A lot of plane tickets can be booked for showjumping horses auctioned at Youhorse.auction. The Christmas edition closed on Tuesday 21 December, after receiving many online visits from new and familiar clients.
The monthly auctions of Mario Everse and Alan Waldman and the good references clearly earned a lot of confidence. Sixteen horses were sold for 22,000 euro and more and several professionals came shopping. An Austrian Grand Prix rider, residing in Belgium, bid 45,000 euro for the 7-yr-old, extremely handsome Joint Strike Go (Dallas VDL x Argentinus).
For 40,000 euro the very experienced Go-Go (Cardento VDL x Lux) was sold to South Africa and hunter talent Krombacher HS (Douglas VDL x Chin Chin) went to the USA.
The 5-yr-old Tangelina EH Z (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Darco) will move to a Dutch stables for 38,000 euro. “I could not let her go. Her dam Carrera de Muze has already jumped big classes and grandam Walnut de Muze even performed at the European Championships under Harrie Smolders. She not only has a super pedigree, but she is an excellent jumper too. One that is very suitable for the combination sport and breeding”, says the new owner.
For 36,000 euro the 7-yr-old J Cesselina (Cascadello) will continue her career in the USA. The pony Kyran van Equi Center has, for a similar amount, been reserved for the Dutch pony sport. Worth mentioning are further the 35,013 euro paid by Luxembourg for the 6-yr-old Popeye van de Nachtegaele (Balpar de Trebox) and the winning bid of 34,000 euro from Belgium for Mini Me (Grandorado TN), who finished eighth in this year’s KWPN championships for 4-yr-olds.
The USA took the lead with eight purchases, but also Germany (5), the Netherlands (5) and Great Britain (3) were going strong. There were also sales to Spain, France, Canada, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Sweden and South Africa.
“Yes, we are very pleased and happy with the obvious confidence in our auction. But it is no time to stand still, the next auction will already be held from 1 – 4 January 2022. A nice weekend to open the new auction year. The collection is a little smaller, but highly interesting! With, again, several amazing jumpers,” Mario Everse reveals.