Bavaria conquers Vechta
The Ic premium stallion of the 11th Oldenburg Saddle Licensing Scotland Yard, born 2019, by Secret out of Elfenwald by Fürst Romancier - De Niro - Rohdiamant, bred by Wilfried Fleming from Löningen/Lower Saxony and exhibited by Tai Trading Agency GmbH, Austria, is the price highlight. The black stallion fetched 280,000 Euros under his excellent trainer David Taylor and moved to a successful Grand Prix rider in Southern Germany. Scotland Yard was discovered at the Elite Foal Auction in Vechta and comes from the famous Elfenblume dam line like the Grand Prix winning star sire Depardieu.
Second price highlight was Secret's Hit, born 2019, by Secret out of Weisssilber by Sandro Hit - Rubinstein I - Inselfürst, bred by Marco Trier, Schlitz/Hessen, and exhibited by Hans Henning Grönwoldt, Schleswig/Schleswig-Holstein. Secret's Hit also moved to the renowned dressage stable in Bavaria for 165,000 Euros. The black stallion comes from the famous Weissena dam line, just like Weihegold OLD/Isabell Werth and shooting star Total Hope OLD/Isabel Freese.
The Champion Stallion of the Oldenburg Saddle Licensing Krokant, born 2019, by Kremlin MD out of Bella Blue by Bvlgari - Samarant - Weltmeyer, bred by Wilhelm Klausing from Diepholz/Lower Saxony, moved to Denmark for 160.00 Euros.
In the dressage collection of the elite auction, Tip Top, born 2019, by Toto Jr. out of Fabiola by Benicio - San Amour I, bred by Dr. Lioba Schreckenberg, St. Augustin/North Rhine-Westphalia shone as the price leader. For 146,000 Euros, the young stallion will move to the United States of America. Tip Top comes from the famous Fackese dam line as well as the Grand Prix winner Fackeltanz OLD from the Olympic dressage stable Max-Theurer.
The most expensive horse of the jumping lot in the Oldenburg Horse Centre Vechta was the modern and powerful jumping mare Kannan's Girl, OS, born 2016, by Kannan out of Cassinis Lady by Cassini II - Lavaletto, successful in 1.20 m courses. For 37,000 Euros, the high-flyer from the breeding of Henning Kranz from Rethem/Lower Saxony moved to Sweden.
The interest of international customers in Oldenburg elite horses was again overwhelming. More than half of the collection was sold to Oldenburg friends around the globe. Customers from the USA (7), Sweden (4), Switzerland (3), Costa Rica (1), Denmark (1), France (1), Great Britain (1), Colombia (1) and Mexico (1) will be riding talented Oldenburg horses in the future.
The total turnover of the Spring Elite Auction was 1,674,000 Euros. The average price settled at around 48,000 Euros.
Photo: Price highlight Scotland Yard by Secret. (OLD Art)
Photo: Price highlight of the dressage horses is Tip Top by Toto Jr. (Old Art)
Photo: Price highlight of the jumpers is Kannan’s Girl by Kannan. (OLD Art)