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Su Valley Appaloosas
P.O.Box 877448
Wasilla, Alaska 99687
(907) 357-0542

Stallion Contract

This STALLION BREEDING CONTRACT is for the 2001 breeding season, is made and entered into on this ______________ day of _______________, 2001 between Tiani Heider, hereinafter designated Breeder, and ___________________________________, hereinafter designated Mare Owner. Mare Owner agrees to breed the mare _______________________________, Reg. No._________________________ to the stallion Sully Diamonddust, ApHC Reg. # 502086 for the fee of $________________, for a live foal, subject to the following conditions:

  1. The stallion fee includes a non-refundable booking fee of $200.00, payable with this contract, the balance of which must be paid with all other expenses when the mare is picked up, unless other arrangements have been made in advance.
  2. The Mare Owner shall agree that each mare offered for breeding shall be in sound breeding condition and free from infection or disease.
  3. Mare Owner will submit the completed Reproductive History Questionnaire and a copy of the mare's registration papers (both sides) with a signed copy of this contract. Mare Owner shall also supply a copy of the mare's current negative Coggins report, worming and immunization record.
  4. The Breeder agrees to diligently try to settle the above named mare, and shall have sole discretion of determining the best method of breeding such mare. If, however, the mare does not settle, the Breeder shall be held harmless. Mare Owner agrees to give Breeder ample opportunity to settle mare and not remove the mare before the end of her estrus cycle. There will be no guarantee of a live foal for any mare not being checked as "safe in foal" by a licensed veterinarian.
  5. Live Foal Guarantee. Live foal means the foal shall stand and nurse. It is understood if the mare proves barren, aborts her foal, or if the foal is stillborn, a return season will be guaranteed for the 2002 breeding season only, providing notification is given. Proper notification shall be defined as follows: Written certification from a licensed veterinarian within seven days that the mare has slipped or produced a non-viable foal. Mare Owner certifies that such abortion or death did not result from any act or omission of the Mare Owner's subsequent to the mare being determined "safe in foal" by a licensed veterinarian. Booster rhinopneumonitis vaccinations must be administered as indicated by the drug manufacturer as the mare progresses through her pregnancy. Failure to do this will void live foal guarantee.
  6. The breeding season in force for this contract shall begin February 15, 2001, and close August 31st, 2001.
  7. A "Breeder's Certificate" will be issued for the foal, conceived by this mating, when stallion fee and all other expenses have been paid in full.
  8. Both parties agree that the Breeder, their agents or employees are not liable for death, sickness and/or accident including consequential damages caused to the mare and/or foal, unless such death, sickness and/or accident was by the willful and wanton negligence of the Breeder: and Mare Owner is not liable for the death, sickness, and/or accident including consequential damages to the stallion.
  9. It is further agreed that should the stallion die, be sold by the owner, or become unfit for service prior to settling the mare, that the service fee will be refunded less the booking fee, thereby canceling this entire contract; or, if mare dies or becomes unfit to breed before being pronounced safe in foal, the Breeder has the option to either (a) accept another mare as replacement or (b) refund whatever fee has been paid, less booking fee and all other expenses; thereby canceling this contract.
  10. This contract is non-assignable, and non-transferable
  11. This contract represents the entire agreement between the parties. No other agreements, promises, verbal or implied, are included unless specifically stated in this written contract.
  12. Each party should individually initial any additional conditions listed as follows: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  13. When Mare Owner and Breeder sign this contract, it will then be binding on both parties, subject to the above terms and conditions.

Read, agreed to and signed this _____________ day of _______________, 2001.

Mare Owner:___________________________________________________
Contact info:____________________________________________________
Stallion Owner:__________________________________________________

Su Valley Appaloosas

Mare Name _______________________________________________
Year of birth_______________________________________________
Reproductive status _____________Maiden (never been bred)
_____________In foal
_____________Foal at side
_____________If in foal, last breeding date

  1. How many foals has this mare had? _______
  2. If the mare is open, when was she last bred?______________
  3. Has this mare ever been treated for a uterine infection? _____________
    If so, what type? ______________Streptococcus
    ______________E. Coli

  4. Has she ever had a uterine biopsy? __________ If so please provide copies of biopsy reports.
  5. Has the mare ever conceived a twin? ____________
  6. Has the mare ever aborted a pregnancy? __________If so, what month of gestation?_________
  7. Has this mare ever been diagnosed as or treated as progesterone deficient? __________
  8. Does this mare readily show signs of estrus (tease) when she is in "heat"? ___________
  9. As far as you know, does this mare display normal 21 day estrus cycles? ____________
  10. Please advise us of any other pertinent information regarding your mare's reproductive history:_________________________________________________________________
Signed _______________________________ Date ______________________ Mare Owner

Su Valley Appaloosas
Breeding Checklist

This checklist is intended to serve as a summary of Mare Owner's responsibilities.
  1. The stud fee for Sully Diamonddust is _____________. The non refundable booking fee of $200.00 is due with the signed breeding contract. Mare Owners should book early.
  2. A copy of the mare's registration papers (both sides) must also be included with the signed contract along with the completed reproductive questionnaire.
  3. A copy of the mare's health records must be provided.
  4. A copy of the mare's current (within 6 months) negative Coggins must be supplied.
  5. The mare must be halter broke.
  6. The mare must be barefoot on both hind feet.
  7. Balance of the stud fee $____________, is due when the mare is picked up. All expenses incurred on behalf of the mare must be paid in full prior to removing the mare from the premises.
  8. Live foal guarantee. If the mare does not produce a live foal in 2002, a rebreed will be allowed for the same mare, or approved substitute mare for the 2002 season only. Live foal guarantee is subject to the terms of the breeding contract and the live foal guarantee checklist.
  9. If the mare owner is unfamiliar with mare's reproductive history, mare owner may substitute a complete breeding examination report from a licensed veterinarian. This report will include a uterine culture.
  10. The daily mare care boarding fee charged by the Breeder is your responsibility. Arrangements should be made well in advance of the mare's anticipated estrus cycle.
  11. It is the mare owner's responsibility to provide needed or recommended veterinary and/or farrier services. If the mare owner is unable to be present during examinations or procedures, Breeder will arrange such treatment at mare owner's expense.
  12. Mare Owners who choose to bring the mare to the stallion during estrus and leave immediately after breeding, are subject to a facilities use charge. The entire stud fee is due in full at the time of the first attempted breeding, regardless of outcome.

Su Valley Appaloosas
Live Foal Guarantee Checklist

In order for the Live Foal Guarantee to be valid, the following checklist is provided as a guide

  1. Mare must be checked by a licensed veterinarian (ultrasound, palpation) and pronounced "safe in foal" within 45 days.
  2. A copy of the veterinarian's report must be supplied to the breeder, which states that the mare is "safe in foal". Failure to provide a copy of this report to the Breeder voids your Live Foal Guarantee.
  3. Mare Owner is required to provide booster rhinopneumonitis vaccinations throughout the course of the pregnancy as the drug manufacturer indicates. Failure to provide such vaccinations voids your live foal guarantee.
  4. Mare Owner is required to provide sufficient nutritious and wholesome feed as the mare needs to maintain good physical health. This should include a supplemental product during the last trimester designed to meet your mare's increasing nutritional demands.
  5. It is strongly suggested that the Mare Owner provide adequate and safe foaling accommodations. Failure to provide safe and sanitary conditions for foaling will void your live foal guarantee (i.e., mare foals on snow, mud, etc.)
  6. Mare Owner is required to have a licensed veterinarian examine the foal within 24 hours of birth.

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