137. Verden Elite-Auction online - October, 10th

St. Felice in luck

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The exciting final of the 137th Elite Auction had a spectacular result. After the "Bid Up" which lasted over 90 minutes, the mare St.Felice was sold for 205,000 Euros. The auction lot of the 40- dressage and 20 jumping horses brought the average price to 29,900 Euros.

190 bids increased the auction time for St. Felice by St. Schufro/Fürstenball (breeder: Patrick Seefeld, Neustadt) by three minutes again and again. Finally, the finalist of the Hannoveraner Riding Horse Championships, who received the optimum score of 10 for rideability at her mare performance test, was auctioned off at 205,000 Euros. The impressive Hannoveraner premium candidate will move into a box in Austria.

While the bidding duel for St. Felice continued, Cornflake PJ by Carridam/Loredo (breeder and exhibitor: Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen) moved up to the top position among the show jumping talents. The licensed and tested chestnut stallion was worth 41,500 Euros to a renowned training stable in Lower Saxony.
20 horses will leave Germany. Four Hannoveraner horses will travel to the USA, two each to France, Austria, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

Saffron by Secret/Hohenstein (breeder and exhibitor: Peter Bösch, Rhade) had a special bidding duel at the two and a half year old stallions. As a final offer, the athletic black stallion, who is equipped with outstanding basic gaits, was auctioned off in a separate auction, because of a lack of clarity about the biddings. In future, he will be trained in France for 52,000 Euros. Whoever wanted to own one of the 24  representative of the 2018 vintage had to spend an average of 18,458 Euros

The Verden auction offered the right horse for every buyer. After the riding horses and the young sports stallions, foals were auctioned off in the Niedersachsenhalle for the last time this year. The performance of Dream of Heart was fantastic. The son of Damsey/Quaterback was born in Hessen (breeder: Pferdezucht Vilhard GbR, Brombachtal) sold to the Danish stallion station Blue Hors for 51,000 Euros. The average price of the 21 foals was 10,107 Euros.