Oldenburg friends from all over the world secured their future stars in the 19th Elite Foal Auction with first-class pedigrees. In the dressage foal collection, the legendary Donnerhall line impressed with a strong moving Damon Hill son. The jumping foals shone with offspring by Cornet Obolensky, who set the top prices with his son and granddaughter.

The price peak with 41,000 Euros was Don Royal by Damon Hill – Rubin-Royal – Figaro, bred and exhibited by Vivien Rudolph from Kirchgellersen/Lower Saxony. The strong moving stallion prospect will stay with a dressage lover in Germany in the future.

The second price peak with 27,000 Euros was Zypriana by Zackerey – Florencio I – Lord Liberty G, bred and exhibited by Frank Grote from Neuenkirchen/Lower Saxony. From the Rulli-Rudilore dam line: the Grand Prix winners Horizon/Adrienne Lyle, USA, Glock’s Romanov/Hans Peter Minderhoud, NED, Rubin Royal OLD/Hendrik Lochthowe. The elegant movement artist stays with a good Oldenburg friend in Germany.

In the jumping foal collection, two Oldenburg elite foals advanced to price peaks with 14,000 Euros: On the one hand, it was Come together by Comme il faut (by Cornet Obolensky) Casall – Cassini I, bred and exhibited by Jochen Willen, Löningen/Lower Saxony. From the dam line 776: the sires Ramiro, Acorado I and II as well as Lordanos and the top mare Vienna Olympic/1.60 m under Sheikh Ali Al Thani, QAT. The filly moves to regular customers in Switzerland. On the other hand the price peak was Cortez by Cornet Obolensky – Diarado – Argentinus, bred and exhibited by Franz-Josef Broxtermann from Wardenburg/Lower Saxony. From the Feldgold dam line: the top horse Seldana di Campalto/Abdullah Al Sharbatly, KSA, silver medal winner in Kentucky 2010. The colt will bring joy to friends in Russia in the future.

13 out of 22 auction candidates were bought by Oldenburg friends from abroad. In the future they will bring joy in Switzerland (3), Austria (2), Hungary (2), Belgium (1), France (1), Poland (1), Russia (1), Serbia (1) and South Africa (1). The 19th Elite Foal Auction shone with an average price of over 14,200 Euros and total sales of 312,750 Euros.