Fürstenerbe, Price Highlight of the 2020 Oldenburg Autumn Elite Auction

Sun, 10/04/2020 - 19:39
Fürstenerbe (by Fürsten-Look x De Niro x  Rubinstein) :: Photo © Feldhaus

Riding horse Fürstenerbe became the price highlight of the 2020 Oldenburg Autumn Elite Auction in Vechta on 3 October 2020. 

The price highlight was Fürstenerbe (by Fürsten-Look x De Niro x  Rubinstein), bred by Heinrich Gerriets and owned by Martin Otten. The beautiful black gelding was sold to Doris and Max Matti from Switzerland for 126,000 euro. Top dressage rider David Taylor will take his place in the saddle for the training. Triple European Junior Champion Der Erbe OLD (by Dimaggio) under Jana Schrödter is his half brother. 

The second most expensive horse was the 6-year-old grey stallion Borsody (by Bordeaux x Sandro Hit x Donnerschwee), bred by Bernd Huslage jun. and owned by Friedbert Schaul. This ultra-modern eye-catcher from the famous Rudilore dam line sold to Hope Cooper in the USA for 107,000 euro. 

German buyers secured Invictus (by Ibiza x Belissimo M) for 94,000 euro. The same price was paid by Americans for Brighton (by Belissimo M x Donnerschwee)

Fosbury (by For Romance x Depardieu) stays in Germany for 83,000 euro. Swiss clients also bought Billionaire (by Benicio x San Amour) for 80,500 euro. 

The price highlight of the show jumpers was the OS champion mare Con Sugar (by Solitair - Check In - Contendro). She sold for 86,500 Euro to Heinrichs Horses stable and will be ridden by Tobias Meyer. 

Austrian Nicola Ahorner bought Le Mans (by Le Vivaldi x Statesman) for 53,000 euro. Mexicans purchased Don Dario (by Don Larino x Rouletto x Volkorn xx) for 50,000 euro; a German buyer got Der Maggio (by Dimaggio x Sir Donnerhall) for 44,500 euro.

Future Dream (by For Romance x Sir Donnerhall) will find a future life in Great Britain for 39,000 euro. Spanish customers bought Face to Face (by Furst Wilhelm x Christ) for 25,000 euro. 

A client based in Monaco purchased Glasgow (by Glamourdale x Bon A'Parte) for 28,000 euro. 

More than half of all riding horses inspired Oldenburg friends abroad in the future. These quality horses are sold to Switzerland (5), USA (3), Austria (2), Spain (2), Belgium (1), Great Britain (1), Indonesia (1), Italy (1), Mexico (1) and Monaco (1).  The average price for a sport horse was 43,061 euro.