After the very successful first Van Olst Sales online auction, Van Olst Sales continues as usual, now with the foals. In any case, one foal has already been registered that can be considered an absolute future winner: Pippa d’Orlandaise, sire Glamourdale, out of double “prestatie” mare Orlandaise.
At the end of last month, four-year-old Luckybird was the superstar at the very first Van Olst Sales online auction. The elegant and high-quality Everdale son was sold for EUR 67,500 and left for Australia. 62,500 was offered for the gray gelding Maxs-H (by Glamourdale); his new stable is in England.
39,500 euros on average
Gertjan van Olst: “It is of course a very different kind of auction than the live Van Olst Sales, where there is a lot of atmosphere and the horses can be seen in the ring themselves. Not comparable, but just as exciting! We were very satisfied with the final result. ” Ten horses came under the virtual auction hammer, nine of which were eventually sold. The total turnover of the horses sold was 355,000 euros, an average of 39,500 euros per horse.
Foal auction: registration opened
Van Olst Sales continues its successful online auction with a foal auction, from the 31st of July to the 3rd of August. The collection consists of foals from our own stallions, so that our customers have a new and accessible way to sell their foals. Like the young dressage talents, the foals will descend from one of the great Van Olst stallions: Everdale, Glamourdale, but also the younger guard, such as Jayson, Kjento and Lantanas and Lewis, of whom the first foals were born this year. Foals can still be registered. The conditions for this are on the website.
Glamourdale from Orlandaise
The first foals have already been registered. Among them a real winner: a filly by Glamourdale out of the mare Orlandaise (Indoctro x Wisconsin). We know this fantastic breeding mare as mother of, among others, Uzzo (by Lancet), medal winner under Patrick van der Meer. Orlandaise is the only mare in the Netherlands with three Grand Prix offspring in two breeding directions, and is therefore double performance. Definitely a mare with ‘sport’! Are you looking for a promising filly to expand / set up your breeding? Then take your chance with this Pippa d’Orlandaise!
The following also applies to the foal auction: register in advance if you want to bid!
Dates of upcoming auctions:
July 31- August 3rd – foals
August 14-17 – foals
September 4-7 – riding horses / breeding mares