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The WYO Quarter Horse Ranch
Have a look at the on-line catalogue for horses that will be sold in the future. The catalogues will be available in April for the sale in early April and in August for the autumn sale. IMMINENT SALE: 8 September 2018...The sale takes place at Hot Springs County Fairgrounds in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Performances at 9:00 o'clock; sale at 13:00 o'clock.
"In recognition of the contribution that ranching horses have made to the legacy of the America Quarter Horse," this accolade recognizes ranching for breeding excellent outfitters. In 1983 Bill and Carole Smith launched the WYO Quarter Horse Sale. It has evolved over the years into the country's top stadium, the Tench Brown Geldings & Quarter Horse Production Sale and there are now two annual divestments in Thermopolis, Wyoming.
Sachshewana Horse Auction | Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market
All year round the Shipshewana Horses Auction takes place every Friday. Enthusiasts of horses from all parts of the United States come to our week-long auction with riding horses, working horses, saddles, horses, ponies and tacks. Exceptional annual equestrian sale takes place on Good Friday and the day after Thanksgiving. You will need a Shipshewana Auction, Inc. to buy all horses, tacks, and cattle.
It' $1.00 (cash only) to buy a number for the first token or to get a new number ticket at the end of our two-year life cycle. It is $2.00 to substitute your ticket for losing tickets. They must be 18 years of legal age with a state identity document and a telephone number to obtain a buyer's number.
When making your shopping and making payment, please show your purchaser numbering. Conditions of sale are currency, cheque, Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Cheques will only be accept by the person whose name is associated with the purchaser number used for the sale. Payment for all sales must be made before the end of the sale.
Except as otherwise stated by the Seller at the date of sale, there is no warranties or guarantees of any kind with respect to the health or health of any pet purchased through Shipshewana Auctions, Inc. Once the sale of all pets that have been auctioned or treated has been completed, Shipshewana Auctions, Inc. accepts no further liability.
Pets are the property of the purchaser when they exit the ring. Immediately after sale, all horses should be collected. Purchasers and viewers are warned not to be cautious on the property and when selling horses in the ring. Under no circumstances shall Shipshewana Auction, Inc. or its officers or agents be liable for any accidents that may result to viewers, purchasers, horses, property, or other property damage or losses due to fire, robbery or personal injuries in any way.
As an intermediary, Shipshewana Auction strives to defend the interests of both buyers and sellers. You can bring your horses with you at any hour after 6 p.m. on Thursday until the sales period on Friday. Horses for sale at the Shipshewana Auction must have an Equine information document. When you are not able to remain and see selling your horse, you can make a brief history about your horse that will be read by the Auctioneer.
Vendor's cheques are sent by post or can only be collected from the cattle farm after the purchaser has made payment for the horses. In order to sell the staple, put it into the ring on Friday before 10:30 a.m. to sell it. Shipshewana Good Friday and the day after Thanksgiving are annual celebrations that attract hundred of equestrian enthusiasts from all over the world.
Up to 400 or more horses are on sale at these major shows until well into the evenings. For more information on these specific equestrian sales click here. There' always something exhilarating going on in Shipshewana.