Flanders Foal Auction Passes German Border with 25 Foals

When you are heading to Germany as a Belgian auction, you obviously bring the best of Belgium. On Saturday evening, July 29, Flanders Foal Auction will auction showjumping foals from world’s best damlines during the young horse show at Holger Hetzel Stables in Goch. The collection is completed with foals from French, Dutch, German and even Swedish damlines.

“We will be heading to Goch with 25 highly interesting foals, with great conformations and outstanding movements. Among them will be future international showjumping horses and approved stallions”, organizers Gerald Lenaerts and Luk Van Puymbroek assure.

Last Saturday, Flanders Foal Auction in Moerzeke achieved an auction result of no less than 27,303 euros as an average price. “A result we don’t easily match. Last year we auctioned in Germany for 20,450 euros on average and we were already very satisfied with that. The venue at Holger Hetzel’s was excellent, the cooperation was pleasant and our guests had a great time. We are really looking forward to put on a successful second edition.”

Last year’s atmosphere was so good that even Holger Hetzel himself bought several foals. “I never buy foals, never!”, he laughed afterwards. “But foals drive people crazy, especially with this atmosphere”, Hetzel looks on the very first auction at his venue.

Entry for the young horse show is free of charge as is the admission to Flanders Foal Auction.

The live and online audience will be spoiled with an outstanding group of foals. Flanders Foal Auction presents fillies from the damlines of Walnut de Muze, Electra van ‘t Roosakker, Kashmir van Schuttershof, Baloubet du Rouet and Ukato and colts from families such as those of Itot du Chateau, Zambesi TN, Butterfly Flip, Larthago, Usha van ‘t Roosakker and Fragance de Chalus.

Check out the collection here:

Source: Press Release from Flanders Foal Auction

Photo: © Flanders Foal Auction