Thanks to the generosity of Lane’s End Texas in Hempstead, a stallion season to leading Texas sire Too Much Bling has been donated to benefit the fire recovery fund for TTA Accreditation/Racing Manager Jennifer Gibbs. Also thanks to owner Jack Cook, a season to Wimbledon, who stands at Key Ranch near Salado, Texas, has been donated, and thanks to owner Carl Moore, a season to Mr. Nightlinger, who stands at JEH Stallion Station in Purcell, Oklahoma, has also been donated.
On January 3, the home of Jennifer and her husband, Sand, burned to the ground after a lightning strike, resulting in a total loss. To make a monetary donation to the fund, click here.
Too Much Bling stands for a $4,000 fee, and the minimum bid for this auction is $3,000. This is for a live foal guarantee season. The season to Wimbledon is also a live foal guarantee, and the starting bid is $2,500. The season to Mr. Nightlinger is a live foal guarantee with a minimum bid of $1,000.
To place a bid, please contact TTA Executive Director Mary Ruyle at 512-458-6133 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page will be updated with the current high bid, and bids must be made in $100 increments. Bids will be accepted through January 30 ending at 3 p.m. Central. To bid by email, please include your bid amount, name, mailing address and phone number. Payment will be due within 14 days of the close of the auction.
Too Much Bling: SOLD
Current high bid for Wimbledon: SOLD
Current high bid for Mr. Nightlinger: $1,000 (no bids)
Check with Mary in the TTA office at 512.458.6133 to see if other stallions may be available.