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Apr 1, 2024

Shortly after the opening on Wednesday evening, there was much bidding on the impressive Easter collection at The recent auction at Paardenveilingonline was eagerly received from all corners of the world. Horses have been sold to, among others, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Poland & Ireland but also further afield to Panama, Guatemala, and Morocco, with an average price of 12,000 euros, almost everything was actually sold.

"We are extremely pleased with the level of engagement and passion our customers show at our auctions. It is an honor to work on the future of equestrian sports, and we are grateful for the support of both our loyal and new customers. Together, we strive to discover the next generation of champions and continue to develop and improve the equestrian sport," said Alwin and Niels, the initiators of this auction.

The two top horses remain in the Netherlands

The promising stallion Azraff SPS Z (All Star x Contendro I), who is in the running to be approved by the KWPN, conquered the auction with his talent and remains in the Netherlands for a price of 32,500 euros. And then we have Prada (Grand Slam VDL x Cornet Obolensky), a mare that was also highly sought after and remains in the Netherlands for a whopping 28,000 euros.


Three top talents remain within European borders

In addition to the enormous interest from the Netherlands, this auction has also built a strong reputation in other European countries. The provisionally approved mare Pursy (Harley VDL x Champion du Lys) goes for 18,500 euros to Germany. Cerly S Z (Sterrehof's Cayetano Z x Vigo D'Arsouilles) travels to sunny Spain for an amount of 14,000 euros. And the showjumping talent Rixon Field (Nixon van 't Meulenhof x Thunder van de Zuuthoeve) stays a bit closer to home and departs for 13,500 euros to a customer in Belgium.

Several horses are embarking on a long journey

After a long journey over the sea, the career of stallion Rome (Ramos JW van 't Meulenhof x I'm Special de Muze) will soon begin in tropical Panama, for which he was sold for 14,000 euros. In addition, there are horses heading towards Guatemala and Morocco.

More young showjumpers coming soon

Missed out? We are already busy with the next collection: from May 15-18, you will have new opportunities to acquire completely new selections of top talents. In addition to young talents, ridden horses up to 6 years old will also be presented in the collection.

Later this year, there will be another auction for young showjumpers (December 4-7) and of course, several foal auctions (July 17-20, August 21-24, and October 2-5). Do you have any interesting items you would like to auction? Sign up quickly before all spots are taken. For further information about future auctions and registration, check out our website.


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