Bonjour, Price Highlight of the 2019 Horses & Dreams Online Auction

Sun, 05/05/2019 - 23:11
2019 Horses and Dreans Online Auction
Team Kasselmann and Schockemohle are thrilled with the results of the 2019 Horses & Dreams Online Auction

Bonjour became the price highlight of the 2019 Horses and Dreams Online Auction which concluded on Sunday 5 May 2019. 

For the second, consecutive year Ullrich Kasselmann and Paul Schockemöhle of PSI organized this mutual online auction during the Horses & Dreams international competition in Hagen. 

The bidding process lasted for two weeks and concluded on 5 May.  The dressage collection included 10 talented youngsters.

Isabell Werth's long-time sponsor Madeleine Winter-Schulze paid 159,000 euro for the top seller of the auction, the 6-year old Hanoverian gelding Bonjour (by Benicio x Lauries Crusador xx x Raphael). 

The second most expensive horse was the 3-year old Oldenburg stallion Versaille (by Vivaldi x Sir Donnerhall). The chestnut stallion caught the attention of long-term clients of Francois Kasselmann from Australia, John Taylor and Kylie Riddell, who paid 154,000 euro for him. Versaille's dam, Toskira is a former P.S.I. Auction highlight and currently in training with the RS2 Dressage Center. Grand-dam Toska R has also produced the stallion Don Davidoff, the 2002 Young Dressage Horse World Champion and National Champion. The three-year-old Versaille is destined to write his own history in the dressage arena. 

The third best selling horse was the 4-year old Oldenburg gelding Diamant de la Bretagne (by Don Noblesse x Rubinstein) which will move to Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard's yard in Sweden for 87,500 euro. Charlotte combined her start in the CDI4* at Horses & Dreams meets France with a visit to the Auction stables and secured Diamant de la Bretagne.

Bonjour (by Benicio)
This year’s Horses & Dreams Online Auction attracted a number of big names and professional riders looking for their future prospects. For instance, German Grand Prix dressage rider Markus Gribbe, who is now based in California, secured a future horse via the auction.

Moving to America is the 4-year old Oldenburg gelding Jules Verne (by Jazzman x Fidermark) for 60,000 euro.  Australians purchased the 4-year old Hanoverian gelding Fabuleux (by Furst Romancier x Contendros Bube) for 58,000 euro. 

Chinese buyers scored two horses: the 4-year old Hanoverian Vague du Succès (by Vivaldi x Hotline) for 38,500 euro and the 5-year old Oldenburg gelding Bonaparte (by Beradini x Pik Pavarotti) for 21,500 euro. 

Three horses remain in Germany and sold to new clients. Georgette (by Gorbatschow x Diamond Hit) sold for 38,000 euro, Barthez (by Bretton Woods x Don Schufro) for 31,500 euro and D'Artagnan (by De Niro x Sandro Hit) for 29,500 euro. 

The international clientele and great interest in the Online Auction underlines the quality of the collection and proves how much buyers value the experience and competence of Performance Sales International and the Schockemöhle and Hof Kasselmann stables. The Online Auction concept opens new, timely opportunities for the modern sport horse market.

The teams of Stall Schockemöhle und Hof Kasselmann wish every buyer great success and enjoyment with their new horses.

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