Dutch Eventing Stables is proud to present the first auction of eventing foals in the Netherlands. A collection of 10 foals and 1 embryo will be sold via on-line platform ET-AUCTION.

 The complete collection will be presented on Friday 12thof October at 5 pm at the VIP Area of the  CCIO3* event Military Boekelo. This session ‘meet the breeders’ will not only give a great insight in the special quality of each foal, represented by their breeders, but will also give the (potential) buyers an opportunity to ask questions and make an offer at the auction.

 Only the best collection of foals will be presented, all with excellent jumping genes, combined with the necessary thoroughbred blood. A key differentiator is that the quality of the foals is based on proven sport families especially from the dam side.

 In this collection we are proud to offer the champions en vice-champions of the first Dutch National Foal Inspection for Eventers 2018. All these foals got great reviews from Olympic rider Merel Blom and she expects that these foals have the talent to perform on the highest level one day.

 Belgian Olympic rider Karin Donckers, added Sequoia to the Auction. Sequoias’ Grandmother is the Olympic horse Britt and Sequoias’ father is Leipheimer van ‘t Verahof who became second at the Belgium Championship 2018. Karin Donckers will participate with Leipheimer at the World Championships for Young Horses (7 years) at Lion d’Angers (18-21 October 2018 France).

Leipheimer is the full brother of Olympic horse Fletcha van ‘t Verahof. From the full sister of Fletcha, Masiarelli van ‘t Verahof, we are offering an embryo to the Auction. Mother Masiarelli is  a very promising 6 years old jumper who did great at the Belgium Youngster cycle in 2018.

 In this collection you will also find beautiful offspring from famous (eventing) stallions like Contendro 1, Roven xx and Heraldik xx. 

 The start of the Auction will be on 12thOctober 10 am; more information to be found at

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