Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame Stud Row

January 2021
08:00 AM MST
February 2021
08:00 PM MST

Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame Stud Row

The WCHF is synonymous with all things cowboy and the main partner of a cowboy is his horse!

The WCHF Stud Row is a collection of some of the finest stallions in Wyoming! We are thankful for the very generous donations from these great stallion owners of the Cowboy State.

Funds raised from this auction will go toward the production of the 2020-2021 WCHF Induction, Sept 11-12, 2021 at the Little America in Cheyenne, as well as the day to day operations of the organization.

***Please note: Stallions are listed in alphabetic order. Most of the stud information is found on the flyers and photos of each auction listing. Fees, breeding preferences and owner contact details are found within the auction listing details. At auction close, both buyer and seller will receive the other's contact information to finalize breeding contracts - WCHF will have no role in finalizing any breeding contracts and assumes no liability with any horses involved. Payment must be made before donor information is given***

This auction has extended bidding to prevent bid sniping - if you bid in the last two minutes of the auction, the bidding for the auction will be extended by 3 minutes at a time until the all bids have ended.

About Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame

The Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame is a local 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that inducts and honors the real working cowboys of the state.

"The purposes of the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame are exclusively historical, cultural, literary and educational. WCHF’s chief goal is: “To preserve, promote, perpetuate, publish and document Wyoming’s working cowboy and ranching history through researching, profiling and honoring individuals who broke the first trails and introduced that culture to this state. WCHF plans to collect, display and preserve the stories, and photos of such individuals and anything else that will honor and highlight their contributions to our history.”

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