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Full House Elite Performance Horse Sale

Scott Dirk

Courtesy photo/Today's HorseLot 31, Dual Doc Dot, consigned by Craig Deveraux Family was the Champion Jackpot Ranch horse at the 2nd Annual Full House Elite Performance and Ranch Horse sale. Pictured here is Craig Deveraux, riding, congratulating buyer Scot Robinson, Powderville, MT.

A beautiful day and huge, standing room only crowd of buyers greeted the Deveraux and Pischke families for their 2nd Annual Full House Elite Performance and Ranch Horse sale. The sale was at the Weston County Fairgrounds, Newcastle, WY on Saturday, June 11. Buyers from all across the U.S. came early on Friday to take in the Jackpot Ranch horse competition and stayed until the final horse went through the ring on Saturday.

This sale has fast become the premier consignment performance and ranch horse sale in the upper Midwest. The sale was made up of proven arena and ranch horses along with some great prospects that are ready to go on and compete at any level. When Craig Deveraux and Jill Pischke were putting this sale together, they focused very hard on not only putting the best horses they had in the sale, but also getting high quality horses from reputable consignors. The horses were very well represented and sold guaranteed to perform as they were represented. Perspective buyers were encouraged to visit with consignors and ride the horses they were interested in. After the preview on sale day, the arena was full of people taking horses for a “test ride.”

The top-selling horse was consigned by the Craig Deveraux Family. Lot 40, Poppin Top Pep, a 2003 bay gelding sired by Poppin Peponita and out of a Smart Little Lena X Docs Jack Frost mare sold to Kirk Shiner, Dixon, CO, for $13,750. This fantastic ranch, heel and breakaway horse has been use on the ranch and rodeos by all three of the Deveraux children.

Selling at $12,000 was lot 54, Hesa Busy Bullet. This 2005 buckskin gelding is sired by Hesa Busy Chex X Tuf N Busy and out of a Two Eyed Bee X Two Eyed Jack mare. He’s a gentle, honest horse that has been rode outside plenty with some ranch horse training and started in the heeling. Consigned by Deveraux family and purchased by Isenberger Litton Livestock, Gillette, WY.

Lot 34, Stripes Double Gold, is a 2005 red roan gelding sired by Kings Mr. Gold X Colonels King Adam X Colonel Freckles. This gelding is out of a foundation Poco Bueno-bred mare and has been used in all aspects of ranching, from branding to doctoring calves. He has ample amounts of cow and speed. Consigned by Bo and Jennifer Kottowitz, he sold to Neal Wanless, Vale, SD, for $12,000.

Lot 35, Alito, is a Tyrees Dandy X Tyrees Watch X Watch Joe Jack 2000 palomino gelding. This horse has been used extensively on the ranch, plus hauled successfully in the calf roping and team roping to amateur and PRCA rodeos, including Cheyenne Frontier Days, Days of ’76, Belle Fourche Roundup and Black Hills Stock Show. The horse was consigned by Zane Marty and sold to Bob Stoddard, Newcastle, WY, for $11,500.

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Lot 28, Bea Jack Drifter, is a 2001 black gelding by Bee A Blue Drifter X Bob Drifter Coulee X Dudes Leo Bert and out of a Two Eyed Jack X Watch Joe Jack bred mare. He’s another horse that has seen it all on the ranch from dragging bulls and doctoring cows, to dragging calves and branding. He’s also a great “quiet in the box” head horse. Consigned by Ivan Brovant, the gelding sold to Lynn and Chelsey Robert, Sheridan, WY, for $11,250.

The champion Jackpot Ranch horse was Lot 31, Dual Doc Dot from the Deveraux Family. This 2006 gray gelding is sired by Nitro Dual Doc X Peptoboonsmal X Peppy San Badger and out of a Playgun X Freckles Playboy mare. This is a ranch horse deluxe with limited heading and breakaway training. Very cowy with the ability to go in any direction. Consigned by Deveraux family, the horse was purchased by Scot Robinson, Powderville, MT, for $11,250.

A beautiful day and huge, standing room only crowd of buyers greeted the Deveraux and Pischke families for their 2nd Annual Full House Elite Performance and Ranch Horse sale. The sale was at the Weston County Fairgrounds, Newcastle, WY on Saturday, June 11. Buyers from all across the U.S. came early on Friday to take in the Jackpot Ranch horse competition and stayed until the final horse went through the ring on Saturday.

This sale has fast become the premier consignment performance and ranch horse sale in the upper Midwest. The sale was made up of proven arena and ranch horses along with some great prospects that are ready to go on and compete at any level. When Craig Deveraux and Jill Pischke were putting this sale together, they focused very hard on not only putting the best horses they had in the sale, but also getting high quality horses from reputable consignors. The horses were very well represented and sold guaranteed to perform as they were represented. Perspective buyers were encouraged to visit with consignors and ride the horses they were interested in. After the preview on sale day, the arena was full of people taking horses for a “test ride.”

The top-selling horse was consigned by the Craig Deveraux Family. Lot 40, Poppin Top Pep, a 2003 bay gelding sired by Poppin Peponita and out of a Smart Little Lena X Docs Jack Frost mare sold to Kirk Shiner, Dixon, CO, for $13,750. This fantastic ranch, heel and breakaway horse has been use on the ranch and rodeos by all three of the Deveraux children.

Selling at $12,000 was lot 54, Hesa Busy Bullet. This 2005 buckskin gelding is sired by Hesa Busy Chex X Tuf N Busy and out of a Two Eyed Bee X Two Eyed Jack mare. He’s a gentle, honest horse that has been rode outside plenty with some ranch horse training and started in the heeling. Consigned by Deveraux family and purchased by Isenberger Litton Livestock, Gillette, WY.

Lot 34, Stripes Double Gold, is a 2005 red roan gelding sired by Kings Mr. Gold X Colonels King Adam X Colonel Freckles. This gelding is out of a foundation Poco Bueno-bred mare and has been used in all aspects of ranching, from branding to doctoring calves. He has ample amounts of cow and speed. Consigned by Bo and Jennifer Kottowitz, he sold to Neal Wanless, Vale, SD, for $12,000.

Lot 35, Alito, is a Tyrees Dandy X Tyrees Watch X Watch Joe Jack 2000 palomino gelding. This horse has been used extensively on the ranch, plus hauled successfully in the calf roping and team roping to amateur and PRCA rodeos, including Cheyenne Frontier Days, Days of ’76, Belle Fourche Roundup and Black Hills Stock Show. The horse was consigned by Zane Marty and sold to Bob Stoddard, Newcastle, WY, for $11,500.

Lot 28, Bea Jack Drifter, is a 2001 black gelding by Bee A Blue Drifter X Bob Drifter Coulee X Dudes Leo Bert and out of a Two Eyed Jack X Watch Joe Jack bred mare. He’s another horse that has seen it all on the ranch from dragging bulls and doctoring cows, to dragging calves and branding. He’s also a great “quiet in the box” head horse. Consigned by Ivan Brovant, the gelding sold to Lynn and Chelsey Robert, Sheridan, WY, for $11,250.

The champion Jackpot Ranch horse was Lot 31, Dual Doc Dot from the Deveraux Family. This 2006 gray gelding is sired by Nitro Dual Doc X Peptoboonsmal X Peppy San Badger and out of a Playgun X Freckles Playboy mare. This is a ranch horse deluxe with limited heading and breakaway training. Very cowy with the ability to go in any direction. Consigned by Deveraux family, the horse was purchased by Scot Robinson, Powderville, MT, for $11,250.

A beautiful day and huge, standing room only crowd of buyers greeted the Deveraux and Pischke families for their 2nd Annual Full House Elite Performance and Ranch Horse sale. The sale was at the Weston County Fairgrounds, Newcastle, WY on Saturday, June 11. Buyers from all across the U.S. came early on Friday to take in the Jackpot Ranch horse competition and stayed until the final horse went through the ring on Saturday.

This sale has fast become the premier consignment performance and ranch horse sale in the upper Midwest. The sale was made up of proven arena and ranch horses along with some great prospects that are ready to go on and compete at any level. When Craig Deveraux and Jill Pischke were putting this sale together, they focused very hard on not only putting the best horses they had in the sale, but also getting high quality horses from reputable consignors. The horses were very well represented and sold guaranteed to perform as they were represented. Perspective buyers were encouraged to visit with consignors and ride the horses they were interested in. After the preview on sale day, the arena was full of people taking horses for a “test ride.”

The top-selling horse was consigned by the Craig Deveraux Family. Lot 40, Poppin Top Pep, a 2003 bay gelding sired by Poppin Peponita and out of a Smart Little Lena X Docs Jack Frost mare sold to Kirk Shiner, Dixon, CO, for $13,750. This fantastic ranch, heel and breakaway horse has been use on the ranch and rodeos by all three of the Deveraux children.

Selling at $12,000 was lot 54, Hesa Busy Bullet. This 2005 buckskin gelding is sired by Hesa Busy Chex X Tuf N Busy and out of a Two Eyed Bee X Two Eyed Jack mare. He’s a gentle, honest horse that has been rode outside plenty with some ranch horse training and started in the heeling. Consigned by Deveraux family and purchased by Isenberger Litton Livestock, Gillette, WY.

Lot 34, Stripes Double Gold, is a 2005 red roan gelding sired by Kings Mr. Gold X Colonels King Adam X Colonel Freckles. This gelding is out of a foundation Poco Bueno-bred mare and has been used in all aspects of ranching, from branding to doctoring calves. He has ample amounts of cow and speed. Consigned by Bo and Jennifer Kottowitz, he sold to Neal Wanless, Vale, SD, for $12,000.

Lot 35, Alito, is a Tyrees Dandy X Tyrees Watch X Watch Joe Jack 2000 palomino gelding. This horse has been used extensively on the ranch, plus hauled successfully in the calf roping and team roping to amateur and PRCA rodeos, including Cheyenne Frontier Days, Days of ’76, Belle Fourche Roundup and Black Hills Stock Show. The horse was consigned by Zane Marty and sold to Bob Stoddard, Newcastle, WY, for $11,500.

Lot 28, Bea Jack Drifter, is a 2001 black gelding by Bee A Blue Drifter X Bob Drifter Coulee X Dudes Leo Bert and out of a Two Eyed Jack X Watch Joe Jack bred mare. He’s another horse that has seen it all on the ranch from dragging bulls and doctoring cows, to dragging calves and branding. He’s also a great “quiet in the box” head horse. Consigned by Ivan Brovant, the gelding sold to Lynn and Chelsey Robert, Sheridan, WY, for $11,250.

The champion Jackpot Ranch horse was Lot 31, Dual Doc Dot from the Deveraux Family. This 2006 gray gelding is sired by Nitro Dual Doc X Peptoboonsmal X Peppy San Badger and out of a Playgun X Freckles Playboy mare. This is a ranch horse deluxe with limited heading and breakaway training. Very cowy with the ability to go in any direction. Consigned by Deveraux family, the horse was purchased by Scot Robinson, Powderville, MT, for $11,250.

A beautiful day and huge, standing room only crowd of buyers greeted the Deveraux and Pischke families for their 2nd Annual Full House Elite Performance and Ranch Horse sale. The sale was at the Weston County Fairgrounds, Newcastle, WY on Saturday, June 11. Buyers from all across the U.S. came early on Friday to take in the Jackpot Ranch horse competition and stayed until the final horse went through the ring on Saturday.

This sale has fast become the premier consignment performance and ranch horse sale in the upper Midwest. The sale was made up of proven arena and ranch horses along with some great prospects that are ready to go on and compete at any level. When Craig Deveraux and Jill Pischke were putting this sale together, they focused very hard on not only putting the best horses they had in the sale, but also getting high quality horses from reputable consignors. The horses were very well represented and sold guaranteed to perform as they were represented. Perspective buyers were encouraged to visit with consignors and ride the horses they were interested in. After the preview on sale day, the arena was full of people taking horses for a “test ride.”

The top-selling horse was consigned by the Craig Deveraux Family. Lot 40, Poppin Top Pep, a 2003 bay gelding sired by Poppin Peponita and out of a Smart Little Lena X Docs Jack Frost mare sold to Kirk Shiner, Dixon, CO, for $13,750. This fantastic ranch, heel and breakaway horse has been use on the ranch and rodeos by all three of the Deveraux children.

Selling at $12,000 was lot 54, Hesa Busy Bullet. This 2005 buckskin gelding is sired by Hesa Busy Chex X Tuf N Busy and out of a Two Eyed Bee X Two Eyed Jack mare. He’s a gentle, honest horse that has been rode outside plenty with some ranch horse training and started in the heeling. Consigned by Deveraux family and purchased by Isenberger Litton Livestock, Gillette, WY.

Lot 34, Stripes Double Gold, is a 2005 red roan gelding sired by Kings Mr. Gold X Colonels King Adam X Colonel Freckles. This gelding is out of a foundation Poco Bueno-bred mare and has been used in all aspects of ranching, from branding to doctoring calves. He has ample amounts of cow and speed. Consigned by Bo and Jennifer Kottowitz, he sold to Neal Wanless, Vale, SD, for $12,000.

Lot 35, Alito, is a Tyrees Dandy X Tyrees Watch X Watch Joe Jack 2000 palomino gelding. This horse has been used extensively on the ranch, plus hauled successfully in the calf roping and team roping to amateur and PRCA rodeos, including Cheyenne Frontier Days, Days of ’76, Belle Fourche Roundup and Black Hills Stock Show. The horse was consigned by Zane Marty and sold to Bob Stoddard, Newcastle, WY, for $11,500.

Lot 28, Bea Jack Drifter, is a 2001 black gelding by Bee A Blue Drifter X Bob Drifter Coulee X Dudes Leo Bert and out of a Two Eyed Jack X Watch Joe Jack bred mare. He’s another horse that has seen it all on the ranch from dragging bulls and doctoring cows, to dragging calves and branding. He’s also a great “quiet in the box” head horse. Consigned by Ivan Brovant, the gelding sold to Lynn and Chelsey Robert, Sheridan, WY, for $11,250.

The champion Jackpot Ranch horse was Lot 31, Dual Doc Dot from the Deveraux Family. This 2006 gray gelding is sired by Nitro Dual Doc X Peptoboonsmal X Peppy San Badger and out of a Playgun X Freckles Playboy mare. This is a ranch horse deluxe with limited heading and breakaway training. Very cowy with the ability to go in any direction. Consigned by Deveraux family, the horse was purchased by Scot Robinson, Powderville, MT, for $11,250.

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