The first candidate of the second online auction of the Verden Foal
Spring aroused the highest desires. The Vitalis/Apache son Vatalisation was sold
at 67,000 Euros. On average, the 25 colts and fillies cost 9,490 Euros.
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A colt of extra class opened the second foal auction of the Verden Foal Spring.
Vitalisation by Vitalis/Apache (breeder and exhibitor: Johannes Baumeister,
Kranenburg) joined the collection a little later and quickly turned out to be the favourite
for the top price. Already at the foal show in Kempen he convinced as the winning foal
and was directly selected for the second foal auction. A total of 15 bidders fought for the
dressage foal with outstanding quality. After 65 bids, the virtual hammer fell at 67,000
Euros. A customer from Schleswig-Holstein secured this promising young chestnut colt.
Among the jumping foals, Carlo by Cornet Obolensky/Quasimodo van de Molendreef
(breeder and exhibitor: Dr. Patrick Lange, Ankum) achieved the top price. The young
jumping prospect changed owners for 18,000 Euros. His half-brother Colo Rado by
Colorit from the same breeder was sold in Verden last year.
Most of the foals will stay in Germany. Customers from France, Great Britain, Romania,
Hungary and the Czech Republic will enjoy their Hannoveraner talents in the future. A
total of eight foals will leave Germany.
The Verden Foal Spring continues at two-week intervals. The next online foal auction
dates with about 30 foals each are May 25, June 9 and June 23. The final bid up starts
at 7.30 p.m CET each time.
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