2018 AQHA Best of the Remuda Sale

1. All horses are offered for sale according to the laws of the State of Texas. Each animal will be sold to the highest bidder; however, the right to bid and/or repurchase the horse is reserved by all consignor sellers. 2. ALLHORSESARESOLDWITHCLEARTITLE,BUTARE OTHERWISEBEINGSOLD“AS IS”,“WITHALLFAULTS” WITHNOEXPRESSOR IMPLIEDWARRANTIESOFANY KINDASTOSOUNDNESSORCONDITION,UNLESS ANEXPRESSANNOUNCEMENTTOTHECONTRARY ISMADEFROMTHEAUCTIONBLOCKONBEHALFOF THECONSIGNORSELLER. POTENTIALBUYERSARE URGEDTOCAREFULLYEXAMINEANYHORSEANDTO CONDUCTANYEXAMINATIONSTHATAREDESIRED ORDEEMEDNECESSARYPRIORTOPURCHASE. 3. Any buyer right of recourse is only directly to the seller and not through the sale management. Sale management, auctioneers and their employees do not act as agents for or represent any buyer or seller and do not assume any liability for either the buyer or the seller. 4. The highest bidder is to be the buyer. If any dispute arises between or among two or more bidders, the auctioneer has sole authority to settle the dispute. The auctioneer’s decisions shall be final. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 5. Terms of the sale are cash, and payment in full must be made to the cashier during or immediately after the sale. Payment must be in the form of cash, cashier’s check or personal check (U.S. currency only). Proper identification is required on all checks. 6. Title passes to the buyer at the final fall of the auctioneer’s gavel declaring the animal sold. At such time, buyer assumes all risk of loss and the responsibility , maintenance, care and expenses of the horse. 7. Individual state health requirements should be considered by bidders before purchasing. Horses are offered with an original or copy of a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within 30 days and a proof of a negative Coggins Test within the last six months. 8. Best efforts have been made to avoid errors in the sale catalog; however, the sale management is not responsible for any errors or omissions. Thursday, January 11 AQHA RANCHING HERITAGE CHALLENGE 8 AM, JOHN JUSTIN ARENA Exhibitors will test their Ranch-bred horses against their contemporaries in a class that shows off their reining, roping and cow-handling abilities. AQHA VERSATILITY RANCH HORSE CLASS JOHN JUSTIN ARENA Featuring events that showcase the athletic and do-it-all abilities of working ranch horses.  Ranch Cutting Classes  Friday, January 12 AQHA VERSATILITY RANCH HORSE CLASS 8 AM, JOHN JUSTIN ARENA & WILL ROGERS COLISEUM  Ranch Cow Work, Ranch Reining, Ranch Riding, Ranch Trail, Ranch Conformation  BEST OF THE WEST INVITATIONAL RANCH RODEO 7:30 PM, WILL ROGERS COLISEUM Catch this crowd favorite! Watch top cowboys from the leading beef cattle ranches compete as teams in contests based on regular ranching chores. Saturday, January 13 AQHA RANCH HORSE RIDING CLASSES 8 AM, WILL ROGERS COLISEUM The fundamentals of the well-broke ranch horse are highlighted in this class requiring the horse and rider to exhibit the aptitude and versatility required in everyday tasks required on a ranch. FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW & RODEO HERITAGE SALE, FEATURING THE AQHA BEST OF THE REMUDA SALE & 62 ND ANNUAL SELECT BREEDERS QUARTER HORSE SALE 12 NOON, JOHN JUSTIN ARENA BEST OF THE WEST INVITATIONAL RANCH RODEO 7:30 PM, WILL ROGERS COLISEUM Don’t miss night two of this action packed event! Be on hand to see which outfit claims the championship! Sunday, January 14 INVITATIONAL RANCH HORSE SHOW & SALE 1 PM, WILL ROGERS COLISEUM The most respected ranch horse show and sale in the business. See top geldings compete and then offered at public auction. AQHA 2018 TERMS & CONDITIONS RANCHING HERITAGE WEEKEND EVENTS 2

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