Mr T. Bullock reports for the week ending Saturday, Sept. 13th :—Thirty-nine horses were brought forward for the clay's sale. For young medium draughts there were inquiries; there were no heavy first-class draughts entered; as usual aged medium draughts were difficult to quit. Out of the day's entry of thirty-nine, twenty changed hands at the following prices, viz. :—Medium draughts, live and seven years old, of a light stamp, £14, £16, £17; four year olds, also light, £12, £12 15s; aged, £8 15s, £9 10s, £11; others, £3 10s, £5 10s ; two year olds, colts, and fillies of a light stamp, £6, £6 153, £8 17s 6d; yearling of a better stamp, £7 5s ; hacks, five year olds, £8, £8 10s ; light harness horses, £2 10s, £4, £6 10s; scrubbers at low prices. Suxdeiks—Seed sower brought £6; collar., hames, and winkers, 12s 6d to £1 per set; horse covers and sundry harness at market prices ; feed oats at Is 3d per bushel.
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Horse Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2519, 16 September 1890
Horse Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2519, 16 September 1890
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