Mr T. Bullock reports for the week ending Saturday, June 14th :—At th.3 usual horse .sale on Saturday forty horsen were offjvod by auction, and .-ill but 0110 of the mo'limu draughts brought forward were sold at Lho following pricos, viz.:— 3 and 4-year-olds of rothor a light description, £17, £17 10s ; 11 filly rising 3 years old, £KJIO->; 6-year-old, of a good stamp, £21 ; do. of a lighter description, £10 ss, £16 10s; aged, £12, £13 ss, £1410s, £J5 10s ; others £5 10s, £6 ss. There were-buyers present'for this class suitable for ploughing, which could hot be supplied. Light harness horses: An upstanding golding, of a superior. • stamp, brought the satisfactory price of £19 10s ; others, £4 ss, £7/ £9 ; spring dray'horse and harness brought £21. Hacks £3 ss'to £6 ; inferior, £117s Gd to £215s ; twentythree out of the day's entry chaiigfng hands. Sundries.—Drill brought"£7 ; "collars, hames, and'winkers, £I'4s to '£119s: p>er set; horse covers, sundry harness, &c., brought full market rates; > .•• - ; >.' t
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Horse Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890
Horse Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890
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