2023 STALLION SERVICE AUCTION
Bids can be accepted by phone, in person, or on Website.
Bidders will need to register when placing a bid on website.
Winning bidders on website will have 24 hours to contact O.A.R. after the auction ends to setup payment method at 918-812-4016 or go to Contacts page for other information.
All checks should be mailed to PO BOX 219, Ramona Ok 74061, make checks payable to O. A. R.
Bidding will end at 7:00 PM (central standard time) January 23, 2023
Any stallions that are not sold will remain available on a first come first serve basis for the minimum bid until April 1, 2023.
Terms of the sale are payments in full or 40% down at the time of sale. Balance of 60% must be paid in 30 days!
Any service payment is not received on time will be offered to the second highest bidder first then placed back up for auction if second high bidder is no longer interested. Failure to pay in full at the end of 30 days will result in forfeiture of any portion already paid. The service may be resold and not honored by the stallion owner.
The minimum bid shall be $300 unless a stallion owner sets it at a different amount. Funds raised will be used as added money to purses and for the promotion of Paint and Appaloosa Races conducted in Oklahoma. When bidding on any stallion service please read each ad carefully because most are open to all breeds while others have breed restrictions for the donated service. And of course you cannot breed an ApHC (Appaloosa) to a APHA (Paint).
OAR assumes no responsibility for any other business conducted between stallion owner and successful bidder. All fees associated with collection, boarding, mare care, cooled or frozen semen, farm costs and veterinary costs are between the successful bidder and stallion farm.
Any extra ApHC Association fees incurred by non-appaloosa stallion owners are to be paid by the mare owner purchasing the service.
Phone Bidders Call Michael 918-812-4016 or Jaque 405-630-8162.
Thank you for your interest and supporting Oklahoma Appaloosa Racing in their efforts to rebuild the industry for Race bred Appaloosa horses.