Dutch Horse Trading is a monthly online horse auction of sport horses. Interesting showjumpers and an occasional dressage horse will be sold for fair prices. The horses are entered by twelve reliable horse dealers from the Netherlands and Belgium, each of whom values honesty and transparency.
Due to the open way of working, honest communication with the customer, and the variety of horses, everyone can find a suitable horse at Dutch Horse Trading. Whether it is a beautiful foal, a promising 3-year-old, an interesting broodmare, or a well-ridden 10-year-old, a wide variety of horses will be offered for sale.
Dutch Horse Trading is an initiative of Dutchman Niels Fabrie of Fabrie Fijen Sporthorses. For many years, Niels has been selling horses worldwide together with his partner Amber Fijen. In recent years, Niels has gained a lot of experience with the online sale of horses through his participation in the renowned SLF Auction. Together with two partners, international riders and horse dealers Walter Lelie and Harrie Smolders, Niels founded the SLF Auction, in which high-caliber show jumpers are offered for sale.
"For Dutch Horse Trading, we will organize an auction every last Thursday of the month in which we offer sport horses of different ages, with different qualities and experiences. We want it to be an interesting auction for everyone, no matter their financial backing," says Niels.
"Every auction horse lists the dealer who brought it in, and all the dealer's contact details can be found on the website. We think it is important that people know who they are dealing with and that everything is open and honest. People can ask us anything, and we will answer to the best of our knowledge. We want clients to trust us and to feel confident when they buy at our auction."
What? Monthly auction of Dutch Horse Trading
Who? Twelve reliable and reputable horse dealers
Where? Online at www.dutchhorsetrading.com
When? Every last Thursday of the month. The auction opens the previous Tuesday at 12 noon and closes at 9 p.m. on Thursday.
All times are CET (European timezone in the Netherlands and Belgium etc.)