Enny, Best Seller at 2020 Westfalian Winter Auction

Mon, 01/20/2020 - 15:22
Enny (by Estobar x Furst Piccolo)

The 5-year old chestnut mare Enny became the best selling horse of the 2020 Westfalian Winter Auction in Munster-Handorf on 19 January 2020.

For the first time auctioneer Thomas Munch swung the hammer, replacing Bernd Richter who retired at the end of 2019. 

Enny (by Estobar x Furst Piccolo), bred by Birgit Moegelin, sold for 72,000 euro to a German customer. 

The 4-year old Bella Donna (by Belissimo M x Briar), bred by Helmut Gäher, sold for the second highest price to a German, who paid 50,000 euro. 

The dark bay Rambla Zamba (by Rock Forever x Florencio) will remain in Germany and sold for 43,000 euro.

The chestnut Sir Rheingold (by Sir Heinrich x Furst Piccolo) will move abroad for 42,000 euro.

Foreign customers bought Fleur Petit B (by Farbenspiel x Lauries Crusador xx) for 34,000 euro.

The most expensive pony was the palomino Goldkurs (by Hesselteich's Golden Dream x Bavarottie), which sold for 27,000 euro. 

Sixty-four horses in the collection were sold and they achieved an average price of 17,516 euro. 

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