Dutch Dressage Stable Purchased Hanoverian Price Highlight (video)

Dutch Dressage Stable Purchased Hanoverian Price Highlight (video)

The collection of the Winter Auction of the Hannoveraner Verband featured 100 horses.

The extremely typey First Class was a real class act and sold at Euro 46,500 to the Netherlands. Other customers paid more than Euro 40,000 for Gitano. The horse with the Rhenish brand was sold at Euro 42,000 and will move to his new home with a regular customer from Hamburg. Euro 12,620 was the average price paid for the riding horses.

Stunningly beautiful, dark brown and brilliantly moving * this is how First Class by Florencio I/Regazzoni (breeder: Heinz Otte-Krone, Stemwede, exhibitor: Axel Windeler, Verden-Walle) showed up during the whole auction time. And her many positive properties did not remain unrecognized with the customers: The six-year-old mare was sold at Euro 46,500 and will find a new home in the Netherlands. Also a popular candidate: Gitano. The five-year-old gelding by Gribaldi/Fidermark whose passport was issued by the Rheinisches Pferdestammbuch (breeder and exhibitor: Gerhard Kieffer, Ruppichteroth) was sold at Euro 42,000 to a customer from Hamburg. Two more auction candidates were in the focus of interest: The willingly moving Flavius by Florencio I/Rascalino (breeder: Peter and Tanja Fries, Northeim, exhibitor: Zuchthof Fries, Northeim) changed at Euro 28,000 to Schleswig-Holstein after an exciting bidding duel. Sveta by Stakkato/Chasseur I was the most popular jumper of the collection. Her breeder Frank Depenau from Uetze is a loyal exhibitor at the Verden auctions. His five-year-old, sporty Sveta will start her career at Euro 28,000 in Hessen. Sales were characterized by a sound pricing structure: 20 horses were sold at prices between Euro 11,000 and Euro 14,999, 25 horses at prices between Euro 15,000 and Euro 24,999, and more than Euro 25,000 was paid for five auction horses.

70 Hanoverian horses will stay in Germany, 30 will leave the country to travel to 13 different nations. Canada and the Netherlands head the sales statistics with each five purchases. Auction Manager Jörg-Wilhelm Wegener summarized: “This was a fantastic collection with an all-round quality. And it was a quite familiar atmosphere. The customers remain faithful with the Verden auctions, and this is certainly a fantastic recognition for our work. I am very happy.”

Next sales highlight in Verden will be the 130th Elite Auction on April 11 and 12.

Check the video clip of First Class HERE

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