For the penultimate time this year, the 'virtual' hammer fell during the Verden foal auction, when 32 lots changed hands for an average price of €7,773. The top-priced foal was the Fürst Toto daughter Flavia, who sold for €15,500. Bred and presented by Günther Röhrich, this black filly out of a Sandro Hit dam will now make her way to France.
Two other foals were knocked down for €14,000: Die Feine EH (De Niro Gold x Londontime, bred and exhibited by ZG Edler Heger) – a dark-bay filly who sold to a buyer in Baden-Württemberg; and Designed in Black (Despacito x Rotspon) – a colt, bred and exhibited by Theda Busemann who represents a solid damline and will now continue his life in the USA.
A total of seven foals achieved a hammer price of €10,000 and more; 16 will remain in Germany, while four will move to a new stable in Hungary, while three will cross the Atlantic. Buyers from the Netherlands, France, Spain, Poland, Great Britain and Argentina were also fortunate in securing Hanoverian foals.
The last opportunity to bid for a foal in Verden this year will be on October 24, 2021, at the 138th Elite Auction. The collection offers 25 quality foals with secure pedigrees. Two foals can call the newly crowned World Champion of seven-year-old dressage horses Jovian their sire. But also in the showjumping camp, Nartago and Comme Prévu have sport-proven sires in the pedigrees. The collection of the 138th Elite Auction will be auctioned online at www.verden-auktion-online.com.
Further information: www.hannoveraner.com