Buying a greyhound at auction with Greyhound Auctions NZ is easy, safe and secure.

Register

Before you can bid on a dog you have to first register.

Your details are stored securely and we mask the names of any bids – you can see the amount bid, but not name of the person who has made the
bid.

It’s quick and easily to register – link to register.

Bid

Once you’re registered, you can bid on any current auction.

Auctions with Greyhound Auctions NZ are just like standard auctions. Each auction has:

  • A starting price
  • A reserve price
  • A specified end date and time
  • A ‘Buy Now’ price if the seller selects that option.

Auction bids have to be in preset minimum increments – for example, if the last bid was $500 and
the minimum increment is $100, then the next minimum bid is $600. These ‘minimum’ increments can be set to any amount.

As you would expect, if the highest bid when the auction closes exceeds the reserve, then the
person with the highest bid wins.

If the reserve is not met, the seller may choose to relist at a later day.

Payment and Logistics

On your account, if you are selling a dog, you need to deposit money so that your balance is in credit. When in credit, you can then run an auction, and GANZ will take out their commission when the auction is completed, AND the reserve price has been met.

GANZ will then send both parties an email and this will allow the 2 parties to arrange payment, and transport for the dog. The transportation of the dog is to be sorted between the 2 parties.  Payment and the transaction need to be agreed within 7 days.

 

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Buying a greyhound at auction with Greyhound Auctions NZ is easy, safe and secure

Since 2016, NZ racing participants have been able to use online auctions to buy and sell racehorses.  Now, Greyhound Auctions NZ brings all the convenience and benefits of online auctions to the NZ racing industry.
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How it works

About

Buying a greyhound at auction with Greyhound Auctions NZ is easy, safe and secure

Since 2016, NZ racing participants have been able to use online auctions to buy and sell racehorses.  Now, Greyhound Auctions NZ brings all the convenience and benefits of online auctions to the NZ racing industry.

Register

Sign-Up to get involved
Before you can bid on a dog you have to first register. Your details are stored securely and we mask the names of any bids – you can see the amount bid, but not name of the person who has made the bid. It’s quick and easily to register – sign up below.
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Register

Sign-Up to get involved
Before you can bid on a dog you have to first register. Your details are stored securely and we mask the names of any bids – you can see the amount bid, but not name of the person who has made the bid. It’s quick and easily to register – sign up below.

Bid

Once registered, you can bid on any current auction
Auctions with Greyhound Auctions NZ are just like standard auctions. Each auction has: A starting priceA reserve priceA specified end date and timeA ‘Buy Now’ price if the seller selects that option. Auction bids have to be in preset minimum increments – for example, if the last bid was $500 and the minimum increment is $100, then the next minimum bid is $600. These ‘minimum’ increments can be set to any amount. As you would expect, if the highest bid when the auction closes exceeds the reserve, then the person with the highest bid wins. If the reserve is not met, the seller may choose to relist.

Bid

Once registered, you can bid on any current auction
Auctions with Greyhound Auctions NZ are just like standard auctions. Each auction has: A starting priceA reserve priceA specified end date and timeA ‘Buy Now’ price if the seller selects that option. Auction bids have to be in preset minimum increments – for example, if the last bid was $500 and the minimum increment is $100, then the next minimum bid is $600. These ‘minimum’ increments can be set to any amount. As you would expect, if the highest bid when the auction closes exceeds the reserve, then the person with the highest bid wins. If the reserve is not met, the seller may choose to relist.

Payment and Logistics

Important Information to know
On your account, if you are selling a dog, you need to deposit money so that your balance is in credit. When in credit, you can then run an auction, and GANZ will take out their commission when the auction is completed, AND the reserve price has been met. GANZ will then send both parties an email and this will allow the 2 parties to arrange payment, and transport for the dog. The transportation of the dog is to be sorted between the 2 parties.  Payment and the transaction need to be agreed within 7 days.

Payment and Logistics

Important Information to know
On your account, if you are selling a dog, you need to deposit money so that your balance is in credit. When in credit, you can then run an auction, and GANZ will take out their commission when the auction is completed, AND the reserve price has been met. GANZ will then send both parties an email and this will allow the 2 parties to arrange payment, and transport for the dog. The transportation of the dog is to be sorted between the 2 parties.  Payment and the transaction need to be agreed within 7 days.