$200 Consignment Fee · 8% Commission · No Pass Out Fee · Soft Close · National Advertising
Optional: Robin Glenn Pedigree and Individual Advertising!
New horses/ponies listed on Wednesday evening with 4 days of preview before bidding opens. Auctions close on Sunday evenings. Consignments need to have all required material before being listed.
1. Request a consignment form to be completed electronically or print and send completed form digitally to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Send a brief description of the horse/pony including abilities, reserve price, photo and short video to email@example.com with completed consignment form.
3. After approval you need to get all the following submitted by 12pm CST the Tuesday before the sale.
a. Current Coggins (copy emailed)
b. Original papers (copy emailed)
c. Video clearly showing movement and ability (see tips below)
d. Minimum of 4 HIGH QUALITY photos showing all sides (see tips below)
e. Signed Terms and Conditions
f. Signed Fitness and Health Guarantee
g. Paid consignment fee (PayPal, Venmo, Check or Credit Card)
4. Watch us sell your horse!
a. Soft Close – Auction is open until no new bids for 4 minutes
b. We will handle securing funds from the buyer (due 48 hours after auction close).
c. You get paid within 10 days from completion of payment by the buyer.
Video Tips for Sale Horses
High quality video is extremely important when getting top dollar for your horse/pony. This is not a place to ‘settle’ and is definitely worth your time to get it right. Follow these tips:
a. Use a HIGH quality camera or cell phone
b. Keep each clip 3 minutes or less to keep file size small enough to send
c. Make sure to hold the phone or camera HORIZONTALLY – not vertically
d. Send RAW, unedited, video clips to edit and use in promotions
e. Do not add music, text, graphics, etc to video clips
Photo tips for sale horses
Selling your horse online requires you to provide high quality photos that showcase the best parts of your horse. The photos you provide will be the first impression people get of your horse, and first impressions matter. Photos are worth the investment to hire a professional if at all possible. If there is not a professional available, you can achieve quality photos with a standard smart phone camera. As experts in online horse sales, we have experienced firsthand the difference in sale prices based off of photos alone. Below are our top 10 tips for getting top dollar for your horse, through photos.
1. Action photos that grab the buyer's attention. They should be clear and again avoid distractions.
2. Getting horses ears up can be a challenge! What works great is having your 3rd helper (the runner) have horse sounds pulled up on their phone. When you play that, your horse will perk his ears!
3. Lowering the head can be done by using a stick, broom or plastic across the ground in front of them.