33rd Autumnal Auction - Quantensprung and Danone set the price peaks

The 33rd Autumnal Auction closes with a sensational result!

On 2022, October 1st, 20 riding horses and 28 foals went under the hammer of auctioneer Burkhard Wahler at the Klosterhof Medingen.
The top priced Quanto Fino, a Quantensprung son with a lot of talent for collected lessons, bred by Johannes Tönnies in Vechta, moved to Hamburg for 220,000 Euros. There he will be further trained by Nuno Palma e Santos in the future.
The second most expensive horse was the number 1 High Fashion. The strong moving black mare by Helium was auctioned by Andrea Timpe for 200,000 Euros and will be prepared for the big show sport in North Rhine-Westphalia in the future.
All in all, the riding horses achieved an average price of 83,400 Euros. The total sales amounted to 1,668,000 Euros.

The top sire Danone I was the outstanding price leader among the foals: After an exciting bidding duel for catalogue number 25, Diolinor, the hammer fell at 75,000 Euros in favour of buyers from the USA.  Va Fiero by Va'Pensiero, bred by Uwe Brennenstuhl, was also sold to customers from the USA for 36,000 Euros.
Buyers from the USA, Canada, India, England, Sweden, Austria, the Netherlands and Germany spent an average of 15,300 Euros for the 28 foals on offer.

"I am especially happy this year to know that our top horses, of which we will certainly hear a lot more in the future, are in such great trainers' hands. The worldwide demand for foals speaks for the extraordinary quality of this year's collection!" Christoph Wahler summed up the successful auction.