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Entries Open for Professional Horse Services March Internet Auctions

Entries are being accepted for the Professional Horse Services March Internet Auctions. Bidding will close on March 2nd and 4th.

The 2020 Professional Horse Services Fall Internet Auctions and 2021 January Internet Auction produced or hosted by Professional Horse Services, LLC are evidence of a strong horse market. The high seller was The Sinner at $75,000, a yearling stallion sold in the ProFit Equine Online auction for Reining prospects.  Good Luck Girl topped the Congress Super Sale at $50,000. More than 37 horses were sold for $15,000 or more and 73 horses sold for $10,000 or more. Between September 8 and January 21, 2021 Professional Horse Serices Internet Auction platform has sold 361 horses for $2,380,525 posting and average sale price of $6,594.

In the recent January Internet Auction the top selling horses were Stylish Reys, at $23,000, a Reined Cow Horse Stallion; A Texans View, at $21,100, a pinto spotted draft ranch horse, Little Stevie Wonder, at $14,000, a 2019 stallion by Stevie Rey Von; Ribbons N Blues, at $12,100, a 2007 mare that was Congress Reserve Champion in Youth Jumping and The Debonair Kid, at $11,000, AQHA Superior Performance Halter, ROM with Ranch Riding and Barrel Racing points.

March Internet Auction – Day One – will close on Tuesday, March 2nd.  This auction features sessions for Reining, Ranch and Cow Horses, Trail riding horses and Barrel Horses.

The March Internet Auction – Day Two – will close on Thursday March 4th and offers sessions for Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, All Around and Halter.   

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