Clarimo colt Philvano D sold as most expensive foal for 10.000 euros at the second-last KWPN Online Foal auction
The seventh collection has been a wrap! Last night 27 foals were auctioned and not without success, were several foals remain in the Netherlands.
With an amount of 10.000 euros, Philvano D (s.Clarimo) was the most expensive foal of this edition. The Wittinger VDL daughter Dilvana is the dam of this colt, she is the half-sister of 4 Grand Prix horses, among which is the Grand Prix horse Silvana HDC (s.Corland) ridden by Kevin Staut. The good news is Philvano D will remain in the Netherlands, by a Dutch bidder who won the bidding dual.
Between the dressage foals the Le Formidable colt Penoza Cordes te Mendoza became the most expensive foal, which was sold for 9.000 euros and will remain in the Netherlands too. The filly by Don VHP Z, Porto Ella, was sold for 7.000 euros and will stay in the Netherlands. Four foals switched owners for an amount of 6.000 euros: Postara Gold (s.Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve), Phoenix (s.Hermes), Puck (s.El Barone III Z) and Phoenix Maximus N (s.Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve). The first two foals mentioned will stay in the Netherlands, the other two will go to Italy and Germany.
Last night, buyers from Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Portugal, and Sweden have invested in several foals. Roughly 80% of the foals were sold last night, 45% will find their new home in foreign countries. The average price of this edition was 4.700 euros.
This year’s final collection has been launched, including 15 jumping foals and 11 dressage foals. The bidding will start the upcoming Friday and will end Monday the 12th from 8 PM. This collection includes among others the half-brother of the KWPN approved and American Hunter Champion El Primero, Primero (s.Numero Uno), and the half-brother of the Big Tour horse Ferrero (s.Rhodium), Pardijn (s.Taminiau).
Picture Philvano D: Anniek de Wit