Eventing Family Auction

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Welcome to The Eventing Family's online auction page.

We are running a fund-raising evening on Saturday 22 August 2015 at Bicton International Horse Trials. This promises to be a night to remember, with a live band, food, bar, auction of promises as well as a slave auction (with some highly popular lots to bid on!!) 

Please browse this page and bid on some of the fantastic lots on offer.

All proceeds from the auction will be shared equally between our four charities:
  • Spinal Research UK
  • Cancer Research UK
  • Teenage Cancer Trust
  • Motor Neurone Disease Association

The auction is now closed. Winning bidders should have received an email explaining how to pay for their lot. When payment is complete, we will email you with the remaining details of your lot.


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£ 110
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Lesson with Matt Frost
£ 440
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Stud fee for Fleetwater Opposition
Temple Shoot - Wiltshire
£ 75
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Signed pair of breeches by all the jockeys
£ 215
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Up front with Will Bryer
£ 85
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Luxury Country Tweed Dog Coat
£ 220
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Devoucoux Tendon Boots
£ 400
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A day on a film set
4 weeks breaking in at Warren Farm
£ 85
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UVEX Sunnies and I-Performance Gloves
£ 310
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Coaching with Bruce Haskell
£ 170
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Two members passes for Burghley Horse Trials
£ 210
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Two signed prints of AP McCoy
£ 600
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Mary and Emily King
£ 100
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Lucinda Green Course Walk at Burghley Horse Trials
£ 70
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Uptown Eventing Cushion
£ 105
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John Le Carre signed books
£ 125
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5 bales of Haylage
£ 355
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Holiday cottage with livery
£ 150
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Custom-made bridle
£ 95
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Jump Stands
£ 230
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Ariat Outfit
£ 210
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2 Members Tickets for Badminton Horse Trials 2016
£ 90
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Lesson with Sharon Hunt
Holiday in Essaouira, Morocco
£ 60
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NuuMed Numnah
£ 150
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Liverpool International Horse Show
£ 155
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One Day of Filming
£ 60
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Annabel Brocks Headband
£ 140
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Horse Season Pass
£ 420
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Stud Fee at Grafham Stud
£ 525
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Day's hunting for 2 with the Dashing Duhallow Hunt
£ 330
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Morning at the Gallops with Sam Twiston-Davies
£ 580
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Tour and lunch for 4 at William Fox Pitts yard
£ 85
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Hiho Silver Necklace Signed by Emily King
£ 415
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British Racing Drivers Club Awards
£ 300
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Paul Nicholls yard visit
£ 130
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Stud fee for any stallion at Langaller Stud
£ 105
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The Ultimate Eventing Kit from NAF
Two Hampers
£ 55
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Brass Clencher Browband
£ 280
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Day behind the scenes at Laura Collett's yard
£ 225
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Albion KB Competition Snaffle Bridle
£ 115
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Sentomol - H–Trap
£ 350
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Stud Fee for Free Spirit
£ 80
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Bespoke Cooler Sheet
£ 200
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A week’s hire of the Activo-Med Combi Pro Rug
£ 375
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Dartmouth Winter Break
£ 135
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The Mark Todd Collection
Ballindenisk 2016 - entry and stabling
£ 585
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Skiing holiday in Switzerland
Helicopter Ride for 3 people
£ 70
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Aston Martin
£ 305
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Fire Pit
£ 240
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Ariat Coniston Boot
£ 120
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2 tickets for Countryside Day at Cheltenham
£ 145
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Lesson with show jumper Harriet Nuttall
£ 1,200
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A day's labour from Sir Mark Todd
Lifetime Membership to British Eventing
£ 150
10
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Coaching at Aston Le Walls
£ 270
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Bolesworth International Show-Jumping
£ 360
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Hog Roast
£ 330
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3 day residential camp with Lucy Wiegersma
£ 150
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Photography Workshop
£ 55
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Signed England cricket shirt
£ 350
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Pallet of Bedding
Riverside pavilion at Blenheim Horse Trials
£ 230
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The Kitty King Package
£ 510
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Winter Break in Salcombe
£ 190
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Equine painting by Rebecca de Mendonca
£ 125
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Bespoke Equine Photography Package
£ 560
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Six Nations Rugby at Twickenham
£ 870
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30ft Turn Out Pen
A day with Andrew Nicholson
£ 205
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Professional Photo Shoot
£ 40
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Another signed England cricket shirt
£ 75
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Hot Togs Bundle
£ 90
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A water treadmill session
£ 140
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Track Day - Passenger
case of Pol Roger
£ 45
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Equimins – 4kg tub of Advance Concentrate Complete
£ 165
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Day at an Event with Flora Harris
£ 75
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A pair of EquiSox Equine Compression Socks
£ 90
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A day with the Cotswold Hunt and Gregor Knox
£ 370
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XC lesson for up to 4 with Sam Griffiths
£ 170
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Morning at the gallops with Harry Fry
£ 40
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4 Ball at Padbrook Park and Country Club
£ 200
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Full set of boots and a bridle
£ 160
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Signed boxing glove by Sir Henry Cooper
£ 860
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Dinner for 4 with Harry Meade
£ 95
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10 Bales of Haylage
£ 170
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Tractor Ted Birthday Party for 16
£ 265
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3 night stay in Ireland, Dundrum Apartment
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