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ADVERTORIAL: Global interest as Horse Auction Belgium goes online
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ADVERTORIAL: Global interest as Horse Auction Belgium goes online
on 10 July 2020
The first online auction hosted by Horse Auction Belgium returned a sale-topper of €42,000 as foals and young horses were snapped up by buyers in Europe and America

A SUCCESS. This is how the team at Horse Auction Belgium (HAB) can describe their first ever online edition of their already well-known auction that is rapidly growing in popularity and reputation around the world.

The team was excited to venture into the online horse auction world and to have the opportunity to expand their already growing network of clients.

The hard work and love invested into making this event paid off as clients from different continents came together from June 26 until June 29th 2020 to avail of the opportunity to purchase some top-quality youngsters.

The online auction ran smoothly with no technical problems and all registered users were able to make their bids with no hassle.

On the last day of the auction, things moved up quite fast and the outcome was amazing:

The average price for the two, three and four-year-old horses was €19,210.

The average price for the foals €10,200.

The auction-topper was Dynamo van Broekhoven WF who sold to the UK for €42,000.

Horse Auction Belgium’s online auction attracted bidders from all over the world including:

  • Mexico was sold for €40,000 to Colombia
  • Range Rover was sold for €24,000 to Mexico
  • Maghana was sold for €20,000 to Belgium
  • Excited with this global turnout of clients where only four horses stayed in Belgium, five will go to UK, two to Mexico, and others to the USA, Poland, Ireland, France, Italy and South Africa, the HAB team would like to thank their clients, vendors, and everyone who helped to make this event possible.

    We are all really excited for the future and the next online auction at Horse Auction Belgium.

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