Verden. The Verden Foal Spring ended on July 1st. The top priced foal of the auction final was Millie Margaux, who found a new owner in Brandenburg for 41,000 Euros. On average, the 33 Hannoveraner and Rhineland foals changed owners for 9,167 Euros.
Thirteen interested parties placed online bids for the Monte Carlo TC/Fantastic daughter Millie Margaux. At 41,000 Euros, the virtual knockdown was made for the paint-black filly with strong movements. Thus, the first Verden auction sale was a real bull’s eye for breeder and exhibitor Tina Ströh from Hamburg.
A dream came true for a customer from North Rhine-Westphalia who bought the Total McLaren/Benetton Dream son Total Dream (breeder and exhibitor: Jacqueline Tenambergen, Mettingen) for 26,000 Euros. This made the brown number two on the price scale. Together with Dingdong by Dancier Gold/Florenz (breeder: Reiner Scharnhorst, Neustadt, exhibitor: Dr. Constanze Bötel, Neustadt) he will meet the Secret/Christ son Sir Beverly Hills (breeder: Dirk Hoffmann, Wolfsburg) in his new home, whom the buyer had already achieved at the Foal Spring in mid-May.
Managing Director Wilken Treu was generally satisfied with the results of the six online auctions of the Verden Foal Spring. At the last auction, the average price was 9,167 Euros. Eleven times, customers from abroad got the final bid. Two foals each will start their journey to Belgium and Great Britain.
The Verden auction calendar continues with the riding horse auction on July, 17. As early as next Monday, the 38 dressage and 25 show jumping horses will move into their boxes at the Training and Sales Centre of the Hannovernaner Verband in Verden and can then be observed in daily training and tried out by appointment. The first bids can be submitted from July 11 onwards, before the bidding starts on Saturday, July 17, at 2 p.m. CET at verdener-auktion-online.com.