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☛ Horse Sale News 7-14-17

HORSE SALE NEWS

July 14, 2017

NCHA SUMMER SPECTACULAR SALE:

The 2017 NCHA Summer Spectacular Sale, managed by Jeremy and Candace Barwick, is scheduled for Saturday, July 22, 2017 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth. There are 145 head of horses  cataloged, with a list of horses selling and a copy of the sale catalog available at www.westernbloodstock.com.

The sale, starting at 8 a.m., includes a Sale Incentive, in which all eligible yearlings sold at any Western Bloodstock Sale throughout the year are eligible to participate in the Bl-Western Bloodstock Sale Incentive. The seller/buyer has the option to pay $600 to make that foal eligible for the Bl-Western Bloodstock Sale Incentive purse which will be paid out to the 4 highest advancing eligible foals in the Open and Non-Pro classes of the BI Derby in the year of competition. To date, the program has paid out more than $600,000.

The sale is being held during the NCHA Summer Spectacular, held from July 17-Aug. 6, This event is the final leg of the NCHA Triple Crown of Cutting and is contested 21 days. It features the NCHA Derby for 4-year-olds, and the NCHA Classic Challenge for 5/6-year-olds and offers a purse of over $2 million. As the third jewel in the NCHA Triple Crown, the NCHA Derby has seen just three Open horses, and one Non-Pro horse claim the Triple Crown title. The NYCHA Convention and Scholarship Cutting are held in conjunction with the Spectacular which brings the youth to the forefront of the competition.

For a sale catalog, go to www.westernbloodstock.com. For an NCHA Summer Spectacular schedule, go to: www.nchacutting.com.

 

AGED GELDINGS AVERAGE $7,670 AT WESTERN HERITAGE CLASSIC RANCH HORSE SALE:

The Western Heritage Classic Invitational Ranch Horse Sale was held in Abilene, Texas in May and included registered Quarter Horses from 24 prominent ranches.

The horses brought a record average of $7,670, wit the average on aged geldings (4 years of age and older) being $13,885. Topping the sale was TRR Sharlenas Pepcid consigned by Tongue River Ranch, Dumont, Texas, purchased by Glenn Springer of Aspermont for $25,000.

The Guitar Ranch of Abilene won the championship in the Ranch Rodeo. The Top Remuda Award went to Tongue River Ranch. Robert First of the Stuart Ranch in Waurika, Okla., showed the top Horse, SR Surprise Party (Quest). Cody Aaron of the Guitar Ranch was judged Top Hand.

The above information came from the Lone Star Horse report. 

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One Comment

  1. Hello,
    Since the NCHA sale today will not be webcast (WHY??) could you please tell me where I might find sale results and buyers names? Thanks!

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