Chosen Talented Horses: Last Chance to Bid on your Future Grand Prix Horse!

Today is the last day you can bid on the Chosen Talents of Chosen auction. Chosen is an online auction that brings super Grand Prix prospects together. “We’re convinced that all the horses we selected, will jump at the highest level one day”, the organizers state.

A quick look at the Chosen Talents proves that the organizers, Juan Carlos Perez, Damien Haelterman and Wael Ezzedine, are not lying when it comes to the quality of the horses.

Creevyquinn Poseur (f. Cornet Obolenksy), is a five year old mare and definitely a superstar in the making. Her pedigree doesn’t lie: she is very well bred, out of the line of Brooke van de Zuuthoeve of Richie Moloney, the Olympic medalist Bubalu VDL and N-Aldato of Emile Hendrix.

Six-year-old Orphy van de Kruishoeve’s (f. Elvis Ter Putte) results don’t lie: she has ten international starts, jumping clear eight times, she jumped to a sixth place in the World Breeding Championships and ended on eight place during the Belgian Championships. She never drops a ball, nor the rail.

Enzo de Laubry Z (pictured above) is a six-year-old gelding by Echo van’t Spieveld named after the founder of Ferrari. And it seems that this name suits him well. If you’re out looking for a horse with unlimited abilities this is one to look out for. He manages to combine his qualities with blood and respect for the rail.

Aska Chin de Saulieu is a six-year-old gelding by Grand-Prix-horse-producer Asca Z. Next to the traditional qualities of a good sport horse, like scope and sharpness, he excels in intelligence. He’s a smart horse who can read the sport and the course, perfectly adapting to every situation. Also he possesses great balance, giving his rider a lot of comfort and confidence.

Don’t miss your chance to bid on one of these Talents or pick you favorite at! Auction ends tonight!

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