Top start into the Westphalian auction year 2022

Riding pony Goldrichtig P achieves sensational price of 125,000 Euros

Münster: The start into the Westphalian auction year 2022 was a great success. The riding pony Goldrichtig P advanced to the sensational top price. The palomino gelding was sold to a young rider for 125,000 Euros. The most popular show jumper was the head number 41 Cocolotti, who will travel to France for 78,500 Euros. On average, customers invested 27,713 Euros in their new horse.

The Westphalian Stud Book had a fantastic start into the auction year 2022. The riding pony gelding with the head number 3 caused a real sensation. After an exciting bidding duel, the son of Hesselteich Golden Dream/FS Don't Worry (breeder and exhibitor: Alexa Prange, Netherlands) was sold to a highly talented young rider from Bavaria. The Palomino was worth 125,000 Euros to his new owners. We will certainly hear a lot more about this dressage pony with international quality in the future.

Among the dressage riding horses, the first horse reached the top price of 66,000 Euros. The licensed Filou Rouge by Floriscount/Quaterback (breeder: Volker Pardemann, Brieslang; exhibitor: Gestüt Finkenhorsterberg, Lütjensee) changed into the ownership of Helgstrand Dressage Aps. The strong moving chestnut will be trained in the future under the saddle of Eva Möller. On average, international customers invested 27,317 Euros in the 31 riding horses and ponies sold for the dressage ring.

The show jumpers on offer were also very popular and all of them changed hands this afternoon. Especially customers outside of Germany had taken a liking to the jumping athletes. The Coupe de Coeur/Conte Bellini daughter Cocolotti (breeder: Gornall Equestrian, Great Britain; exhibitor: Kai Ligges, Ascheberg-Herbern) descends from the direct dam line of the European Champion All Star. The bay mare was worth 78,500 Euros to her new owners. On average, customers invested 28,281 Euros in their new show jumping horse.

Of the 52 riding horses and ponies offered for sale, 47 successfully changed hands. In the process, 1.3 million Euros were turned over. With a total average price of the sold horses of 27,713 Euros, the average could be increased by about 5,000 Euros compared to the Winter Auction 2021. 23 of the sold horses will be further promoted in 14 different countries outside of Germany in the future. There will not be a long break from the auction at the Westfälisches Pferdestammbuch. The next Westphalian online auction is already scheduled for tomorrow evening. 28 three-year-old youngsters will be up for sale from 7.30 pm.