Dunstan Horsefeeds has been a terrific supporter of the NZ Trainers’ Association for over 25 years. They generously donate a proportion of their sales of racehorse feed every month.
In recognition of their generosity, the Dunstan Trainer of the Year Trophy is awarded annually at the Thoroughbred Racing Horse of the Year Awards. The DUNSTAN Getaway Giveaway has winning trainers receiving prizes on a weekly and monthly basis. Then once a year (when Covid allows) one of these trainers will be the winner of an overseas holiday.
Dunstan’s sponsorship extends right across the equine spectrum from breeding, performance through to life-after-racing. They are 100% New Zealand owned and operated and their feeds are made in totally equine-safe manufacturing plants. Their passion incorporates all aspects of the equestrian field is a testament to this dedication.
Visit the Dunstan website at www.dunstan.co.nz to see the full range of Dunstan products and services.
gavelhouse.com’s strategic partnership with the NZ Trainer’s Association reinforces the ongoing commitment to the online bloodstock auction site and its parent company New Zealand Bloodstock has to the domestic thoroughbred industry. The Newcomer to Training Award is sponsored by gavelhouse.com and awarded annually to the trainer with the most individual winners, training in their own right and holding a licence for less than five seasons. There is a link to the leaderboard on the Ownership page.
Fortnightly auctions mean that buying and selling requirements are met in a cost-effective and timely manner while taking advantage of New Zealand Bloodstock’s extensive worldwide network and reputation for selling quality thoroughbreds with integrity.
When you list a lot for sale in a gavelhouse.com online auction, your lot will get exposure to our large database of domestic and international contacts, along with our followers on Twitter and Facebook.
By using gavelhouse.com you get to take the hassle out of the selling process by selling online. There are no expenses associated with getting a horse to an auction ground (such as transport and stabling) and you can do it all at the touch of a button from any location, at any time with no credit card surcharges for listings.
With a bargain listing fee and either no or our low 5% commission rate, we're dedicated to marketing your horse far and wide and maximising your returns from your bloodstock.
If you've got owners who want to replace a horse quickly or have people wanting to put a syndicate together quickly, you will have the opportunity every two weeks to bid on a horse available in New Zealand.
To view the latest catalogue, list your bloodstock, or place a bid visit gavelhouse.com