Bossa Nova, Top Seller of the 2018 Hanoverian July Auction in Verden

Mon, 07/16/2018 - 03:24
Bossa Nova :: Photo © Tammo Ernst

The Hanoverian bred youngster Bossa Nova became the top seller of the 2018 Hanoverian July Auction in Verden, Germany, on 13 and 14 July 2018.

For the first time followed a new concept, splitting up the riding horses and foals by discipline (show jumping and dressage).

On Saturday 14 July, the dressage horses came to auction. Bossa Nova (by Bordeaux x Fürstenball) sold to The Netherlands for 37,000 euro. Bred by Wilhelm Klausing, he became the price highlight. 

On Friday 13 July Commander (by Chacco Gold x Contendro) sold for 36,000 euro, which was the top price for the show jumping horses. The five-year-old will travel to Sweden.

The 4-year old mare Delicious (by Danone x Stedinger) sold for 27,000 euro, while Dream of Zanzibar (by Dubarry x Weltmeyer) switched owners for 24,000 euro.

The 4-year old mare Fleur de Lys (by Fantastic x Hochadel) achieved a knock down price of 22,000 euro.

Forty-seven foals were auctioned and the most expensive was the colt Sun of Secret (by Secret x Furstenball) which sold for 14,500 euro. The colt Venga Boy (by Vitalis x De Niro) sold for 14,000 euro while both Sunshine Lady (by San Amour x Foundation ) and Ferrez (by Foundation x De Niro) fetched a price of 13,500 euro. 

Customers from 13 different countries bought 30 horses, among them both price peaks. The average price for a riding horse was 15,108 euro, for a foal 6,630 euro.

Photo © Tammo Ernst

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