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Having a "BLONDE” moment? Here’s a guide to the upcoming Online sale

The British Blonde Society, May Pedigree Blonde bull and female sale will take place through a ''Timed Online Live Auction'' hosted by Harrison and Hetherington’s. Here's everything you need to know about the sale.

  • Firstly you will need to register your details on to the Harrison and Hetherington online auction page, if you have done this on a previous occasion, you will have to re-register for this particular online TIMED sale.

  • When you register, you can have a look at certain catalogues and all associated information with that sale.

  • All amounts are bid and paid for in pound sterling plus a 5% buyer’s premium.

  • Delivery/ collection of animals won will be arranged by yourselves and the vendor, this is nothing to do with either the society or Harrison and Hetherington.

  • The auction will start on Friday at 10am and finish on Tuesday.**Times to be advised**

  • Every Animal will be put on at the same time but the end of the auction will be staggered by lot number, meaning they will end at different times.

  • If there is a bid in the final minute of the specific time slot, the auction of that animal will be extended.

  • You can see what amount each animal is up to In real time and you will get a notification to say when you have been outbid on an animal.

  • To arrange payment, you will be contacted by H&H. If you do not receive a phone call on your preferred contact number then please contact the H&H accounts team. Ideally payments will be made my bacs or card payment over the phone.

  • Once a bid is placed online it CANNOT be changed, this is final and nothing can be done to amend.

  • If an animal has arrived safely and the buyer is not satisfied with their purchase, because of structural or locomotive defects, a vet needs to be called and an official vet’s note sought within 24 hours of arrival, so that a solution can be discussed. A refund or a return can only be arranged if the animal has structural damage/ locomotive issues or anything a vet seems unfit for use.

Photos and videos of British Blondes for sale will be online soon via the H&H website (This was to be online on the 29 April, but has been delayed slightly to finalise details). These can also be found on the British Blonde Facebook events page for this sale once each exhibitor post them to it..

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