75,000 euros for daughter of Danciero

Westphalia kicks off the 2024 auction year

Price list Westphalian Winter Auction 2024

Münster: The 2024 auction year has started in Westphalia. This afternoon, 46 young horses were up for sale in an online auction. At an average price of around 20,000 euros, 26 dressage horses and 12 show jumpers changed hands. Djamila, head number 7, was particularly popular among the customers. The daughter of the former champion stallion Danciero was knocked down for 75,000 euro. Among the jumping horses, Clinton's Highlight led the price structure with head number 41. He was worth 71,500 euros to his new owners.

The 2024 Westphalian auction season opened this afternoon with a lot of highly attractive young riding horses. Head number 7 (exhibitor: Ruppert Koppold, Aichach) advanced to the top price of the day. Djamila was very popular with customers from near and far.Nine bidders placed 81 bids for the pretty mare.Customers from the USA and Germany had the longest breath and battled it out in an exciting bidding duell. In the end, the virtual hammer fell in favor of customers from Germany at 75,000 euros. The dark bay mare is a daughter of the former Westphalian Champion Stallion and World Champion of Young Dressage Horses Danciero. Bred by Karl Kramer, Coesfeld, out of California by Cascadello I, Djamila deceents from a jumping-oriented dam line. The beautiful mare impressed throughout the auction time with outstanding movements and a great deal of power and impulsion from the hind leg. Head number 1 Viva Rose was worth 32,000 euros to her new owners. The daughter of Viva Gold/Sir Donnerhall I (breeder: Marion Jennissen, Versmold; exhibitor: Eliana Rebmann-Müller, Switzerland) impressed with outstanding rideability and very good gaits. After 42 bids from nine bidders, the virtual hammer fell for this mare, who still has a great future ahead of her.

In the second part of the auction, the jumping riding horses were up for sale. Clinton's Highlight (breeder: Rudi Staab, Wathlingen; exhibitor: Juliana Schmitz, Celle) became the top price here. The son of Clinton's Heart/Satisfaction I can already impress with victories and placings in tests for young horses. Equipped with boundless ability and an excellent jumping manner, the gray stallion impressed right from the start. The licensed stallion successfully completed his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf last year. This young star was worth 71,500 euros to his new owners from Germany. Two other show jumpers came to the 40,000 euro mark. Head number 42 will be traveling to America. The talented son of Conthargos/Chacco-Blue (breeder: Gestüt Lewitz, Steinfeld; exhibitor: Alexander Grewe, Horstmar) was worth 40,500 euro to his new owners. Conchacco presented himself with outstanding willingness to perform throughout the auction time. Descending from a promising dam line, this five-year-old gelding has a great future in show jumping ahead of him. Chloé du Verron (exhibitor: Gugler Sport Horses GmbH & Co. KG, Chiemig) was even worth 43,500 euros to her new owners from Germany. The gray mare descents from the direct dam line of the CSI 5* successful Premier de la Vallee. She is a daughter of the legendary sire Cornet Obolensky. Bred from a mare by Kannan, she has a jumping pedigree that could hardly be more promising.

In total, 80 percent of the riding horses on offer this afternoon found a new owner at an average price of 19,566 euros. The international clientele invested an average of 17,580 Euros in the 26 dressage horses sold. The 12 jumping candidates sold at the auction cost an average of 24,542 euros. In total, the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch turned over 743,500 euro this afternoon. 13 of the auction candidates sold will continue their careers outside of Germany.

The Westphalian online auctions will continue tomorrow evening.20 unridden youngsters will be for sale from 7.30 pm at onlineauction.westfalenpferde.de.