Local Paint Horse Club To Host Annual Tack Swap
The Minnesota North Star Paint Horse Club announces the date, time, and location of its 3rd annual tack swap.
The Minnesota North Star Paint Horse Club will be holding its third annual tack swap on Sunday, March 18th at the Hinckley Community Center in Hinckley, Minnesota. The community center is at 102 Dunn Avenue North. The sale hours for the tack swap will be from 11am to 2pm. Those wishing to consign clean horse items can bring those items to the community center between 8am and 10:30am. Unsold items and checks can be picked up from the community center between 2:30pm and 4pm that same day. Vendor tables and food concessions will also be available.
Tack swaps are a convenient way for horse owners to sell unused or unwanted equine related items by pooling together potential buyers in one location. A small consignment rate, usually 10-15%, is charged to the sellers only on the sold items. These fees are a fundraiser for the hosting organization. Potential buyers use tack swaps as a means to stretch the funds used in their equine activities by searching for the many good deals found at tack swaps.
About the Minnesota North Star Paint Horse Club and APHA
Formed in 2004, the Minnesota North Star Paint Horse Club annually has approximately 60 active members who come from throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. Starting with about 25 charter members, this regional club of the American Paint Horse Association, has hosted Western Saddle Club Association shows, several Paint Horse shows, and many trail rides. The Club mission is to promote, support, and educate the public about the American Paint Horse, especially in the northern half of Minnesota.
The club has active youth members and is focused on increasing and encouraging youth members by offering special incentives to youth showing their horses, as well as offering a college scholarship. The club also has a Futurity program for those Paint horse owners interested in breeding and showing their young stock or advertising their Paint or Quarter Horse stallions.
Visit www.mnsphc.com for more information about the Minnesota North Star Paint Horse Club.
The American Paint Horse Association, founded in 1962 and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, is the registry for the American Paint Horse. In fulfillment of its mission to collect, record and preserve pedigrees of the breed, APHA recognizes and supports 111 regional and international clubs, produces championship shows, sponsors trail rides and creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members’ experiences with their horses.