Be part of the Lordships Graffalo legacy

The Sovereign Auction were delighted for Ros Canter, Michelle Saul, Archie Saul on Ros and Lordship’s Graffalo’s Badminton win last weekend.  Last year The Sovereign Auction sold an implanted embryo that was full sibling to Lordships Graffalo in the World Games Supreme Sale to a buyer in the USA.

The next Sovereign Auction is on the 28th of May and has an outstanding selection of 1.60m International Show Jumping and CCI5* eventing lots including lots from the direct dam line of LORDSHIPS GRAFFALO & PENCOS CROWN JEWEL.

There is a foal from the CCI5* and Tokyo Olympics mare Quality Purdey who was 2nd at Pau CCI5* with Australia’s Chris Burton by none other than Contendro-1 who is the sire of Sir Mark Todd’s Olympics ride NZB Campino.

There is a foal by Contendro-1 out of a Heraldik xx mare which is the same breeding as Michael Jung’s record breaking 2022 Kentucky winner Fischer Chipmunk FRH who won Kentucky on a score of just 20.1.

There is a 2 part sibling foal to Tom Jackson’s Capels Hollow Drift who was 2nd at Burghley last year and 5th at Badminton this year. This foal is a FULL sibling to a current Team GBR Eventing Gold Medallist.

Von Essen Angelie & Tinkabell – 12 © Dirk Caremans

For those looking for jumping in the genes there is a once in a lifetime chance to be part of the Tinkabell-12 legacy!.  Tinkabell-12 was ridden by none other than Rodrigo Pessoa and she jumped in both the Longines Global Champions Tour and in Nations Cups making her an exceptional mare at 1.60m and she has an embryo in the 28th of May by Kannan.

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