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Marbach State Stud ‘hybrid’ auction generates excitement

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By Jean Llewellyn (press release)
Photography: Stephan Kube

The Marbach State Stud ‘hybrid’ auction is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 27, on the same day as a breeders’ beeting. There will certainly be excitement in the large riding hall when interested buyers flock to find selected Marbach offspring.

A collection of talented young horses from Marbach’s breeding and rearing, as well as from private breeders, are being carefully trained under the direction of head saddle master Rolf Eberhardt. The demand for the 15 auction horses is expected to be particularly high this year, and information with photos and videos will be provided in time for the Easter holidays on http://www.marbach.hsr-auktion.de.
From April 14 until the ‘live’ auction on April 27, HSM Rolf Eberhardt will arrange appointments with prospective buyers to test prepare, and there will be presentations of the horses in the large riding arena on two Sundays before the auction (April 14 and 21 at 1:00 p.m. CET each day).
A visit to the stud auction is not only worthwhile for potential horse buyers. It is a special experience to watch the internationally active auctioneer Hendrik Schulze Rückamp conduct the bidding duels, and the happy buyers knocking down the bid with the auction hammer. For everyone who cannot be there, the auction will also be broadcast live on www.clipmyhorse.tv.
Tickets for the auction day are available via www.diginights.com or at the box office. Your physical well-being is well taken care of throughout the day as the staff of the main and state stud are looking forward to your visit, exciting conversations, and technical discussions before and after the presentations and the stud auction... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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