Organizer called me back. This is her first time doing something like this. She attends Standardbred sales, so has an idea of the logistics from those.
Fee is $125 flat. No extra commission. At this point she plans on having 3 different presentations sessions, where you would have an assigned time (one in each, so a total of three) to show your horse. You can present your horse or she has a rider who can do it. At this point, 12 horses entered. She plans to print the catalog about one week before. She will likely accept entries right up to the day, unless it is for some reason overfull, (but that's unlikely.)
Long Pond Farm First Sport Horse Sale November 13,2010 8AM to 4:30PM at 150 Kings Road Westampton, N.J. 08060 This event will be hosted rain or shine in the brand new indoor arena with excellent footing. This is a great way to sell your horse before winter and the cost is $125.00 to enter your horse and I am not taking any commission this is not an auction. Food will be provided. We will be showcasing every discipline from top of the line to green prospects to be made winners in the ring will be sold. Please call to discuss the possibilities for selling your horse at our sale. 609-234-9149 Lisa Whitman
About 12 years ago I took my horse to a similar type of sale. It was not an auction. Flat fee and a number of different "classes" to show you horse in. Rings available for the buyers to try horse in. I did sell my horse to somebody that saw him there. This was in PA.
For me it was well worth the price.
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