New Team sets new standards

The Oldenburg stallion market was staged by the new auction team and finished with an excellent result. For 660,000 Euros, the Champion Stallion of the Verband der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes e.V. (OL), a son of Bon Coeur - De Niro - Langata Son - Pik Bube I, bred by Sigrid Schmidt from Villingen-Schwenningen/ Baden-Wuerttemberg and exhibited by Heinrich Gießelmann from Barver/ Lower Saxony, was knocked down to the Dressurpferde Leistungszentrum Lodbergen.

The new auction team, under the direction of Christoph F. Rowold, Thorsten Castle, who made his debut as an auctioneer in Vechta, Bernhard Thoben, Advisor to the Breeding Director and sales manager jumping, as well as the sales manager dressage Thomas Rhinow and Daniel Pophanken, provided a brilliant end of the Oldenburg Stallion Days. The team work delivered international top prices. And also the Oldenburg show jumping stallions set standards worldwide: The second Reserve Champion of the jumping stallions by Don Diarado - Conthargos - Lordanos - Landadel, bred by Marion Diese, Fresenburg, and exhibited by Zuchthof René Tebbel, Emsbüren, shined for 300,000 Euros. The black-brown stallion will move to an international showjumping stable in Hesse. The jumping talent is the brother of the 2018 Champion Stallion Don Tryon.

Impressive stallions stay in the Oldenburger Münsterland: The OS Champion Stallion by Conthargos - Balou du Rouet - Chacco-Blue - Lancer III, bred and exhibited by Johann Ifverson from Sweden, changes for 230,000 Euros to the Paul Schockemöhle Stud in Mühlen, as well as the second price peak of the dressage stallion, a son by Asgard's Ibiza - Rohdiamant - Donnerschwee - Furioso II, bred and exhibited by Vasco Janke, Jesteburg/ Lower Saxony. The movement king was slammed for 155,000 Euros.

"The quality of our stallion lot, which is without equal, especially in international comparison of the jumpers, was rewarded by the customers. I am pleased that both Champion Stallions were knocked down after exciting bidding duels for very good prices. For the further development of our breed, it is very pleasing that both stallions remain in Germany", sums up auction director Christoph F. Rowold.

All dressage stallions of the Verband der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes (OL) will find a new home in Germany. At the Springpferdezuchtverband Oldenburg-International (OS), eight out of 24 stallions will change to international customers. In detail, the stallions will go to the Netherlands (2), Switzerland (2), Estonia (1), Indonesia (1), Slovenia (1) and Sweden (1).

The OL stallions achieved a total turnover of 1,470,000 Euros. The average price of the licensed stallions settled at 129,400 Euro. In the non-licensed stallions it was around 23,500 Euros. The show jumping stallions of the OS Verband sold for a total of 1,574,500 Euros. Bidders had to spend an average of around 86,000 Euro for a licensed stallion. The unapproved stallions cost an average of around 16,600 Euros.

If you would like to secure your Oldenburg star for the future, then take a look at our current collection of the 2ndOldenburger Special Edition for the 7th of December at the Oldenburg Horse Center Vechta: Click here for the collection.

Please find here the auction results:

Stallions of the Verbandes der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes (OL)

Stallions of the Springpferdezuchtverbandes Oldenburg-International (OS)

Photo above: Price peak in Vechta: The Champion Stallion by Bon Coeur - De Niro. (LL-Foto)

Photo below: Price Peak of the jumping stallions: A stallion by Don Diarado - Conthargos. (gr. Feldhaus)

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