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Go For The Gold was established as a Futurity for the small breeder to have a venue for showing their foals.  We have maintained our program for 20 plus years....we hope you will help us to continue this tradition by purchasing a breeding to the Stallion of your choice.  All stallions are available at their minimum bid until the end of breeding season.

To those of you who are not familiar with the Go For Gold web site..after you find a stallion that you like or want to know more about click on the picture of the horse and it will bring up Page 2 of the site which has all the information about the horse including all additional expenses.

The 2014 OPEA Go For The Gold Futurity & Labor Day Circuit was a great show thanks to our sponsors, owners and exhibitors.  Our numbers were up in both the futurity and PHBA/AQHA show, the food was yummy and plentiful and good times were shared. A big "Thank You" to all our volunteers for the endless hours before, during and after the show. Join us again next year and help us celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Go For The Gold Futuruty and 25th Anniversary of Go For The Gold Stallion Service Auction. 
Our 2015 Labor Day Show Host Hotel is the beautiful new Holiday Inn Express located at 1400 Country Club Dr., Claremore, OK only a few miles from the show facility.  Call them to make your reservation at 918-483-4877, special rates for our exhibitors are $89 & $99.  We encourage you to support our Host Hotel.   

Things to do:

  • Search the Stallion Database for a horse to bid on.
  • Make a bid and send it to Lois Smith.

  • GO FOR THE GOLD c/o Lois Smith
    11658 N. 129th. E. Ave.
    Collinsville, Okla. 74021

    Please be sure to write "BID ENCLOSED" on the envelope.
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    If you have a stallion and you would like to become a part of the Go For The Gold, contact a representative:

    Lois Smith 918-371-6700
    Libby Crandell 918-489-5484
    Past Winners Gallery