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SECRET DES DIEUX Image of horse SECRET DES DIEUX Flat/National Hunt France
Colt Store
ZARAK
SABLE ISLAND
SLICKLY
 165 cm
KIF DE LAGARDE Image of horse KIF DE LAGARDE Flat France
Colt Store
AF ALBAHAR
RAJAH DE LAGARDE
CHERIFIEN
 159 cm
KIVA DE LAGARDE Image of horse KIVA DE LAGARDE Flat France
Filly Store
AL MAMUN MONLAU
AMELIE DE LAGARDE
DORMANE
 154 cm
PRESSENTIE Image of horse PRESSENTIE France
Filly Store
KAMSIN
ORYX ALGAZELLE
POLIGLOTE
 155 cm
Price : 7 000 €
VALSE DU NORD
Image of horse VALSE DU NORD Sold 20 000 € Flat/National Hunt France
Filly Store
CHOEUR DU NORD
BALLERINE DAUTEUIL
BALLINGARRY
 161 cm
Just Great
Image of horse Just Great Sold 10 000 € National Hunt France
Colt
GREAT PRETENDER
QUEZAC DU BOULAY
USEFUL
 159 cm
DOM FRANCISCO
Colt Store
DARIYAN
FONTAINE MARGOT
BALLINGARRY
 157 cm

Buy a yearling, Buy a foal

Find the potential champions of tomorrow. Find all our young horses (foals, yearlings and stores) available for sale.
Benefit from all our expertise to help you choose the young horse that meets your expectations.

What is a foal, a yearling ?

A foal is a colt or filly born in the year. A foal is called “yearling” from 1 January after its birth to 1 January of the following year. The purchase of a yearling is the most common because its physics allows to imagine the future racehorse that it will be.
A store is a 2 or 3 year old horse that is in the process of breaking, breaking and/or hurdles. Stores are jumping prospects who have not been trained to race yet.

How to choose a yearling, a foal ?

Naturally, the physical evaluation of the foal or yearling is important in the valuation of horses. Visually, buyers focus their attention on the foal or yearling’s limbs conformation, the way in which its musculature, its skeleton, the length of its back, the width of its chest, its head, its feet, etc. Then the way in which it moves affects the price of the horse, especially for yearlings not broken in , since walk is the only pace that can be shown to a buyer.

What is the return on investment on a yearling, a foal ?

Buy to resell. There is a market for young horses that you buy foal and resell yearling or 2 years, it is the "pinhooking". This represents a short-term investment whose expected return is all the more risky. You have the opportunity to realize capital gains on profiles whose pedigree is enriched by victories at the blacktype level and if the horse evolves well physically.  Whether you buy a foal or a yearling, your investment will probably be less expensive than buying a horse in training.
 
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