It was veni, vidi, veci for the Netherlands at the 2003 P.S.I. Auction. Not only did they purchase Poetin, but Holland was also able to capture the second most expensive horse, Dreamcatcher.
The dark bay licensed stallion by Day Dream x Rubinstein I, who finished third at the Bundeschampionate this year, catched a dream price of 403,000 €. The stallion showed his incredible talent and potential throughout the weekend and impressed many potential buyers. It was the Dutch Mirelle van Kemenade-Witlox who became the lucky new owner and rider of Dreamcatcher
Mirelle Witlox is a routinier in showing dressage horses. Her competitive career started in the early ninties, when she was a winning FEI pony dressage rider with Beau Dinamique (by Brillant) and Camelot.
Ten years later, Mirelle Witlox is married and still competing. She rode in the 2003 Dutch Young Horse Championships (Pavo Cup Finals) with the black Jazz offspring Decor Just Royal Dancer and competed horses Ammonasro (by Aarking xx), Decor Why Not (by Traumdeuter), and Lucia Madame (by Bernstein). Mirelle's family is in the oil business and located in Breugel, The Netherlands. Mirelle trains with Henk van Bergen.