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Cowgirl N Bronze Topped Marketplace at Ardmore Sale

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CowgirlNBronzeChristian Lybbert aboard Cowgirl N Bronze, the high seller at $36,000. An unseasonably cool morning provided the backdrop for the start of the Marketplace at Ardmore Performance Horse Sale, held April 22 in Hardy Murphy Coliseum in Ardmore, Oklahoma. But, it didn’t take long for the good set of horses to heat things up.

NCHA Super Stakes Sale Shows Strong Market for Performers

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super-sarahs-boon$51,000 seller Super Sarahs Boon • Photo by Stacy PigottResults of the National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) Super Stakes Sale, held April 8 in Fort Worth, Texas, showed a strong demand for trained cutting horses. Sixty horses – 77 percent of the 81 head offered – sold for $669,300. The net average was $11,155; the top 10 sellers averaged $20,250.

Tinseltown Throwdown Tops Winter Premier Sale

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TinseltownThrowdown 17HH copyTinseltown Throwdown • Photo by Hannah HarrelThe Winter Premier Sale, which is held in conjuction with the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas, took place the afternoon of Feb. 18, just before the World’s Greatest Horseman finals. Hip No. 54, Tinseltown Throwdown, brought the highest price of the day when the hammer fell at $26,750.

Western Bloodstock to Manage NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales

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NRCHASaleIncentiveWestern Bloodstock's management of the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales will include a revamped Sale Incentive program for sale graduates. • Photo by Stacy PigottThe National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) has selected Western Bloodstock Ltd. to oversee the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity Sales, scheduled for Oct. 13-14 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

Triangle Winter Sale Averages $6,200

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vonstepatatimeVon Step At A Time, pictured with Trey Pool at the 2015 National Reining Horse Association Derby, was the highest seller at the Triangle Winter Sale. • Photo by WaltenberryThe excitement of a positive sale environment was unmistakable among buyers, sellers and spectators during the recent Triangle Winter Sale in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Jan. 27-28. During the two-day event, 81 of the 456 horses that sold went for $10,000 or more. The consistently strong sales led to a net average of $6,200 and an 85 percent sales completion rate (less those withdrawn).