Average of 26.000 euro at Equbreeding.auction

The team of Equbreeding.auction impressed with an exclusive breeding collection. There was no hold on quality and again the auction proved quality always finds a buyer. With an average of 25.875 euro for a foal and 29.250 euro for an embryo the buyers made it an exciting evening. No less than 80% of the foals found a new owner.
The highest bid was made out of South-Africa for the exclusive embryo of Chacco-Blue out of Panama du Seigneur (Darco). Panama du Seigneur competed at a 1.60m level herself. The new owner bought this exclusive embryo for 42.000 euro.
Most expensive foal was Catfight JT Z. This daughter from Comme Il Faut out of the full sister of Charlemagne JT Z found a new owner in Canada for 38.000 euro.
“It is a proof quality always finds a way,” says Matthias Claeys. “A sportive investment is always a good investments,” adds Jody Bosteels. “We are extremely happy with the result and would like to express our gratitude to all breeders and buyers. Meanwhile we are busy to impress with our collection in August.”
Comme Il Faut x Cashas
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