Antique racing horses are being showcased on the Antique roadshow as they are a huge attraction to collectors.
The Antique racetrack is located in the heart of London’s West End and hosts a huge amount of horse racing.
It was opened in 1865 and has a track that was built by a German-Hungarian firm called Himmelhaus, which had to close its factory in Hungary after WWI.
The track has been closed since the 1960s but is currently being refurbished.
In 2019, the venue was taken over by an organisation called Antiques Roadshow, which organises horse races and shows.
The aim is to showcase the best in horse racing and auction them off.
The horses are displayed at the venue for two weeks.
Antique horses are not auctioned off and the owners pay a fee to the Antiques Motor Show in order to display them.
The horses are on display for two days, on Sunday and Monday, but will only be on show for the two weeks before they are auctioned.
The owners of the Antics race track have not yet revealed the details of the auction.
One of the owners, Mark Lofthouse, said the auction was “really exciting”.
“It’s an important event for the horse world, because it shows how a great breed like horse can be,” he said.
“We’re going to have a lot of horses on display.
I think it will be a lot more interesting than any of the auctions that we’ve seen before.”
Auctioneer Mark Loffthouse said it would be an exciting time for horse racingThe auction house, the Antices, has sold over 2,500 horses in its history.
It’s a fantastic time to be a horse enthusiast and we’re going for the record.
“I think there’s a lot going on, and we are definitely getting more horses than ever,” Mark Lefthouse said.
“The horses have a wonderful personality, a very interesting history and an outstanding collection.
We’re going after the record.”
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