In order to accommodate potential travel challenges for customers who attend the Breeders Crown races at Hoosier Park, Standardbred Horse Sales Company announces that the sale dates for its 2020 annual sale in Harrisburg will be shifted forward one day.

The new dates for the 2020 annual yearling sale are Tuesday (Nov. 3) through Thursday (Nov. 5). The new dates for the 2020 annual mixed sale are Friday (Nov. 6) and Saturday (Nov. 7).

In light of the unique challenges posed by COVID-19 and associated restrictions, Standardbred is exploring options for online bidding and expanded telephone bidding to accommodate customers who may not be able to attend the sale in person. Standardbred is also exploring additional sanitary and safety measures in conjunction with PA Farm Show Complex officials. Additional information will be provided as conditions for the sale become clear.

 

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