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35th Holsteiner Spring Auction Sale: Interesting Horses for all Disciplines

Elmshorn, Germany – On April 25, more than 40 horses on offer in the 35th Holsteiner Spring Auction Sale will be knocked down to new owners via online bidding. Now stabled at Elmshorn, the ridden horses are ready to be viewed and tried out, whereas the uncut diamonds will be ready for viewing after having been moved into their box stalls on 23 April.

Last Monday, the 20 course ready horses had already performed to the best advantage in a live presentation. The event was broadcasted by ClipMyHorse.TV and can be viewed free of charge in the ClipMyHorse library. For further information on the horses, visit the holsteiner.auction portal giving access to additional pictures, video footage and x-rays.

The dam line of Quilea by Quibery-Clarimo (lot no. 3) has produced several successful 1.45m level show jumpers.

“Of course, individual viewings and try-outs can be arranged any time and we have no problems to comply with COVID-19 and social distancing regulations on our spacious Verband facilit grounds”, says head of auction and executive director Roland Metz. He and his team have again succeeded in putting together a high-quality collection offering interesting candidates for all disciplines:

A wide choice of promising young show jumping talents, many of them already placed in competition, including for example lot no. 21, the For Pleasure-Cormint son, Fietz. The bay stallion has already been collecting ribbons at A** level in young horse jumping classes. For eventing enthusiasts, the starting box holds two mares just made for cross country, Indira by Cascadello I-Nekton (lot no 9) and Charity by Casall-Heraldik TB (lot no 39). While Indira has already placed in young horse classes at A* level, Charity boasts show jumping results at A** level and obtained the results in cross country classes to L level required to qualify for the National Championships.

Sullivan by Secret-Lorentin I (lot no 46), on the other hand, is a prospect for a promising future in the dressage arena on offer in the 35th Holsteiner spring auction sale collection.All information on the horses is available on holsteiner.auction.

For all questions around the auction sale and the horses please contact:

  • Roland Metz (+49 171 4364 651)

Individual viewings and try-outs can be arranged anytime until the start of the auction on 25 April.

The final presentation starting at 9:00am on the day of the auction is live streamed on ClipMyHorse.TV. The bidding starts at 3:00pm.

Source: Press Release from Holsteiner Verband

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