THANK YOU to all the Bidders who Supported the URCHA Stallion Auction!
Auction close: Saturday, March 26, 2022 !
The stallion services will be sold at auction to the highest bidder.
The auction will begin January 1, 2019 and continue through March 3, 2019 ending at 6:00 p.m. MST. If two or more people are bidding on the same stallion service within the last five minutes of the auction closing the bidding will automatically continue in increments of five minutes until only one person is bidding.
All bids are final and all bidders accept the rules and regulations before submitting bid.
Successful bidders will be notified within 24 hours of end of bid. Successful bidders will be given the option of utilizing a credit card or sending a personal check. Payment must be received within 5 business days of bid closing. Credit card payments will have an additional 4% fee added to offset fees incurred by the URCHA. If payment is not received within 5 business days of bid closing, the buyer forfeits the breeding to the stallion. Failure of a buyer to pay for stallion services in full will result in forfeiture to bid at future URCHA stallion service auctions.
Contact Misty Castagno at (435) 830-1440 email@example.com
All stallion services are sold in concurrence with the conditions and procedures of the farm at which the stallion stands, and purchaser agrees to abide by these conditions.
Please contact stallion owner for breeding contract and information.
All services are sold with a live foal guarantee with the right to return the following season if the mare fails to settle in foal the year the service is purchased. The successful bidder of a stallion service must use the breeding during the current breeding season.
Semen collection and shipping is not included.
All fees associated with boarding, mare care, cooled or frozen semen, farm costs, chute fees and veterinary costs are between the successful bidder and the stallion owner.
The URCHA assumes no responsibility for any other business conducted between the stallion owner and the successful bidder. It is the responsibility of the service purchaser to make all necessary arrangements with the stallion owner regarding breeding and the availability of shipped semen.
Any stallion service which does not receive a minimum bid during the
auction shall be available on a first come first serve basis for the minimum