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SALES: Talented young horses on offer at HX Auctions
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SALES: Talented young horses on offer at HX Auctions
on 01 December 2020
HX Auctions have a strong supply of high-quality horses for their first sale

STAL Hendrix has launched an online auction platform and the internationally renowned jumping and trading company will offer exclusive young talented horses in HX Auction’s first edition.

The first collection will be offered from December 11th-15th. The three-year-old’s have all passed strict selections and therefore HX Auctions offers an excellent opportunity to purchase young talent.

A constant supply of high-quality horses made it possible to get off to a good start with an interesting collection.

“With HX Auctions we want to give our customers the opportunity to purchase talents from our own breeding program in an early stage,” Paul Hendrix said.

Performance genes

“The collection includes special talents, some of them are bred from Grand Prix mares and they all represent solid damlines,” says Michel Hendrix, who has selected the horses together with his father Paul and cousin Timothy.

“Such as the Aganix du Seigneur offspring Aganuno van de Eijkhof. His dam is the full sister of Numero Uno and he is a horse with great potential.”

Another remarkable talent is the stunning Cape Coral RBF Z-mare Maggie May HX.

“We have bred her out the Grand Prix showjumper Naiky d’Elca. This Cumano-mare has performed at top level, and Maggie May HX has outstanding conformation and perfect jumping technique.”

Related to Grand Prix horses, Monalisa is another head-turner. This modern, light-footed mare was bred out of an international 1.35m/1.40m performing full sister of the approved stallion and top hunter El Primero.

“Monalisa is sired by our stallion George, who has competed in his first 2* Grand Prix this year, and she jumps with a very good technique.”

Also representing a proven damline is the Diamant de Semilly gelding Dutch Diamant Z.

“He combines very good conformation with a lot of scope and quality. He originates from the same family as Grand Prix horses like Sterrehof’s Dante, Triple and No Limit.”

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