Reining horse enthusiasts will have a new sale venue for buying and selling horses in 2016 with the debut of the World Breeders Sale in Whitesboro, Texas. The sale, which will be held on Oct. 20 at the Jared Lesh Arena, is expected to offer 100 head of reining prospects and broodmares.
Strong sales defined the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Summer Spectacular Sale on Saturday, Aug. 6, with 90 percent completed sales from 121 horses offered. Produced by Western Bloodstock Ltd., the sale preceded the NCHA Summer Spectacular Derby Non-Pro and Open finals at Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
The North American Equine Ranching Information Council (NAERIC) announced today the launch of NAERICHorseSales.com, an online sales system to assist their members in marketing horses bred by NAERIC ranchers. This commission-free website will allow buyers to view photographs and videos of several breeds of horses and have easy access to communicate with the breeders of those horses.
After trying different avenues the Appaloosa Horse Club Sale Committee has made the decision to bring their World Sale back to the live auction ring.
NCHA Super Stakes Sale
Held April 16, 2016
48 horses consigned
$946,700 gross for a $19,723 average
37 sold (77%), $731,200 net, $19,762 average and $11,500 median.
Augusta Futurity Horse Sale
Held Jan. 23, 2016
27 horses consigned
$174,600 gross for a $6,467 average
23 sold (85%), $155,200 net, $6,748 average and $6,500 median.
On April 23, the Marketplace at Ardmore, a performance horse sale, set records for a sale average and attendance. The largest crowd in its 24-year-history, representing just about every state in the U.S., gathered in the Hardy Murphy Coliseum to watch 150 horses go through the sale ring.
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