With only a few hours to go until the auction closes, the tension is rising! Fifteen talented young dressag- and jumping horses are looking for a new owner. The collection is characterized by fine sport horses that are also interesting for breeding. Of course, all horses are inspected by a veterinarian.

Sires such as Just Wimphof, Desperado, Painted Black, Governor, Ebony, Feinrich, Ghandi and Impression sign for fatherhood. This means that we see proven top progenitors as well as Grand Prix horses and interesting younger stallions in the pedigree of the dressage horses. In addition to two National Mares: Nizelle (by Feinrich) and Noa Dora-V (by Desperado), the collection also includes a mare in foal: Just Wimphof daughter Narona expects a foal by Nirvano (by For Ferrero) next year.

Fiftheen horses
The nine dressage horses together with six showjumpers form the collection. They descend from: Quabri de L'Isle, Andiamo, Falaise de Muze, Inaico VDL, Lyjanero and Il Est Balou. The Quabri de L'isle daughter Nina ES (dam sire Chacco-Blue) is in foal to the French Candy de Nantuell.

Auction closes tonight
Bidding is in full swing since Friday. Both foreign and Dutch bidders have already found their way to the auction platform. The auction closes tonight from 8 p.m. Do you have any questions or do you want to know more about the auction horses? Our sales team is happy to talk to you about these talented horses. You can contact Wim Versteeg via +31 6 54 20 18 00 or via

Photo Nina ES: Jacquelien van Tartwijk

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