Vechta Oldenburg Auction Sells Highest Priced Horse, Der Euro, To America's Highlife Farms

Monday, May 6, 2002
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Highlife Farms' Joan Sims purchased Der Euro (now renamed Damascus) from the Vechta Oldenburg auction, held in Germany the first week in April. The highest priced horse, a gelding, at the auction went for 300,000 euro, the second highest priced horse ever for the Vechta Auction sales. The 4-year- old gelding is by Don Schufro, a Donnerhall son.

The highest bidder, Highlife Farms of Orlando Florida, outbid several countries vying for the freakishly brilliant mover who was listed number 1 in the sales catalogue.

In addition, Highlife Farms purchased 7 other horses including quality broodmares currently in foal to some of Germany's top breeding stallions.

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Contact Highlife Farms - highlifefarms@aol.com
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email: vechta-auktion@oldenburger-pferde.com