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Canadian Hanoverian Society’s 2017 Stallion Service Auction – Buy NOW

Canadian Hanoverian Society’s 2017 Stallion Service Auction – Second Round!
Once again we have a terrific Lineup – thanks to our generous Stallion Owners here in Canada – and also in the USA and Celle Germany:



List of available stallions (second round):

  1. Breeder’s Choice – Dauphin or Schwarzenegger (donation of Aileron Stables)
  2. Breeder’s Choice – Dannebrog or Harvard (donation of Pangaea Farms)
  3. Dreamscape Farm Offering – details tbc
  4. Don Index (donation from Celle)
  5. Fabregas (donation of Parkwood Stables)
  6. Finnigan (donation from Celle)
  7. Grandom (donation of North Spring Acres)
  8. Royal Blend (donation of Sigma Warmbloods)
  9. Sea Lion xx (donation of Ruffian Stables)
  10. Sir Wanabi (donation of Laprise Stables)
  11. Supremat OLD (donation of Dawn Chamarro)
  12. Toronto (donation of Avalon Equine and Sheila Armstrong)
  13. Viscount (donation of Celle)
  14. Viva Voltaire (donation of Charlot Farms)
  15. Waterford (donation of Lynn McEnespy)

The Auction Link – Second Round:
(also accessible through the CHS Facebook page)

This auction is open to ALL NA breeders – regardless of their mares’ registries, and again includes and Booking Fees and 1st Collection Fees in the Winning Bid.


  • First Round of bidding starts on February 1, 2017 at 8:00 am and closes on February 5, 2017 at 8:00 pm.
  • Second Round starts Wednesday, Feb. 8th and closes Saturday, Feb. 11th and includes “buy-now” pricing at $500 per LFG contract, or further reduced fee for frozen semen, by the dose, no LFG. Only those stallions that do no have a successful bidder in the first round will progress to round two.
  • Payment is by Visa, Mastercard, or PayPal, and is due with 48 hours of auction close.

How do I Bid? 
– Register as a bidder
– Review the stallion listings and make your selections.
– Review the Terms and Conditions of each stallion prior to bidding, and also review the Breeding Contract – usually accessible from the stallion’s webpage
– You may contact the Stallion Owners with specific questions.
– Place your bid. Check back frequently. Bid increments are set to $25.

A big shout out to the Auction Managers Andrea Philips and Tammy Lavasseur (with guidance from Kathleen Sulz), who have been working tirelessly for months. Thank you!

Good luck with your bids – and best wishes for the up-coming breeding and foaling season.



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