Quantcast

Jerald Carts

Miniature Horse Talk Forums

Help Support Miniature Horse Talk Forums:

Kim

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 30, 2002
Messages
417
Reaction score
0
I am going to sell one of my Jerald carts, but have no idea what to ask for it. I know that they keep their value quite well, but I was hoping that someone might know what they typically sell for used in very good condition. Here are the specs:

open wheel

49" shafts

black w/ gold stripes

stirrups

cover included (but no wheel covers)

I also have a pair of 24 inch wooden wheels - does anyone know what those go for?

Thanks for any input!
 

Keri

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 6, 2007
Messages
1,698
Reaction score
1
Location
Elwood, Utah
I sold one just like you described. It was black with white pinstripping, cover & wheel covers, very good shape (the typical where in places, but overall great), 49" shafts. I sold it for $1000, but it was to a friend. I would say you could easily get anywhere from $1000-$1200. Show carts hold their value if they are in good shape.

But the only thing is shipping. I couldn't ship a show cart for under $300. So you got to take that into exception to if the buyer is from out of state.
 

Relic

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 19, 2004
Messages
3,468
Reaction score
9
Location
AB
lf your cart will fit Fossil Holly from the club will buy it from you. l called her but she's not home right now.
 

hobbyhorse23

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2004
Messages
7,805
Reaction score
35
Location
Lakeport, CA
Oh, man, sorry, that sounds like a real junker.
You'll never be able to sell it
so I'll be nice and offer to take it off your hands for, say, $300?


Leia
 

Keri

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 6, 2007
Messages
1,698
Reaction score
1
Location
Elwood, Utah
Actually sold my Jerald above for various reasons. I show A minis and the cart just seemed too big. The shafts were longer and the cart overall, was heavier. It was an older style jerald and the shafts didn't turn in as well.

But I bought a Graber show cart instead. They are built just like Jeralds, but I found this one was lighter to pull and the shafts turned in more.

But I know, I was crazy.
 
Top