Global Dressage Auction: Start bidding on impressive embryo collection
Would you like to welcome a top dressage foal in your stables this spring? A foal with an exceptional pedigree? Take your chance and invest in an embryo via Global Dressage Auction. Thirteen embryos, including two frozen embryos, are compiled in this collection.
Returning buyer since the first auction Roos van Schaik is one of the satisfied customers. “The reason I bought an embryo via Global Dressage Auction is that I do not possess a broodmare out of such an exquisite damline. Mares like those are rare and hard to get your hands on. It then pays off to invest in an embryo.”
“Simply really good”
I am convinced it is financially more attractive to buy an embryo rather than breeding a foal with such a pedigree yourself, let alone finding such a mare first. Last year, I was quite impressed how the collection was presented on the auction website. There was abundant information available about each embryo and all terms and conditions, insurance or not, were clearly laid down. This sent a message of confidence, and they truly lived up to the expectations. There were no surprises, the way this auction is organised is simply really good. The current collection also looks promising.”
From Weihegold to Sandro Hit
Several highlights in this collection are an embryo by Escolar-son Ellis out of the daughter of Weihegold OLD, an embryo by Vitalis x Totilas whose granddam is the full sister of Sandro Hit, an embryo of Jameson RS2 out of the sister of Desperados FRH, two embryos that have a granddam that is the full sister of Parzival and what about an embryo by Vivaldi out of the full sister of GLOCK’s Romanov and Rubin Royal or an embryo by Dante Weltino out of the half-sister of GLOCK’s Johnson?
A total of thirteen genetically appealing embryos are offered for sale, among them two frozen embryos. The man in charge of the selection, Koos Poppelaars, is again more than pleased with the collection. “People can come to us for the right genetic makeup. Not any genes, but the best and most compelling dressage genes. And there is a growing demand for these genes. The best foals are often sold to stud owners directly after, or even prior to, birth. That is why it is interesting to invest in an embryo, plus the buyer does not have to wait for an entire year for the foal to be born.”
Bidding closes Sunday
Placing a bid on your favourites is possible until Sunday night, January 23rd. From 20.00hrs onwards, the auction closes. Are you hesitant to put in a bid or are you not sure how it works exactly? Watch the instruction video below.
View the whole collection on the website of Global Dressage Auction.