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Horse Sale Highlight

 

January 2011 Issue  

 

Cow Country Quarter Horse Assn. Sale

 

     The 11th Annual Cow Country Quarter Horse Association (CCQHA) held their annual horse sale on September 4, 2010, at the fairgrounds in Miles City, MT.

     The sale offered weanlings, yearlings, mares, started arena and performance prospects, as well as rope and ranch horses, and was part of a Friday–Saturday event which included a variety of futurities, open team roping, and 4-D barrel racing.

 

 

     The high-selling horse was Ambers Doctor Clark, a 2005 gray AQHA gelding consigned by Jake Kirkland of Glasgow , MT. Sired by Ambers Doctor Jack by Son Of A Doc, and out Ohs Doc Tar by Three Deck Ohs, this quiet gelding had done everything on the ranch including calving, branding, sorting, and outside roping. He sold for $6,000 to a buyer from Ekalaka , MT.

     The second high-selling horse was Wee Zan Parrs Rose, a 2001 AQHA bay gelding sired by Zan Parr Bar grandson, Zan Parrs Poco, and out of Chants Gold Rose, a Mr Chant Bob daughter. Clint Weeding of Jordan, MT, consigned this athletic horse who was really cowy, had been used extensively on the ranch, and had been headed off of. He sold for $3,900 to a Montana buyer.

     The high-selling weanling was Colonels Lil Smoke, an AQHA buckskin stallion consigned by the Murray Ranch of Jordan, MT. He was sired by Mylantas Colonel, a Peptoboonsmal grandson, and out of a Dun Its Lucky Charm–Mr Gun Smoke-bred mare, and sold for $950 to a Montana buyer.

     The volume buyer was James Hoffman of Billings , MT , who purchased five head. A cowdog puppy, donated by Don and Sheila Nelson of Glasgow , MT , was auctioned off, with the proceeds going to the Sale Futurity. Allen Munger of the Borderview Ranch in Brockway , MT , donated a cow-bred gelding to the Breeders Futurity, which was raffled off and won by Benny Mullins of Virginia .

            The 12th Annual Horse Sale & Futurities are scheduled for September 2-3, 2011. For more information on the sale and futurity requirements, call 406-232-3519 or visit www.ccqha.org.

 

 

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