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CRHA Online Stallion Auction

ROCKWOOD, ON – The Canadian Road Horse Association (CRHA) will once again be hosting an Online Stallion Auction.  Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on February 15th and with closing times from 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on February 21, 2010, donated breedings to 2 premier Ontario trotting stallions — Mutineer and Pegasus Spur — will be auctioned off for charity to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa, and the Canadian Road Horse Association (CRHA).

This event will run as an online auction via the CRHA’s website at To place a bid, simply click on the ‘Submit Bid’ button from the auction page and enter your name and contact info, your bid amount, and declare that you have read, understood, and will comply with the procedures and rules. If you do not have access to the internet you may call 905-701-2065 or 905-536-0084 for more information. All bids to be in Canadian funds in minimum $100 increments. The successful bidder will have 15 days to submit payment in full or the breeding will revert to the second highest bidder. Breeding arrangements will be made directly by the successful bidder with the respective breeding agent and will be subject to any terms and conditions that may apply. There is a live foal guarantee. Bids will be updated and posted each evening by 10:00 p.m. and every hour throughout the final day. Check back regularly to see if your bid is tops! The successful bid will be the highest one received for each stallion by their respective closing time on the final day.

Special thanks to Seelster Farms for their donation of a breeding service to Pegasus Spur and Winbak Farm of Canada for Mutineer. The CRHA is extremely grateful for their continued generosity and support of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the CRHA.

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