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Horse Sale Highlights

 

July 2012 issue

 

Full House Elite Performance Horse Sale

     The Full House Elite Performance Horse Sale was held June 9, 2012 at the Weston County Fairgrounds in Newcastle , WY . The sale featured well-broke, ranch-type stock horses.

     The high-selling horse was A Peppy San Badger, a 2005, bay AQHA gelding consigned by J.D. Williams. Sired by Annies Little Pepper by Peppy San Badger, and out of a Doc O’Lena granddaughter, this gelding was athletic, cowy and seasoned, had been to ranch rodeos, worked a cow well, and was gentle enough that kids could ride him. He sold to Neil Wanless of Vale, SD, for $15,500.

 

High-selling horse A Peppy San Badger, a 2005, bay AQHA gelding, sold for $15,500.

     The second high-selling horse was Cee Heart Buck Lena, a 2006 buckskin (with lots of chrome) AQHA gelding consigned by Lucas and Melinda Stolhammer. He was sired by Cee Heart Moon Lena by Ima Dee Duty, and out of a Sonnys 00 Buck granddaughter, and had plenty of ranch experience and was well started in the arena as a heeling horse. He went home with Jim Keeline of Newcastle , WY , for $14,500. 

 

Second high-selling horse Cee Heart Buck Lena, a 2006 buckskin AQHA gelding, sold for $14,500

     The third high-selling horse was Top Hand Cook, a 2007, blue roan, AQHA gelding consigned by Alvaro & Sophia Quarter Horses and the Craig Deveraux Family. This athletic, speedy horse could do anything he was asked, from heading and heeling to ranch work. He was sired by Waldos Top Hand, a Continental Fly grandson, and out of a Hancox Happy Beggar granddaughter. He was purchased by J.R. Olson of Newcastle , WY , for $14,000.

     The top ten head averaged $12,725; the top twenty head averaged $10,850; and the overall average on all riding horses was $7,644.

     The sale was preceded on June 8 by a Jackpot Ranch Horse Competition for the Sale Horses, followed by a BBQ compliments of Faron & Staff at Pinnacle Bank. The competition was won by Lot 37, BF Pistolpackinpepto, who was consigned by the Craig Deveraux Family and sold to Jeremiah Sears of Pocatello , ID , for $8,750.

            For more information, call Craig at 307-743-2317 or Jill at 307-748-9477; or visit www.fullhousehorsesale.com.

 

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