By Thomas Bach Jensen / DWB
Photography: Courtesy Blue Hors
It is important for Danish Warmblood to be able to constantly secure its contribution to the marketing of its breeders' foals. Thus, an adjustment to the current situation has led to a number of streaming auctions, the first of which takes place in June in collaboration with Blue Hors.
As it is currently not possible to predict when Danish Warmblood will next have the opportunity to host an auction in the usual ‘live’ way, the Auction Committee has been in dialogue with the Danish stallion keepers to develop a new auction concept, which is intended to secure more, smaller auctions during the summer.
Danish Warmblood is proud to unveil the first streaming auction of the year, which takes place on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at Blue Hors. “We are incredibly excited about this opportunity, where Blue Hors's Foal Championship is held on Saturday and we round off the weekend with a foal auction in collaboration with Blue Hors on Sunday afternoon,’ says Louise Ringsbo of the Danish Warmblood Auction Committee.
The streaming auctions will be held under the auspices of the Danish Warmblood and with the Danish Warmblood auction terms and conditions in place, as usual. The foals will be shown live when they go under the hammer, and this will take place either behind closed doors, or with fewer audience members than usual, and the whole auction will be streamed live. Buyers will have the opportunity to bid online or by phone.
“This type of auction is dynamic, which means that we can scale up our auctions and continuously adapt to the situation. Our first priority is to contribute to the sale of the breeders’ foals,” said Ringsbo... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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