Autographed Sports Bag from 1970 World Championships to be Auctioned for Charity
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ANKUM, Germany, Nov. 28, 2017–A souvenir sports bag signed by 80 dressage and jumping riders at the 1970 world championships is being auctioned at the annual P.S.I. auction this weekend for the benefit of the charity “Riding Against Hunger.”
Signatures from 57 riders from around the world are identifiable, though not by country. Many of the riders from 1970 have since become icons in dressage and jumping, some multi Olympic and championship medalists.
The unique souvenir from the championships at Aachen, Germany was provided by Dr. Werner Willhelm of Essen, Germany and can be bids can be made here
The 57 identified signatures: Gunnar Anderson, Hugo Arrambide, Sigfried ‘Bimbo’ Peilicke, Ilsebill Becher, Kurt Capellmann, Frank Chapot, Gerhard Brockmüller, Horst Köhler, Wolfgang Müller, Berthalan de Nemethy, Joe Fargis, Gisela Franken, Karl-Heinz Giebmanns, Lutz Gössing, Gabriela Grillo „Puppa“, Maria Günther, Paco Goyoaga, Wolfgang Haug, R. Hunna-Martin, Tove Jorck-Jorckston, Grete Knud-Larsen, Fritz Linsenhoff, Liselott Linsenhoff, Lorna H. Johnstone, Manfred Kloess, G. Kierkegaard, Herbert Kuckluck, Kathy Kusner, Bernd Kuwertz, Diana Mason, Graziano Mancinelli, Edith Master, Willibert Mehlkopf, Lutz Merkel, Herbert Meyer, Nelson Pessoa, Gustav R. Pfordte, Evi Pracht, Hans Pracht, Anneliese Schauerte-Küppers, Peter Schmitz, Paul Schockemöhle, Willi Schultheiss, Sönke Sönksen, Neal Shapiro, Hugo Simon, N.S. Slöör, Hendrik Snoek, Rosemarie Springer, Bill Steinkraus, Louis Stephens, Christina Stückelberger, George Theodorescu, Inge Theodorescu, Fritz Thiedemann, Traven, Arndt Wiebus.