Jul 7, 2021 · Wendy Scholten · Digishots · Youngster & Ridden 3/7-6/7-2021

Guatamala, South Africa, Chile, USA, Canada..  Just some of the countries for which horses will soon depart. Tuesday-night 6 July made clear once again the current low threshold for buying horses online in the Netherlands via the auction platform from Mario Everse and Alan Waldman. 

Familiars again relied on, but also new clients had found their way there. “We realise that it is strongly based on confidence, but that has always been the case in the horse trade. The horses are what they are and we provided several additional video’s when people asked for them. We are sure that they will be pleased with the auction horses”,  Mario Everse assures us.

Grandorado the most expensive horse
The horses were sold fast. For 45,000 euro the 5-yr-old Larona (Grandorado TN x Warrant) was the most expensive horse. This saddle-broken mare, who displays exceptional jumping ability, will leave for South Africa. For 28,000 euro is the powerfully jumping Kletcher (Emir R x Mermus R) sold to an Olympic showjumping rider from Chile. Lipton (For Pleasure x Diamant de Semilly) will stay (for the time being) in the Netherlands for 26,000 euro. For 24,000 euro Imprevu du Paradis (Candy de Nanuel x Nabab de Reve) and Klytsjko van de Heffinck (Kassander van ’t Roosakker x Contact van de Heffinck) will travel to Sweden and the USA, respectively. Other buyers came from France, Poland, Great Britain, Norway, Spain and Belgium. 

Breeding auction
The preparations for the 13th are well underway. This time the theme of the online auction is showjumping foals, embryo’s and broodmares. Entry is still possible. The photo/video-day will be Friday 16 July at the stables of Alan Waldman in Putten. Online bidding will start on Saturday 31 July and ends on Tuesday 3 August.

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