Chacco-Blue genes particularly popular

Embryos and broodmares popular in Westphalia

Münster: Eight embryos and eight broodmares found a new owner at the Westphalian online auction today. Among the embryos, an unborn offspring of Chacco-Blue was particularly popular. The embryo, bred out of a successful dam, was sold to Mexican owners for 18,500 Euros. The most expensive broodmare was a daughter of Cornet Obolensky, who is carrying a foal by Chacoon Blue for 2023. She was worth 15,500 Euros to her new owners.

For the third time, embryos were sold in an online auction at the Westphalian Stud Book. Well-known show jumpers were the sires of the twelve embryos offered, which descent from highly decorated dam lines. For the third time, an unborn offspring of the successful Chacco-Blue aroused the highest desires. The genetic mother of the embryo with the head number 1 (breeder: Luc J.J. Poels, Rippershausen; exhibitor: Stall Breitenloh GmbH, Rippershausen) is none other than Kamilla ter Muyncken by Heartbreaker, who collected merits in CSI3* show jumping competitions under the saddle of Clarissa Hassmann Crotta. For the top price of 18,500 Euros, the Embryo changed to Mexican ownership.

The lot of embryos was completed by ten broodmares in foal to popular sires. Here, too, the popularity of the genes of proven show jumping sires was evident. The Cornet Obolensky/Lancer II-daughter Cornetina (breeder: Zhaskiv Equestrian Sports School LLC, Ukraine; exhibitor: Dr. Michael Rüping, Breitenburg) descends from the mare line of Giljandro van den Bosrand, who was successful at CSI5* under the Czech flag. Cornetina is in foal to Chacoon Blue. She was worth 15,500 Euros to her new owners from Germany.

In total, two thirds of the embryos on offer found a new owner that evening. The customers of the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch invested an average of 8,813 Euros in their new hopefuls for the show jumping ring. Three of the embryos sold cracked the 10,000 euro mark. The eight broodmares sold were worth an average of 9,625 Euros to their new owners. Three cost more than 10,000 Euros. "What started as a pilot project a year ago is now well established. We are pleased that our embryo and broodmare auction is well received by the customers," sums up auction manager Thomas Münch. The Westphalian auction carousel will continue in exactly one week. On July 11, 31 dressage foals will be up for sale. The collection can already be viewed at