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Kimmy - 2013 Hanoverian Mare (Horse)
Current Bid (CAD):
$25,000.00
Bid Date:
13-October-2021 @ 1:16:26 p.m.
Remaining:
Sale is now closed May be extended ?
Next minimum bid:
$25,100.00 (Bid increments = $100.00)
Quantity:
1 (each)
Location :
Ottawa, ON
Sale / Lot :
R1OT0011954 - 1OT011520-M7631-AV
Closing date:
13-October-2021 @ 1:19 p.m.

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Item:
Kimmy - 2013 Hanoverian Mare (Horse)
Minimum bid:
2,000.00
Closing date:
13-October-2021 @ 1:19 p.m.
Quantity:
1 (each)
Description :

Kimmy - 8-Year-Old Hanoverian Mare

  • Kimmy is an impressive mare with an exceptional work ethic and an amazing ride ability making her a true athlete. Well balanced basic gaits, fluent, with and expressive canter showing remarkable talent for collected work. This mare has successfully completed a tour with the RCMP Musical Ride. Very smart with the ability to learn quickly, currently schooling 2nd level dressage movements but also enjoys and shows outstanding technique over fences. Kimmy can be very affectionate, but has a strong and dominant personality making her more sensitive to be groomed and tacked up. Requires a strong hand and would be best suited to a confident handler. Branded mare with exceptional bloodlines; an excellent candidate for a future brood mare. Kimmy is ready to move up and continue her training. She would excel under a professional, experienced or ambitious rider.

Details

  • Name: Kimmy
  • Sex: mare
  • Breed: Hanoverian
  • DOB: 2013-05-23
  • Colour: black
  • Height: 16.2 1/4 hh
  • Universal Equine Life Number (UELN): 431319716113
  • Coggins test: negative
Documents and Links
Additional comments:

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. These Terms and Conditions are specific to the RCMP Horse Auction and sales.
  2. Upon registration, all Bidders must agree to and comply with GCSurplus’ General Terms and Conditions.

ANIMAL WELL-BEING

  1. The horse’s well-being is of the upmost importance to RCMP/GCSurplus/Canada. The Purchaser must comply with all laws and regulations regarding transport and humane treatment of animals.
  2. The RCMP and GCSurplus reserve the right to refuse any offer for a horse, as it deems necessary and appropriate.
  3. No horse will be sold under any circumstances for human or animal consumption.

VIEWINGS

  1. Registered Bidders are permitted to schedule a viewing of the sale horses.
  2. Viewings are contingent on local Covid-19 public health guidance.
  3. Please see sale listings for a link to the viewing schedule. To schedule a viewing appointment, please contact RCMP, S/Sgt. Mario Cournoyer at HorseAuction-EncandeChevaux@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
  4. Viewings are by appointment only.
  5. All appointments must be booked at least 48 hours in advance.
  6. All visitors must present valid government-issued photo identification.
  7. A maximum of three (3) people per appointment will be permitted. Please no pets or children under 12 years old.
  8. A “Release and Indemnity” agreement must be signed before being granted access to the RCMP facility.
  9. All viewings are at the Bidder’s own risk.
  10. COVID-19 protocols will be in place according to the local Public Health and Provincial authorities and guidelines.

COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS

  1. COVID-19 restrictions and safety protocols may be in place for the protection of RCMP employees and authorized visitors to the RCMP Stables and Pakenham Breeding Farm. These measures will be communicated to authorized visitors in advance of their visit. 
  2. All visitors must adhere to these protocols.

VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS

  1. By placing a bid in this auction, the Bidder acknowledges that the horse has been examined and researched to the Bidder’s satisfaction.
  2. Examinations by external licensed veterinarians are permitted by appointment only. The Bidder may:
    1. Have a licensed veterinarian contact the RCMP’s veterinarian for further medical information at the Bidder’s own expense. Only licensed veterinarians may contact the RCMP’s veterinarian. The  Bidder’s veterinarian must identify the clinic where their services are offered. Because of the expected volume of inquiries, questions from people who are not veterinarians cannot be answered. No exceptions;
    2. Make an appointment to have a licensed veterinarian perform an examination in the presence of the RCMP Veterinarian; or
    3. Hire an agent or equine professional to inspect and evaluate the horse in the presence of the RCMP Veterinarian.
  3. Horses are available for private veterinary examinations on October 7 and 8. To schedule a veterinarian appointment please contact RCMP, S/Sgt. Mario Cournoyer at HorseAuction-EncandeChevaux@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
  4. All appointments must be booked at least 48 hours in advance.
  5. All visitors must present valid government-issued photo identification.

HORSE INFORMATION

  1. Health Certificate, Vaccination Certificate, and radiographs will be available online for each horse during the auction. A valid Coggins Certificate and copy of entire health records will accompany each horse sold.
  2. All sale horses have been recently examined by the RCMP farrier to ensure their shoeing and/or trimming needs are up-to-date. Horses may or may not be shod (depending on age and individual needs).
  3. There are no guarantees as to fertility of stallions or brood mares. No return privileges or live foal guarantees are given or implied.

BIDS AND REGISTRATION

  1. To participate in the auction, Bidders must Register with GCSurplus.
  2. Bidders are advised to confirm the bids they submit, to ensure there are no typos or errors.
  3. The Purchaser name (individual name and/or business name) noted on the Bill of Sale is derived from the Purchaser’s GCSurplus account information. Information on the Bill of Sale will not be modified post-sale.
  4. RCMP may refuse to accept a bid from any individual or party, at their absolute discretion.
  5. RCMP/GCSurplus/Canada may cancel and/or repost the auction at any time, for any reason whatsoever.

BIDDER’S UNDERSTANDING

  1. By placing a bid in this auction, the Bidder agrees to:
    1. abide by GCSurplus’ Terms and Conditions;
    2. comply with all sales clauses and provisions;
    3. enter into a binding contract to purchase the horse;
    4. be responsible for actions taken by an Agent authorized by the Bidder to act on the Bidder’s behalf.

NO WARRANTEE

  1. All horses are sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” with all existing conditions and defects.
  2. Horse descriptions provided by the Seller (RCMP) are based on current observations, training level, assessment and expertise at the time of the auction. There is no guarantee as to how the horse will further develop and progress or how any medical situation may evolve. Novice horsemen are advised to seek guidance from an experienced horse trainer prior to submitting an offer to purchase.
  3. RCMP/GCSurplus/Canada assume no responsibility whatsoever for blemishes, defects, the physical condition, soundness or health of the horse and make no warranties or representation of any kind in this sale.
  4. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Requests for returns, exchanges, or refunds will not be accepted.

PAYMENT

  1. Payment due date: Friday October 15th at 16:00 hrs Eastern Standard Time.
  2. HST/PST will be added to the sale at a rate 13%, province of Ontario.

  3. Payment must be made online through the GCSurplus auction system.
  4. Failure to pay for the horse within the stipulated timeframe may lead to cancellation of the Bidder’s GCSurplus account.
  5. If the Winning Bidder does not comply with payment terms, RCMP/GCSurplus/Canada may offer the horse to the next-highest bidder.

RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY

  1. Title shall pass to the Purchaser when:
    1. full payment for the horse is received by GCSurplus; and
    2. all Terms and Conditions have been adhered to.
  2. Once payment is made in full, the Purchaser assumes all risk and responsibility for the horse.
  3. Stable personnel shall continue to take reasonable care of the horse until the horse is loaded for transportation.
  4. RCMP may assist with loading.
  5. Exporting a purchased horse across the Canada-USA border is the sole responsibility of the Purchaser. Please consult with the Canadian and US Customs and Border authorities for documentation and Regulations.
  6. During the stay of the horses, GCSurplus/RCMP/Canada and their representatives shall not be liable for any accidents, theft, disease or sickness, death or injury, or damage to any horse whatsoever, howsoever caused.
  7. All risk of any illness, damage or other injury, including death (collectively referred to as an Event) during the stay and including any such Event during the loading process, shall be at the sole risk of the Purchaser.
  8. In no case shall any money be refunded to the Purchaser, nor shall the Purchaser be relieved of any purchase obligation as a result of, or as may be attributed to, any such Event.

BOARDING

  1. RCMP will board the horses until Wednesday October 20th at 16:00 hrs (EST) at no additional charge.
  2. The purchaser will be charged a daily boarding fee $50 CDN per day if their horse is not picked-up by the aforementioned date.
  3. Boarding fees must be paid by cheque prior to horse removal.Cheque must be made payable to the “Receiver General of Canada”.  Tax is included in the $50 CDN per day rate. An invoice will be provided.

TRANSPORTATION AND REMOVAL

  1. Transportation is the Purchaser’s responsibility.
  2. At the request of the Purchaser, the RCMP may assist with loading.
  3. The Purchaser must adhere to all laws and regulations related to safe transport and humane treatment of animals.
  4. The Purchaser is responsible for obtaining all necessary paperwork and permits, including export documentation (if required).
  5. To schedule removal, please contact RCMP S/Sgt. Mario Cournoyer at HorseAuction-EncandeChevaux@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.
  6. Prompt removal is imperative.
  7. Failure to remove the horse within the stipulated timeframe may lead to cancellation of the sale and other penalties.

DOCUMENTATION

  1. GCSurplus will provide the Purchaser with the invoice, Bill of Sale, and Authority to Release.
  2. The Purchaser is required to bring the above noted documents at the time of pick-up.
  3. RCMP will send the Purchaser a Stable Release Form. This form must be completed and brought to the stables at the time of pick-up.
  4. RCMP will provide the Purchaser a copy of the horse’s medical file, Health Certificate, Vaccination Certificate, Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA/COGGINS) Serum Test Report and Certificate, horse passport (if applicable) and RCMP Bill of Sale.


Location and Contacts
Location of asset(s):
Musical Ride Stables
Centre du Carrousel
Ottawa , ON     K1A 0R2
Ottawa, ON

The exact location of this sale could not be determined. Please contact the GCSurplus sales rep for more information.

Viewing:
Due to Covid-19, Client Departments and GCSurplus locations will be operating in different phases of re-opening and not all locations will be capable of offering viewing and/or contactless pick-ups of assets. For information on viewings and/or contactless pick-ups of this asset, please inquire with the contact noted below. Covid-19 FAQ
Contact :
RCMP S/Sgt. Mario Cournoyer
613-993-7711
HorseAuction-EncandeChevaux@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
GCSurplus sales rep:
Attila Vass
902-237-9824
Attila.Vass@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Sale account:
R1OT0011954
Lot number:
1OT011520-M7631-AV
Payment and Removal
Payment:
GCSurplus is not accepting payments at sales centres at this time. We are only accepting online payments through our website
 
The Purchaser agrees to make any payment requested (see available payment options) by the Minister within 2 business days from the date of such request and prior to removal of any of the property.
 
Removal:
The Purchaser, upon acceptance of this offer by the Minister and after payment in full has been received by the Minister, shall at their expense, pack, load and remove the property by the date indicated on the bill of sale or, if no date is shown, within 5 business days after the date the bill of sale is issued.
Sales Clauses

This sale is subject to all of the clauses outlined in the GCSurplus

General terms and conditions A , unless General terms and conditions B are cited.
 
The Purchaser must also pay particular attention to the following clauses.
Clauses
Clause No. Description
832.1

All sales are final. No purchased Goods may be returned and no requests for reimbursement in whole or in part will be accepted.

860.2

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Buyers are advised to contact each asset custodian listed on the sale to determine what viewing and pick-up directions are in place as instructions may vary from location to location. The item(s) described herein are being sold offsite and not from a GCSurplus Sales Centre. For all offsite sales, Canada is responsible for making the sale items accessible for removal. They are under no obligation to provide assistance of any kind. It is the Purchaser's responsibility to ensure they have the proper labour and material handling equipment to facilitate the removal. Failure to comply with this condition of sale may lead to the Purchaser being turned away and the items and funds being forfeited.

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