NYCHA Trainer Benefit Auction Terms
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NYCHA Trainer Auction shall be governed by the following Terms and
The National Youth Cutting Horse Association’s Trainer Auction
Program was established as a fundraiser to help ensure the growth
and progress of the NYCHA and it’s programs.
services are donated to the NYCHA and the donated services will be
offered for sale through the NYCHA Trainer Auction Program. Trainers
MUST be a member in good standing with a trainer status. Information
on trainer will be published on NYCHA’s webpage, in the July Cutting
Horse Chatter, NCHA E-News and our Facebook page.
the Trainer Service Program Contract.
As a condition of this contract the Trainer must agree to the
• Offer the listed hours of lessons solely between the trainer
• Provide stalling of the trainee’s horse if
• Provide NYCHA with a list of services you will
provide and uphold these promises (see page 2 for list)
the session has been sold, NYCHA will notify the trainer. The
contact number for the trainer will be given to the
Trainee/purchaser. NYCHA is NOT responsible for booking dates or any
additional fees associated with this donation.
• Purchaser must register in order to place a bid online. Click here to register.
• Purchasers may submit bids on any number of trainers.
Purchaser is responsible for providing their own horse, feed and
accommodations for themselves. Stall will be provided if an
overnight stay is included.
• Training sessions are not
transferable and may not be resold.
starts at: 1 day training $250
• Bids will
increase in $50 increments
• Bids are
binding and may not be retracted once submitted
• The winning
bidder for each training session must submit a check made out to
NYCHA or pay by Credit Card within 5 days of the auction close date
of July 24, 2015
• The training
session does NOT include any accommodations or travel expenses
unless offered by Trainer
• Any carryover
to future year is at the sole discretion of the trainer donating
The purpose of
the program is to provide funds for scholarships, awards, prizes and
other activities to promote and encourage participation in cutting
by NYCHA members. In view of this purpose, there will be no refund
of winning bids for any reason. After the bidding has been
completed, any transactions dealing with the training session will
be solely between the trainer and purchaser/trainee. It will in no
way involve NCHA or NYCHA. Submitting a contract indicates
acceptance of the foregoing
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National Cutting Horse
Association, 260 Bailey Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone: (817) 244-6188, Fax: (817) 244-2015