Entries can be made on-line or if you would prefer a paper copy of the entry forms, schedules and conditions of sale please click the Printable Entry Form icon on the right hand side to download a copy or please contact the auctioneers during office hours on (0)1568 619777 or Email email@example.com.
£15 if entered on-line
£20 if entered by post (Cheques should be made payable to Brightwells Auctioneers)
Unless written instructions are lodged with the Auctioneers lots will be sold without reserve.
Vendors will be charged a standard commission of 6% + VAT, with a minimum commission of £20 +VAT on sold lots. In addition a 0.75% plus VAT sales levy fund will be deducted i.e. 90p in every £100.00. Proceeds of the sale less deductions are normally forwarded to vendors 14 days after the sale.
No lot will be allowed to leave the Sale Site 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.
All horses and ponies are sold subject to veterinary examination unless sold for £400 or less.
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 £65.00 including VAT.
Vendors must check the veterinary board displayed in the Sales Office to see if their horse/pony 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. 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.
If the purchaser fails to take advantage of the sale day veterinary examination then they cannot thereafter make complaint of matters, which would have been covered by a sale day veterinary examination.
The Horse Passports (England) Regulations 2004 state that ‘after 28th February 2005 no person shall sell a horse without a passport’. It is the vendors responsibility to produce a valid and correct passport for their entry, which will be surrendered to the auctioneers on arrival at the sale ground. This passport will be given to the new purchaser or returned to the vendor if not sold.
There is no requirement for vaccinations to be up to date at this sale.
Delivery and Penning
Gates open at 8.30am on the day of sale. Each lot will be allocated an open-air pen. All sold and not sold lots must be removed by 5.00pm on the day of sale.