20,000 euros for son of Diathago

20,000 euros for son of Diathago

Price Statistic 75. Online Auction Youngster

Münster: Another 21 unridden youngster were up for sale this evening at the Westphalian Studbook. With a hammer price of 20,000 Euros, a son of Diathago/Cayetano L advanced to the top price. 16 of the youngsters on offer changed hands this evening at an average price of 12,141 euros.

The young horses at the Westphalian online auction aroused international interest. It was exciting right to the end this evening. The hammer prices of the youngsters sold were in some cases doubled or tripled during the final BidUp.

All of the jumping youngsters sold achieved a hammer price of over 10,000 euros. The most expensive horse for the jumping course this evening was head number 12. Dos Mas by Diathago/Cayetano L (breeder: Petra Leusmann, Greven; exhibitor: Kim Adina Kramer, Bad Nenndorf) is a half-brother to the advanced level victorious Caju. After an exciting bidding duel between Germany and Switzerland, the bay stallion was knocked down to Baden-Württemberg for the top price of 20,000 euros. The second most expensive jumping youngster has the significant name Count on me. The son of Comme Prévu/A conto As (breeder: Konrad Böth, Weimar; exhibitor: Mika Fallenberg, Enningerloh) is a half-brother to Diacontina, who is highly successful in CSI show jumping competitions under the saddle of Christian Kukuk. He will start his sporting career in Finland at the hammer price of 16,000 euros.

This evening, a son of For Romance I/Fidertanz (breeder: Franz-Josef Wübbold, Lindern; exhibitor: Marcel Ohmeis, Dorsten) danced his way to the top of the price structure of the dressage youngsters. Fine Step descents from the dam line of Wansuela suerte, who collected gold medals at the World Championships and Olympic Games under the saddle of the famous Hubertus Schmidt. At the hammer price of 18,500 euros, the beautiful bay will begin his career in the United States. The bidding for head number 1 lasted about half an hour and after 29 bids from seven bidders, the virtual hammer fell for the brown stallion. Redington-D by Bon Joker/Chagall (breeder and exhibitor: E. Dijkema, Netherlands) will leave Germany for the hammer price of 16,000 euro.

Three quarters of the youngsters on offer found a new owner at the Westphalian Online Auction. The international clientele invested an average of 12,141 euros in their new youngster. Ten of the youngsters sold broke the 10,000 euro mark. Seven young talents will begin their careers outside of Germany.