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Promising collection of multi-talented Westfalian youngsters

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Million Shades of Grey (Million Dollar x Cassini I)

By Lea-Sophie Baberg / Westf
Photography: Reckimedia

This year’s catalogue for the Westfalian Summer Auction will feature around 50 young horses – some being promising talents who have already been placed in dressage or jumping competitions and are ready for the upcoming competition season.

The auction candidates will move into their stables at the Westfalian Horse Center on May 27. Test rides will be possible by appointment from May 30. The auction will take place online from June 6 to 9.
Westfalians have many talents – whether they are in the dressage arena or navigating around a showjumping course – this Westfalian Summer Auction therefore promises a group of horses for all areas of equestrian sport, as well as reliable partners for hacking.
The auction collection will be opened by Fantasie (Fürstenball x Lord Loxley, bred by Karl Dercks, Kranenburg). The strong-moving six-year-old mare has already been victorious in novice class dressage tests for young horses and is ready for the upcoming tasks in the 2024 competition season.
The lot of jumping-oriented auction candidates starts with Million Shades of Grey (Million Dollar x Cassini I; bred by Jürgen Afflerbach, Königsbrunn). This competition-proven grey mare has already been successful in medium level tests for young showjumpers... <span style="color: #008000;">To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber</span>
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