3 Y E A R O L D B AY A Q H A M A R E Dahlia is a big beautiful, versatile, bay mare that was born and raised at Feather River College.
She is very stocky and would make a great roping and ranch horse.
Dahlia has a big hip, strong bones, good overall conformation and great feet; she’s built to last.
She has a soft eye, a calm demeanor and is willing to please with a lot of “try”.
She is great to ride both in a snaffle and a halter.
Dahlia is a good mover and uses her body well in all of the maneuvers and exercises we do in class.
She really keeps her eye on the flag and shows great potential on a cow.
Take a look at Dahlia and she will really wow ya’! About the Rider: Mike will graduate this year from Feather River College with an associate degree in Horse training and ranch skills.
He then plans on earning a degree in Agriculture business.
Mike has been riding horses his whole life and had the opportunity to perform some ranch work as a kid on a ranch outside of Lovelock, Nevada. “I want to have a career as a horse trainer and my dream is to train horses and take them to the snaffle bit futurity and win.” FRC Smokum Jane 3 YEAR OLD SORREL AQHA MARE “Jane,” is a three-year old sorrel filly that was born and raised at Feather River College.
She is incredibly talented and has the personality to match.
This is a horse that can go down the rail in a pleasure class, pick her way through an arena trail pattern, or speed up and make great rundowns and fast/slow transitions for reining.
She also has a ton of cow and has worked with several different cutting trainers.
Jane has been trailered up and down the state, loves the clippers and will stand patiently for all kinds of grooming.
Jane would definitely be a competitor in the pleasure/all-around, reining, reined cow horse, and cutting arenas.
She has the talent and capability to excel at any challenge you put in front of her. About the Rider: Anna is from Willows, CA and has been attending FRC since summer of 2011.
She grew up riding horses in 4H, training and showing in a variety of disciplines, and now enjoys showing and working with western pleasure/ all around horses.
After obtaining her AS Degree in Equine Studies with a concentration in Horse Training, she plans to continue showing, working and gaining experience with pleasure horse trainers. FRC Sweet Sun Olena 3 YEAR OLD SORREL AQHA MARE This horse will be sure to brighten your day the moment you ride her! “Sunny” is three-year old sorrel mare that was born and raised here at FRC.
She is very personable and wants to go to work for you.
She has been to the beach, ridden in a halter bareback on trails, roped off of, and worked cows.
She is super athletic and really digs in the ground when she stops.
Sunny is a wonderful horse for anyone! Put her to work and she will put 110% into everything she does! About the Rider: Susannah Campbell Susannah came to FRC for the summer ranch skills class and enjoyed it so much decided to stay for the fall semester.
Susannah will graduate Spring of 2013 with a double major in Agriculture and Equine Studies.
She then hopes to transfer to Colorado state or Cal Poly SLO and eventually become an equine surgeon. “During the summer ranch class, I met some wonderful people that I have made lifelong friendships with, and learned horse skills that I will use forever.” FRC Vintage River 3 YEAR OLD SORREL AQHA GELDING “Vinny” is a three-year old gelding that was born and raised at Feather River College.
He has great conformation and a pretty face.
He’s got a nice walk, springy trot and smooth, comfortable lope making him a pleasure to ride.
Vinny is confident and curious while still mellow, loving and playful.
He doesn’t mind ropes, has worked the flag, and been around cattle.
He stands when getting clipped and is good for the shoer.
Vinny does well inside and outside the arena both with and without other horses.
He has the potential to be anything you want him to be and is ready to do anything you want him to do.
Vinny would make a great allaround ranch horse, rope horse, or working cow horse. About the Rider: Dana Beckner Dana is a double major at FRC majoring in Horse Training and Ranch Skills and will graduate in Spring 2013.
She has been working with horses since she was 7 years old and started her first filly when she was 11.
Dana is a level 3 student in the Parelli Natural Horsemanship program.
Dana started FRC in July 2011 and earned a certificate in the Summer 2011 Ranch Skills Summer Course. FRC Zan Par Three 7 YEAR OLD SORREL AQHA GELDING Zanny is a nice, quiet seven-year old gelding that has been around the block.
He was born, raised, and trained at Feather River College.
Zanny has worked on a ranch for the last four years so he is ready to jump right in to whatever job you have.
Zanny is good for anyone to ride both in and out of the arena. About the Rider: Hickory Hard Twist 4 YEAR OLD SORREL AQHA GELDING Twist is a four year old sorrel gelding that has a lot of try.
He has a quick walk and is always paying attention.
He is a smooth mover and does not need much to get his feet going.
He knows how to walk when he’s outside and will stay on his feet in steep, rocky, uneven terrain.
Twist is a smart horse that picks up on things fast.
He will make a nice ranch horse and can do any job you have for him in or out of the arena.
He is a nice all-around horse that is ready for anyone that is ready to take their horseback riding experiences to the next level. — Peppys Highbrow Dun 3 YEAR OLD RED DUN AQHA GELDING “Peppy” is an amazing three-year old red dun gelding.
He is a compact, stocky, quick little horse with lots of athletic ability.
Peppy listens to your seat and has a really nice stop! He is a natural when it comes to cow work.
Check out his pedigree! He is bred to be great in the cutting or reining arena.
If you give him the opportunity, Peppy will not let you down.
He puts 100% into everything he does! He is full of potential and could be your next performance horse champion! If you want to add a little “Pep” to your barn then Peppy is definitely the horse for you! About the Rider: Matt Olson Matt is a first year student at FRC who is working towards his Associates degree in Equine Studies with an emphasis in horse training, which he will complete by spring of 2013. “I chose FRC because I found they have a very nice horse program and after my schooling from FRC I hope to start my own business of training horses.” SRC Bay Chicksmemory 4 Y E A R O L D B AY A Q H A M A R E Bo Peep is an athletic four-year old filly with a great disposition and solid foundation.
She is soft on your hands and has nice smooth gaits.
She is comfortable with ropes, hobbles, cows, water crossings and she opens and closes gates with ease.
She stops from your seat and moves off your leg making her easy to ride.
Bo Peep shows a lot of interest in cows and has a lot of natural talent that will help her succeed in any performance arena.
She has a great personality and is eager to please.
If you are looking for a horse that is ready to go to work then don’t look any further than Bo Peep! About the Rider: Scott Cyrus Scott is a second year part time FRC student. “My goal at FRC is to gain a solid foundation in riding, packing and training skills.
What I enjoy most about FRC is being exposed to talented horsemen, various riding and training techniques and the philosophy that underlies it all.
The instructors work very hard and students really support one another to help get everyone better.
It’s an awesome learning environment.” Uno Frosty Baby 3 Y E A R O L D B AY A Q H A M A R E Frosty is a three-year old bay mare, that was donated to the school last fall.
She is a quick learner and already has great roll backs, nice stops, and much more.
She has a lot of speed and would make a great gymkhana or barrel horse prospect.
She has been roped off of, ridden bridle-less, loaded into various trailers, bathed, clipped and is great for the horseshoer.
Frosty has been used to run horses in from the pastures while bareback and loves her trail rides.
This is a great little horse that is easy to get along with and will never disappoint you! About the Rider: KT Smith KT came from Reno, NV, to earn her Equine Studies and Business degrees at FRC.
She started out doing western riding then switched to English and show jumping, which she has done ever since. “I have trained many horses to jump, and only a couple to western trail rides nothing like this up here at FRC.
I came here to get a new outlook on how to train horses”. SALE TERMS AND CONDITIONS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!! Prospective Buyers: All purchases through this sale are bound to the terms and conditions set forth herein, whether buyer has read them or not.
Please take the time to read and become familiar with them, and be aware that all transactions in this sale are governed by these terms and conditions.
The failure of any buyer to comply with the terms and conditions set forth here will constitute default by the buyer. 1.
All horses are offered for sale according to the laws of the State of California.
There is no representation or warranty expressed or implied by the Auctioneer, Eric Duarte, as to soundness or fitness for any particular purpose of any horse offered in this sale.
Feather River College Foundation is the responsible party for all representations or warranties concerning the condition of any horse. 2.
Feather River College Foundation will have a pre-purchase exam performed on the sale horses within five days of the sale.
At this time, a veterinarian will issue a certificate of soundness and health as of the date of the examination.
This certificate of soundness and health will be in lieu of a sifting committee the day of the sale.
At the discretion of Feather River College Foundation management, horses that are not healthy or sound on sale day will be pulled from the sale.
Buyers have the right and are encouraged to have a veterinarian of their choice examine any horse offered in the auction.
Purchasers of horses in this sale acknowledge that they have had the opportunity to thoroughly examine by veterinarian or otherwise each horse that they have purchased and hereby accept any horse they purchase with all defects and conditions except those that are specifically warranted in these conditions by announcements from the auction stand.
Additional veterinarian assistance (except for the initial evaluation conducted by Feather River College Foundation) will be at the buyer’s expense.
Be sure to EXAMINE HORSES PRIOR TO PURCHASING.
All horses have been Coggin’s tested and found NEGATIVE within 60 days of the sale date.
Coggin’s papers will be given at the completion of the auction when horse(s) are paid for. 3.
Effort has been made to assure correctness of this catalog.
However, Feather River College Foundation and auctioneers will not assume responsibility for errors or omissions.
Announcements in the ring take precedence over printed information.
PAY CLOSE ATTTENTION TO THE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Buyer is bound by all announcements from the auctioneer stand at the commencement of the sale and at the time of sale of each individual horse. 4.
The highest bidder is to be the buyer.
If a dispute should arise between bidders, the disputed horse will immediately be put up for bid again.
In any dispute, the auctioneer has sole authority to settle the dispute and his decision is final.
Feather River College Foundation reserves the right to waive the sale of a horse BEFORE it leaves the ring. 5.
Feather River College Foundation is the responsible party for all representations or warranties, expressed or implied concerning the condition of any horse and buyers should satisfy themselves concerning the condition of any horse they purchase.
Except as otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, of each animal represents and warrants to the buyer the following: 1.
Title of the animal, free from all adverse claims to ownership, use or possession. 2.
The animal is sound of eyes and wind. 3.
The animal is or has not been nerved, been foundered or any other pre-existing condition.
If any of these conditions are announced, Feather River College Foundations is held harmless for the condition. 6.
Title to and the risk of loss passes to the buyer when the horse is announced “sold” by the auctioneer.
All buyers will fill out and sign an acknowledgement of purchase brought to them by the ticket runner.
Immediately after the horse is sold, it will be the sole risk and responsibility of the buyer.
Effective from the time of purchase, the buyer assumes responsibility for the maintenance and care of the animal.
The buyer further agrees to indemnify and hold Feather River College Foundation harmless from all loss, cost and expense arising from illness, injury or death of such animal, or loss or damage to property, and injury or death of persons, caused by the buyer, the buyer’s agents or employees, or by the animal, subsequent to the time of purchase.
NO HORSE WILL LEAVE UNTIL FINAL SETTLEMENT HAS BEEN MADE. 7.
In the event a dispute should arise as to a particular defect which should have been, but was not announced as described above, the buyer has the right to have a veterinarian examine the purchased horse to determine if the horse suffers from the defect.
This examination is to be made and Feather River College is to be notified be- fore the registration papers are mailed on June 15, 2012.
If the purchaser’s veterinarian determines the horse to have alleged defect, Feather River College Foundation shall appoint a veterinarian of its choice to determine if the horse has the defect(s) and if the defect was present at time of sale.
His or her decision will be final.
And purchaser assumes all costs of examination and treatment.
If the veterinarian determines that the defect was present at the time of the sale and it was not announced, the sale of said horse shall be null and void.
If the horse is determined by the Feather River College Foundation veterinarian not to have the alleged defect, the sale of said horse is valid and enforceable 8.
If the buyer rightfully rejects the animal in the manner stated in #7, the animal will be returned by the buyer to Feather River College Foundation and the full purchase price, with the exclusion of sales tax and credit card fees when applicable, of the animal will be refunded. 9.
When a horse is sold, the buyer shall sign the Acknowledgment of Purchase which will be brought to him or her.
Title passes when the buyer signs this Acknowledgment.
Name and address MUST BE LEGIBLE and complete and MUST BE FILLED IN EACH TIME A HORSE IS BOUGHT.
This acknowledgment is to be filled out exactly as the purchaser wants it registered.
We will not be responsible for errors on transfer, if the acknowledgment is not properly and clearly filled out. 10.
Terms for this sale are cash, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.
Payment in full must be made to the cashier immediately after the sale on May 19, 2012.
Method of payment shall be cash, cashier’s check, traveler’s checks, personal check (with two forms of identification), or Visa/MasterCard/Discover.
There is an office fee of 3% of the final purchase.
This 3% office fee will be waived on sales paid by cash, cashier’s check, traveler’s check, or personal check.
All payments must be made to Feather River College Foundation.
All “returned” or insufficient fund checks will be immediately turned over to the District Attorney and charges will be filed.
All court costs, filing fees, expenses of collection (including reasonable attorney fees) and all expenses of insuring maintaining, transporting or reselling any animal incurred by the consignor or Feather River College Foundation, arising from buyer default, will be paid by the buyer. 11.
All registration papers will be held until checks clear the bank.
At approximately 30 days from the date of the sale, on June 15, 2012, the registration papers, along with transfer certificates, will be mailed to the buyer.
ALL BUYERS WILL BE CHARGED THE CURRENT RATE OF SALES TAX ON ANY PURCHASE UNLESS A TAX NUMBER IS GIVEN AND THE PROPER FORM IS FILLED OUT AT THE OFFICE.
Persons not having a current membership can purchase one directly from AQHA or APHA. 12.
Upon receiving payment for a horse, the cashier will issue an order to obtain delivery.
Buyers must make arrangements for care of stock until it can be removed.
Buyers may board their purchased horse at Feather River College until delivery arrangements are made at the cost of $10.00 per day. 13.
Buyers and spectators are cautioned to be careful while on the grounds, particularly while horses are being shown or sold in the sale ring.
All persons attending the sale do so at their own risk.
According to the laws of the State of California, neither the owners nor any other person connected with this sale assume any liability, legal or otherwise, for accidents to persons or property, before, during, or after the sale. 14.
Feather River College sale horses are utilized in our college program and courses by our students.
Instructors do not train these horses; however, they teach, mentor and supervise the students and the progress of the horses’ training.
The quality and extent of the horses’ training is a reflection of the individual student’s abilities, efforts, and experiences.
Feather River College does not state or imply that these horses are from a training facility or trained by professionals.
Please thoroughly inspect horses before you purchase.
Prospective buyers or visitors are always welcome to preview sale horses at Feather River College Equine Facility before the day of the sale. 15.
Descriptions of sale horses in the catalog or in person were said or written by students and are based on their opinions and experiences with the horses.
Opinions and actions of Feather River College students do not necessarily reflect those expressed by Feather River College Foundation.
These statements do not imply any guarantees or warranties on the sale horses by Feather River College Foundation, Feather River College or its faculty and staff.
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