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Equinunk, Pennsylvania Auction Report

2 January 2009


was Re: auction tomorrow, now:  auction report

Posted by: "brockstables" brockstables@yahoo.com   brockstables

Sat Jan 3, 2009 5:56 am (PST)

Sorry I did not get to respond to this question before leaving for
the auction. Next auction is Feb. 13 in Equinunk, PA at C&S
Starts at 5:00 pm. Usually have 3 tack dealers before
horses sell.
Last night: About 15 horses there, mostly middle-aged trail horses,
a few more "expensive" horse, and two really scruffy babies (yearling
to two year old, but needing some major TLC). A morgan 2yo went for
$45. Not a lot of tack, but lots of barn supplies. Should be more
horses and tack at the next one. Still, for just 15 horses, I saw
three that were in desperate need of a good home and good care. All
of the others looked pretty good, and several were no-saled at such
low prices ($200-$800).
Also watched for a few stolen horses, but did not see anything we
recognized from fliers.



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