Two auctions in one day
Great results for the 51. Spring Elite auction in Münster Handorf
For the first time the Studbook hosted an international show jumping auction. The collection included seven internationally successful show jumpers and one dressage horse from a Luxembourg fund. After an exciting bidding duel, the ten-year old gray mare Velvet Brown was sold for 266,000 € . The For Pleasure / Concerto II daughter has won and placed already in international jumping competitions up 1,50 m. Overall, the turnover for those seven horses was 678,000 € (average per horse: 84,750 Euro).
The Elite auction also showed a satisfying result. Bidders from Europe, America and Asia had strong interest in the collection of 32 young jumpers and dressage horses as well as 25 seleceted foals. The most expensive horse with 130,000 euros was the five-year old dressage mare Rita v. Ribery Gold / Royal Angelo(Zuchtgemeinschaft Bold from Rheinberg). The second most expensive horse was the the five-year chestnut mare Vision was (bred by Hubert Herdering, Legden) she was sold for 82,000 € to England. The most expensive showjumper of the collection wasthe five-year Quite Capitol / Baloubet du Rouet son, Quite Balou, he sold for 39,000 €.
The highest priced foal was the dark brown colt, Bowler Hat v. Borsalino / Ampere bred by Heinz Fockenberg, Bottrop. He sold for 26,000 €.
The total turnover of the spring elite-auction was 1.081,900 € ; 878,000 euros for riding horses (average price: 27.438 €) and 203,900 euros for foals (average price: 8.156 €).