Center Ranch Production Sale on Oct. 10. Roughly five hours later, having seen the bidding reach $600,000 for CR Tuff Lucy, the hammer fell on the last horse, wrapping up a successful event for the Centerville, Texas, ranch.When the first horse through the ring sold for $85,000, it was a good sign for the inaugural
The National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales spanned three days in Reno, Nevada, Oct. 1-3, and included four sessions of cow horse prospects, proven performers and broodmares. The final session, the Select Yearling and Broodmare Sale, resulted in the highest seller, as Shining CD Light brought a final bid of $100,000.
It was the end of an era and the beginning of a new one, when the final hammer fell on Tuesday, Sept. 22, for Alice Walton’s Rocking W Ranch Absolute Dispersal, produced by Western Bloodstock Ltd. at Rocking W Ranch in Millsap, Texas. Eighty-nine horses and embryos, the culmination of five decades of Walton’s selective breeding, sold for $3,230,500, with an average of $36,298. Seven horses sold for $100,000 or more; five brought $200,000 or more.
Walton’s Rocking W Ranch Absolute Dispersal Sale is that there is a new player in the game. Fort Worth, Texas, native Bobby Patton entered the cutting horse industry in a big way, paying the sale’s top price of $500,000 for Boon San.While the sale results are not yet official, one sure result of the
The upcoming Triangle Sales Fall Horse Sale, Oct. 29-31, will introduce a new schedule of events and some first-ever opportunities for buyers at the long-established Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center sale site in Shawnee, Oklahome. Pre-sale competitions will be a new inclusion introduced at the fall sale, as well as a new annual sale schedule, which will now feature three sales during the year rather than five.
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA)/Markel Insurance Futurity Sale consignment deadline is Tuesday, Sept. 1. The NRHA/Markel Insurance Futurity Sales are held with the largest reining event in the world – the NRHA Futurity. New for 2015, NRHA is adding a Production section to the Marketplace Sale on Thursday, Dec. 3.
The 2015 NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale, produced by Western Bloodstock Ltd., lived up to its name on Aug. 1 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas, when 135 horses sold for $1,359,350.
Last year, Brumley Management Group LLC added a horse sale to the High Roller Reining Classic show last year. Dubbed the West Coast Breeders’ Select Sale, it drew 45 young reining prospects from 22 top breeders across the United States, and a crowd of buyers from all over the world. It was an overnight success, which inspired Amanda Brumley, the show’s organizer, to listen with enthusiasm when Bob Loomis, National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) and American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Hall of Fame inductee approached her about a Longhorn auction.
Metallic Flo was the $60,000 highest seller at Western Bloodstock Ltd.’s National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Sale on April 18 at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. The sale’s net average of $11,341 on 76 horses sold represents a 7 percent increase over 2014 sale figures.
Owner Mike Pedersen recently announced some changes to Havard Sales Management, including a new business name, Mike Pedersen's Premier Equine Auctions.