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International Members/Clients

We have these Payment/Bank issues:

The bank the ICHR uses charges the ICHR $20 to cash an international check, even if it's made out in American dollars.  Plus, postage to mail pedigrees, etc., internationally is more expensive.  Yet, we don't want to make international memberships more expensive than domestic ones.

For this reason, we've had to make this change:

International members will need to pay with Postal Money Order, PayPal, or cash, especially for those smaller transactions, like a $5 transfer of ownership (otherwise we lose $15 on each one of those we process!). 

We are sorry that we cannot use international credit card numbers, either. 
Please sign up for PayPal.

If you have no computer access, we'll need a Postal Money Order,
which our post office will cash.  Thank you!

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PO Box 4430
Paso Robles, CA 93447-4430

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You're invited to join our Yahoo Groups list, to share pictures and discuss champagne horse colors.

Champagne Colors
Champagne Article
Breeding Champagne
Membership Privileges
Color Genetics
DNA Color Tests
ICHR Owners
To pay using PayPal

ICHR is not, and never was, connected with
any other Champagne organization.
Web & Graphics Design copyright 2015
by Barbara A Kostelnik (see )
Please remember that all graphics and text on this site, as on all of the WWW, are automatically copyrighted,  including the exhaustive
pedigree and color research 
that our president, Carolyn Shepard, has done.
If you'd like to use something from this site, 
please email us for permission.

Emailing ICHR:  Horse color questions will not be answered without the horse's breed and registered name, if any.  Due to the extensive research conducted by the ICHR, we are usually able to determine if a horse has champagne in its pedigree by recognizing the names of ancestors we have determined were champagne,
listed in the right column of each
entry in our
stud book.
ASK about "grade" horses,  please.

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