Baborówko, 30th of September 2019 — The sport horses auction took place on Sunday, the 28th of September. The catalogue included 19 horses selected from stables all over Poland, 12 of which found new owners.
The auction in Baborówko was created to promote Polish sport horses among home and international athletes. Horses sold at previous events are successfully competing at international arenas – a good example is Chiquita, 13th in the CCI2*-S last weekend in Baborówko with the Olympian Andreas Dibowski.
“Although we did not break the record this Saturday, we are very pleased with the auction results. Many horses found new homes in foreign stables. We also received a lot of positive feedback from the buyers, and we see more and more interest in horses bred and trained in Poland,” said Henryk Święcicki jr., the director of Baborówko Horse Sale Show.
The most expensive horse of the auction was Little Cartier, sold for 95.000 PLN.
Baborówko Horse Sale Show has a unique formula, helping both the sellers and buyers. The owners have the opportunity to have their horses professionally trained by Paweł Warszawski and his team of riders. A few owners of the horses that were sold at the auction chose that option earlier this year. All horses underwent veterinary inspections in dr Maciej Przewoźny’s Equi Vet Serwis clinic.
More information can be found at: www.bhss.baborowko.pl/eng.