The black stallion by Floris Prince/Lauries Crusador xx was auctioned off to Austria. Photo: Hannoveraner Verband.
Verden. At the 2nd licensing of dressage stallions in Verden, two representatives of the 2018 vintage were awarded a premium.
Under the Corona-related exclusion of the public, eleven young stallions with dressage genes came participated, six of which were licensed. Two were awarded a premium: a son of Secret/Fidermark (breeder: Christine Feichtinger, Vaduz/LIE, exhibitor: Gestüt W. M.. Visselhövede) and a son of Foundation/Londonderry (breeder: Alena and Till Hogrefe, Stöcken, exhibitor: Anja Gutschmidt, Rottach-Egern).
Four stallions were auctioned off after the licensing. The highest price was achieved by a black by Floris Prince/Lauries Crusador xx (breeder: Dr. Klaus-Eckart Schlichting, Wingst, dam: Dr. Georg Fanta and Bernhard Schaerffer, Hamburg). He was sold for 57,000 Euros to the dressage stable in Austria, which had already purchased the top horse at the Elite Auction in October. A licensed stallion by Baron/Fürst Romancier for 56,000 Euros, an unlicensed stallion by Bon Coeur/Dimaggio for 14,500 Euros and another unlicensed stallion by Secret/Don Nobless for 18,000 Euros will stay in Germany.
Already next week, the Niedersachsenhalle will once again be dominated by stallions. On Tuesday, December 15, the licensing of the jumping stallions and the approval of old stallions will take place. Due to official regulations, no spectators are allowed in the Niedersachsenhalle during the licensing.
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