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The concept of the Global Dressage Auction turned out to be an untapped market. Their first auction, with very exclusive embryos, was a great success. The first foals have been born already and the (inter)national demand for high quality dressage foals remains high. Time for a new auction from the minds of Global Dressage Auction.

The second online GDA-auction focuses on extremely talented dressage foals that could be interesting for both breeding and sport. Bidding on this exclusive group of quality foals is possible from the 19th till the 22th of June.

The selection is entrusted to Koos Poppelaars, co-initiator of Global Dressage Auction. We are looking for 10 to 15 foals. We focus on foals of high quality to distinguish ourselves and are therefore not fixated on large numbers. The most important in selecting the foals are the movement and conformation, we furthermore take the pedigree into account. They must be the total package.”

The successful first edition was in part made possible by the embryo of the combination of world champion Revolution out of the dam of world champion Jovian. For 27.000 euros this embryo was sold to Germany. Overall, almost 80% of the lots were sold and a substantial share of it moved abroad.

Do you have a dressage foal that is eligible for this exclusive auction? And would you like to present this foal to a large international customer base? Sign up via the website.

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