NCRHA Sire and Dam Auction Terms of Sale

The winning bidder in the 2019 North Central Reining Horse Association (NCRHA) Sire and Dam Auction has purchased from the NCRHA a stallion breeding donated by the stallion owner to be used by the bidder during the 2019 breeding season.

The purchase applies only to the breeding fees, and does not include fees such as, but not restricted to, booking/chute fees, shipping costs (FED EX, Counter to Counter), mare care, transportation, rebreeds. These fees are determined and collected by the individual stallion owners; the NCRHA has no responsibility for setting or collecting these fees.

The mare owner may not sell or transfer this contract to another mare owner, without the express consent of the stallion owner. If the bidder's mare does not conceive during the 2019 breeding season or conceives but later aborts, it is the mare owner's responsibility to determine if a rebreed is acceptable during the succeeding breeding year. If the stallion allows a rebreed, the NCRHA will honor the breeding. The mare owner needs to notify NCRHA if their mare does not conceive during the 2019 season.

The foal born to the mare as a result of the NCRHA breeding will be eligible for a free entry in the NCRHA 2023 Futurity, provided the mare owner returns to NCRHA a completed Futurity entry postcard.

Upon receipt of payment for the breeding, the NCRHA will send by mail a contract signed by the stallion owner acknowledging the contracted breeding and a 2023 Futurity entry postcard. A copy of the contract will also be mailed to the stallion owner. It is the bidder's responsibility to contact the owner in a timely manner to arrange the breeding.

All proceeds from the sale of this auction will go to the NCRHA to support the NCRHA 2019 Futurity.