World Champions to be Sold at 2012 PSI Auction
Two young World Champions enhance the collection of Performance Sales International Auction on 8 - 9 December 2012: Sa Coeur, the light-footed, noble World Champion of the five-year-old dressage horses, and Chacciana, the seven-year-old World Young Show Jumping Champion. Only the best is just good enough for the P.S.I. Auction in Ankum. Both horses were bred by the Gestüt Lewitz of Paul Schockemöhle.
The sporty, dark bay Oldenburg Sa Coeur displays everything required of a dressage horse: fantastic movement as well as youthful charm and expression. This gelding is a true eyecatcher with limitless potential. Sa Coeur, by Sir Donnerhall out of a Don Davidoff dam, was bred by the Gestüt Lewitz and is owned by Kasselmann Stables where he is trained by Eva Möller. This combination almost guarantees an outstanding and sensible training foundation to go up the levels.
The gold medal at the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships was won by the mare Chacciana, an extraordinary daughter of Chacco-Blue out of an Andiamo Z dam. An excellent jumper, the Oldenburg has obviously inherited the incredible potential of her sire. Florian Meyer rode the bay mare to the World Championship title in Lanaken.
Both horses are best examples, illustrating the principles of the two heads of the P.S.I. Auction, Ullrich Kasselmann and Paul Schockemöhle: that is to choose home-bred and home-raised horses of outstanding quality for the event which guarantees a comprehensive knowledge about all characteristics and the whole potential of the auction horses and a complete overview on their development. Success made by P.S.I.
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