Paul Schockemöhle & Ullrich Kasselmann, friends, partners, sportsmen and trainers – they wrote history in equestrian sports, and they founded the worldwide most important private riding horse auctions:
The Performance Sales International (P.S.I.)
and the younger „sister“ named Ankumer Open Sales (A.O.S.)
If you are looking for a rough diamond, a highly-gifted competition prospect or a potential “FEI level sport horse”, then you’ve come to the right place. All members of the P.S.I. team and the staff at A.O.S. will be happy to be of assistance!
P.S.I. – Performance Sales International. This world-famous
abbreviation stands for the famous private auction hosted by Ullrich
Kasselmann and Paul Schockemöhle, and it enjoys an excellent international
reputation. The P.S.I. was founded in 1981 in Newport/Rohde Island – in
co-operation with top class riders and supervisors like George
Theodorescu, Frank Chapot and George Morris.
The P.S.I.-Auction has already been held for more than 30 years on the second weekend of December. Three- to six-year-old highly gifted and tested dressage horses of international quality and four-to seven-year-old jumpers with show successes including 1.50 m fences and the potential for international show jumping sport are selected to be put up for auction.
Many former P.S.I.-auction horses were and are successful at international championships and Olympic Games, and the list grows longer every year …
The A.O.S. Auction, annually held in autumn, comes up with a particularly diverse collection to meet the different demands, purposes and price ranges.
Foals from breeders from all over Germany are presented, strictly selected by the horse and breeding expert Uwe Heckmann. Young stallions & stallion prospects, 2- to 3-year-old young stallions, some of them already registered for the stallion licensing. Futurity prospects, 3- to 6-year-old highly gifted future stars for dressage and show jumping. Experienced riding horses, some of them with successes up to medium or advanced level, particularly interesting broodmares for breeding and/or sports purposes.