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Interested Bidders Can Now Register for Intercontinental Sport Horse Auction

Wellington, FL – January 16, 2007 – Despite being rescheduled due to the equine herpes virus outbreak in Wellington, the Intercontinental Sport Horse Auction at The Ridge Farm is fast approaching its new time of 5 p.m. on February 23, 2007.

Hosted by Nona Garson, the auction is open to the public, but bidders must be registered with the Sales Management Office to bid on or purchase a horse. In order to place a bid at the auction, bidders must complete a bidder registration form (available online at http://www.interconsporthorse.com) and must be prepared to provide a bank letter of reference. The bidder registration form can be submitted via the following: Feb. 14 and before, by fax, 732-681-9379; Feb. 15 and after, by fax, 561-791-1543; or in person at auction site after Feb. 15.

Interested customers can make arrangements to view or try horses they are interested in as well, but it is necessary to make an appointment. However, bidders can also view all of the horses at a cocktail party and viewing reception that will be held two days before the auction on Wednesday, February 21, 2007.

The Intercontinental Sport Horse Auction will follow typical auction procedures, and anyone who is unfamiliar with the guidelines can find specific instructions and details online at http://www.interconsporthorse.com under “Terms and Condition of Sale.” Those interested in bidding on and purchasing a horse should come prepared with any of the following payment methods: cash, cashier’s check or personal check, payable to “Intercontinental Sport Horse Sales. However, personal checks will only be accepted with prior approval from the sales management.

In its fourth year, the auction is set to offer about 30 horses that have been handpicked from the U.S. and around the world by Garson, a renowned Olympic rider and trainer. Aside from meeting Garson’s stringent criteria, each mount must also pass a veterinarian exam with a complete set of x-rays no more than three months before the auction and a complete set of flexion tests no more than 10 days before the auction.

Interested parties will be able to view the final group of horses online, which will have breeding details, individual specifications and photos. There will be video clips available of each horse at least one week before the auction. For more information, please visit http://www.interconsporthorse.com online or contact The Ridge Farm at 732-681-4379.


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