First Class H, Top Seller of the 2016 South German Riding Horse Auction

Tue, 11/08/2016 - 10:35
Auction News

The black First Class H became the top seller of the 2016 South German Riding Horse Auction held at the Marbach state stud on Sunday 6 November 2016.

Bred by Norbert Humpf, First Class H is by Furstenball x Rotspon and sold for 93,000 euro to an Austrian.

The 4-year old gelding Dumont (by Don Juan de Hus x Rotspon), bred by Gestut Greim, sold for 55,000 euro to a Baden Wurttemberg based client. The mare Anmut (by Ampere x Sir Donnerhall) sold for 45,000 euro.  Dr. Franz Kirschner's Fantastic World (by Florestano x Weltmeyer) fetched a selling price of 42,000 euro.

The 3-year old black stallion Durello (by Destano x Sancisco) who was licensed during the Marbach Under Saddle Licensing that same weekend, sold for 50,000 euro to the Marbach state stud. Durello is bred by Gut Hohen Luckow Milch and was owned by Training Stable Am Weinberg.

Forty-two horses were presented for auction in Marbach, which is 11 more than at the spring auction. The average price for a horse at this auction was 22,480 euro.

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