NYCHA Trainer Benefit Auction Terms
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NYCHA Trainer Auction shall be governed by the following Terms and
Bidder/Purchaser (Trainee) conditions:
Purchaser (trainee) must register in order to place a bid online.
Click here to register.
Persons may submit a bid on any number of trainers
Bidding is open to all NCHA members or Non members.
The person purchasing the 2 training/lessons sessions is responsible for providing their
own personal horse, feed, and accommodations for themselves, a stall will be
provided for the horse
Training sessions purchased through the NYCHA trainer auction are not
transferrable and may not be re-sold by the purchaser.
2 days of lessons (hours of each day of lessons will be solely between the
trainer and trainee).
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Provide stalling of trainees personal horse
Once the donated training sessions have been sold, the NYCHA will notify the
trainer. The contact name and phone number of the trainer will be given to the
purchaser and/or trainee. Training arrangements will be made between donor
(trainer) and purchaser (trainee). NYCHA is not responsible for booking dates or
any additional fees associated with this donation.
Minimum bid starts at $250.00
Bids will increase in increments of $100.00
Bids are binding and may not be retracted once submitted
The winning bidder for each training/lesson session must submit a check made out to
the NYCHA or pay by credit card within
5 working days of the auction close date.
The 2 training/lessons session does not include accommodations for person purchasing
session or any travel expenses
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National Cutting Horse
Association, 260 Bailey Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone: (817) 244-6188, Fax: (817) 244-2015