I NVERCARGILL HORSE MARKET
Messrs J. A. Mi-tchefl and Co. report that on Saturday last theii cntrv comprised only 20 horses, the smallest yarding for some time, but owing to the inclement weather the demand was very slack, farm'd s not caring to take home horses to keep idle with feed at such a high price. Hacks and light harness horses were also very dull of sale. They disposed of draughts up to £BS, which price was obtained for a useful o-joai-old geluing. Another handy gelding brought £34, and a handsome ;4t\ eai old filly was passed in at £46 ; other aged sorts at £2o to £lo ; infeiior not inquired for. Hacks and light harness horses (good) at £2O to £lo ordinarv £l4 to £lO, weedy and old to £3. "
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INVERCARGILL HORSE MARKET, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907
INVERCARGILL HORSE MARKET Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907
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