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MSU's 2008 horse sale set for Nov. 15

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi State University will

auction about 40 horses, including some of the last foals of Triple

Crown descendant Minister Slew, on Nov. 15 to raise money for

equine research.

The sale will be conducted at the Mississippi Horse Park in

Starkville.

MSU officials six horses are the offspring of Minister Slew, the

grandson of 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew. Minister Slew

was one of MSU's top stallions until his death last summer.

Other horses are registered with the American Quarter Horse

Association, the American Paint Horse Association, the Tennessee

Walking Horse Association or the Jockey Club. Included in this

year's sale are about 30 weanlings, several yearlings, two

2-year-olds under saddle and several pony colts.

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On the Net:

MSU horse sale, http://msucares.com/livestock/equine

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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