The 2-year old stallion prospect Cornet's Toulon became the top selling horse in the 2018 Paul Schockemohle Online Colt Auction, which concluded on Sunday 7 October 2018.
A lot of 18 show jumping and dressage bred 2-year old stallion prospects was on offer and typically for the online auction system, the bidding shifted into top gear on the final day.
The most expensive horse in the entire collection was the show jumper Cornet's Toulon (by Cornet Obolensky x Toulon) who sold to Americans for 71,500 euro.
The Oldenburg stallion Tamino (by Totilas x De Niro x Sir Donnerhall) sold to The Netherlands for 65,000 euro and was the most expensive dressage horse of the lot. He was purchased by Schockemöhle's business partner Joop van Uytert and will be presented at the 2018 Mecklemburg Stallion Licensing in November.
The dark bay Oldenburg Fabruce (by For Romance x Don Schufro) will also relocate to Holland for 42,500 euro.
German clients purchased Vitolas (by Vivaldi x Totilas) for 35,500 euro, while American customers bought Sirolas (by Sir Donnerhall x Totilas) for 23,000 euro
Vilancio (by Vivaldi x Furstenball) sold for 19,000 euro to France. Double D (by De Niro x Sandro Hit) and Falco (by Fursten-Look x Sir Donnerhall) fly to the U.S.A for 19,000 and 18,000 euro.
De Niro's Donnerhall (by De Niro x Rosario) stays in Germany for 17,500 euro, while Valerio (by Vivaldi x Lorentin) sold for 12,000 euro. Quantidel (by Quantensprung x Sandro Hit) sold for 10,000 euro.
Check out the entire collection at https://ps-online.auction/