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    Default Where is the best place to sell?

    Where is the best place to try and sell second hand carriages and harnesses? My boss has quite a few and wants me to sell them. I have a bit of an ebay phobia but wondering if there is a driving club (type thing) site to advertise them?

    Any tips.....
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    A lot of equipment seems to move on dragon driving
    http://www.dragondriving.co.uk/

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    Brilliant, thanks!
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    If you'd like to drop me details I might be interested in something....

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    DITTO.... I know a lot of people looking at the moment.

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    www.carriagelink.co.uk
    british driving society
    HDTA and IHDTA maybe?
    Look for Angie Fry on Horse Chit Chat FB, she wheels and deals stuff and is on the lookout for carriages.
    Also post them on Horse Chit Chat, there's a lot of kids on there but a few more low key dealers that may be interested and most seem to be midlands based.

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    Carriage Driving magazine is a good one as well

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    local driving groups have their own pages too that are good, does she have anything suitable for a 14hh pony? btw definatly want the neck hood and can paypal as soon as the pm system is back up and working

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    Quote Originally Posted by bramblesmum View Post
    local driving groups have their own pages too that are good, does she have anything suitable for a 14hh pony? btw definatly want the neck hood and can paypal as soon as the pm system is back up and working
    thats cool!!

    I know he has 4 carriages, and at least 2 sets of harness, will find out details asap!
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