Last chance, tonight the sixth KWPN Online Foal Auction closes
There is also interest in the foals in this auction. The Kjento daughter Romance, for example, is currently at 5,000 euros. A potential buyer from the Netherlands has the highest bid.
Bidders from Spain, Russia and the Netherlands
Most bids are currently for the Kjento son Reafun. His counter is currently at 11,000 euros. Up to now, the bidder from Spain has had the longest straw, but has faced competition from various bidders from Russia, America and the Netherlands, among other things. The Cornet Obolensky son Rivelino is now worth 4,250 euros, Spanish buyers are also active for him.
Extended by three minutes
Experience shows that especially the last hour of the auction is a lot of bidding. The auction closes at 8 p.m. tonight. The auction always ends for five foals at the same time. If a new bid is made in the last five minutes, the time will be extended by three minutes. Not yet registered as a bidder? This can be done easily, for free and quickly. We will also keep you informed of all KWPN auctions.
In addition to the United Kingdom, Canada and Denmark, there are also active foreign bidders from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Bulgaria, Chile and Germany. Last year, more than half of the foals sold went to a future abroad.
More info via KWPN inspector
During the photo and video day, all foals were assessed by a KWPN inspector and clinically inspected by a veterinarian. The foals are therefore selected on health and correctness, the basis for a promising future. The KWPN inspector will be happy to assist you with all your questions about the foals. In addition, our sponsor can support Horses2Fly in international transport. For questions, please contact Mairin van der Tol via firstname.lastname@example.org, 0341-255511 or you can call Wim Versteeg: 06-54201800.
Photo Rock Me Baby (by Ferguson): Anniek de Wit