A win, win for gavelhouse.com graduate Me And You

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Having sold Me And You via gavelhouse.com Australia’s fortnightly auctions in early January Shannon Schultz is extremely happy with the Bel Danoro mare’s recent winning result at Townsville for her new connections.

“It was super cool,” commented a thrilled Schultz.

“I watched the race and saw her go straight to the lead and expected her to fade out as she usually does but she didn’t and went on to win by two lengths.”

“I was very happy for her and her new owners as I bred her myself and am so pleased that she has a loving new home where she’s obviously thriving.”

Me And You was bought by Rockhampton-based trainer Raymond West for only $700 and has returned that purchase more than 10-fold to her new connections with her recent winning cheque of $7,800.

Impressed with the online auction process, Schultz said“As far as the gavelhouse.com website goes, it is a safe option to move your horse on.”

“I had several enquiries from different trainers throughout the auction process and am pleased to see Me And You’s racing career continue successfully.”

“It’s a great platform to sell your horse, cutting out transport fees to auction houses where you run the risk of the horse getting passed in and have the expense of bringing them back home.”

Entries for the next gavelhouse.com Australia fortnightly auction close at 7pm AEDT Monday 3 April. Entry costs just $200 + GST with unreserved horses that sell for less than $5,000 incurring no commission and others just 5%. The online listing process is simple to follow with the gavehouse.com team on hand to assist or list horses on behalf and can be contacted on 03 9614 4882 or email Josh Murphy, josh@gavelhouse.com, or Shona Drechsler on shona@gavelhouse.com


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