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    Default Sales by PAS -Aug.10th- American Hunter Pony Classic (the Pony Finals Sale)

    Lots of interesting sales coming down the pike by Professional Auction Services.

    The Virginia Hunter & Sport Horse Summer Sale - June 26th - DONE

    The Sport Horse Auction at Dressage at Lexington - July 17th

    The American Hunter Pony Classic (Pony Finals Sale) - August 10th

    The Virginia Hunter & Sport Horse Fall Classic - October 23rd

    Richard Taylor (www.venturestable.com) will be consigning a total of 40 ponies & horses in these sales!

    Who else is consigning or entering something?
    Last edited by VirginiaBred; Jul. 29, 2010 at 07:27 AM.
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    I was rather stunned by that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EqTrainer View Post
    I was rather stunned by that!
    I understand Mr. Taylor has long used them to sell horses

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    Quote Originally Posted by EqTrainer
    I was rather stunned by that!
    He has 75ish now, so it's a good thing (to make room for the next 40! - )
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    I will be at Lexington. There were some *very* nice horses there last year.



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    I am considering taking a couple of geldings to the Fall sale actually. It will depend on how much training I get on them this summer. It would be nice to see them sold before winter. Both are cute sport pony/hunter types so it might be worth taking them.



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    Wow those be some cheaply priced fantastically blooded ponies and horses.
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    Originally Posted by alicen:
    What serious breeder would think that a horse at that performance level is push button? Even so, that's still a lot of buttons to push.



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    The prices are horrible.
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    Yes they are. I want Danny and Sweet Pea both. They can stay in my little apartment! I could pass em off as a dog right? right?
    Adoring fan of A Fine Romance
    Originally Posted by alicen:
    What serious breeder would think that a horse at that performance level is push button? Even so, that's still a lot of buttons to push.



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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBred View Post
    The prices are horrible.

    on the upside, the WB's are not doing much better...so the pony folks need not feel singled out

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBred View Post
    ummm

    if you are at a sale and professional handlers are there to manage your horse in the sales ring....

    USE THEM.....really

    they make the horses look and show better...really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamara in TN
    on the upside, the WB's are not doing much better...so the pony folks need not feel singled out

    Tamara in TN
    Oh, it was definitely equal opportunity.
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    Crazy to see so many cute ponies go so cheap! I guess whoever purchased those are getting a awsome deal, though a shame for the breeder all that time and effort.



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    Quote Originally Posted by belle5429 View Post
    Crazy to see so many cute ponies go so cheap! I guess whoever purchased those are getting a awesome deal, though a shame for the breeder all that time and effort.
    sometimes it's a buyers market and sometimes it's a sellers market...it can't always be one or the other (shrug)...and there has always been some "over-inflating" of prices in the horse world anyway

    as my husband said "good time to build a herd"
    but as you read the sales pages "need to downsize to (lesson program or family) " is in almost every one

    there were some I'd like to have had but then again...I got plenty I'm happy with anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by belle5429 View Post
    Crazy to see so many cute ponies go so cheap! I guess whoever purchased those are getting a awesome deal, though a shame for the breeder all that time and effort.
    sometimes it's a buyers market and sometimes it's a sellers market...it can't always stay one or the other (shrug)...and there has always been some "over-inflating" of prices in the horse world anyway

    as my husband said "good time to build a herd"
    but as you read the sales pages "need to downsize to (lesson program or family) " is in almost every one

    there were some I'd like to have had but then again...I got plenty I'm happy with anyway

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    What were the prices?

    I tuned in for one. Didn't it go for 15K? Someone was riding it.



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    There was the occasional one in the thousands but not many.
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    [QUOTE]
    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaBred View Post
    Lots of interesting sales coming down the pike by Professional Auction Services.
    and I'll be at this one

    Southeast Summer Sale
    Harriman, TN
    Saturday August 14, 2010

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    how much did Panza #129 go for?
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