Mr T. Bullock reports for the week endingj Saturday, October 25th :—There was a largei entry. Fifty-seven,, horses being brought forward for the day's sale. A large porpor.j tion of the better sorts offered changed! hands at satisfactory prices. Five year old draughts.sold up to £24. Out of the day's entry of fifty-seven, twenty-eight were sold' as follows, viz. :—Draught geldings, five; years, of a good stamp, brought £22 and £24' each; four and five year olds, of a lighter; description, i:ls sa, £19; aged, of a good stamp, £10,* £16 ; six and seven year olds, of a light stamp, £11 f>s, £12; aged, £5 155,; £9 10s; inferior,; £4 ss; light harness horsed six years, of rather superior stamp, brought £11; others, £4, £5, £5 10s; two year old,' mnbroken, £5 15s; hacks, three and fit ' year olds, of rather a good stamp, £8> £10 ] four and six year olds, £4, £5 15s ; ponies, three year old, unbroken, £6 15s; seven aqtt eight year olds, £6, £6 ss; inferior hacks,* £3' t'3 10s; scrubbers, £1 2s 6d to £1 &s. ; Sundbies.—Dray brought L 9 :7s,6d| breeching and ncjirt saddle, LI 10s; collars,? hames, and winkers, LI, 10s per set; aaddles, j a number were sold at from LI 2s to. L 3 ; [ spring traps, L 7 7s, Ll6, L2O each, ' ' '■; ;
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Horse Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2555, 28 October 1890
Horse Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2555, 28 October 1890
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