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Delicious Dancer the outstanding 3 year old gelding by Dreseman and out of a Verband State Premium daughter of Sandro Hit was always going to create international interest with his exceptional movement and ride ability. The Russians, who were assisted by Brightwells Ukrainian translator, proved too strong for the Italian under bidders sitting in the sales ring and secured the wonderful chestnut; ... read more
Selection of classic cars sold at auction.
The usual huge; ... read more
509 of the 665 (76%) Welsh cobs, ponies of cob-type and Welsh Part-breds offered on the Brightwells Autumn Cob Sale at the Royal Welsh Showground on October 19, 20 and 21 sold for a Sale total of £459,160 averaging £908 which is the highest average for the last five years boosted by the inclusion of 43 Welsh cobs from the famous Thorneyside Stud which realised a staggering £151,000 i.e. an; ... read more
379 of the 447 lots catalogued attended and of these 289 (76%) sold for a total of £36,934 averaging £128. It is usual to have a higher Sunday average (sections A,C,D and part-breds) than Saturday (section A,B and part-breds) but this year both days also produced averages of £127 - £129, with a Saturday grass ring average of £143 and Sunday grass-ring £151. Exports accounted for 27, 8 each to; ... read more
A packed Sale Ring at Saturday’s Sale, no doubt attracted by the Major Reduction Sale of the prize-winning Mara Herd for Bob & Margaret Borwick, saw a total clearance of the females on offer.
The first females through the Ring were the small offering of Show Heifers and the top price of 3,600 gns. was paid for the two year old incalf heifer, Romany 1 Dawn A84 H38 bred by J.R.B. Wilson &; ... read more
The Fourteenth annual sale for the Club was held on Tuesday 2nd October. In the pre-sale show the judges Mr A Campbell, Argyll and J Herdman, Alnwick awarded the Championship to J Thomas & Son Tanhouse for their Ram lamb Tanhouse E11 sired by A3 Old Hemley out of a N1 Tanhouse this lamb later went on to sell for 850gns to VB Rees, Haverfordwest.
The Reserve Championship went to the first; ... read more
312 of the 465 Welsh ponies sections A and B and part-breds offered at the Brightwells 59th Fayre Oaks Sale on the Royal Welsh Showground sold for a total of £205,778 averaging £660 which was higher than last year’s average of £650 and only slightly down on the 2010 average of £671.
29 ponies were sold to Holland, 17 to France, 5 to Spain, 2 to Germany and one to the U.S.A.
This is the first time; ... read more
Brightwells are pleased to report a very successful sale of Beulah Speckled Face Rams on behalf of the Eppynt Hill & Beulah Speckled-face Sheep Society on September 25th 2012 at Builth Wells Market.
Following on from the record breaking ewe sale records were again broken when DE & G Davies & So, Llwynpiod, Garth set a new ram sale record selling their first yearling in the ring at; ... read more
Even the worst September storm for 30 years couldn’t keep the crowds away from Brightwells in Leominster on Wednesday 26th September to see some 140 classic cars and motorcycles come under the auctioneer’s hammer. Over 1,000 people braved the sodden roads to the salerooms and by the end of the day over 77% of vehicles had found new owners in a sale which grossed over £1.3m.
There was no doubt; ... read more
The entry of 637 rams and ram lambs sold to strong competition throughout the sale for the rams, with buyers certainly willing to pay good money for the strongest and best conformation rams. The ram lambs were a more selective trade, with the better quality lambs meeting keen demand. The rams were sold to purchasers from Holland, Ireland, Scotland and all parts of Wales and England.
Topping the; ... read more
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