TERMS & CONDITIONS
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Sellers are obliged to disclose details of all vices, faults, ailments or injuries particularly sweet itch, splints, wind-sucking, box walking and all other aliments. Failure to do so will be taken as a breach of the terms and conditions of Mullingar Equestrian.
It is a condition of entry in the Horse Sales that all animals entered in the sales go through the sales ring, and that sellers state a maximum reserve price to the auctioneers on the morning of the sale.
STABLE BOOKING CONDITIONS
Stable Bookings for all events at Mullingar Equestrian must be booked through our Online Stable Booking system. All bookings are for on-site temporary stables (3m x 3m). Stables are supplied with shavings. Extra shavings are available to purchase on site if required. Athletes/Owners should bring their own buckets, hay, hard feed & cleaning equipment.
Owners are responsible for the control of their animals, eg stallions, and will be liable for any damage caused by their animals to stabling, and should have their own electric taping where needed.
Please note: ALL STABLES BOOKED FOR 1 NIGHT OF A 2-3 DAY SHOW MUST BE VACATED BY 12.30 THE FOLLOWING MORNING. Stables booked for the 2nd or 3rd night of a show may not be ready until 4.00 pm on the day of arrival.
All payments are made by VISA, MASTERCARD or VISA DEBIT through our Online Booking system. Full payment must be paid at the time of booking. There is a handling fee of 2.5% to cover third party processing of card payments. Stables will not be held without full payment.
Cancellations will only be accepted in writing to email@example.com preferably with the subject Cancellation. The deadline for all cancellations is midday on the Monday preceding the event. There will be NO REFUNDs after this deadline.
Cancellations due to illness, travel problems or any other reason, does not lead to any form of refund.
HEALTH & SAFETY
All Athletes/ Owners are asked to familiarize themselves with the Shows & Events Safety Guidelines before attending an event (See SJI, AIRC, Pony Club, etc, web sites). When everyone works as a team to assist our show safety officers it makes the show grounds a safer place for all attending.