Modern Elite foals add an extra element of delight to the collection at the Fall Elite Auction which will be held on Saturday, September 30 at the Oldenburg Horse Center Vechta. International pedigrees and extraordinary sires, including EC star Dante Weltino OLD, Vivaldi, his sons Vitalis and Desperado, Ibiza, Fidertanz, Diamond Hit, Fürstenball OLD, Rubin Royal OLD, Sezuan, For Romance I OLD and Bordeaux.

A glow of medals surrounds Dante Weltino OLD – Vitus Weltino by Vitalis - Welt Hit II - Noble Roi xx. Dam Riconessa is a sister of Rihanna, who is the dam of the Grand Prix winning Dante Weltino OLD, and Riwera de Hus OLD, who won Grand Prix Special classes with Jessica Michel for France. The Richonse line is also the origin of the Grand Prix Special champions, Diego OLD ridden by Marion Op de Hipt, and Cointreau under Peter Gmoser.

Dante Weltino OLD also appears in the auction’s second act. This new EC star sends a magnificent son named Dante Rubin, whose dam line is also known for a successful Grand Prix horse named Has to be Fun, ridden by the Irish rider Yvette Truesdale, a Prix St. Georges winner named Famoso, ridden by Benjamin Werndl, as well as a licensed stallion named Schickerio by Stedinger.

Success is programed with Vitalis – Vapiano by Vitalis - Don Schufro - Sevillano xx. The great granddam Westminsterin is a sister of the licensed Westminster by Weltmeister. Sire Vitalis sovereignly triumphed in the Nürnberg Burg Pokal Final. The dam’s sire Don Schufro currently basks in the limelight of his famous daughter, Weihegold OLD, who took EC gold under Isabell Werth. This good looking stallion prospect has everything it takes to be just as good as his famous sires.

Champions forever – Scherbring’s Champ by Sezuan - Diamond Hit - Florencio I. The sire of the Champion of the 1st Vechta Foal Championships is none other than triple World Champion Sezuan. The famous Fackila dam line is also the origin of Fackeltanz OLD, a licensed stallion owned by the Max-Theurer dressage stables, as well as Diamonit I + II, and Patrik Kittel’s EC bronze medal winner, Delaunay.