Westphalian riding pony stallion market

Champion stallion sold for 32,000 Euros

Price Statistics Westphalian stallion sale for riding pony stallions

Münster: 14 licensed and 8 non licensed riding pony stallions were for sale at the Westphalian stallion market for riding pony stallions. These included the champion stallion of the riding pony licensing and two other premium stallions. The champion stallion of this licensing became the celebrated prize peak. The son of Cosmopolitan D NRW/Hesselteichs Golden Dream was worth 32,000 euros to his new owners.

For the second time, the Westphalian Studbook organized an OnLive stallion sale for licensed and non licensed riding pony stallions following the small horse licensing. 22 auction candidates were up for sale in the high-quality lot. 14 of them had previously been awarded the title "licensed". Unlike usual at the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch, auction and breeding manager Thomas Münch did not swing the hammer himself. He was unable to attend this event due to an illness. It was therefore a pleasure for retiree Bernd Richter to return to his former place of work and auction off the riding pony stallions in his usual skillful manner.

This riding pony stallion sale kicked off with a very special representative of the 2021 vintage, who had just been celebrated as the champion stallion of this riding pony licensing. The son of Cosmopolitan D NRW/Hesselteichs Golden Dream (breeder and exhibitor: Simone Visser, Dentlein) presented himself with a lot of style and charm on all days of the licensing. He impressed spectators and the licensing committee with his quality of movement. In the end, the beautiful chestnut stallion was worth 32,000 euros to his new owners.

Nonplusultra was the significant name of the second most expensive riding pony stallion of the day. The son of Numero Uno NRW (breeder: Chriatiane Wilbers, Weeze; exhibitor: Josef and Christiane Wilbers, Weeze) is already the fourth licensed son of his dam, the St.Pr.A. FS Coco Cherie by FS Coco Jambo. He was knocked down to customers in the hall for 23,000 Euros.

A premium stallion was for sale with the son of Dating AT NRW (breeder: Ingrid Schmidt, Soest; exhibitor: Adolf-Theo Schurf, Bedburg). His dam St.Pr. Djamina Mia by Danny Gold was once ranked in the final ring of the Westphalian Elite Show. Numerous highly successful sport ponies originate from this elite dam line. He found his new owners in the Netherlands at the hammer price of 19,500 euros. A licensed son of Genesis BL/Genesis B (breeder and exhibitor: Alexandra Dillenberger, Großmaischeid), who entered the auction hall with the name Grand Cru K, was also worth 19,500 euros to his new owners. With Dorniks Diamond and Der kleine Prinz, two further sons of this dam have already been licensed.

Among the non licensed stallions, a son of Dimaggio Black/Fidertanz (breeder: Simone and Thomas Visser, Dentlein; exhibitor: Simone Visser, Dentlein) was particularly popular. The dark bay was presented this weekend for the small German riding horse breeding program. At the hammer price of 9,000 Euros, customers who bid on site in Münster-Handorf can be delighted with a promising young horse.

Of the 22 young stallions on offer, 15 changed hands that afternoon. On average, the international clientele invested 17,032 Euros in the licensed riding pony stallions and 7,214 Euros in the non licensed stallions. In total, the Westphalian Studbook turned over 186,750 euros today.