Calgary, Alberta – The Canadian Warmblood Fall Classic Breeders’ Sale organizers are proud to announce the 2016 Sale will remain at the Red Deer Agricentre Westerner Park4847A-19 Street. The sale’s date is October 7-9 2016.
In 2015, this prestigious event sold 36 horses with an average price of $10,270.83. Ten horses sold out of province or out of country, more than 50% sold for over $10,000, and the highest price was $27,000. Brood mares, two year olds, prospects under saddle, and performance horses sold at higher than average sales price.
The Canadian advantage includes a well-established horse industry with respected and experienced breeders, trainers and competitors enjoying success domestically and internationally. Canada is well suited to raising strong, athletic horses, Canadian warmblood horses are high quality and competitively priced. Currency exchange rates and geographic location gives U.S. buyers a tremendous incentive to visit the sale.
The Canadian Warmblood Horse Breeders’ Association is modeled on European Societies and offers old world European blood lines and new world vitality. The breed emphasizes refinement and rideability to produce athletic horses that meet the needs of amateur and professional riders in North America.
Canadian Warmbloods carry all the important European bloodlines. Pioneer breeders began importing breeding stock in the 1970s. In 1988 Canada’s Warmblood registry was established and since then, stallions and brood mares from every major bloodline in Europe have been imported to improve the quality and versatility of the Canadian-bred Rooted in a dream, growing through steadfast dedication, breeders and consignors continually increase the quality and training offered; they are truly developing performance stock.
For more information, please contact:
Sale Chairperson – Jennette Coote Ph: (403) 556-8046
Sale Office: (403) 630-2551