A Beginners Guide to Buying At Auction
By Cathy Jennings,
Professional Auction Services.
You want to buy a horse. You've decided you can get the most "bang
for your buck"by buying at auction. You've chosen a reputable
auction company with a proven track record. You¹ve carefully
shopped. You¹ve found a horse (or preferably two, in case the
first one goes beyond your budget) that will suit you.
Your Horse For Sale
By Laura Cotterman, LauraCotterman.com
photos is essential when you are selling your horse. The first impression
a potential buyer gets when they look at your ad is your photos.
At this point they are making a quick judgment if they are interested
enough to contact you so you want to make your horse as appealing
Hints for Buyers
The Buyer has
a responsibility to examine a horse carefully before they bid on
it. If you have any particular concerns about conformation faults
or defects, size, attitude, stall manners, riding ability or anything
else, check it out BEFORE you bid. If you buy a horse on impulse,
without shopping it before you bid, you may expect to find some
surprises. In that case you still own the horse.