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Good kick-off at season’s first foal auction27-06-2021 - 13:35

Danish Warmblood’s first foal auction this year was held at Blue Hors with 17 quality foals under the hammer. Nothing less than 16 foals changed ownership for an average price of 15.000 EUR with the price-highlight heading for a future in Germany

94% of the foals were sold at the season’s first Danish Warmblood foal auction which was a hybrid auction combining online bidders and live bidder present in the arena. Whilst half of the foals were purchased by Danish buyers, the other half sold to foreign buyers from Germany, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the USA.

 

The auction’s price-highlight was the super well moving filly Livia by Vitalis/ Fürst Romancier/ Blue Hors Zack, bred by successful breeders Lena & Ulrik Kristensen. She entered the ring with an online bid of 8,500 EUR and left with the knockdown price of 30,500 EUR going to the German Gestüt Vorwerk. – I must say that I am more than happy with the sale, breeder Ulrik Kristensen said.

 

The colt foal to achieve the highest bid was Ribjergs Special Select by Secret/ Chopin Dane/ Attention, bred by Anette R. Pedersen & Claus Nielsen. He was sold for 25,000 EUR to Anne Lyngbye & Per Skjærbæk, who also purchased the filly Abkærs Vitalina. Among the buyers were both first time buyers and several return buyers like Kristin G. Andresen who secured two foals for Norway.

 

The auction committee were more than happy with the result and were particularly happy to have sold so many of the breeders’ foals. Louise Ringsbo from the auction committee stated:

 

It has been great to be able to present some of the breeders’ best foals again and we could not have wished for better facilities than here at Blue Hors. Our hybrid setup enables us to reach new clients abroad, and it has been a great pleasure to see so many super foals change hands.

 

View the collection and prices.

 

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