Price highlight Condivo remains in Germany

Price highlight Condivo remains in Germany

Condivo by Conthargos-Diarado

The stallion prospect from Conthargos-Diarado made the race. With a final bid of 25,000 Euros, Condivo was the price highlight of the PS online auction with 16 selected elite show jumping foals. The dam of Condivo, bred by Carsten Harms, is half-sister of the three international top horses A-Corrada/Ludger Beerbaum, Numeri/Gerrit Nieberg and D-Cassina/Maximilian Lill. She also became dam of the stallion Diassini. Condivo was secured by two well-known German stallion owners.

In the price structure with 15,500 and 15,000 Euros almost equal were the Conthargos daughter Contharga Great (bred by Rainer Berding), who was sold to the Netherlands, and the Diaron daughter Dear Annecy (bred by Wilhelm Rohlfing), who comes from the line of the Nations’ Cup winner Brooklyn under Mario Stevens. Diamond Castler (by Diaron-Colosal, bred by Herrmann Hukelmann) changed hands for 14,000 Euros.

With a total turnover of 173,500 Euros (average price of over 10,800 Euros) and five foals sold abroad, this auction of show jumping foals was worthy of its place in the meanwhile long list of successful PS Online auctions.

And it continues seamlessly. From August 13th to 16th the 3rd online auction of dressage foals, descended from the stallions of the stations Paul Schockemöhle and Andreas Helgstrand, will take place.

Further information is available at www.schockemoehle.com

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