How to Enter

Standardbred Sale 2017

How to Enter

01568 619777

Entry Forms

Entries can be made online (at a reduced rate) or by paper. To enter online please click on the Enter Online button top right of the Sale Homepage or to enter on paper click on the Printable Entry Form link also on the Sale Homepage to print a paper entry form off to complete.

Please note full pedigrees are not requested when you enter on-line as they are obtained directly from STAGBI (once partial pedigrees are provided).

Commission

Vendors will be charged a standard commission of 6% + VAT.

Reserves

Unless written instructions are lodged with the Auctioneers, lots will be sold without reserve.

Private Sales

All Private Sales made on the Sale Day must be booked through the Auctioneers.

Pass-Outs

No lots will be allowed to leave the Showground until a Pass has been obtained from the Sales Office. In the event of lot labels missing from lots these animals will not be allowed to leave until identified to the satisfaction of the Auctioneers Representative.

Veterinary Procedure

All horses are sold subject to veterinary examination unless sold for £500 or less, or otherwise stated.

Veterinary Surgeons appointed by the Auctioneers are available through the Auctioneers Office to examine horses on behalf of Vendors and Purchasers. In the case of Purchasers, they are prepared to examine horses on their behalf as to whether they are correct under the Conditions of Sale. The Veterinary Surgeon’s decision that a horse be returnable is binding on both parties. All horses should be vetted for eyes, heart, action, age and ascertainment of catalogue descriptions for a fee of £80 (including VAT).

Purchasers must notify the office that they require an examination within 1 hour of the time of purchase and receive a vetting slip to enable examination to take place.

Vendors must check the veterinary board displayed in the Sales Office to see if their horse must be presented for veterinary examination. Vendors should not leave the Sale Site without first checking the vetting board.

It is emphasised that the facilities are not available to undertake a full veterinary examination but part veterinary examination should take place. This part examination should include examination for sarcoids or sarcoid-like lesions, which can only be complained about on the day of sale. Only Lots that are examined by the panel on the Sale Day have an extended period of 2 working days (including Saturdays) to enable complete veterinary examination.

All lots not examined by the veterinary surgeon on the Sale Day will not be covered by a veterinary warranty.