The catalog was slim, but the results were striking at Western Bloodstock’s National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Sale, with gross sales of $731,200 and a record-breaking average of $19,762, on Saturday, April 16, during the NCHA Super Stakes in Fort Worth, Texas. Miss Reycine, dam of 2013 NCHA Non-Pro Horse of the Year Reyzin, was the sale’s highest seller at $170,000.
The 2016 Triangle Spring Horse Sale, held March 18-19 at the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma, concluded with strong sales to wrap a successful first round of restructured sale dates for the venue. The total sale averaged $5,750, with an 82 percent sales completion, which continued a steady gain for Triangle Sales’ total sale averages.
W.T. Waggoner Estate will hold its Horse Division’s Total Reduction Sale as a special session during the April 23 sale in Ardmore, Oklahoma, at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum.On March 29, Susie Reed, sale manager of The Marketplace at Ardmore, announced that the
The inaugural Winter Premier Sale, held at Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas, was deemed a great success by The Sale Company, which managed the new event. Held on Feb. 20 prior to the finals of the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) World's Greatest Horseman competition, the sale posted a healthy average price of just more than $12,500.
The 2015 National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Futurity Sales 1002-lotted catalog of horses was the sale’s largest since 2010. While the overall average of $21,260 was under 2014’s all-time record of $27,696, it was just shy of the 2013 NCHA Futurity Sales average of $21,323 and nearly $7,000 more per head than in 2010.
moved to Fort Worth, Texas, and in 2016, the show will feature a new event. The Celebration, which includes a derby, World Championship classes and the World’s Greatest Horseman competition, is scheduled for Feb. 12-20, 2016, and will host the inaugural Winter Premier Sale on its final day.In 2014, the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Celebration of Champions
The Marketplace at Ardmore’s Nov. 7 sale played host to a good sized crowd on a sunny Saturday at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore, Oklahoma. In addition to the sale offering dominated by show horses, many came to buy part of history with purchases from Dick Pieper’s Tack Room Collection, which included bits, spurs, saddles and assorted gear acquired by this internationally recognized horseman during a storied career as an expert trainer, fierce competitor and respected judge in the performance horse industry.
second year in a row. The annual autumn sale is produced in partnership between the Four Sixes Ranch, Pitchfork Land & Cattle Co., Tongue River Ranch and Beggs Cattle Co. This year, W.T. Waggoner Estate and Wagonhound Land and Livestock also consigned horses to the sale.The Return to the Remuda Sale, held at the historic Four Sixes Ranch in Guthrie, Texas, Oct. 10, had a million-dollar sale day for the
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.