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Alabama Horse Auctions???

Discussion in 'Horse Rescue / Adoption' started by phoenixfyre71, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. hh_ranch

    hh_ranch Registered

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    There is also an auction in Dothan, it used to be called "Rusty Guy" auction,, it used to be at the houston county farm center the first friday night at 6 pm (they started with tack, then did the horses). Here's a link to his scheduled auctions:
    http://www.rghorsesale.com/scheduled_sales.htm (he doesn't have the 2009 schedule up yet, you might want to call him before going over there)


    I havent been in a couple of years, but I guess they are still there. They used to have 100 horses or so at each auction. I used to see killer buyers over there, but the last couple of times I went I didn't notice any.

    I've seen them go over there for less than $100 for yearlings...several good riding horses sold for around $350 last time I was there. I heard rumors folks were paying $25 in some places for unbroke yearlings. This time of the year, the horses really need our help.

    Good luck, hope you find one you like!

    It's a great time of year to hit the auctions, alot of horses need a good home this time of year.
     
  2. shannon p

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    what is the name and contact info or date and time of sale . we have a third generation doc bar brude mare for sale .
     
  3. mygirl1197

    mygirl1197 Senior Member

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    This thread is from 2008.
     
  4. meljean

    meljean Senior Member

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    Used to be one in Frisco City, over in Monroe county. Check at feed stores, they usually know.
     

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