Warendorf state stud stallion sire of top price foal

122,000 euros turnover at Westphalian online auction

Price statistics 79. Online Auction Foals

Münster: 28 foals were up for sale this evening at the online auction of the Westphalian Studbook. The lot included both foals predispositioned for dressage and jumping. Diamond Rose LE was the most popular among international customers. The daughter of the Warendorf state stud stallion Diamantenglanz was worth 10,500 Euros to her new owners from Great Britain.

For the second time this year, the Westphalian Studbook offered foals in an online auction. The most popular offer of the evening today had the head number 7. Diamond Rose LE is a daughter of the Warendorf state stud stallion Diamantenglanz, who has already impressed with many of his offspring at the Westphalian auctions. The bidding duel for the young mare between customers from Great Britain and the Netherlands was exciting. After 23 bids from four bidders, customers from Great Britain had the longest breath in the end. They won knockdown of the dark bay, bred and exhibited by Lara Engelmann, Kamp-Lintfort, out of the Verb.Pr.St. Synphonie Rose by St. Schufro, for 10,500 euros. There are high hopes for the future of Diamond Rose LE, who descents from the dam line of Zac Efron MT OLD, who is celebrating international successes with Daniel Bachmann Andersen from Denmark. The most expensive colt was head number 1 with a hammer price of 10,000 Euros. The son of Va Bene is a half-brother to the licensed First Diamond, who also changed hands for the top price at a Westphalian foal auction. Va Diamond P was bred by ZG Pape, Rheinberg, out of the Verb.Pr.St. Diamond Starlet by Diamond Hit. Bids for the bay colt came from four countries until the Wadenspanner stallion station won the bid in the end.

Six auction candidates had a jumping-orientated pedigree. One filly from the jumping squad cost 6,000 euros. She found her new owners in Sweden. The daughter of Donthargos/Cornet Obolensky Darcy (breeder and exhibitor: Bernd Schulze-Tomberge, Senden) descents from the dam line of the winner of the Grand Prix of Aachen, Ben.

Of the 28 dressage and jumping foals offered for sale, 20 found new owners at today's auction. Twelve of these will begin their careers under saddle outside of Germany. The international clientele invested an average of 6,100 Euros in their young hopefuls. The Westphalian Studbook thus generated a total turnover of 122,000 euros this evening. In just two weeks' time, interested parties from near and far will once again have the chance to purchase a young Westphalian talent from the 2024 vintage. 30 talents will be up for sale in the online foal auction on June 10. Just one day earlier, the Westphalian Studbook will be selling around 50 high-quality riding horses online at the summer auction.