15 Sep 2021

403 Entries at the WPCS Official Sale

The Welsh Pony and Cob Society and their Official Auctioneers McCartneys are delighted to share more information about the upcoming Official sale to be held at the Royal Welsh showground.
The Sale has attracted 403 entries from the membership which will be held over two days on Saturday 16th of October at 11.00am and Sunday 17th October at 10.00am.
Saturday’s sale will offer Welsh Mountain Ponies Section A, Welsh Ponies Section B and Welsh Part breds.
Sunday’s sale will offer Welsh Ponies of Cob type Section C and Welsh Cobs Section D.
A Gelding show will feature on both days and all geldings entered for the sale have automatic entry to the show.
Catalogues are about to go to print and will be available shortly. PDF catalogues will also be available by email.
The sale will be streamed online with one camera and international bidders are encouraged to contact McCartneys to register their interest.
Jenny Layton-Mills of McCartneys said “We are excited to be offering a wealth of quality stock at this prestigious sale on behalf of the Society. We look forward to welcoming vendors, purchasers and enthusiasts to celebrate the breed at Builth”.
Roger Davies, President of the WPCS said “On behalf of the Society and its members I am delighted to see the reinvigoration of the WPCS Official sales, to be held at the Royal Welsh Showground, a fitting venue for such an important event in the calendar of the Welsh breed.’

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