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Save the Date: Sunday, January 26th – 37th Annual Gallop Service Charity Auction

Do not miss this year’s Gallop Auction on Sunday, January 26, 2020, at Northern Quest Casino Family Pavilion in Airway Heights just west of Spokane. The Auction is offering an incredible lineup of stallions from all over the United States with breeding fees ranging from $500 to $4,100 per service.

This year’s list includes Congress and National Champions and World and Reserve World Champions. Many of the studs are leading sires in the industry including  Lazy Loper, Blazing Hot, Its A Southern Thing, and VS GoodRide.

For further information about the event, contact Gallop Coordinator, Barbara Turner at 509-990-4167.

All of this excitement and support helps the Gallop Stallion Services Auction meet its primary goal of raising funds to help the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest continue their mission of helping hundreds of families. Check out all of this year’s performers on Gallop’s Facebook page, or on our website,

The event opens at 11 am, with the Opening Ceremony starting at 12 Noon. You are welcome to bid in person at the event, but if you can’t make it, or live out of the area, you can watch the auction online at and then call in and place your bid with one of our phone operators. This also allows for National and International bidding.

Imagine if your child was sick. What would you do if you had to fly to a hospital in a different city far from your home? Would you know where to go? When you arrived at the hospital, where would you put your extra clothes? Where would you shower? Where would you wash your clothes? Who would you turn to for help? These and many other questions are all answered daily by the volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.

Families are provided temporary lodging, comfort, and support while their children are accessing medical services and overcoming medical struggles. The house provides a consistent and caring helping hand, lessening the mental and financial strain on families. It allows them to focus on the most important thing…supporting their children.

They give families the ability to spend more time with their children, to interact with their doctors, and to make important decisions about their child’s care. Fortunately, people like you help support the mission when you participate in the Gallop event. Your generosity provides more than a wonderful afternoon at the Gallop event…it offers a home away from home for hundreds of families. That is a gift that is truly priceless.

For more information about the auction, please visit their website at