Djamila, Best Seller of the First Westfalian Online Auction of 2024

Tue, 01/23/2024 - 08:02
Westfalian Auction News
Djamila (by Danciero x Cascadello)  :: Photos © Reckimedia

The 2024 auction year has started in Munster-Handorf and on 21 January 2024 the first online auction of sport horses took place. 

A collection of 46 young horses was up for sale and 38 of them sold for an average price of 19,566 euro. The dressage horses were 17,580 euro on average in this auction.

The price highlight was the rising 4-year old mare Djamila (by Danciero x Cascadello) which sold for 75,000 euro to a German bidder. She is bred by Carl Kramer and was owned by Rupert Koppold

Mares were the most wanted in this auction as Viva Rose (by Viva Gold x Sir Donnerhall) sold for 32,000 euro, while Feodora (by Foundation x Bentley) went for 25,500 euro and Liebelle (by Livaldon x Worldly) for 23,500 euro.

Americans bought Batistua (by Baron x Diamond Hit) for 19,500 euro. Malcolm (by Maracana x Silbermond) and Varos (by Villeneuve x Rosandro) move to Switzerland for 18,500 and 16,000 euro. A Dutch client bought French Kiss (by Finest x Belissimo M) for 16,000 euro. 

Two horses go to Spain: Dawson's Creek (by Don Nobless x Samarant) and Sharma (by Secret x Floriscount) both sold for 15,000 euro.

A Slovakian purchased Destano's Dream Come True (by Destano x Franziskus) for 11,000 euro. Extravagant (by Escamillo x Feedback) found a new home in Sweden for 10,000 euro. Fitzgerald (by For Romance x Rubin Royal) goes to Austria for 8,750 euro.

22 January 2024: Venice Beach

And the online bidding continued also the next day as a collection of 20 rising 3-year old youngsters was offered for sale on 22 January 2024. 

Venice Beach
The top seller was Venice Beach (by Vaderland x Belissimo M), bred by Christin Boekhoff and owned by Mathieu Beckmann. This horse sold for 25,000 euro to the U.S.A.

The grey Tainted Love (by Taurus x Validation) sold to Denmark for 20,000 euro. An Italian bought Vancouver (by Viva Gold x Desperados) for 15,000 euro and Joana KR (by Jovian x Furst Piccolo) for 6,000 euro, while Ferris (by Felissimo x Chico's Boy) moves to Greece for 11,000 euro. A Swiss bought Being Alive (by Benicio x Marques) for 10,000 euro.

Ten out of 20 offered horses found a new owner for an average price of 13,275 euro. 

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