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Technical issues delay January Hanoverian auction by one week

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Erna Emilia by Emilio Sanchez x Dancier

By Jean Llewellyn (press release)
Photography: Hannoveraner Verband/Beelitz/Gerstenkorn

‘Online’ system errors caused a one-week delay for several European studbooks’ planned auctions for January, but with some quick reorganization the Hanoverian Verband were able to go ‘live’ in the Niedersachsenhalle.

Customers accepted the change in circumstances quite calmly and honoured the quality of the January collection by investing an average price of €20,317. Thankfully, where the online bids had left off the previous week, bidders in the Niedersachsenhalle and on the customer advisors’ telephones continued seamlessly.
A total of 63 top-class young horses were part of the Verden auction in January, which ended satisfactorily, and 27 of these talented youngsters will leave Germany for new stables abroad. French clients were especially keen to buy, and will welcome 11 new horses, followed by Canada (four), as well as Finland and Switzerland (two each).
The price topper at this Verden January auction was for Deltina (Diacontinus - Carmelita x Carry Gold [Holst]; breeders: Heinrich and Arne Clüver, Völkersen, exhibitor: Gestüt Eichenhain GmbH, Varste), for whom auctioneer Bernd Hickert accepted a final bid of €50,000. The 2018 grey mare is a great-granddaughter of the legendary sire Diamant de Semilly via her sire’s sire, Diarado.
Erna Emilia (Emilio Sanchez - Disney Dream x Dancier (breeder and exhibitor: Carsten Nancken, Loxstedt), a young talent with expressive movement, entered the Niedersachsenhalle with a blue and gold parade blanket, and was purchased by a top French dressage rider for €38,000... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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