlings and to promote the idea of fair market value via an open auction which is the way forward for sales, your auction bid will include GST. The venue of the sale is the prestigious (old) Usha Stud farms located 10 to 12 minutes from the Airport. The venue is superbly located 5 minutes' drive from both The Oberoi Gurugram and The Oberoi Trident and 8 to 10 minutes from The Westin and The Leela. The horses can be viewed a day prior to the sale and on the morning of the sale as well.

Once you confirm your attendance, further details of the sale will be shared with you, and the events coordinator will get in touch with you to help you with the logistics. Usha has already held 3 very successful auction sales, so most of you are familiar with the terms and the great value. This year we felt that as the sales in Mumbai have been postponed to March end, and the weather detrimental to the health and well-being of young stock travel, we could add value by bringing top-quality stock together at one venue so that there is choice and variety for each buyer.

Please be at the venue by 5.30pm, we will serve snacks and cocktails and the auction magic starts at6pm sharp, followed by dinner.

We look forward to welcoming you,

Best regards,

Ameeta Mehra (Usha Stud Farm)

Tegbir Brar (Dashmesh Stud Farm)

Gurpal and Angad Singh (Mukteshwar Stud Farm)

Sultan and Gaje Singh (Sohna Stud Farm)

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