New record set at PSI Auction for dressage World Champion

By: Horse Deals


New record set at PSI Auction for dressage World Champion
New record set at PSI Auction for dressage World Champion

Sa Coeur, (pictured left)  the five-year-old winner of the FEI World Breeding Dressage Championships in Verden, has set a new record as the most expensive horse to be sold at this year’s prestigious PSI Auction in Ankum.

The world champion (by Sir Donnerhall I – Don Davidoff) was the top priced horse and sold to a British-based buyer for 2.31million euro.

Sales at the 33rd Performance Sales International Total auction totalled 15,580,000 million euro for the 45 show jumping and dressage horses -- with a total of 8.10 million euro for the dressage horses and 7.48 million euro for the jumpers.

The second most expensive horse of the auction was the black stallion Don Noblesseby Dancier – Don Davidoff, who sold for 1,220,000 million euro to American owners, while the third most expensive horse, six-year-old show jumping mare Altesse Gold (by Armitage) was knocked down at 800,000 Euro.

The average selling price for the 45 horses was 346,222 euro.

For more information visit www.psi-auktion.de.