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Stakkato-daughter sells for 2.4 million Euros at XXXIX. P.S.I. Auction

Monday, 10 December 2018
Sport

Photo (c)  Thomas Hellmann Stakkariealla was sold to America for 2.4 million Euros at this weekend's P.S.I. Auction. Photo (c) Thomas Hellmann.

The 6-year-old Stakkato-daughter Stakkariealla was sold to America for 2.4 million Euros at this weekend's P.S.I. Auction in Germany. 

That made Stakkariealla the most expensive jumping horse ever sold in the 39-year history of the P.S.I. Auction. The mare is a product of the breeding program at the Lewitz Stud, and she has already earned successes under German rider Patrick Stühlmeyer. “I’m sure that this is one of the best horses I have ever bred,” Paul Schockemöhle said after the auction. 

The showjumpers brought a total of 9.975.000 Euros, with an average of 399.000 Euros.

 


Source: Press release from the P.S.I. Auction

Photo © P.S.I. Auction



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