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Tagging Tips

*Saddles- attach tags to left side on hardware hook.  Do not place on horn.
*Books & Videos- use masking tape around edges of tag to avoid tearing original cover of book.   If using barcoded tags, do not tape over barcode.   Tape tag on back cover.
*Boots- secure a tag on the left boot.  
*Clothing- attach tags to front belt loops or buttonholes using zipties.  The size tag at the neck or waist may work as well, but the tag should be  easily visible.  If a suitable place to attach a ziptie cannot be found, a safety pin can be used.  Clothing must be on hangers.  Please hang your items so the hanger is facing to the left or in the shape of a question mark.  
*Sets or Multiple Items-  attach a single tag to the main item.  For all other other items being sold for one price as a set, use a handwritten tag with your consignor number, item number, & brief description only.   For example: on a Western saddle outfit complete with the bridle, the main tag would be hung on the left side of the saddle.  A handwritten tag with just the consignor number and item number (ie MS2367-7) and "Matching Bridle" would be attached to the bridle.  This allows us to keep sets together.
*Bits- these are securely hung on a display rack.  Bits do not need to be in plastic bags.  To measure a bit, measure only the part that will fit in the horse's mouth.  This is generally the inside corner of the shank or ring to the inside corner on the other side.  The majority of horse bits are 5" followed by 4 3/4" and 5 1/4".  Bits can range in size from 3"-7" with standard 1/4" increments.
*Blankets & Sheets- attach the tag to the front buckles if available.  Side buckles also work well.  Blankets are measured from the center of the chest to the center of the tail.
*Cleaning Tips-  Please take a little extra time to clean your items, especially saddle pads and horse blankets.  The cleaner it is, the better it will sell.  Many coin laundromats have oversized washers.  After washing, allow it to dry over a fence at the barn.  A power washer, car wash, or even a fence rail with a good rain storm also do well for cleaning, at least for the worst filth.  For odors, including barn cat, wash your items with a couple cups of white vinegar.  It does wonders at eliminating smells!  Then you can adjust your price and hopefully sell it for more.  The Equestrian Exchange does reserve the right to reject extremely dirty items or pull them until the last day and/or consult the consignor.  
*Pricing- Please understand that the Equestrian Exchange is NOT responsible for price decisions about your item, nor will we negotiate and call you with any "Make Offer".  The purpose of the discount price coding is to allow us to know your price intentions on the last sale day. For handwritten tags, write the price in black ink if you do not want your item's price changed and discounted.  Equestrian Exchange will not price barter.
*If you have any questions about tagging and pricing, please 

Next Sale!
May 8-11, 2014
Concord, NC
Cabarrus Event Center
Near Charlotte, NC

Consignor Drop Off
Wednesday May 7th
10am-8pm

Special Premier
Shopping Night
Open to the Public
$7.00 Admission
Thursday May 8th
5pm-9pm

Open Shopping
Free Admission
Friday May 9th
10am-9pm
Saturday May 10th
10am-9pm
*Sunday May 11th
11am-7pm
*Some items 1/2 off 
on last day of sale

Consignor Pick-Up
Tuesday May 13th
10am-8pm
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