Horses must be evaluated before being consigned. Horses that are not trained to the level necessary to complete a sale will need to be in training before being considered ready for sale. Horses should be able to do at least basic arena maneuvers w/t/c, stop and back up, as well as basic body control
Any owner leaving any horse for consignment must disclose any bad habits or vices of said horse.
Owners are recommended to leave a blanket/sheet for their horse, so that it can be properly fitted for sale. Grain and supplements may also be left.
Any horse that may fit the description of a “problem horse” must receive training prior to being sold. This would be an absolute minimum of 30 days before even being considered for consignment.
For registered horses, all transfers and paperwork must be ready to go for the new owner. Originals or copies must be provided.
Commission charge of 8% within 100 miles of Cedar Fort 10% if over 100 miles includes the following: Advertising and pursuing the sale of said horse. Advertisement will be done through social media, sales sites and word of mouth. Owner understands that there is no guaranteed period of time in which the horse will be sold. Owner will be responsible for care of the horse while they are listed for sale, including, but not limited to farrier work, de-worming, and veterinary expense. Training/ride time will also be the owner’s responsibility.
Additional sales and fitting service available ______Sales Prep $250 Bath Clipping Pictures Professional Flyer Edited Video. ______Boarding $250/month 2x’s a day feeding grass/alfalfa mix Supplements Daily Grooming Weekly bath (weather allowing) Daily stall cleaning Fresh water Free choice minerals ______Training $550/month All boarding features included Daily turnout Horse worked 5x’s a week