Mr r, Bullock reports: for the week ending Saturday 20th Ootober: -38 horse, were brought forward for the day's stle, a larje pr. portion were only of a very medium stamp. For the best sorts offered bidding wis fairly keen err" .hlly for medium draughts, for Inferior -0r ... It was difficult to obtain bids, nevertheless a large proportion rf the entry ohanged hands, 29 out of the day's entry of 88 were ' sold at the following prices, v'z,:— . Medium draughts, aged, of a fairly good stamp £14 to £14 lOi do. £8 to £12 5s ; three year-olds ud broken, and broken to plough, frcm £10 lOj to £15 10- and for a five-year-old gelding of a better stamp £25 10s was ohtaloed ; llgh . harness horses £7 5s £7 1 5s £9 10a op t • £13 do. unbroken 3 and 4 years old, £7 to £8 : haoks £5 15. £6 £6 ss. Inferior a number ohanged hands »t £2 15. to £4. Sundries —Trap and harness £25 r America., waggon £9 10', set buggy harness £4 10*, hone covers etc. , at market rates.
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HORSE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888
HORSE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888
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