Very successful EDS-Prinsenstad

Hooge Mierde-The EDS team can look back on a very successful auction in which expectations were exceeded. No less than 55 foals came under the virtual hammer. Nine foals were not awarded. The average sales price of the foals sold was almost € 10,000, of which ten foals were sold for € 15,000 or more.

Soulmate BVP (So Perfect x Gray Flanell) was the auction topper with € 44,000. A fantastic stallion from the well-known mare line of Don Schufro and Just Wimphof! This topper was sold to a well-known Dutch dressage rider and therefore remains on Dutch soil. For Showtime (Las Vegas x Grand Galaxy Win) a bidding duel followed between the Netherlands and Sweden. This most expensive filly remains in the Netherlands for € 39,000. An absolutely handsome foal that can move with a lot of expression! A son of Livius, Stanley, changed hands for €21,000.

Live presentation

In the afternoon prior to the auction, interested parties had the opportunity to view the foals from the collection live or to follow the presentation live from home via Clipmyhorse. Many foals went the extra mile in the arena. A few weeks before, there was a lot of interest in several high-quality foals and nothing could be further from the truth, soon after the presentation there were many bids from home and abroad.

Las Vegas and Fürst Dior offspring favourite

With ten foals in the collection, the Ferdeaux son was one of the top suppliers. Las Vegas is performance champion of his year and won the Pavo Cup. Expectations for the stallion are therefore very high for the World Championships for young dressage horses next month in Ermelo. Four of his foals were sold for more than € 15,000. The offspring of the young stallion Fürst Dior were also in demand and many buyers expressed their interest. With four foals in the auction, two (out of the well-known dam Bukkie) were sold for more than € 10,000. The son of two-time world champion Glamourdale, Sinclair S, was auctioned for € 16,000 and the daughter of Dutch Champion and two-time bronze medal winner Hermès, So Happy, will go to its new owners for € 16,000.