Foal price top for 79,500 Euros into Olympic hands

Foal price top for 79,500 Euros into Olympic hands

The first bid at the Schockemöhle/Helgstrand International Online Foal Auction was the subject of a bidding duel, which was only decided when the final bid reached a record-breaking 79,500 Euros – in favour of the Austrian Dressage Olympic Champion, Sissy Max-Theurer. The movement-opulent colt Brandtbjergs Fiji, descending from the reigning Bundeschampion and two-time Oldenburg State Champion Fynch Hatton, goes back on the maternal side to the line of Don Romantic.

The second dressage prize highlight was the Totilas daughter Tonight’s Symphony, who was worth 30,000 Euros to customers from Germany. With a hammer price of 29,000 Euros, Brix Fridaye, a son of Franklin out of a Revolution dam, whose dam line already produced numerous internationally successful dressage horses, was only slightly “cheaper”.

The filly She’s Perfect will grow up in Sweden. The daughter of the Oldenburg Reserve Champion Stallion and Danish Premium Stallion So Perfect went under the virtual hammer for 22,500 Euros.

The most expensive jumping foal cost 18,500 Euros: Coonando (by Chacoon Blue) shares the dam line with the jumping star Diavoltan OLD.

The total turnover for the 21-strong collection of outstanding young talents was 382,000 Euros. The average price of the eleven dressage foals was 23,227 Euros, that of the ten jumping foals 12,650 Euros.

After the auction is before the auction. Currently, preparations are already underway for the next Schockemöhle/Helgstrand International Online Foal Auction, which will be held in August of this year.

 

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