Lane’s End Adds Four Select Seasons to the ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration Set for Sunday

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Lane’s End Farm has added no guarantee seasons to Candy Ride, Quality Road, City of Light, and Union Rags to the roster of stallion seasons offered at the 30th annual Thoroughbred Charities of America ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration presented by LNJ Foxwoods on Sunday, January 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Distillery Square in Lexington, Ky.

The Lane’s End seasons are in addition to Audible, Blame, Constitution, Street Sense (with a 2021 breed back), and Vino Rosso. Interested bidders or their authorized agents may bid in the live auction by attending the Celebration or they may contact TCA by 12 p.m. on Jan. 12 to arrange telephone bidding. Tickets for the Celebration are available here.

The ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration will also offer a variety of non-season items including halters worn by Tapit, Maximum Security, Country House, Quality Road, Lady Eli, and Ghostzapper. Online bidding for these items is available through the conclusion of the Celebration on Sunday. In addition to seasons, some items including equine air transportation via Tex Sutton, a five-night stay at a beachfront bed and breakfast in Costa Rica, and a ticket package featuring tickets to all 2020 Triple Crown races will be offered in the live auction at the Celebration. View all non-season items here.

TCA Stallion Season Auction sponsors include LNJ Foxwoods, Rosenberg Thoroughbred Consulting, Limestone Bank, WinStar Farm, Equine Medical Associates, Bourbon Lane Stable, Starquine, Fasig-Tipton, Tito’s Vodka, TDN, BloodHorse, Paulick Report, HRRN, and L.V. Harkness & Co. For further information regarding the 30th annual TCA Stallion Season Auction please visit www.tca.org or call (859) 276-4989.

Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) was formed in 1990 to raise and distribute funds to charities in the Thoroughbred industry that provide a better life for Thoroughbreds, both during and after their racing careers, by supporting qualified repurposing and retirement organizations and by helping the people who care for them. In 2019, TCA granted nearly $475,000 to 64 charities working within Thoroughbred retraining, rehoming and retirement; backstretch and farm worker services, research and equine-assisted therapy. Over the last 30 years, TCA has granted over $23 million to more than 200 charities that successfully meet the criteria set forth in its annual grant application. TCA also administers the Horses First Fund, founded by LNJ Foxwoods in 2016, to assist Thoroughbreds in need of emergency aid. TCA is the charitable arm of the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA).

 

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