Crowds Expected for Tripoli Horse Auction

A horse auction to be held onn 13th October at the stables of Al Shaab Stud in the Tripoli suburb of Tajoura is expected to draw large crowds, according to a report from the Tripoli Post.

This will be the sixth such auction since they first started in 2008. Some broodmares and foals are expected to fetch up to 300,000 dinars ($240,000).

“We try to create as comfortable as atmosphere as possible for all of our guests and we will also commission security as a precaution,” said Dr. Aamad Ashaab, a vet and co-owner of the Al Shaab Stud.

(Source: Tripoli Post)


2 Responses to Crowds Expected for Tripoli Horse Auction

  1. Sylvia Stevens 17th January 2013 at 11:49 am #

    We are an independent film company based in London. We make films for BBC, Ch4, PBS, ARTE, NHK and many other international broadcasters. I am interested in knowing more and seeing if there is a film to be made about Equestrian history in Libya and especially the next auction. I
    would love to hear from you and learn more.

    • ahmed said 9th August 2015 at 3:30 am #

      Hi sylvia
      My name is Mr Ahmed Said i'm living in the usa and im a horse owner in Niger republic .There is a rich and cultural history of horse racing in Niger which im part of it. therefore i would like to hear from you

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