Ray White bolts out of the gates with first horse auction

Ray White bolts out of the gates with first horse auction
Ray White bolts out of the gates with first horse auction

Ray White will complete its first ever horse sale with an event on the mid north coast of New South Wales this weekend.

Around 400 horse enthusiasts are expected to attend the three-day Ray White EPIC Horse Sale event at Kempsey Showground to bid on the 80 registered stock and quarter horses.

There will be 38 mares, 40 geldings and two stallions for sale at the event which commences on Friday with a campdraft and concludes on Sunday with the auction.

The move marks the firm’s latest diversification move after prior expansions into commercial real estate, hotel sales, livestock, rural property and marine transactions.

Chairman of Ray White rural and livestock, Paul White, says the event is a natural evolution for their growing rural and livestock network of agencies across Australia.

“Horses have long been important for stock management in Australia, and this sale is a fitting evolution for our rural sales activities,” White said.

“[Event organiser, Ray White Rural Kempsey principal] Mark Haywood has shown a great deal of initiative to bring the EPIC horse sale to life. We have no doubt it will be a huge local success.”

Pre-works commence Saturday 18 March at 1pm and the horse sale will run from 10am Sunday 19 March.

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