By Press release / Jean Llewellyn
Oldenburg friends from all over the world secured their future stars during the 19th Elite Foal Auction with first-class pedigrees. In the dressage foal collection, the legendary Donnerhall line impressed with a strong moving Damon Hill son. The jumping foals shone with offspring by Cornet Obolensky, who set the top prices with his son and granddaughter.
The price peak at €41,000 was Don Royal (Damon Hill x Rubin-Royal x Figaro), bred and exhibited by Vivien Rudolph from Kirchgellersen/Lower Saxony. The strong moving stallion prospect will stay with a dressage lover in Germany in the future.
The second price peak at €27,000 was Zypriana (Zackerey x Florencio I x Lord Liberty G), bred and exhibited by Frank Grote from Neuenkirchen/Lower Saxony. From the Rulli-Rudilore dam line: the Grand Prix winners; Horizon, with Adrienne Lyle (USA); Glock’s Romanov/Hans Peter Minderhoud (NED); and Rubin Royal OLD/Hendrik Lochthowe (GER). This elegant movement artist will stay with a good Oldenburg friend in Germany.
In the jumping foal collection, two Oldenburg elite foals advanced to price peaks with €14,000: On the one hand, it was Come Together (Comme il faut [Cornet Obolensky] x Casall x Cassini I), bred and exhibited by Jochen Willen, Löningen/Lower Saxony. From the same 776 damline came the sires Ramiro, Acorado I and II as well as Lordanos and the top mare Vienna Olympic – 1m60 m under Sheikh Ali Al Thani (QAT). This filly will move to regular customers in Switzerland... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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