Sugar Bars Legacy Sale​​

Terms​​
1.          Once a horse enters the sale arena, it will be sold to the highest bidder.

2.          ALL sales are for CASH, approved check in US FUNDS and we will accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover &                American Express (an additional 4% convenience fee added per transaction.)  Horses must be paid for              in full before receiving delivery of the horse. These horses are being sold according to the Laws of the                State of Wyoming and will be strictly enforced.  A 10% collection fee will be charged on bad checks.

3.          The buyer will be responsible for paying the sale clerk the $20 transfer fee per registered horse                          purchased through the Sugar Bars Legacy Horse Sale.  Buyer is also responsible for paying- brand                      inspection fees & health inspection fees for each horse purchased.  All fees will be collected by sale                    clerk.

4.          Registration papers and transfers will be withheld until the checks clear the bank. At such time, papers              and transfers will be mailed to the appropriate registry by Sugars Legacy Sale Association sale                            management.  Workloads at the breed registry’s (AQHA, APHA) can be extremely high at this time of                  year and it may take several weeks or a month or more before final processing.

5.          All consigned weanlings will be weaned prior to the sale and they will be halter broke.  No wet mares                will be sold. 

6.          ALL sellers will provide a halter and lead rope with each horse sold.

7.          The auctioneer has complete charge of the sale in case of a dispute in the bidding; his decision will be
             final.

8.          Footnotes in this catalog are official records of horses as provided by AQHA. Every effort has been
             made to insure correctness of pedigree names, numbers and Official Records. Any known corrections
             will be made at sale time.

9.          A Wyoming Veterinarian and Wyoming State Brand Inspector will be at the sale to assist buyers.

10.        Owner's (Consigner) must declare any health and soundness issues prior to the sale of a horse. 
             Owner's warrant each horse to be sound & healthy with the exception of obscure blemishes or
             defects.

11.        Sale personnel and auctioneer do not act as agents for or represent either buyer or seller, but merely              provide a medium for bringing together buyer and seller for the purpose of sale transactions. Sugar                  Bars Legacy Sale or the Sheridan County Fairgrounds assume no liability for defects in the quality,                      soundness or condition of the horses WHATSOEVER.

12.       HORSES BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE BUYER WHEN SOLD BY THE AUCTIONEER AND THE BUYER                    ASSUMES THE RESPONSIBILITY, RISK AND EXPENSE FROM THIS TIME FORWARD.

13.        Buyers are strongly encouraged to carefully inspect the horses before bidding. There are no further                   guarantees unless specified by seller.

14.         ALL horses sell with a negative coggins test and current health papers. Other inoculations will be at  
               the discretion of the seller.

15.         Anyone attending the sale will do so at his or her own risk. Sugar Bars Legacy Sale personnel or
              Sheridan County Fairgrounds will not be responsible for death or injury to people or animals.

16.         Horses will be sold in catalog order unless otherwise specified.

17.         Broodmares are guaranteed to have been exposed to specified stallions. No guarantee of pregnancy
               status or eventual foaling is made unless made specifically by the seller. No return privileges or live
               foal guarantees accompany mares unless stated by consignor with proof in writing issued by stallion
               owner.

18.         UPON LEAVING THE GROUNDS, HORSES MUST HAVE A RELEASE FROM THE SALE CLERK!!!

19.         If a consignment is accepted and placed in the catalog, the consignment fee is non-refundable.  The
              SBLSA reserves the right to turn away an approved consignment up until and through the sale.

20.        Sugar Bar bred consignments are within 6th generation of Sugar Bars decent.  The SBLSA are allowing
             some non-Sugar Bars bred consignments of riding horses this year.  Non-Sugar Bars bred horses will
             be sold after the consigned Sugar Bar bred horses.  All registration papers will be the seller's
             responsibility and papers must be filed with the AQHA prior to the sale.  If you haven't received the
             registration paper back from AQHA, a copy of the registration application must be presented at the
             sale, along with a signed transfer.