Lardeaux, Best Seller of the 2016 Limburg KWPN Foal Auction

Thu, 09/22/2016 - 10:57
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The dressage colt Lardeaux became the best seller of the 2016 Limburg KWPN Foal Auction held at equestrian centre De Peelbergen on 21 September 2016.

The Limburg foal auction offered a mix of dressage and jumping bred foals for sale.

The most expensive foal was a dressage bred one, Lardeaux (by Ferdeaux x Wynton) which sold to Dutch customers or 45,000 euro. The most expensive jumper foal was Leon Hodieza (by Comme Il Faut x Nassau) which sold to the Turkish Carpe Diem team for 34,000 euro.

Colt Di Caprio van Hof ter Wilde (by De Niro x Ferro) was the second most expensive dressage foal and sold to Belgium for 14,000 euro. Now or Never van Hof ter Wilde (by Negro x Sarkozy) sold for 9,500 euro. The colt Larson (by Charmeur x United) was secured for 10,000 euro, colt Lutador (by Hennessy x Sandro Hit) for 9,500 euro.

Filly Lurona (by Glamourdale x Negro) sold to Americans for 11,000 euro, while filly Lobelia (by Sir Donnerhall x Gribaldi) sold for 9,500 euro. Filly Lione (by Governor x Negro) achieved a knock down price of 7,500 euro.

The bay colt Lord Kendale (by Lord Leatherdale x Kennedy) sold for 8,000 euro, while the bay colt La Paz Scin D (by De Niro x Welt Hit II) sold for 7,500 euro. The black colt Leopold SRV (by Dream Boy x Andretti) switched owners for 6,500 euro.

More than 100 foals were auctioned at this event. The average price for a foal was 9,100 euro, for a dressage foal that average was 8,250 euro.

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