Furst Fabelhaft (by Furst Jazz x L'Espoir) became the champion of the 2019 Zfdp Stallion Licensing held in Kreuth, Germany, on 6 - 8 December 2019.
The Breed Society for German Horses (Zfdp) held its winter auction in East Bavaria and its stallion committee ended up approving six dressage bred colts at its winter licensing. Three of them were premium stallions.
Furst Fabelhaft is bred by Hartmut Ahmann and owned by Verena Brand.
The committee named the tobino coloured Classico Deluxe C (by Cadeau Noir x Blickpunkt x Samico) the "Best Zfdp Horse" of the licensing. He was the crowd favourite with his paint coat and quality movements.
Also approved were Eugene Reesink's premium colt Sparta (by Sir Heinrich x Diamond Hit). Reesink also saw Fortnite (by Franziskus x De Niro) approved.
The fifth licensed stallion was a nameless Totilas x Canturo x Corofino, bred by jumping rider Björn Nagel and co-owned by the breeder and Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff. Matthieu Beckmann saw his Babtiste (by Benicio x Dollmann) licensed.
At the third edition of the Young Stallions Auction 32 colts were sold at auction. Babtiste sold for 102,000 euro. The licensing champion Furst Fabelhaft only fetched 32,000 euro. The average price for a horse in this auction was approximately 18,000 euro.
Complete results here.
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