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Investing in the future: Special talents in the auction of

Friday, 28 January 2022
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Oloma - Cornet Obolensky x Concorde

In this new year has once again managed to select 30 promising horses.

In recent years has sold horses all over the world and slowly more and more of those horses can be seen in the sport. only selects the best and high-quality showjumpers who have a bright future ahead of them. 

This collection includes the Olympic genes of Cornet Obolensky, top sire Diamant de Semilly and the international sport and breeding stallion Kannan GFE. Many of the selected horses are already under saddle and ready to go to work.

Selection of the collection

We would be happy to show you a part of the collection. The collection can currently be viewed at Bids can be placed until Saturday 29 January. Don't miss your chance on these talented horses! 


The Grand Prix stallion Diamant de Semilly is one of the best breeding stallions in the world as he sires excellent offspring such as Emerald van ‘t Ruytershof, Quickly de Kreisker, Dominator Z and Utamaro d’Ecaussines. 


Here we find the Olympic stallion Cornet Obolensky coupled to the prominent Loma damline, from which numerous international sporthorses descend, including the highest level performing Voyeur (s.Tolano van ‘t Riethof)

Quasi K Z

The international sport and breeding stallion Quasimodo Z has produced a remarkable series of international showjumpers from a limited number of offspring.


The excellent Quabri de l’Isle can look back on a very successful sports career, as he was a finalist at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and he was also competing in Tokyo. 


Sire I’m Special de Muze has performed at international 1.50m level with Zoï Snels and totally lives up to his great origins by developing into a first-class breeding stallion.


This three-year-old jumping talent descends from the Oldenburg approved premium stallion Balou Peggio, who is now competing at national 1.40/1.45m level under Alexander Uekermann at the age of nine. 

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