45,000 Euros for Zoom son
Exciting bidding duels for Westphalia's youngster
Price statistics Westphalien Youngster Auction Dressage
Münster: Part two of the Handorfer-Advents Auctions was dedicated to youngsters for the dressage arena. 38 stallions and geldings of the vintage 2019 were for sale in the online auction. The most popular offer was a son of Zoom/Fürstenball. Zirocco changed hands for 45,000 Euros. In total, the 32 youngsters sold turned over around half a million euros.
In the second part of the Advent auction series of the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch, youngsters with a pedigree predispositioned for dressage were for sale. The 38 stallions and geldings of the vintage 2019 were very popular among the Westphalian auction customers. In exciting bidding duels, customers from all over the world fought for the winning bid for the future stars in the dressage arena. The price structure was dominated by a son of Zoom. The 2nd Reserve Champion of the Westphalian Main Licensing had already proven himself as a popular sire several times. Eleven bidders placed 66 bids for the head number 21 Zirocco. The striking bay was bred and exhibited by Heinrich Kampmeyer, Tecklenburg, out of First Rose by Fürstenball. As the price leader, he changed hands at the kockdown price of 45,000 Euros.
Two other youngsters broke the price barrier of 30,000 Euros. The head number 11 First Edition was bred and exhibited by Hubertus Hummelt from Telgte. The son of Franziskus/Ehrenpreis descents from the same dam line as the Franz Joseph Junior son Fantastico, who was sold at the Foal Online Auction this summer for the top price of 36,500 Euros. 30,500 Euros were invested by customers for First Edition this evening. 30,000 Euros was what customers from Germany paid for the head number 4, Salitos (exhibitor: Johannes Borkenfeld, Olfen). The son of the North Rhine-Westphalian State Stud stallion Sir Heinrich was bred by August Frerick, Olfen, out of the Verb.Pr.St. Donna Augusta by Don Juan de Hus.
The 32 youngsters sold turned over a total of 538,000 Euros. On average, the customers had to invest 16,813 Euros in their dressage offspring this evening. Three of the young dressage horses cracked the 30,000 euro mark. For 28 percent of the horses sold, their career under the saddle will start outside of Germany. They will be at home in seven different countries in the future. "After our Stallion Sales at the end of November, holding another Youngster Auction with almost 40 horses was a challenge that we mastered very successfully with our team! I am very happy about the confidence of our breeders and exhibitors in making their horses available to us for the auction. Customers all over the world know that they can find promising horses of all age groups at the Westphalian Online Auctions and that they can rely on our after-sales service", auction manager Thomas Münch is pleased to say.
The bid-up for the next Westphalian Youngster Auction is already scheduled one week from now. Then 21 youngsters with a pedigree predispositioned for jumping will be up for sale. The collection is already available for viewing at onlineauction.westfalenpferde.de. Bids can be placed from Thursday, December 9. The BidUp will start as usual at 7.30 pm on December 13. The Westphalian auction year will end on December 20 with a fine selection of 16 young riding ponies.