Diamonique, Top Seller of the 2021 Westfalian Autumn Elite Auction

Mon, 10/04/2021 - 10:00

Diamonique became the price highlight of the 2021 Westfalian Autumn Elite auction in Munster-Handorf, Germany, on 3 October 2021.

A total of 55 horses changed hands and almost half of them will move abroad.

Diamonique (by Don Nobless x Laudabilis) sold for 202,000 euro to Luxembourg client. The mare is bred by Maria Leusmann and achieved the fourth best result of the year in her mare performance test, scoring 8.41 points.

The second most expensive horse of this online auction was Baileys on Ice (by Benicio x Florestan), who will stay in Germany for 85,000 euro. 

Quarkbällchen (by Quantensprung x Belissimo M) sold for 75,500 euro.

Belgian clients bought Liborio STMT (by Jazz x Ampere) for 40,500 euro, although the horse ended up not being paid for and returned to owner, Freiberger Hof.

Melodie (by Glamourdale x Uptown) for 31,000 euro, and Ben Schufro (by Benicio x Don Schufro) for 25,000 euro.

Blomquist (by Benicio x Gaudeamus) sold for 36,000 euro, Sonador (by Sir Heinrich x Furst Piccolo) found a new home in the U.K. for 33,000 euro.

Spanish customers secured Eternal Flame (by Escolar x Furst Wilhelm) for 31,500 euro. Dablino (by Don Nobless x Fidermark) switched owners for 35,000 euro, Funny (by Furst Jazz x Laudabilis) had a sales price of 34,500 euro.

French Grand Prix rider Charlotte Chalvignac Vesin bought First Love (by Franziskus x Soliman de Hus) for 18,500 euro.

Diamond Blue
The most expensive show jumper was Quasi Plus (by Quasimodo van de Molendreef x Quinta Real) led the field of show jumpers with a knockdown price of 68,000 euro.

Five riding ponies were offered for sale and four of them sold, two will go abroad. The most expensive pony was the licensed pony stallion Diamond Blue (by FS Daddy Cool x FS Golden Moonlight). Bred by Ulrich and Katja Neuhaus and owned by Stefanie Rothenberger-Krause, the palomino sold to the Netherlands for 38,500 euro.

Palomino gelding Miami (by FS Mr Right x Pilgrim's Red) found a new owner in France for 26,000 euro, while Schelenburgs New Flame (by FS Numero Uno x FS Champion de Luxe) sold for 25,500 euro.

The average price for a sport horse in this auction was 28,909 euro, the average price for a pony was 25,625 euro.

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