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CWHBA 2017 Stallion Service Auction
FIRST ROUND BIDDING STARTS ON FEBRUARY 18 AT 8AM (EAST) AND CLOSES ON FEBRUARY 23 AT 10PM (EAST).
Breedings not bought and paid for on first round will be offered for a second round, BUY IT NOW option starting on February 24 at 10PM (east) and closing on March 2 at 10PM (east). To make payment and secure your winning bid email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you with payment arrangements.
The CWHBA Stallion Service Auction is an annual event that gives you the opportunity to breed to some of the best CWHBA Approved or Licensed breeding stallions. It's the deal of the millennium - where else can you get a reduced price on a breeding service, as bids start at 50% of the advertised service fee. Anyone can register to bid.
Your foal will be eligible for the Provincial Foal Futurity in your Province and is eligible for registration with a reputable organization, the CWHBA, which is internationally recognized by the World Breeding Federation. Your resulting foal will also be eligible for CWHBA sponsored Young Horse Performance Classes and extra prize money supported by the SSA.
HOW TO BID?
- Register as a bidder https://www.32auctions.com/users/new ;
- Review the stallion offers;
- Carefully read the donation details in the description;
- Contact the stallion owner or item consignor and review their breeding contract or discuss the item to make sure you agree with all terms and conditions;
-Contact us at email@example.com and secure your item by making payment arrangements;
- BID AND ENJOY THE EXCITEMENT!
About Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association
The Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association (CWHBA) was Incorporated, under the Canadian Live Stock Pedigree Act, in 1991. The association is a corporate union of breeders for the purpose of furthering warmblood horse breeding in Canada. The purpose of the association is:
•to unite the breeders, owners and friends of Warmblood horses in Canada;
•to maintain of the Stud Book of Canadian Warmblood horses including approved stallions, mares and foals;
•to maintain a uniform breeding program of warmblood horses in Canada;
•to promote breed shows and representation in exhibitions;
•to provide information to breeders, owners and friends and generally encourage public understanding of the Canadian Warmblood horse.
The breeding aim of the Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders Association is a medium sized, well bred Warmblood horse that is naturally talented to excel in Olympic and related equestrian sports - Dressage, Jumping, Driving, Eventing, Hunter.