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Eurocommerce horse sales reversed

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

The reversation of the sale of London made in February, makes the horse a part of the Eurocommerce bankruptcy estate. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. The bankruptcy trustee dealing with the bankruptcy of Eurocommerce has reversed the horse sales that were made from Eurocommerce to Gevi International earlier this year.  Gevi International is owned by Ger Visser jr, the son of Eurocommerce owner Ger Visser, and the sales are suspected to be made due to Eurocommerce’s big financial problems. Now the transactions have been reversed which makes the horses, including the double Olympic silver medalist London,  a part of the bankruptcy estate.


Two other Eurocommerce horses, California and Vigaro, were recently sold to other owners. It is so far not known if the bankruptcy will affect these transactions as well.

Related articles:     

Olympic silver medalist London seized

London confirmed seized, but back in the Netherlands

Vigaro sold

Eurocommere California sold




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