Son of Valdiviani advances tot he price peak

Vivianus sold for 25,000 Euros to Sweden

Münster: 34 foals were for sale in the online auction of the Westphalian Stud Book. 26 of them found a new owner this evening. The price structure was led by the head number 4, Vivianus, who changed hands for the top price of 25,000 Euros. The most expensive foal with a pedigree predispositioned for jumping was the head number 13 Tangelina, who was sold for 13,500 Euros.

The Valdiviani/Foundation son (breeder and exhibitor: Dirk Lohmann, Schermbeck) with the head number 4 trotted to the top price of 25,000 Euros. 13 bidders fought for the bay colt. After 38 bids and an exciting bidding duel between Germany and Sweden, he changed into Swedish ownership. The strong moving stallion prospect Vivianus carries versatile performance genes. His granddam is none other than the dam of the Olympic participant Don Diarado.

The most popular foal with a jumping pedigree was the head number 11, Tangelina by Tangelo v.d. Zuuthoeve/Cornet Obolensky (breeder and exhibitor: Jürgen Sudhölter, Bielefeld). The customers invested 13,500 Euros in their new jumping prospect. The dam of this grey mare is the performance mare sport Amity, who was highly successful in advanced level show jumping competitions.

Of the three riding pony foals on offer, all could be sold to new owners this evening. The most popular among them was Dandelion by D-Gold AT NRW/Cracker Jack (breeder: Chiara Wassmann, Badbergen; exhibitor: Kathrin Wassmann, Badbergen) with head number 5. The granddam of this appealing filly gave birth to three licensed sons and ten successful sport ponies. Dandelion found her new owners in the USA for 5,250 Euros.

Three quarters of the foals on offer were successfully sold to new owners this evening. Seven of them cracked the 10,000 Euro mark. On average, customers invested 8,435 Euros in their new riding horse foal. The riding pony foals cost an average of 4,000 Euros. A total turnover of 206,000 Euros was generated.

The auction wheel of the Westphalian Stud Book continues to turn. The next online auction is already scheduled for one week from now. From June 30 to July 4, twelve embryos and ten pregnant broodmares will be for sale. The collection can be viewed immediately at Already one week later on July 11, a lot of promising dressage foals will be offered for sale before another lot of jumping foals will be offered on July 18.