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Catch the Moon achieves the highest price at the XII. ESI Sport Horse and Foal Auction

Tuesday, 01 October 2013

Hendrik Schulze Rückamp and Otto Vaske at the ESI Auction.The XII. Elite Sales International (ESI) Sport Horse and Foal Auction in Klein Roscharden ended with a total sale of 1.051.950 Euro on Saturday evening. The turnover at the auction made ​​happy faces for the breeders and exhibitors, as well as the auction leaders Henrik Klatte and Otto Vaske. A total of 59 showjumping colts and fillies from proven mothers as well as 24 exquisite four-to seven-year-old showjumping horses were auctioned off by the auctioneer Hendrik Schulze Rückamp.

The highest price was achieved with 75.000 Euro by the five year old Hanoverian gelding Catch the Moon by Canturo - Contendro I, who was sold to Germany. Vogelfrei by Verdi – Cordalme also stays in Germany after being auctioned off for 62.000 Euro. Overall, the lot of jumping horses achieved a turnover of 586 500 Euro. This was an average price of just under 25.000 Euro per jumper. "It is encouraging that many of the horses came close to a turnover of 30.000 Euro," said Klatte afterwards. A total of five horses reached a price above the said sum of 30.000 Euro. 13 of the horses were sold to Germany, three were sold abroad to Italy and three to the Netherlands, two to Belgium and two to the States. One horse has a new Bulgarian owner.

The top prize for the foals was achieved by a brown colt by Voltaire – Lordanos, that was sold to England for 18.000 Euro. Daft Punk, a colt by Darco - Chin Chin, was sold for 16.500 Euro to a renowned stud farm in South Oldenburg. In the end, each foal came to an average price of 7.889 Euro. 34 foals were sold to German owners, eight to Italians. Five foals went to Belgium and Russia, three to the United States.

For more information on the sale visit and the ESI Facebook page.

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