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CWHBA 2020 Stallion Service Auction
The CWHBA Stallion Service Auction (SSA) is an annual event that gives you the opportunity to breed to some of the best CWHBA Approved or Licensed breeding stallions. 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 CWHBA registered foal, by a nominated stallion born the year following the SSA, will be eligible to compete in one Foal Futurity - held in each Province. The CWHBA is a reputable organization which is internationally recognized by the World Breeding Federation for Sport horses (WBFSH).
• You have an opportunity to breed to some of the best breeding stallions around
• Bids start at 50% of the advertised service fee with no buyer premium!
• Anyone can register to bid
• Your foal will be eligible to be registered with a reputable organization (the CWHBA!)
• Your CWHBA registered foal will be eligible for a provincial foal futurity (registration application can be submitted at the Futurity competition)
• Successful bidders have a complimentary nomination in a provincial foal futurity (registration application can be submitted at the Futurity competition)
• Participating Stallion Owners have a complimentary nomination for one CWHBA foal in a provincial foal futurity (this is transferable)
• CWHBA is recognized internationally by the World Breeding Federation and nationally by the APA, with our registrar at CLRC
Thank you everyone who bids on our National Stallion Service Auction.
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.