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Perfect start

The Verden Auction Online had a perfect start in January. For 218.000 Euro Fiadora was sold to France. The average price paid at the first auction of the year was 24,762 Euros – around 5,000 Euros more than the previous year at the same location.

 

From the beginning of the online auction, the Fürsten-Look/Valentino daughter Fiadora (breeder: Dr. Michael Lühs, Wagenfeld, exhibitor: Anke Tonne-Lühs, Wagenfeld) was a top candidate for the top price.  Twenty-one bidders submitted 156 bids, with France competing versus Austria in the end: For 218,000 Euros, the Hannoveraner premium candidate, who is equipped with the very best talents, will start her journey to the "Grande Nation". There, her further training for the big dressage arena with a French Olympic rider will be accompanied by her international trainer.

 

The high quality of the show jumping horses was also rewarded by the customers. The online auction ended at 65,000 Euros for the licensed stallion Light Up E by Light On/Embassy (breeder and exhibitor: Dirk and Lars Eggers GbR, Hamburg), who will continue his training in a renowned stable in Lower Saxony.

 

The high-class collection at the Verden auction in January will promote the Hannoveraner Verband worldwide. 30 of the 61 horses will leave Germany. In addition to other European countries, buyers from the USA and Mexico came to the auction.

 

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Fiadora by Fürsten-Look/Valentino was auctioned off to France for 218,000 Euros. Photo: Hannoveraner Verband
Fiadora by Fürsten-Look/Valentino was auctioned off to France for 218,000 Euros. Photo: Hannoveraner Verband