Meet the team
Brightwells equine department has a vast experience and understanding of the equestrian industry enabling the team to provide a service of the highest possible standard as it operates across the entire equestrian world.
Andrew has been a part of the equine team at Brightwells since 1992, and is actively involved in the co-ordination and selling at most of the horse and pony sales that Brightwells conduct. In addition he is also largely responsible for the equine valuations that are undertaken on behalf of clients.
Associate, Head of Welsh Pony & Cob, and Standardbreds
Has been with Brightwells since 2001. Catryn now runs the Welsh Pony & Cob Section of the Equine Department and looks after the Standardbreds (Pacers & Trotters). With a background in Welsh Ponies & Cobs she enjoys the challenge of cataloguing 1000s of Welsh Ponies and Cobs each year and conducting the Stud Sales on behalf of private stud owners.
Sport Horse Sales Organiser and Selector
Sarah joined/first came to Brightwells in 2011 during her placement year at Harper Adams University. She graduated in 2013 with a BSc(Hons) in Rural Property Management, and returned to work full time for Brightwells Equine Department. Sarah is now responsible for coordinating and selecting Sport Horses for the Elite Dressage and Show Jumping sales held at Addington Manor and Aintree EC.
Darren has worked in the livestock markets and horse department for twenty odd years, so knows just about everyone who buys and sells with us. He is responsible for collecting the monies and helping paying out the sellers.
Derek runs the team of hands who help set up the sales and provide all the facilities for our customers to enjoy at our events. He is in his fiftieth year at the company in 2016, so has a wealth of experience for handling these sorts of sales.
Auctioneer and Valuer FRICS FAAV
It is with great sadness that we write with the news that Frank Morgan has recently passed away. Frank had worked for the company for a touch under 54 years, when he retired at the end of December. He reached into many of our departments and had been a company director, so was well known across the firm, and across Herefordshire society, especially in the north of the county.