139th Verden Elite-Auction

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Segantino and Broadway M achieve highest bids.

Broadway M (Photo: Beelitz/Gerstenkorn)

One day after the riding horses of the 139th Elite Auction, foals were auctioned online for the last time this year. In addition, there was a group of highly interesting two and a half-year-old dressage stallions. The best-paid foal was Segantino, for whom the final bid was 16,000 Euros. The most expensive stallion, Broadway M, cost 42,000 Euros.

Nine bidders showed interest in the beautiful Segantini/De Niro son Segantino (breeder and exhibitor: Franz Sassen, Hoyerhagen) from the renowned dam line of Juggema. He promises the very best genetics: The foundation dam also can be found in the pedigree of none other than the team Olympic Champion Desperados FRH. A new customer from the Odenwald secured the colt.

The average price of the 23 representatives of the 2022 vintage was 7,457 Euros. Eight times Hannoveraner customers from abroad had the final bid. Two foals each went to France, the Netherlands and to Spain.

Six of the 25 two and a half-year-old stallions with top dressage pedigrees will leave Germany. An average of 16,380 Euros was achieved. The collection had been put together during the pre-selection for the Verden stallion licensing. The very first stallion auctioned online achieved the top price. Broadway M by Bon Courage/Royal Classic (breeder: Britta Witte, Neuenkirchen, exhibitor: Monika Peinemann, Soltau) was worth 42,000 Euros to a dressage rider from Lower Saxony.

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