Glamorous OnLive Auction in Westphalia
OnLive-Auction of dressage foals with top results
Münster: 77 foals with the finest dressage pedigrees were up for sale at today's OnLive auction at the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch. Glamorous was not only the name of the top priced foal. The friends of the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch celebrated their foals with a unique atmosphere. At an average price of 13,688 Euros, 65 young offers changed hands. A daughter of Glamourdale stood out especially in the lot. She was sold for 85,000 Euros.
Glamorous! The name said it all. The Glamourdale/San Amour daughter had already made a fabulous appearance at the video shoot. In today's auction, the filly, bred and exhibited by Gestüt Schultenhof in Norden-Norddeich, trotted in the rhythm round after round with a lot of expression and elasticity. The bids were flying high. The brwon filly descends from the direct line of Sagami, who is highly successful in the dressage ring with Benjamin Werndl. It was an exciting bidding duel until the very end. At last, auctioneer Thomas Münch knocked down his hammer at a price of 85,000 Euros. For 17,500 Euros, the same customers bought the colt with the head number 9. Bon Totilas by Bon Vivaldi NRW/Totilas (breeder and exhibitor: ZG Welsing/Bornhorst, Ankum) impressed with his type and his flawless performance in Münster-Handorf.
The most popular colt paraded with the head number 1. He also lives up to his name: Total Dance by Total Diamond PS/For Dance (breeder and exhibitor: Daniela Graé, Senden) convinced with first-class movement quality. The liver chestnut colt made a perfect start to the auction! The customers fought for a long time on the spot and online at the screens at home. The colt, who descents from a top dam line, was knocked down online for 44,500 Euros.
Three pony foals were for sale in this OnLive auction. They all found a new owner at an average price of 6,583 Euros. The most popular pony foal was head number 20. The son of Neverland WE was bred by ZG Kellermann, Nottuln (Ausst.: ZG Familie Egge, Cologne) out of the Reserve Champion of the Elite Show 2019 St.Pr.St. Donna Cara by Der Classicer. Noonlight changed hands at the hammer price of 10,000 Euros to German customers on site in Münster-Handorf.
In an ambience that could not have been more beautiful, the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch auctioned an exquisite lot of dressage foals this evening. 77 auction candidates entered the Westphalian auction round. 84 percent of the foals offered changed hands. The mood of the audience was exuberant throughout the entire five hours of the auction. The breeders and customers celebrated their Westphalian offspring with great joy. "I am thrilled with the way this OnLive auction went!" said auctioneer Thomas Münch. "I would especially like to thank our Westphalian breeders who always offer us their talented foals for our auctions. A huge thank you also goes to our whole team, without whom such an auction marathon as we have experienced over the past two days would not have been possible." Just under half of the foals sold cracked the 10,000 euro mark. Four cost more than 40,000 Euros. With a total turnover of 889,750 Euros, 65 foals were sold at an average price of 13,688 Euros. Together with the jumping foals sold yesterday, the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch was able to turn over a total of 1,154,750 Euros. Nine of the foals sold today were knocked down to customers abroad. Fifty of the surcharges were made live on site, 15 online.