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Solid prices for high quality foals at Nordic auction

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The show hall at Helgstrand Dressage framed the Nordic International Sales

By Thomas Bach Jensen / DWB
Photography: Ridehesten.com

In fact, five foals were sold for more than €30,000 and no fewer than three foals changed hands for €50,000 and higher. The collection was comprised of 15 quality foals out of which 13 sold for an average price of €25,000.
The beautiful black filly Gørklintgårds Blackberry (Franklin x Gørklintgårds Santos), from the renowned breeder Jørgen Ravn, became the auction’s price highlight with a knock-down price of €56,000, but she was not alone at this high level. The handsome colt Gammelenggårds Galiano (Grand Galaxy Win x Blue Hors Don Romantic) became the most expensive colt, changing ownership for €54,000. The bay colt was presented by top breeders Stald Heiline in a cooperation with Nanna Jønsson.
Bids were placed from clients in Austria, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the UK via telephone and the internet. A Canadian buyer acquired the supple-moving chestnut colt Casper Janeiro (Platinum x Dancier) from the breeders Lena and Ulrik Kristensen for the princely sum of €50,000... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber

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