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AUCTIONEERS: Catalogue £4.00 Catalogue of the 44th READING AUTUMN SHOW & SALE of SHETLAND PONIES (under the auspices of The Shetland Pony Stud Book Society) 18 Colt Foals 40 Filly Foals 12 Licensed Stallions 5 Entire Males 9 Geldings 57 Mares/Fillies SHOW CLASSES to be judged at 9.00am SALE to commence at 11.00 a.m.

On WEDNESDAY, 17th OCTOBER 2012 at READING CATTLE MARKET Great Knollys Street, Reading, RG1 7HU AUCTIONEERS: 31 Great Knollys Street, Reading.

RG1 7HU Tel. 0118 950 8611 / Fax. 0118 950 5896 Email. / Web. 141 REGISTERED SALE INFORMATION PLACE OF SALE – Reading Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading, RG1 7HU situated close to the Town centre.

TRAVEL: Road – From M4 junction 11 follow the A33 relief road to Reading centre.

See location plan at the back of this catalogue.

Rail – Reading Station is within 5 minutes walking distance of the market.

First Great Western (or Thames trains) from London Paddington.

Air – Heathrow airport via Rail Air link to Reading station.

Departs half hourly. ACCOMMODATION IN READING Crowne Plaza Reading Caversham Bridge, Richfield Avenue, Reading RG1 8BD 10% discount off the best available rate at the Crowne Plaza Reading.

To book call 0118 925 9988 and quote T&S or email Hilton Hotel – near Junction 11 off the M4 Drake Way, RG2 0GQ Tel: 01189 169000 Travelodge Reading Central Hotel – nearest to the Market — Quality Inn Reading – 20min walk to the Market 4-8 Duke St, RG1 4RY Tel: 01189 58 3455 PARKING – Pay and display.

Would clients kindly note that the Auctioneers have no control over the market car park.

This is owned and operated by the Reading Borough Council who alone are responsible for the charges levied.

Horse boxes can be parked overnight if necessary by arrangement.

THE SALE WILL BE HELD UNDER COVER – all lots will be penned under cover prior to and after the sale.

Seating for approx. 600 people is available in the auction ring.

REFRESHMENTS – Meals and light refreshments are available at the Market Café.

CONDITIONS OF SALE – The sale will be held under the Auctioneers’ normal conditions of sale (at the back of this catalogue), but if there should be any variance between these and the Special Conditions signed by the Vendor, the latter shall apply.

CLEARANCE OF LOTS – All ponies should be removed from the premises on the day of sale.

However, it may be possible for purchasers to leave their stock overnight if absolutely necessary, strictly by arrangement with the auctioneers.

INSURANCE – All lots are at the risk of their purchasers from the fall of the hammer, but insurance for short or long periods, including transit, can be effected through Carriagehouse Insurance Services (Tel. 01206 337388) Fiona Gordon Clark ACII.

PAYMENT – Payment for all lots must be made on the day of sale and methods are (1) CASH, (2) BANKERS DRAFT, (3) DIRECT DEBIT CARDS such as ‘Switch’, ‘Delta’, ‘Solo’, ‘Classic’ and ‘Connect’, (4) CREDIT CARDS subject to a 2% premium charge plus VAT.

Our bankers are NATIONAL WESTMINSTER PLC, Reading Market Place Branch IBAN NO GB 29 N WBK 60172167642977, BIC Code No NWBKGB 2L (Tel.

No. 0845 6013399) .

No clearance of purchases will be allowed until satisfactory payment has been received. IF YOU CANNOT COMPLY WITH THESE PAYMENT TERMS, PLEASE DO NOT BID AT THIS SALE. PRIVATE SALES – Every lot is accepted on the understanding that it must not be sold prior to being auctioned, and any transaction resulting from its inclusion in this sale must be conducted through the Auctioneers.

PEDIGREES – Every care has been taken to ensure that the pedigree particulars are correct, but the Auctioneers cannot hold themselves responsible for any errors that should occur. PONIES FOR EXPORT – Vendors of animals sold for export must be prepared to take such animals back until such time as all the formalities for export have been completed.

However, for vendors travelling long distances every endeavour will be used to make alternative arrangements.


All lots from taxable vendors (marked with an *) will be sold on a Tax Exclusive basis and will therefore be subject to an additional 20% on the purchase price.

VAT on EXPORTED ponies can be REFUNDED after receipt of proof of exportation in an approved form.


Under the export of horses and ponies (increase in Minimum Values) Order 1973, Shetland ponies not exceeding 42” must have a value of at least £145.

This value is also attributable to any foals sold with mares.

Prospective buyers from overseas are advised to make the necessary arrangements with their shipping agents prior to sale.

NOTE: Buyers must satisfy themselves prior to the sale as to the correctness of the mouth of any pony they intend buying.

Unless otherwise stated in the catalogue, it will be assumed the ponies will have been bred by their owners.

CERTIFICATE OF TRANSFER for Shetland Ponies will be forwarded to buyers direct from the Society in due course.

The current fee for export transfers is £50.00 per pony, payable by the purchaser.


The order of sale in each section will be by age with the oldest first, but each Vendor’s consignment in each section will be kept together and their position in the catalogue will be determined by the oldest entry in the consignment. CONDITIONS/GUIDELINES FOR SALES HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SOCIETY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Ponies must not be removed from pens without the owner or his/ her representative being present.

At all Sales, if the owner is not present in person, a representative must be nominated in advance who will be responsible for the ponies.

All stock must be registered with the Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society at least 4 weeks BEFORE the closing date of the sale.

The minimum age of foals to be sold is eighteen weeks on the day of the Sale even if being sold at foot.

The foal’s exact date of birth must be stated on the entry form.

It must be emphasised that foals, unless being sold at foot, must be weaned.

This means they must be able to drink water and eat hard feed independently.

No ponies will be accepted for sale if they have undergone any form of surgical procedure eg castration, within 4 weeks of the sale date.

Owners who have had ponies suffering from an infectious disease within one month of the Sale must not present any ponies for sale.

Any ponies showing symptoms of an infectious disease such as coughing, swollen glands, high temperature or a muco-purulent nasal discharge (snotty nose) will be excluded from the Sale.

Any ponies over the age of eighteen years must have a Vet’s certificate, dated the day before the Sale, stating that the pony is fit to travel.

The pony must only be vetted the day immediately prior to the Sale.

If no such certificate is received by the Auctioneer, the pony must not be permitted to go forward for sale.

No ponies over 20 years of age will be accepted for sale.

If a mare is in foal, it is assumed it is to a stallion/entire male registered with SPS-BS.

If in foal to an unregistered stallion/entire male, the progeny will not be eligible for registration with the Society.

The covering stallion/entire male’s name and registration number and date(s) of covering must be clearly stated on the form.

In the interests of welfare, it is recommended that lactating mares are not accepted at Society Sales unless sold with foal at foot, nor should mares due to foal within eight weeks or less of the date of the Sale be accepted.

Full details of the following must be given on the entry form and printed in the catalogue : Sire’s name and Stud-Book number Dam’s name and Stud-Book number Exact date of birth of pony Name and registration number of covering stallion / entire male, if applicable.

Dates of covering must be included.

If mares have not been covered in the current season, this must be stated In the interests of welfare, working ponies of four years old or over only may be clipped.

Passports for all ponies will be checked by Society officials.

Should a passport be found to be incorrect, a charge of £10 will be payable to the Society before the pony will be permitted to go through the ring.

The Auctioneers will collect a non-refundable entry fee of £5 + VAT (£6) on every pony entered into a Society sale, which must be paid at the time of entry.

TRANSFER FEES – Please note that it is now the responsibility of NEW OWNERS to pay the transfer fees for ponies they have purchased.

The same rates apply for both members & non-members.

All transfer fees are £20 per pony.


In the case of a pony being exported, the new owner will be responsible for paying the export fee of £50 .

An International Pony Movement Certificate will be forwarded directly to the foreign Stud-Book Society concerned.

The Society would like all vendors of ponies sold for export to be present whilst the Vet completes the IPMC.

All ponies must have a Passport.

No pony must be permitted to be presented for sale unless the Passport has been received by the Auctioneer’s Office prior to the Sale.

The Passport must then be passed to the new owner for the onward journey.

The Society reserves the right to random DNA test ponies which would involve taking a hair sample.

Updated 01/06/2011 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. — Quiet filly.

Will make good ride, drive or broodmare.

Sold through no fault.

I just have too many! Easy to do.

Nice big girl.

Wasted in present home.

Height – 40”. SADDLERY, SETS OF HARNESS, MODELS & PICTURES BOOKS, MAGAZINES & STUD BOOKS The following lots are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 10% plus VAT.

Where indicated by an asterisk, VAT at the standard rate of 20% will be added to the purchase price Sale commences at 9.30 a.m.

SADDLERY, SETS OF HARNESS, etc. 201/209 210/309 310 311 312/411* 412 Miscelleneous (9 lots) 100 lots to include rugs, bridles, harness & saddles (100 lots) 13” leather saddle 13” leather saddle 100 lots to include rugs, bridles, harness & saddles (100 lots) Agri Tech Doppler BOOKS, STUD BOOKS & PICTURES 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475/477 478 479 480 481 482 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1916 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1917 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1919 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1921 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1922 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1924 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1925 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1926 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1928 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1929 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1930 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1931 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1933 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1935 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1936 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1937 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1938 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1940 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1942 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1949 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1950 Shetland Pony Stud Book, 1953 Shetland Pony Stud Books, 1955 – 1966 Shetland Pony Index of volumes ” to LXVI, 1921 to 1965 The Shetland Pony Breed Handbook, 1968 (3 lots) Framed print “Rival Distractions”, by C B Barber (54 x 45cm) Chestnut Pony’s wall plaque, framed 8 pony fridge magnets 8 pony fridge magnets Original Gerry Hart painting, “Snowy Sunset” CONDITIONS OF SALE 1.

The highest bidder for each lot shall be the Purchaser and, in the event of any dispute, the Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion either to settle such dispute or to re-offer the lot immediately. 2.

No person may advance less at a bid than a sum to be named from time to time by the Auctioneer, nor shall any bidding be retracted.

The Auctioneer may, without giving any reason therefor, refuse to accept the bidding of any person or persons. 3.

All lots are put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the Vendors, who may bid for any lot or lots, and may withdraw any lot or lots, either personally or through the Auctioneer or through any other person, as many times as they respectively may think fit. 4.

Each Purchaser shall give his or her name and address in writing (if required) to the Auctioneer at the Sale and pay the full purchase money at the close of the Sale or, if required, the whole or a portion of the purchase money, as the Auctioneer may determine, during the course of the Sale.

If any Purchaser fails to comply with any of these conditions the lot or lots in respect of which such failure is made may, if the Auctioneer thinks fit, be put up again and resold.

If upon such resale a lower price is obtained for any such lot or lots than was obtained on the first sale the difference in price shall be a debt due from the Purchaser in default upon the first sale. 5.

No lot or lots shall be removed from the premises until paid for, but each and every lot shall immediately at the fall of the hammer be considered as delivered and be and remain in every respect at the absolute risk of the respective Purchaser or Purchasers thereof, and shall be removed at the Purchaser’s expense after the conclusion of the Sale and taken with all faults or errors of description. 6.

The Auctioneers act only as agents for the Vendor(s) and are not responsible for any default by either Vendor(s) or Purchaser.

In particular, they shall not be liable to pay the Vendor until payment is received from the Purchaser. 7.

No undertaking of the Auctioneers or their employees to take charge of any lots after the sale or to forward them to their destination shall be held to impose upon the Auctioneers any legal obligation or vitiate any of the foregoing conditions. 8.

Purchasers paying by cheque must be prepared, if required, to produce a banker’s reference.

The Auctioneers reserve the right in their sole discretion to refuse payment by cheque. 9.

In all cases of transfer the original Purchaser shall be held responsible for the purchase money. 10.

The Auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw or divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion and to sell in such order as he may think fit. 11.

The Auctioneers have described the lots to the best of their ability and belief from information furnished by the Vendors who shall be alone responsible for any error or mis-statement, which there may be.

The Auctioneers undertake no liability whatever in respect of any faults, deficiencies and errors of any description, oral or printed, nor do they accept responsibility for the authenticity, genuineness, origin, age, condition or quality of any lot and all statements as to these matters whether contained in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying a statement or representation of fact.

Any intending Purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each such statement.

The Vendor does not make or give and neither the Auctioneers, nor any person in their employ, have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty in relation to any of the lots without the express instructions of the Vendor(s). 12.

The Auctioneers accept no responsibility in connection with the commissioning of their staff to bid for any lots.

Reserves and commissions given verbally or by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing before the Sale. 13.


All persons on the Auctioneers’ premises before, during or after the Sale shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and with notice of the condition of the premises and of the method of arranging lots and shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of any injury or accident which may occur from any cause whatsoever. 14.

If any Purchaser shall fail to comply with the above conditions or any of them, the Auctioneers shall be at liberty to recover in full the amount of the purchase money of the lot or lots bought by such Purchaser together with all interest, costs, charges and expenses, without reference to any delivery or acceptance of the lot or lots, other than the first delivery by the fall of the hammer, or to resell any lot or lots bought by such Purchasers, either by public or private sale, and the full amount of the purchase money at the present sale, or the deficiency (if any) arising from the second sale, together with all interest, costs, charges and expenses, shall be made good by the defaulter and be recoverable as and for liquidated damages.

Auctioneers: THIMBLEBY & SHORLAND, READING NOTE: Purchasers or their agents are requested to obtain accounts and delivery orders at the Auctioneers’ Office before leaving the place of sale and carefully to examine same.

The Auctioneers cannot be held responsible for any errors in accounts or delivery orders unless they are notified of such errors on the day of sale and before the lots are removed from the premises. INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT TO THE CONTINENT AT REALISTIC PRICES Full care taken of your purchase from the Sale Yard to your destination.

Full livery and ample stabling available.

Many years of international transport experience. OWEN JONES, NEBO STUD, NEBO, LLANON, DYFED Tel. (from Europe 0044) (0) 1974 272 653 Mobile 07768 512503 Further details and quotes, please contact: The 45th Annual Reading Show & Sale of REGISTERED SHETLAND PONIES Will be held in OCTOBER 2013 AT READING CATTLE MARKET For further information, contact the Auctioneers’ Email: or see our Website:

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