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SCHEDULE OF EVENTSThursday- September 29thViewing of Sale Horses at Los Alamitos Sale PavilionFriday- October 30thViewing of Sale Horses at Los Alamitos Sale PavilionSaturday - October 1stLos Alamitos Equine Sale starts promptly at 11:00 a.m.Blane Schvaneveldt Handicap(G3) P.C.Q.H.R.A. Breeders DerbySunday - October 2ndLos Alamitos Equine Sale starts promptly at 11:00 a.m.(G2) P.C.Q.H.R.A. Breeders Futurity1

C O N T E N T SPAGESchedule of Events. 1Welcome to the Los Alamitos Equine Sale.3PCQHRA Inc. Board of Directors .5California Sales Tax Regulations .6Payment Procedures .7Notices - Important Buyer Information . 8California Horse Racing Board Medication Regulations . 9Conditions of Sale .10Conditions of Entry .16FORMSInterstate Delivery Agreement .21Agent’s Authorization .22Buyer Registration Form. 23LOS ALAMITOS EQUINE SALEYearling Buyers/Sellers can purchase Open Berths to the 325,000 Breeders Futurity . 33Important Notice (Multiple Embryos) .37Index to ConsignorsIndex to SiresCovering SiresIndex to DamsIndex to HorsesYearlings & Mixed Stock (Hip Numbers 1 through 125)Yearlings & Mixed Stock (Hip Numbers 126 through 250)PLEASE BRING YOUR CATALOG TO THE SALE - SUPPLY IS LIMITEDLOS ALAMITOS EQUINE SALE COMPANY LLCP.O. BOX 919, Los Alamitos, CA 90720 / (714) 236-1755/236-1761 fax2

Welcome to the 2022Los Alamitos Equine Sale!Eighteen years after its inaugural event, the Los AlamitosEquine Sale continues to follow the high standards setover the years by Quarter Horse racing industry leaderslike Ed Allred, Dr. Steve Burns and the Pacific Coast QuarterHorse Racing Association, along with the late greats Frank“Scoop” Vessels, Bud Alessio and John Andreini. Their goals ofstrengthening the business relationships with the Quarter Horseracing industry and constantly improving all aspects of the saleDr. Edward C. Allredremain as the top priority for the Los Alamitos Equine Sale.Outstanding Quarter Horses have always been the trademark of the Los Alamitos EquineSale since its inaugural event in 2005. It is a rich history filled with brilliant graduatesheaded by the likes of AQHA Champion and millionaire J Fire Up, 2021 multiple Grade 1winner Chocolatito, multiple recent Grade 1 winner Powerful Favorite, and the AQHAchampions Moonist, Walk Thru Crystal, Five Bar Cartel, Flame N Flash, and many more.Most recently, the Equine Sale has graduated top 2022 stakes finalists Beneficial, Attacker,Empty Promise, Future Version, Just A Dasha Hero, Insider Information, Majority Interest,Mornings With Maria, Stolen Lives, Unavailable, Watch Out, and many more.Over the years, Los Alamitos Equine Sale ring has seen a vast number of major stakeswinners led by one of its most recent additions, the 2022 Governor’s Cup Futurity winnerFrivolous. Other sale graduate stakes winners include Worth Doing, Foose Cash SR,Chance To Excel, Favorite Honey, Old Girl, Secretly Hot, Revv Me Up, Once Over, MrAppolitical, Hot Hitter, Terrific Synergy, New Look, Oatman, West Coast Hawk, HardHitting, Tac Me Up, Chance To Fire, Striver, Up And Coming, and many, many more.This long list of accomplished racehorses is proof that the Los Alamitos Equine Sale consistently features the finest bloodlines in Quarter Horse racing, proudly presented at an attractive, convenient, and accessible outdoor venue. The beautiful sales grounds adjacent to LosAlamitos Race Course has truly become a facility that is unmatched in Quarter Horse racing.In the years that have followed, the sale partners and the sale’s managing partner, the PacificCoast Quarter Horse Racing Association, have worked tirelessly to improve every aspect ofthe sale. A safer and more aesthetic viewing paddock was introduced, and state of the art television production now surround all areas of the sale for the convenience of all horsemen. Ofcourse, none of this could have been possible without the support from so many wonderfuland passionate breeders, consignors, and buyers in the Quarter Horse racing industry. Thisgreat working relationship from everyone associated with the Los Alamitos Equine Sale hashelped make this a premier place to sell or buy a Quarter Horse.The 2022 Los Alamitos Equine Sale now looks forward to another outstanding saleunder the leadership of partners Ed Allred, the 13-time AQHA champion breeder, and Dr.Steve Burns of Burns Ranch, the 2019 AQHA champion breeder.3

Allred is synonymous with Quarter Horse racing. In addition to being named AQHAChampion Breeder a record 13 times, He has also been named AQHA Champion Owner arecord six times. In 2021, Allred was third in the Quarter Horse breeder standings in moneyearned with 2,243,160 and has been the nation’s leading breeder by earnings in seven of thepast 12 years. He is the sport’s all-time leading breeder by earnings with over 65.8 million.Allred has bred the winners of more than 5,520 races and over 380 stakes wins. He is thebreeder of recent Grade 1 winners Circle City, Up And Atem, Frivolous, She Goes Up, andChance To Excel and of recent graded stakes winners Monopolist and Nomadic. A leadingowner of Quarter Horses, Allred’s raced Grade 1 Champion of Champions winner He LooksHot, a homebred who was named the 2019 AQHA World Champion Racing American QuarterHorse. Allred’s top runners in recent years have included multiple Grade 1 winners Check MyThoughts, Chocolatito Quirky and Forgive Him. Allred’s Rolling A Ranch is home to the topstallion Kiddy Up. He is also co-owner of standout young stallion Fly Thru The Fire.Dr. Burns operates the highly successful Burns Ranch in Menifee, California, nationallyregarded as one of the premier Quarter Horse stallion stations and breeding locations in thenation. Burns Ranch is the home of stallions Favorite Cartel, Walk Thru Fire, Foose, SeperateInterest, Fly Thru The Fire, Mental Error, and Mpshinning. Dr. Burnswon his first AQHA champion breeder title in 2019 after topping thebreeder category with earnings of 3,241,760 to go along with an18%-win rate. He followed it with tremendous season in both 2020and 2021, finishing as the nation’s second leading breeder both yearswith earnings of more than 3 million each year. Over the past fewyears, Dr. Burns has bred outstanding multiple Grade 1 winnersChocolatito and Tequila Sangria, and Grade 1 winners like LosAlamitos Two Million Futurity winner Bomb Cyclone, Ruidoso FuturityDr. Steve Burns DVMwinner Cyber Monday, Golden State Million Futurity winners Runforyourlife and Little Talks,Go Man Go Handicap winner You Can Run, and many others. In partnership with JamesMarkum, Dr. Burns is the breeder of multiple Grade 1 winner Powerful Favorite. He also bred2018 Grade 2 Southern California Derby and Governor’s Cup Derby winner Black Fryday,multiple graded derby winner Rite Regal, and Governor’s Cup Futurity winners Pitbull andConstituent. In 2012, Dr. Burns was the recipient of the Frank Vessels, Sr., Memorial Awardpresented in appreciation of his outstanding contribution to the sport of Quarter Horse racing.All in all, the sale catalog for the 2022 Los Alamitos Equine Sale has 250 Quarter HorseYearlings and Broodmares featuring the finest bloodlines in the sport and will be held duringthe PCQHRA Breeders Futurity and PCQHRA Breeders Derby weekend. The bloodlines ofgreat stallions like Apollitical Jess, Corona Cartel, Docs Best Card, Favorite Cartel, Fast PrizeCartel, FDD Dynasty, First Down Dash, Fly Thru The Fire, Flying Cowboy 123, Foose, KiddyUp, KVN Corona, Mr Jess Perry, One Famous Eagle, Seperate Interest, Walk Thru Fire, andmany more top stallions will be featured at the sale. All yearlings which pass through theEquine Sale ring will be eligible for the PCQHRA Breeders Futurity in 2023. The sale will alsofeature exciting broodmare sessions each day.The Los Alamitos Equine Sale is dedicated to continuing with the high standards that wereestablished 18 years ago, while serving the horsemen and horsewomen that have madeCalifornia a wonderful place for Quarter Horse racing. We welcome you to the Los AlamitosEquine Sale and sincerely hope that you find your next champion this weekend. We areconfident that the 2022 sale will be filled with terrific prospects once again.4

PACIFIC COASTQඎൺඋඍൾඋ Hඈඋඌൾ Rൺർංඇ Aඌඌඈർංൺඍංඈඇ, Iඇർ.OFFICERSVince GencoSteve D. Burns DVMPresidentClovis, Ca.Vice PresidentMenifee, Ca.Terry ThompsonJohn BobenriethChief Financial O൶cerCypress, Ca.SecretaryCosta Mesa, Ca.Angela M. AquinoBOARD OF DIRECTORSCarol CooperLink NewcombLos Alamitos, Ca.Hemet, Ca.Santa Ana, Ca.Monty ArrossaJose FloresJames Streelman M.D.Westminster, Ca.Pasadena, Ca.Anaheim, Ca.Sharon BrandsnessDavid NelsonCharles TreeceLas Vegas, Nv.Turner, Or.Los Alamitos, Ca.0LNH &DVVHOPDQ'DQ :LOVRQ:HVWPLQVWHU &D 0HQLIHH &D STAFFDino Perez/Business ManagerMarlene Sanchez/O൶ce ManagerDebi Treece, Race/Cal-Bred Admin.AUCTIONEERSEquine Auction Services Frank Sherren - Facility Set Up Pedigrees Compiled by QData5

CALIFORNIASALES TAXREGULATIONSCalifornia State Sales Tax applies to all sales of all horses within thestate. EXCEPT THAT the California 'HSDUWPHQW 2I 7D[ QG )HH GPLQLVWUDWLRQ has ruled that a SALE IS NOT TAXABLE if the"buyer, before fall of the auctioneer's hammer . directed theauctioneer to ship the horse to a point outside of this state via licensedcarrier", and "if the horse does not come into possession of the buyeruntil it arrives at the out-of-state destination".Purchasers who desire exemption from payment of sales tax asaforesaid must provide 1) a completed and signed Interstate DeliveryAgreement (printed in this catalog / please check Table of Contents)PRIOR TO BIDDING; and 2) a bill of lading, signed by anauthorized signatory for an insured MCC/USDOT carrier acceptable tothe Sale Management.A partial exemption applies to "RACE HORSE BREEDING STOCK”NOTE TO MCC/USDOT CARRIERSMCC Carriers should file with the Sale Management a copy of theirBill of Lading and a list of authorized signatories. Purchasers arereminded that all shipments by Los Alamitos Equine Sale Company topoints out of state as herein provided are at purchaser's risk.HORSES PURCHASED FOR RE-SALEPurchasers who are purchasing horses for resale may be exempt fromsales tax if they provide a properly completed California 'HSDUWPHQW 2I 7D[ QG )HH GPLQLVWUDWLRQ resale certificate bearing a validseller’s permit number. Please note that sales tax will be applicableon the subsequent resale of the property. We recommend you reviewthe California 'HSDUWPHQW 2I 7D[ QG )HH GPLQLVWUDWLRQ sales taxrules.6

PAYMENTPROCEDURESProspective Purchasers Should ReadThe “Conditions of Sale” CarefullySettlementAll accounts must be paid immediately after purchase (for thefull sale price) as stated in the "Conditions of Sale" with noexceptions. Settlement is to be in the form of U.S. currency,approved bank check, certified check, traveler’s checks orcashiers checks.Personal Checks Must Be ApprovedProspective purchasers who intend to offer their personalchecks to settle their accounts MUST complete the “BuyerRegistration Form” and return it to Los Alamitos Equine SaleCo. at least 10 days prior to the sale date.Delivery of the horse may be withheld pending confirmation ofaccount balance on any personal check at the sole discretion ofsale management. Registration papers will be withheld until thecheck has cleared.Agents & Agent Authorization FormsIf purchaser is represented by an agent, such agent must eithercomply with all provisions set forth as if he were the purchaseror such agent must submit a letter of authorization signed bypurchaser, addressed to Los Alamitos Equine Sale Co., whichstates that agent is authorized to purchase at a particular sale foraccount of purchaser and that such purchaser has complied inadvance with all the provisions set forth. A “Buyer RegistrationForm” is included in this catalog, and must be on file with LosAlamitos Equine Sale Co. for all agents acting on behalf of apurchaser.7

NOTICESINSPECTION OF SALE HORSESAll horses are required to be in their assigned stalls by 8:00 a.m., Thursday, 6HSW. WK Viewing of sale horses is on Thursday and Friday, unless other arrangements are made withindividual consignors.PARKING & SEATINGAll parking for the sale is self-parking. Seating in the Sale Arena will be on a first-come firstserve basis. Reserved seating is available by contacting PCQHRA office prior to sale day at(714) 236-1755.ANNOUNCEMENTSTo avoid making costly errors, please pay close attention to all announcements made from theauction stand, especially concerning horses on which you intend to bid.STAKES ENGAGEMENTSUnless announced otherwise, all eligibility payments due after date of sale are the responsibilityof the buyer, who should promptly notify the proper Racing Associations as to the newownership in order to receive direct billing.ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF PURCHASEAfter making the final bid on a horse, you will be asked to complete and sign theAcknowledgment of Purchase Form. Be sure to confirm the correct hip number and price before you sign. Please print your name and address clearly, since this document is used for AQHAtransfers, invoicing and in publishing sale results. All accounts must be paid immediately afterpurchase as stated in Conditions of Sale.CARE OF HORSES AFTER SALEHorses will be held at the purchaser's expense from the time of sale. All horses purchased shallbe paid for and removed promptly by the purchaser or his agent. Purchasers shall make allarrangements for stabling and care of horses from the time of sale until removal from salepremises. Horses must be removed from the Los Alamitos Equine Stable Area by p.m. Monday Oct. , 20 . Any delays must be approved by the stable manager and may be subject to stabling fees.STABLE RELEASEIn order to remove a horse from the grounds, you must obtain a Stable Release Form or Noticeof Delivery from the sale office. Please confirm that the release you obtain represents the correct hip number. Also, be sure to give the release to the person ultimately responsible for removingyour horse from the grounds. No horses will be allowed to leave the grounds without a Notice ofDelivery.VETERINARY ASSISTANCEVeterinary assistance is available at bidder's expense on request.All horses in this sale have been testedCoggins Negative within three months of the date of sale.Bidders Should Be Aware of Warranty ClausesOutlined in Sections 1, 2 & 3 of "Conditions of Sale"8

ATTENTION CONSIGNORS:Read Carefully CHRB Medication RegulationsThe California Horse Racing Board regulations in Chapter 4 of theCalifornia Administrative Code read as follows:ARTICLE 13.5 - AUTHORIZED HORSE SALES1807. Authorized Horse Sales.Upon application by a recognized breeders' association, sales organizations or any other person, theBoard may authorize a horse sale or horse auction sale for the sale of race horses or breeding stock thatis used in the production of race horses, to be held on the premises of a racing association, and theauthorization and approval of such horse sale or horse auction sale shall be upon such conditions asmay be imposed by the Board.1808. Medications Prior to Sale.(a). Person owning or having care, custody or control over a horse offered for sale at an authorizedhorse sale or horse auction sale under the jurisdiction of the Board shall not administer to such horseany substance which is recognized as an injectable, oral or topical medication or drug within 72 hoursof the time the horse is offered for sale unless the administration of the medication or drug is reportedto the official veterinarian appointed by the Board to act at the authorized horse sale or horse auctionsale prior to the sale of such horse in such manner as the official veterinarian by direct.(b). Upon request of a prospective purchaser of a horse offered for sale at such authorized horse sale orhorse auction sale the official veterinarian shall make available to the prospective purchaser the reportof medication administered to the said horse.(c). Compliance with this section is the responsibility of the consignor of the horse offered for saleand/or person(s) having the care, custody or control of said horse. Violation of this section ispunishable at the discretion of the Board by fine or in such other manner as may be determined by theBoard.1809. Post-Sale Tests.The official veterinarian at any authorized horse sale or horse auction sale may administer a blood testto any horse sold at such sale and shall make such test at the request of the purchaser of the horse, andthe blood sample shall be delivered to the official laboratory approved by the Board for analysis.Rule 1858. Test Sample Required(b) The Board may at any time on any date take official blood, urine or other biological samples, in accordance with Rules 1859 and 1859.1, from a horse to enhance the ability of the Board to enforce its medication and anti-doping rules. (c) Every horse within the inclosure, every horse registered to race at an inclosure, every horse under the care or control of a licensed trainer, or owned by a licensed owner, or nominated, pre-entered or entered in any race that will be held within a licensed inclosure is subject to pre-race, post-race, and out-of-competition testing by the Board. No owner, trainer or other person having the care of a horse shall refuse to submit it for testing when directed by the Equine Medical Director, the Executive Director, the stewards or the official veterinarian. (1) For the purposes of this regulation, a horse is registered to race at an inclosure when the horse's registration papers are on file with a racing association under the jurisdiction of the Board, and/or the horse has raced at a licensed inclosure within the previous twelve (12) months. (2) A horse is out of competition when it is not entered in a race as defined in this Article. This regulation does not permit out of competition testingoutside of a licensed inclosure on weanlings, yearlings, or any horse proven to be no longer engagedin horse racing unless such horse is entered in a horse sale authorized by the Board pursuant to1807 .A "Medication Report" must be completed for every horse consigned to the sale -- regardless of whether anymedication has been administered. Medication report forms will be available to consignors and prospectivepurchasers at the Stable Manager's Office prior to the start of the sale and must be completed and returnedprior to 8 a.m., 2FW Rule 1867.1Use of Bisphosphonates Prohibited.9

THE "LOS ALAMITOS EQUINE SALE” (Hereinafter the “Sale”) IS CONDUCTED INACCORDANCE WITH, AND ALL ACTS OF INTERESTED PARTIES AND/OR CLAIMS BYTHEM SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE FOLLOWING:CONDITIONS OF SALEDEFINITIONSThe Sale Company is Los Alamitos Equine Sale Company LLC. Los Alamitos Equine SaleCompany LLC shall mean Los Alamitos Equine Sale Company LLC its past, present, and futureofficers, directors, shareholders, members, employees, agents, representatives, partners, predecessors and successors in interest, and assigns. (Hereinafter referred to as LAESC.)The Sale administrator is Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Racing Association, Inc. Pacific CoastQuarter Horse Racing Association, Inc. shall mean Pacific Coast Quarter Horse RacingAssociation, Inc., it's past, present, and future officers, directors, shareholders, members, employees, agents, representatives, partners, predecessors, and successors in interest, and assigns.(Hereinafter referred to as PCQHRA/Sale Management.)1. GENERAL CONDITIONSAll horses are offered for sale according to the laws of the State of California. PCQHRA/SaleManagement, LAESC, Auctioneer and employees act as agents for the consignors and assume noliability for either purchasers or consignors. PCQHRA and/or LAESC reserves at its sole optionthe right to cancel, postpone, end the sale early or preclude one or more horses from participatingin the sale, at any time, for any reason or no reason at all, with or without notice. THERE IS NOWARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED BY THE AUCTIONEER, SPONSORS, OR CONSIGNOR AS TO THE RACING SOUNDNESS, BREEDING STATUS, BREEDING QUALITIES, FERTILITY, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSEOF ANY HORSE OFFERED IN THIS SALE, AND ALL HORSES ARE SOLD “AS IS” ANDWITH ALL DEFECTS EXCEPT ONLY AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE. PURCHASER IS BOUND BY ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM THEAUCTION STAND AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE SESSION IN WHICH THE HORSEIS SOLD AND AT THE TIME OF SALE. Both purchasers and consignors agree to defend,indemnify and hold harmless PCQHRA, LAESC, Los Alamitos Quarter Horse RacingAssociation, Los Alamitos Race Course, Auctioneer and employees and each of them from any andall liabilities, costs, and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees arising out of or relating tothis sale.2. WARRANTIES-SOUNDNESSUNLESS OTHERWISE ANNOUNCED AT THE TIME OF SALE, THERE IS NO WARRANTYOR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND AS TO THE SOUNDNESS OR CONDITION OR OTHERQUALITY OF ANY HORSE SOLD IN THIS SALE. ANY HORSE WHOSE SEXUALDESCRIPTION IS NOT ACCURATELY SET FORTH IN THE SALE CATALOG MUST SO BEANNOUNCED. (Descended testes not warranted on any horse sold before July 1 of his yearlingyear). HORSES WHICH HAVE IMPAIRED VISION OR INJURY TO THE EYE, ARE“CRIBBERS” OR WIND SUCKERS, MUST SO BE ANNOUNCED. IN ADDITION, ANYHORSE WHICH IS NERVED, A “BLEEDER”, OR IS CURRENTLY ON ANY STARTER’S,STEWARD’S, OR TRACK VETERINARIAN’S LIST AT A LICENSED RACE COURSE MUSTBE ANNOUNCED. EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTIES HEREIN, EACH HORSE ISSOLD “AS IS” WITH ALL FAULTS AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS ORIMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR USE FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ANY OTHER WARRANTY,CONDITION, DEFECT, DAMAGE, OR IMPAIRMENT OF ANY KIND IS EXPRESSLYWAIVED AND WILL NOT ENTITLE THE PURCHASER TO A RIGHT OF RETURN PURSUANT TO CONDITION TWELVE (12) BELOW. PCQHRA/SALE MANAGEMENT10

AND/OR LAESC WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING INFORMATIONAS TO EMBRYO TRANSFERS AND/OR MULTIPLE EMBRYOS (FOALS OF THE SAMEYEAR) FROM THE DAM OF THE HORSE FOR SALE, NOR WILL PCQHRA/SALE MANAGEMENT AND/OR LAESC BE HELD LIABLE IN ANY WAY FOR CONSIGNOR OR PURCHASER'S BELATED AWARENESS OF SUCH INFORMATION. CONSIGNOR UNDERSTANDS THAT HE/SHE IS THE SOLE GUARANTOR OF ANY SUCH WARRANTY. BOTHPURCHASERS AND CONSIGNORS AGREE TO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLDHARMLESS PCQHRA/SALE MANAGEMENT, LAESC, LOS ALAMITOS QUARTERHORSE RACING ASSOCIATION, LOS ALAMITOS RACE COURSE, AUCTIONEER ANDEMPLOYEES AND EACH OF THEM FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITIES, COSTS ANDEXPENSES, INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEY'S FEES INCURRED ARISING OUTOF OR RELATING TO THE FAILURE OF CONSIGNOR TO TIMELY AND ADEQUATELYDISCLOSE SUCH INFORMATION.3. WARRANTIES-BROODMARESUNLESS OTHERWISE ANNOUNCED, THERE IS NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTYAS TO THE PREGNANCY OR BREEDING STATUS OF ANY HORSE DESCRIBED AT THETIME OF SALE. EACH MARE DESCRIBED AS A BROODMARE OR BROODMARE PROSPECT IN THIS SALE WILL BE OFFERED WITH A VETERINARY CERTIFICATE PROVIDED BY CONSIGNOR FROM A LICENSED VETERINARIAN SETTING FORTH THEPREGNANCY AND BREEDING STATUS OF THE MARE IN THE OPINION OF THEEXAMINING VETERINARIAN BASED ON AN EXAMINATION CONDUCTED WITHIN 14DAYS OF THE DATE OF SALE UNLESS SO ANNOUNCED. ANY CONTRACTUALAGREEMENT BETWEEN AN OWNER OF A BROODMARE IN THIS SALE AND ANOWNER OF A STALLION TO WHICH THE MARE HAS BEEN BRED TO, OR THE POSSIBLE REFUND OF ANY STUD FEE, DOES NOT GO WITH ANY BROODMARE UNLESSSO ANNOUNCED AT TIME OF SALE. BOTH PURCHASERS AND CONSIGNORS AGREETO DEFEND, INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS PCQHRA/SALE MANAGEMENT,LAESC, LOS ALAMITOS QUARTER HORSE RACING ASSOCIATION, LOS ALAMITOSRACE COURSE, AUCTIONEER AND EMPLOYEES AND EACH OF THEM FROM ANYALL LIABILITIES, COSTS, AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEY'SFEES INCURRED THAT ARISE OUT OF OR RELATE TO THE PREGNANCY OR BREEDING STATUS OF THE MARE.4. BIDDINGThe highest accepted bidder is the Purchaser. The Auctioneer shall have sole discretion and fullauthority to settle any dispute which may arise between or among two or more bidders in whatevermanner he/she sees fit. The Auctioneer's decision is final in all cases. Consignors, purchasers, andbidders hereby waive any and all rights to challenge or object in any manner to this decision.5. AGENTSAny person wishing to act as an agent for a purchaser other than himself/herself must file with thePCQHRA/ Sale Management written authorization at least five (5) days prior to the sale datesigned by the said purchaser naming the agent and specifying his/her authority to bid and accepttitle and delivery. Any person, having been qualified as agent for a purchaser, who, while actingas that purchaser’s agent, is the successful bidder on any lot in this sale, must identify the purchaseron the "Acknowledgment of Purchase" contract before the agent shall sign said contract.Notwithstanding this authorization to bid and accept title and delivery, every agent who is a successful bidder shall comply with all the terms and conditions of sale including CONDITION 7:SETTLEMENT. Except as otherwise provided in this CONDITION, the Person signing theAcknowledgment of Purchase shall be personally liable as the purchaser regardless of how theAcknowledgment of Purchase is signed or whether such signature indicates the Acknowledgmentis signed by an agent and/or discloses the principal.11

6. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF PURCHASE CONTRACT, TITLE AND TRANSFERTitle passes to the purchaser at the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, at which time the purchaserassumes all risk and responsibility for the horse. Immediately upon the fall of the hammer the purchaser or his/her authorized agent shall sign the Acknowledgment of Purchase which is presentedto him/her. Should the Acknowledgment of Purchase not be presented to him/her prior to the commencement of the next lot he/she shall immediately identify himself/herself to the auctioneer aspurchaser and sign the Acknowledgment of Purchase when presented. Right of purchase of thehighest bidder is not impaired in case of signing of Acknowledgment of Purchase by another.Consignor and purchaser agree to release, defend, indemnify, and hold PCQHRA/SaleManagement, LAESC, Los Alamitos Quarter Horse Racing Association, Los Alamitos RaceCourse, Auctioneer and any and all employees harmless from all losses, damages, expenses,claims, causes of action or attorney’s fees arising out of or related to the bidding, purchase andsale, possession, care, custody, control or maintenance of any horse of which the purchaser, including but not limited to claims arising out of injuries or damage caused to or by the horse before orafter the fall of the hammer. Horses sold in this sale will be transferred by PCQHRA/SaleManagement and ownership registered with the American Quarter Horse Association exactly asthe purchaser’s name and address appear on the Acknowledgment of Purchase contract.PCQHRA/Sale Management and LAESC reserves the right to make public the name of every purchaser and consignor. AQHA Certificates of Registration will not be released to the purchaser orhis/her agent at the sale. A 25 transfer fee will be added to the purchase price to be paid as partof the final settlement by the purchaser.7. SETTLEMENTPayment in full must be made within thirty (30) minutes of the conclusion of the sale session inwhich the horse(s) is purchased or as soon as reasonably practical after the sale session, as determined by the sole discretion of PCQHRA/Sale Management and/or LAESC. Payment must bemade in U.S. currency, pre-approved bank check, certified check, traveler’s checks or cashier’schecks. Any lot not paid for in full at the sale and not declared in default by the undersigned shallbe subject to a finance charge of 2% per month from the date of the sale on all amounts owing untilthe lot(s) are paid in full. Any checks not honored by payor’s bank shall be subject to penaltiesprovided in Section 1719 of the Civil Code including treble damages. Purchaser is to pay salecashier in all cases. In no case shall any part of the purchase price be paid by purchaser to consignor. Such payment will not be regarded as valid nor will it entitle purchaser to delivery.Registration papers will be held until the purchaser’s account is paid in full.All Horses shall be paid for and removed promptly by the purchaser or his agent. No delivery willbe made before final settlement. Horses must be removed from the Los Alamitos Equine Sale barnarea by 5:00 p.m. Monday October 3, 2022. In order to remove a horse from the grounds, youmust obtain a Stable Release Form or Notice of Delivery from the sale office. Please confirm thatthe release you obtain represents the correct hip number. I understand that the maintenance of theHorse(s) I agreed

Viewing of Sale Horses at Los Alamitos Sale Pavilion Friday- October 30th Viewing of Sale Horses at Los Alamitos Sale Pavilion Saturday - October 1st Los Alamitos Equine Sale starts promptly at 11:00 a.m. Blane Schvaneveldt Handicap (G3) P.C.Q.H.R.A. Breeders Derby Sunday - October 2nd Los Alamitos Equine Sale starts promptly at 11:00 a.m.

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