Equine appraisals

Both Sarah and Miranda are qualified equine appraisers, which serves as a huge advantage in getting the best for your budget. For those in search of an official appraiser: we follow ASEA (American Society of Equine Appraisers) guidelines, to ensure you receive the most thorough appraisal reports. When appraising horses, the acquisition of comparative sale prices can be difficult, and clients are assured that the appraisal services offered by European Horse Trade are delivered by a highly experienced appraiser with significant background in the horse business.

As part of the continuing education requirements, we completed an intense course in equine appraisal studies and its exams. As markets are constantly changing continued education for an equine appraiser is key.

The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) is the set of generally accepted standards for professional appraisal practice in North America. USPAP contains standards for all types of appraisal services. USPAP compliancy is an important credential, we ensure that the document meets all USPAP ethical and performance obligations.

This includes:

  • Seeing the horse.
  • Conformation pictures and video.
  • Background research: pedigree, competition and breed show records, veterinary records.
  • Comprehensive appraisal report.