The Colorado State University Polo Club seeks firm pricing for farrier services for the Polo Club’s horses located at CSU West Campus Animal Reproduction & Biomedical Sciences Laboratory, ARBL, located at 3107 Rampart Rd room W106, Fort Collins, CO 80521 for a multi-year term. The Colorado State University Polo Club is a student run CSU club sport operating since 1977 with 30 to 40 members. The club owns 30 polo ponies that are boarded at the CSU Equine Center. The vendor awarded the documented quote will provide farrier services for the polo ponies with the possibility to provide services to other departments on campus.
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