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09:03 PM EDT
SWANA Stallion Services Auction
Breed the next generation Swedish Warmblood horse by breeding to a top SWANA approved stallion. Thanks to the generous donations from stallion owners, we can now offer these four incredible stallions with top international performance and/or well as proven sires. Two jumper stallions and two dressage stallions, something for everyone! Top bloodlines, top performance! A great opportunity to get a reduced price on a breeding service, as bids start at 50% of the advertised service fee. Anyone can register to bid. Foals must be registered SWB.
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The Swedish Warmblood Association of North America – SWANA is a non-profit organization dedicated to breeding and promoting Swedish Warmblood horses in North America. The breeding rules and standards of SWANA are consistent with those of the Swedish Warmblood Association (SWB). The stud book originates from the the very first inspections, developed in 1874. Strict rules for conformation, performance and character were implemented. The rules and regulations were further developed and received its official status in 1918 as that was the year the law mandating stallion owners to have their stallions inspected came in to effect. The stud book was created and the Swedish Warmblood Association was founded in 1928, the sole keeper of the SWB stud book.
The breeding goal is to produce a noble, correct and sound warmblood horse, that through its rideability, performance oriented temperament, excellent gaits and/or jumping ability is internationally competitive.
SWANA was founded in 1991 and organizes yearly inspection tours in North America with judges from the inspection committee in Sweden. We register foals and horses, transfer ownerships, organize events and support the SWB communty in North America through various award programs.
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