Show jumping horse achieved top price

The top price at the second Verden Auction of 2024 was achieved by an show jumping horse. The highly talented mare Napoli-Tana found a new owner in Sweden for 50,500 Euros. Mares were in demand, the most expensive dressage horse, Grand Galaxy Cordey, is a Hannoveraner premium candidate/Vet+. She was auctioned off for 39,500 Euros.

At the start of the year’s riding horse auctions, it was a show jumping horse that attracted the most interest. Napoli-Tana by Nixon van het Meulenhof/Quidam de Revel (breeder: ZG Wecke, Vlotho, exhibitor: Marco Bergmeyer, Hiddenhausen), who has already been successful in tests for young show jumpers, is a half-sister of the privately owned stallion Toys by Toulon, who was successful up to 1.55 metres with Germany’s Tobias Meyer. A customer from Sweden invested 50,500 Euros and thus secured a highly talented, colourful chestnut mare to start riding immediately.

39,500 Euros was the final bid for Hann.Pr.A./Vet + Grand Galaxy Cordey by Grand Galaxy Win/Fürstenball (breeder and exhibitor: Zuchthof Neumann-Ullrich, Boischampré/FRA). The athletic and elegant brown comes from the dam line of Sabafiza, which is none other than the dam line of the horse of the century, Isabell Werth’s Olympic Champion Gigolo FRH. She was born in Normandy, where her breeders have been passionately breeding Hannoveraner for many years.

The statistics show an average price of 15,912 Euros for the 57 auction horses. 21 of them will leave Germany. There were buyers from France (five), Sweden (four), Great Britain (three), the USA and Switzerland (two each) as well as Turkey, Italy, Spain, Austria and the United Arab Emirates.

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