16.500 Euros for premium pony stallion

Riding pony youngsters finish Westphalian auction year successfully

Price statistics of the 39. Westphalian Online-Auction for riding pony youngsters

Münster: 15 young riding ponies were up for sale in the final online auction of the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch in 2021. The young ponies enjoyed great popularity among the customers. A licensed premium stallion by DSP Cosmo Royale/Chantre B danced to the top price of 16,500 Euros. A total of 13 ponies changed hands at an average price of 9,481 Euros. This means that the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch successfully sold 820 riding horses, ponies, youngsters and foals this year.

The last Westphalian online auction of 2021 was dedicated to the riding pony youngsters. 15 promising young ponies were for sale. The top price of 16,500 Euros was achieved right away with the head number 1 Choco Royal (breeder: Hans Bockholt, Steinfurt; exhibitor: Danica Duen, Bad Oeyenhausen). The son of DSP Cosmo Royale/Chantre B already convinced at the Westphalian Main Licensing for Small Horse Stallions a few weeks ago. There he not only received the positive licensing approval, but was also awarded a premium title. The bay stallion descends from one of the most successful Westphalian dam lines. His dam was once herself 2nd Reserve Champion of the Westphalian Elite Show. The young stallion has found his new home in Germany.

Three other riding ponies cracked the 10,000 Euro mark. The licensed Dating AT NRW/Vincent son Der Hit with the head number 3 (breeder and exhibitor: Adolf-Theo Schurf, Bedburf) travels to Great Britain. This stallion also presented himself in top form at the licensing. He descents from the successful dam line of Dimension AT NRW. His dam St.Pr.St. Velina was the Champion Mare of the Westphalian Elite Show in 2013. Der Hit changed to British ownership for 15,000 Euros. A truly special son of A new Star I NRW/Der feine Lord AT is A special one (breeder: Martin Vieth-Brehe, Ahlen; exhibitor: Udo Wagner, Hamburg). The licensed premium stallion carried the head number 2 and descents from the direct dam line of the former Champion Stallion Cocktailzauber. He was worth 13,000 Euros to his new owners. Customers from Germany also invested 13,000 Euros in head number 11. Designer by Designed in Black AT/Merlin (breeder: ZG Sturm, Genthin; exhibitor: Adolf-Theo Schurf, Bedburg) also received a positive licensing approval at Münster-Handorf at the end of November.

Of the 15 riding ponies offered, 13 could find a new owner this evening. Three of the young ponies will be at home abroad in the future. On average, the customers had to invest 9,481 Euros in their new riding pony. "The auction of the riding pony youngsters formed a worthy finale of the highly successful Westphalian Auction Year 2021," summarised Auction Manager Thomas Münch. "With the conclusion of the auction, we have sold 820 riding horses, riding ponies, youngsters, stallions and foals this year with a total turnover of around 17.6 million. This means that we have been able to increase the auction turnover from last year by about 6 million Euros," Thomas Münch proudly concludes the auction year.

There is no long break for the Westphalian auction team. The collection for the 2022 Winter Auction on 23 and 24 January is already in the starting blocks. The auction catalogue as well as the schedule can be viewed at westfalenpferde.de. The videos of the auction candidates will be published at onlineauction.westfalenpferde.de before Christmas.