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Callas leads the way at Holsteiner Verband's spring auction

Sunday, 24 March 2013

The four year old Callas (Casall x Coriano x Romino) was the most expensive horse at the Holsteiner Verband’s spring auction yesterday. The mare was sold for 70 000 Euro to a jumping stable in Belgium, but she will stay at the Holsteiner Verband for further education. The five year old Charité (Corrido x Acord II) was sold for 30 000 Euro to Italy, and will go there together with three other horses that Alessandro Mingoli bought for customers in Italy. The Clearway-daughter Clearline was sold for 26 500 Euro to the well known German auctioneer Uwe Heckmann.

The average price for the 25 horses that were sold was 17 700 Euro, and it was a sum the organizers weren’t totally satisfied with. "We have to think about the date. Several riders that are at the Spanish Sunshine Tour as well as at the show in Arezzo and in Warstein were missing," Norbert Boley says in a press release on the Holsteiner Verband's website.

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