ESI Auction: Clarimo foal for 30,000 euros, 44,000 euros at the top race horses
Last Saturday exchanged under the ESI Auction in Klein Roscharden 38 foals and 20 riding horses their owners. 30,000 euros for the most expensive foal for 44,000 euros slammed the highest paid horse.
It was the catalog number 41, a Clarimo-Lasino-Alcatraz-son, for the Belgian customer has paid the highest price in the foal. Clarimo, the father of the little brown is under Janne-Friederike Meyer on the way in the international sport. And the grandmother of the foal is no stranger: She brought in connection with the stallion Lasino the international showjumping horse Lord Luis, who was successful with Lars Nieberg and Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst. The second most expensive foal was a Darco Cassini I Lansing son from Holstein lineage 18b1 (including the root of the approved stallions Quality, quantity and Rheinberg). Buyers from Germany paid € 22,500 to send stallion.
The most expensive horse was All In by Argentinus-Drosselklang II Sandro with 44,000 euros. In all, the future will eat his oats in the U.S., comes from a prominent family. The grandmother of the five-year-old Hanoverian stallion is a full sister of Markus Ehning Sandro Boy. The licensed and qualified for the National Championships 2012 Quality colt on top scored the second highest price. Customers from America paid for the quality graphite-son Dagobert 36,000 euros. The horses cost on average 24,100 euros, the foal Euro 7296.
The overall result of the auction can be found here.