Fulminant price highlights in Vechta
The Ic premium stallion of the Verband der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes (OL), a son by Suarez - Dante Weltino - Rubinstein I, bred by Nina Sixtensson, Sweden, and exhibited by Maurice & René Tebbel, Emsbüren/Lower Saxony, was knocked down for 530,000 Euros for the Wahler family's Klosterhof Medingen. The noble black stallion comes from the Rulli-Rudilore line, which also produced the Grand Prix winners Rubin Royal OLD/Hendrik Lochthowe and Romanov Blue Hors/Hans Peter Minderhoud, NED.
The dark bay Jovian - Benaggio - De Niro son bred by Caterina Schulz-Beelitz, Behrensdorf/Schleswig-Holstein, and exhibited by Johan Ifverson, Sweden, was knocked down to a famous stallion station in Sweden for 370,000 Euros. The stallion by Foundation - Bretton Woods - Dormello, bred by Ulrich Brinkhus, Emstek/Lower Saxony, and exhibited by Antonius Schulze Averdiek, Rosendahl/North Rhine-Westphalia, moved to Schönweide Stud in Schleswig-Holstein for hardly less, 360,000 Euros.
The movement-genius premium stallion by Floricello - Ampère - Stedinger, bred by Rainer Lechl, Postmünster/Bavaria, exhibitor: Detlef Ruddat, Gestüt Gerkenhof, Kirchlinteln/Lower Saxony, was knocked down for 350,000 Euros and remains in the Oldenburg Münsterland. And the licensed stallion by Secret - Stedinger - Placido, bred by Felix Poelmann, Barßel/Lower Saxony, exhibitor: J.P. Dalsem, Netherlands, was sold to the Ukraine for 304,500 Euros.
The Oldenburg jumping stallions also set standards worldwide: The licensed stallion by Chacco-Blue - Fetiche du Pas - Darco, bred by Marc Wens, Belgium, exhibited by Johannes Heinrichs, Heinsberg/North Rhine-Westphalia, brother of the 1.60 m winner Halifax van het Kluizebos, shone for 300,000 Euros. The bay high-flyer will move to an international showjumping stable in Saudi Arabia in the future.
The Vechta auctions are the springboard for numerous successful horses of the licensing. This was also the case for the success story of the OS Champion Stallion by Cornet Obolensky - Cassini I - Contender - Narew xx, bred by Thomas Koch, Haltern am See/North Rhine-Westphalia, who was discovered at the foal auction in Vechta by Marc Idelmann from Wetschen/Lower Saxony. This champion was sold to a renowned stud in Oldenburg Münsterland for 250,000 Euros.
Half of them, 11 out of 20 dressage stallions of the Verband der Züchter des Oldenburger Pferdes (OL) will please Oldenburg friends abroad in the future. At the Springpferdezuchtverband Oldenburg-International (OS), four of 19 stallions available for sale changed to Oldenburg friends abroad. In detail, the stallions will move into their boxes in the Ukraine (4), France (3), Great Britain (2), USA (2), Saudi Arabia (1), the Netherlands (1), Sweden (1) and Hungary (1).
The OL stallions achieved a total turnover of 3,303,000 Euros. The average price of the licensed stallions settled at 186,000 Euros. For the non-licensed stallions it was about 28,000 Euros. The jumping stallions of the OS Verband fetched a total of 1,178,500 Euros. For a licensed stallion, bidders had to pay an average of about 85,000 Euros. The unlicensed stallions cost an average of about 22,300 Euros.
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Photo: Price highlight in Vechta: The son of Suarez - Dante Weltino - Rubinstein I. (gr. Feldhaus)
Photo: Price leader of the show jumpers by Chacco-Blue - Fetiche du Pas - Darco. (gr. Feldhaus)