Oct 12, 2020 · Wendy Scholten · Digishots · Foals & young horses (okt 2020)
Anyone who wants to complement his stables with young showjumping talent for market-directed, realistic prices can get his fill at Youhorse.auction. The sixth edition of the online auction, which has developed a good reputation for selliing ‘rough diamonds’, finishes on Monday-night for the foals. On Tuesday-night the last youngsters will be knocked down.
“In the past few days we have seen bids coming in from all over the world. Youhorse.auction’s reputation is growing and on the Social Media we saw quite a number of posiitive posts from people that have bought via our auction. We offer 18 foals this time, most of them late-born, and 37 youngsters, the majority of which are still untrained. What you see is what you get, is our credo and this is appreciated by many people. These are not horses that will later disappoint, they are what they are”, say Mario Everse and Alan Waldman.
The foals are auctioned in lots of four. The first lot will go under the hammer on Monday-night at 20.30 hours. Youhorse.auction offers, for example, three foals from the famous Roosakker family and one out of the great Qerly Chin (the Muze) line. The other foals also have a lot of sport in their sire’s and dam’s lines. Diaz Z (Diarado x Carthago) is a half-sister of two 1.60m Grand Prix horses, the dam of Birdie Waldstar Z (Big Star x Zirocco Blue VDL) displayed a lot of talent for the work at top level until she got injured.
The 2- to 4-yr-olds will go in lots of five. The most popular so far are the fantastic, quality mare Renske van ’t Eigenlo (Echo van ’t Spieveld), Big Star look-a-like Harley Star (Quick Star) and Uganda Z (Untouchable). Real good showjumping horses are, for example, New York ES (Stakkato Gold), Amy van Klein Statum Z (A Golden Boy Hero Z), Mapitola-S (George Z), Saga Marienshof-Z (Stakkato Gold) and My Bad (Big Star). There will certainly be several bargains among them.
“We are convinced that there are future Grand Prix horses in this collection, hunters, equitation horses and eventers. There will be something for every budget. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us.”