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The takeover of a stallion by means of CANopen is a 5-stage procedure. Everyone who is interested in having a ride adopted by Cante is obliged to complete the adoption permit application found on the website. If you have not yet found the right saddle for you, please complete the approval request below.
If you find your stallion, you can be admitted in advance. When you are waiting, the desired animal can be adopted by someone who is already registered. As soon as KANTER has given your approval, you are entitled to purchase one KANTER-owned thoroughbred from each KANTER partner. As soon as your approval form has been edited, you will be informed by e-mail that you are either accepted or disapproved.
Otherwise, the reason will be given. Adoption fees must be payed before the animal is used. Fees can be payable in full by cheque, Master Card, Visa or bank transfer. Should the equine animal require extra certification for shipment, a service surcharge will be applied. Conditional Lifetime Bill of Sale (see enclosures at the bottom of this page) must be completed before the horses leave our facilities.
Conditional Lifetime Bill of Sale is a legally valid agreement between you and Cante. As soon as the adoption charge has been settled, the person adopting the child organises the promotion. Catering for the horses is provided by Hans Christian for 3 nights. At the end of 3 training sessions the adopting rider will be billed $15 per session for the newly boarded stallion.
Contact your local distributor if transport is required. Horses must be collected in a horse drawn large enough for breeding.
The Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation, Inc.
America's alternate to marketing your stallion. Our aim is to ensure that every animal in our custody is provided with all the necessary nutrients for a secure and prosperous existence and that it is shielded from those who would damage it.
Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation, Inc. MHWF is a non-profit organisation devoted to the search for a home for horses in a transitional phase of their life. Horses come to us for many different occasions and each has its own history. While some horses come to us because they work directly with the prosecution, others find themselves in unhappy circumstances where we can help, and still others come from owner who have found that for various purposes they could no longer keep their horses and want to keep them safely.
Everybody who participates in our programme is a voluntary and 100% of all gifts and adoption costs go back to the custody of another poor animal. Our aim is to find good hearted individuals who are willing to live their life with a big horses that needs their help. One part of our visions is to show that adoption is one of the best ways to bring a stable into your home, and these horses are as dignified, gifted, versatile and adaptable as any other out there.
There are no undesirable horses, only unfounded associations. Since 2001, MHWF has been on a Wisconsin assignment to educate the general community about equine adoption, equine rescuing and equine wellbeing. MHWF has since its foundation brought an annual total of 65 horses to beautiful houses directly through our adoption programme.
The MHWF is pleased to work with the Wisconsin Horse Alliance to support its Wisconsin Horse Alliance equine health and welfare missions by enabling owner care, resource coordination and fellowship training.