MrT. -Bullock reports for the freek ending Saturday, July 12th:—31 horses were offered at the day's sale.. At the commencement biddings were languid but as the sale proceeded they became more spirited, arid a fair proportion of th<S'entry changed hands at satisfactory;prices; but the best sorts of the medium draughts offered were not sold, faimers appearing to prefer buying lower priced horses for immediate wants. Out of the day's entry of 51, 15 were sold as follows :-^-medium draughts,. 6-year-old, £19; do, of a lighter stamp, £14 15s, £15, and £15 ss; 7 years old, also of a light description, £10 I,os ; aged, £8 5s and £8 15s ; inferior, £3, £3 5s and £5 15s ; light harh&sß horse? of a good stamp, £9 10s and £13 ; 3-year-old, unbroken, £6 5s ; hacks, £5 ; scrubbers, from £1 ; dray, £(j; spring trap, £5 12s 6d ; new blinkers, 10s per pair ; sets of harness from £1 9s to £113s. Sundryhorse covers, leading chains, collars, hames, blinkers, etc., at about usual prices.
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Horse Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890
Horse Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2467, 15 July 1890
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