Mr T. Bullock reports for the week ending Saturday, November 3rd. There «raa a large entry of horsea 45 being offered for the day'a Bale. There was. a very good attendance of farmers arid other country settlors. Biddings wero scarcely bo spirited an at previous sale*, nevertheless a _ large proportion of the. entry, (especially thrae cf the best BoriB) were add at satisfactory price-, eiven below. Out of the day's entry of 45, 30 were sold, as follows, v'z :— On account of Mr W. S. Wl'B)n, Dunedin, 4 and 6 year old draughts of a medinm stamp, £18 las, £21, £22 10a, aged £20, a team of 3,0f rather a lighter description, brought £42. Other entries— 3-year-old unbroken, of a good stamp, £20 10a ; 2 and 3-year-olds, unbroken, of a lighter des oription, £10 5s to £13 53 ; 6 and 7-ye»r-oldr, £17, £19; a^d £12 10a to £13 Light harness horses, £11 tOa, £12 and £7 to £9 s', acoordlng to descrlp'ioo Haofes, £G 15a to £12 ; Inferior, £3 15s to £7 ; ecruhbera. frrm £1 to £3.
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HORSE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888
HORSE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1888, 5 November 1888
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