< tilbage 22-03-2023 - 11:44

8 horses sold!

We are experiencing an increasing demand...

Several exciting sales horses have found a new owner through Hesselhoej in the past 14 days.


Tuppence Fly was sold after just one month of advertising and riding here at Hesselhoej. The buyer had bought her first horse from Hesselhoej in the summer of 2022, and has now also chosen to buy her second horse here from Hesselhoej.


Stjærkjær's Don Diablo (bred by Stutteri Stjærkjær) is by Hesselhoej Donkey Boy. He came for riding and commission, on condition of our breeder benefits where a discount of 20% is offered on "riding" if the progeny is by one of our current or previous breeding stallions.


Our partner, Stutteri Søbakkehus, has also sold three horses in the past 14 days through Hesselhoej.

Søbakkehus Dustin, by Hesselhoej Donkey Boy, was sold to a French rider.

Søbakkehus Daytona, by Quaterhit, came to Hesselhoej for further training and commission and is now sold to Kohlschmidt Dressage.

In addition, Hesselhoej has chosen to invest in Søbakkehus First Mover, who was approved by Danish Warmblood lasy weekend and will now be available to the breeders here at Hesselhoej.


Our long-time regular customers, Dorte and Steen F. Andersen, sent their own homebred Yellowstone, by Janeiro Platinum, for riding with a view to sale  and has now been sold to a Swedish rider.


Hesselhoej Spotify, by Springbank II/Dream Boy, who was produced last year for the stallion test in Herning, has now been sold to Zealand. Spotify will now continue his further education with Andreas Larsen in Fredriksværk.


Last but certainly not least, the newly awarded Premium stallion Solution Unik has been sold!

Solution Unik, bred by Stutteri Unik v. Morten Skov, came to Hesselhoej for riding and preparation for the stallion test.

Solution has been sold to Blue Hors, where he will also be available to the breeders.


Hesselhoej wishes the breeders, sellers and buyers the best of luck with the trades!

We are very much looking forward to following these horses in the future.