Sa Coeur, 5-Year-Old World Champion, Goes for €2,310,000 ((US$2.980,000), Don Noblesse to USA’s Harmony Sporthorses
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ANKUM, Germany, Dec. 9–Sa Coeur, the 2012 five-year-old dressage world champion, was sold to Britain for €2,310,000 (US$2,980,000) as the highest priced horse at the Performance Sales International auction Sunday.
The sale of the Oldenburg gelding (Sir Donnerhall x Levantine x Don Davidoff) was at the 33rd annual auction staged by Ullrich Kasselmann and Paul Schockemöhle. The buyer was reported to be a Russian resident in Britain, but this could not be confirmed.
Don Noblesse, a 2007 black stallion (Dancier x Descana x Don Davidoff) was the second most expensive horse selling for €1,220,000 (US$1,570,000) to Harmony Sorthorses of Kiowa, Colorado. The horse will join other Harmony breeding stallions, including Lemony’s Nicket, the Geman Young Horse Champion, at Ingo and Susan Pape’s stallion station in Germany.
Sa Coeur was ridden by Eva Möller in the world championships at Verden, Germany for a score of 9.38 that included a 10 for the walk.
The 45 dressage and jumping horses brought €15,580,000 (US$20,150,000) at the 33rd PSI auction.
The average price of dressage horses was €352,174 (US$455,500) and for jumpers €346,222 (US$447,800).