1. BLS and its associates act as agents
only on all sales and are not responsible
for buyer/seller error or misunderstanding. All guarantees are strictly between
the buyer and seller. Except as provided
in our soundness guarantee, all horses are
sold "as is" without any express or implied warranties.
2. Any defects or bad habits must be
called when the horse is sold. The Billings Livestock Vet will be here to inspect
any questionable animals.
3. The commission will be eight (8%) percent of the selling price in the "February
Special Catalog Sale" and the entire February Catalog Sale event.The consignor will have the privilege to no sale or pass on
his horse. If the horse is passed out, the
cost to the consignor will be the catalog
fee plus $200 in Saturday Session, $100
in Friday and Sunday Sale Sessions Minimum commission is $30 on a grade horse,
$40 on a registered horse. Never offered
or no show fee is $100.
4. NOTICE: ONLY HORSES CONSIGNED TO THE SALE WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE SALE GROUNDS. ALL
HORSES SOLD, BEFORE, DURING, AFTER, WILL BE SUBJECT TO THE EIGHT
PERCENT (8%) SALES COMMISSION
IN ADDITION TO THE CATALOG FEE
IF APPLICABLE.
ALL HORSES MUST GO THROUGH THE
SALE RING. ABSOLUTELY NO ALLEY TRADING.
5. Data provided in this catalog is generally correct, but occasionally errors occur due to incorrect data received from
others, processing mistakes and other
causes. We disclaim liability for such errors, but appreciate their being called to
our attention.
6. Catalog fee is non-refundable.
7. Title passes to buyer at fall of the
hammer. All risk of injury to the horse
becomes buyer's risk at passing of title.
buyer agrees to release, defend, indemnify
and hold owners, managers, and employees
harmless from all losses, expenses, and
claims related to the possession, care, custody, control or maintenance after the fall
of the hammer of any horse on which he or
she is the successful bidder, whether resulting in whole or in part from their own
negligence, including but not limited to any
claims arising out of injuries or damage
caused by the horse after the fall of the
hammer. The horse will be held for buyer
until buyer makes settlement as provided.
Buyer shall immediately present himself
to make settlement if requested by auctioneer, but in any case shall present himself within thirty (30) minutes of conclusion of the sale. Buyer is responsible to
check registration and additional paperwork at time of settlement.