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Starting bid for SFN Zenith N.O.P begins at 500 000 Euro

Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Sport

The starting bid for double World and European Champion SFN Zenith N.O.P. will begin at 500 000 Euro when he goes under the hammer at an online auction in September. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
The starting bid for double World and European Champion SFN Zenith N.O.P. will begin at 500 000 Euro when he goes under the hammer at an online auction in September. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

The Showjumping Fund of the Netherlands (SFN), has announced that the starting bid for double World and European Champion SFN Zenith N.O.P. will begin at 500 000 Euro when he goes under the hammer at an online auction in September.

Aquila SFN, Wout-Jan van der Schans’ Nations Cup ride, will also have a starting price of 500 000 Euro and bids for both horses will be accepted in increments of 50 000 Euro.

The four younger horses, Chuck Blue SFN, Djumpsina SFN, Eloma’s Blue SFN and Ferrari SFN, will have a starting price of 50 000 Euro with bids in increments of 10 000 Euro.

The online auction, which will be operated by BVA Auctions in the Netherlands, will officially open on Wednesday 14th September, and will remain open until 4pm on Wednesday 21st September.

Speaking on behalf of the SFN, Henk Rottinghuis, the President of the SFN Board, said, “The starting bids we have set reflects the quality of the horses up for sale and we have used the experience of BVA Auctions in this field as guidance. There has already been a lot of advance interest in the sale so we are really looking forward to seeing how the auction will unfold, not only for the proven 5* horses, but for the up-and-coming youngsters, who have such great potential and an exciting future in the world of showjumping.”  

 


Source: Press release from Revolution Sports + Entertainment // Picture © Jenny Abrahamsson  

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