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Pieper Red Angus Fall Run Production Sale

Date: Oct. 27, 2018

Location: at the ranch, Hay Springs, Neb.

Auctioneer: Ty Thompson, Billings, Mont.

Reported by: Dan Piroutek


74 Coming two-year-old Bulls – $7,175

2 Proven Herd Sires – $7,375

199 Commercial Bred Heifers – $2,128

3 Pregnant Recip Cows – $11,000

23 Registered Bred Heifers – $3,106

26 Registered Bred Cows – $2,144

10 Quarter Horse Ranch Geldings – $9,600

23 Quarter Horse Stud and Filly Colts – $1,960

Mark and Deb Pieper, along with their son, Tate, hosted another big crowd for their Annual Fall Run Sale. This was a very strong sale throughout. The cattle have a tremendous amount of eye appeal, with a lot of natural thickness and muscle bred in. The commercial customers definitely see the value of having Mark at the auction barns bidding on their calves. The horse sale seems to get better each year. The food at this sale is fantastic.

Top Selling Bulls:

Lot 13: PIE Payweight 7475, a 4-24-17 son of PIE Payweight 418's x Red Crowfoot Ole's Oscar, to Whitetail Ranch, Paxton, NE, for $18,000

Lot 1: PIE El Grande 7467, a 4-22-17 son of C Bar El Grande 100C x LSF Sand Hills 9008W, to Walking C Red Angus, Lexington, NE, for $15,000

Lot 10: PIE Mojo 7419, a 3-16-17 son of WCR Mojo 3012A x PIE Code Red 9058, to Turkey Track Ranch, Douglas, WY, for $11,000

Lot 22: PIE Fusion 7003, a 2-2-17 son of Andras Fusion R236 x PIE the Cowboy Kind 343, to Steve and Tammy McCasland, Yuma, CO, for $9,750

Lot 17: PIE Forefront 7514, a 4-30-17 son of Bieber Forefront B281 x LSF Saga 1040Y, to Whitetail Ranch, Paxton, NE, for $9,500

Top Pregnancy Recip Cows—Special Matings:

Lots 83-84-85: Choice of sire and calf sex, to Bajou Creek Red Angus, Jacksboro, Texas for $11,000 each

Top Quarter Horse Gelding:

Lot 1: PR Whiskey Sioux, 5-24-13 buckskin gelding, sired by A Shiner Named Sioux x Paddys Irish Whiskey, to Alexandria Govoni, Douglas, WY, for $22,000

Top Commercial Heifers: (AI bred to 9 Mile Franchise 6305 to calve Feb. 12)

10@ $2,400; 10@ $2,350; 30@ $2,300; 15@ $2,300; 21@ $2,275

CMZ Red Angus Complete Dispersal Sale

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk

Date of Sale: Nov. 30, 2018

Location: Central Livestock, West Fargo, N.D.

Auctioneer: Tracy Harl


1 Herd Bull – $5,250

37 Registered Fall Calving pairs – $2,220

5 Commercial Fall pairs – $1,550

4 Registered Fall open heifers – $1,513

Curt and Marilyn Zimdars, Badger, Minnesota, held their complete Red Angus dispersal sale in West Fargo, North Dakota, on Nov. 3. The CMZ herd started as a hobby 27 years ago and expanded into a registered herd from there. With summer pasture becoming shorter and health related issues, they decided to disperse their herd in its entirety.

The top selling lot on the day was the herd bull DAMAR Better Answer, a Jan. 2016 son of Brown Better Answer Z7257 selling to Cross A Simmental, Wimbeldon, North Dakota, at $5,250.

The top selling pair was Lot 27, CMZ Beth 063, a July 2012 daughter of LSF NSF Big Time U203 with a July, 2018 heifer calf at side selling to Wendel Livestock, LaMoure, North Dakota, for $2,800.

Lot 17, RRSS Rhonda 4901, a Nov. 2014 daughter of NCAR Logan Berry 008X with Sept. 2018 heifer calf at side sold to Jeff Stewart, Lake Preston, S.D., for $2,700.

Lot 16, GDAR Misty 25C, a 4/2015 daughter of Dahlke Solid Gold 8545 with 7/18 heifer calf at side sold to Jesse Nelson, Goodrich, Minnesota, for $2,650.

Lot 21, CMZ 1408, an 8/14 daughter of Scott Packer 1207 with 8/18 bull calf at side sold to Kevin Stamer, Hospers, Iowa, for $2,650.

Bieber Red Angus Fall Female Production Sale

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk, Chris Effling

Date of Sale: Nov. 8, 2018

Location: Sale held at the ranch, Leola, SD

Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar


39 Coming 2 Year Old Red Angus Bulls – $4,621

71 Registered Red Angus Bred Heifers – $3,432

176 Registered Red Angus Bred Cows – $2,390

Commercial Red Angus Bred heifers – $1,780

Bieber Red Angus held their annual Fall Female & Bull production sale at the ranch on Nov. 8. Nice crowd of buyers represented in the seats, online and on the phone. Cattle sold to 21 states across the nation giving the Bieber family a great fall sale.

Top selling bulls

Lot 274, Bieber Sparacus E639, a 4/17 son of Bieber Spartacus A193 to ABS Global, Deforest, Wisconsin, for $15,000.

Dan Beyerlein, Phillipsburg, Kansas, purchased two herd sire prospects at $7,500 each. Lot 275, Bieber Rollin Deep E669 is a 5/17 son of Bieber Rollin Deep Y118 and lot 270, Bieber CL Hard Drive E665 is a 5/17 son of Bieber Hard Drive Y120.

Top selling bred heifers

Lot 10, Bieber Primrose 268E, a 1/17 daughter of Bieber Lets Roll B563 sold bred to 9 Mile Franchise 6305 due with heifer calf Jan. 2019 sold to Frank Family Genetics, Johnstown, Colorado for $10,500.

Lot 33, Bieber Rose 442E, a 5/17 daughter of Bieber Hard Drive Y120, bred to Bieber Rollin Deep, due 3/2019 to Sy & Kristi Olson, Hereford, TX for $8,500.

Lot 22, Bieber Lincoln 121E, a 1/17 daughter of Bieber Federalist B543, bred to Bieber Rollin Deep for 3/19 calf also sold to Sy & Kristi Olson for $7,500.

Top Bred Cows

Lot 95, Bieber EP Lass 124C, a 1/15 daughter of Bieber Hard Drive Y120, bred to PIE One of a Kind 5139 sold to Xact Genetics, Ft. Worth, Texas, for $6,750.

Xact Genetics also purchased lot 99, Bieber Lass 361C, a 3/15 daughter of Bieber Spartacus A193, bred to Bieber Mick W190 due 4/19 for $5,750.

Diamond D Angus Annual Bull Sale

TSLN Rep: Dennis Ginkens, Matt Wznick

Date of Sale: Nov. 8, 2018

Location: At the Ranch near Valier, Montana

Auctioneer: Roger Jacobs


97 Coming 2 year old bulls – $4,216

41 Angus bred heifers – $2,015

27 Angus cows – $1,855

15 Red Angus bred heifers – $1,973

29 Red Angus bred cows – $3,158

Once again Diamond D Angus packed the seats of their sale barn located at the ranch near Valier, Montana for their annual bull sale and complete dispersion of their Red Angus herd. The buyers braved the cold but sunny day on November 8th for the opportunity to purchase a great set of coming two year old bulls and a great selection of females. Congratulations on a successful sale!


Lot 5U at $9,000, DDA POWDER RIVER 5U, DOB 4/26/17, REG#19000942, DDA ATHABASCA 44P x DDA MELISA 502, sold to Eagle Ridge Ranch Co. Casper, Wyoming

Lot 45U at $8,000, DDA GREAT PLAINS 45U, DOB 5/2/2017, REG#19041477, O C C GREAT PLAINS 943G x DDA SANDY 311, sold to Ole Farms Athabasca, Saskatchewan

Lot 56U at $6,500, DDA ALLIANCE 56U, DOB 5/4/2017, REG#19000797, H A R PINEBANK 443 202 x DDA ZELDA 334, sold to Powder River Ranch Arvada, Wyoming

Lot 99U at $6,500, DDA ALLIANCE 99U, DOB 5/10/17, REG#19000815, H A R PINEBANK 443 202 x DDA WENDY 839, sold to Brown & Brown of MT Inc. Park City Utah

Lot 106 at $6,500, DDA ALLIANCE 106U, DOB 5/11/2017, REG#19000804, H A R PINEBANK 443 202 x DDA Melisa 270, sold Ron Crum Hysham, Montana


Lot 48 at $7,000, RDDA X FACTOR 48U, DOB 5/2/2017, REG#RAA 3951707, RDDA X FACTOR 14M x RDDA HANA 5107, sold to Ole Farms Athabasca, Saskatchewan

Lot 16 at $6,500, RDDA X FACTOR 16U, DOB 4/29/2017, REG#RAA 3951701, RDDA X FACTOR 14M x RDDA SANDY 588, sold to Ron Brossart Leads, North Dakota

Lot 118 at $5,000, RDDA X FACTOR 118U, DOB 5/12/2017, REG#RAA 3941187, RDDA X FACTOR 14M x RDDA MARY 372, sold to Galen Toews Pincer Creek, Alberta


Lot 7128 at $3,800, DDA GALATEA 7128, DOB 5/15/2017,REG#19171286, H A R PINEBANK 443 202 x DDA GALATEA 410, sold to Laura Nolan Tennessee


Lot 5107 at $4,750, RDDA HANA 5107, DOB 5/16/2015, REG#RAAA 3498277, RDDA JULIAN 10N x RDDA HANA 8122, sold to Gemstone Cattle Co. Gem Alberta

Montana Angus Female Bonanza

TSLN Rep: Dennis Ginkens

Date of Sale: Oct. 22, 2018

Location: Public Auction Yards Billings, Montana

Auctioneer: Ty Thompson and Greg Goggins


5,416 total Bred Commercial bred Angus Females – $1,774

2,463 Commercial Bred Cows – $1,881

1,556 AI Bred Commercial Heifers – $1,774

1,397 Pasture Bred Heifers – $1,593

What a Great set of Angus Females offered today at the Montana Female Bonanza

Top selling Bred Heifers

Lot 29 at $2,050 x 15 head AI bred to Connealy Countdown all carrying bull calves

Top selling Cows

Lot 60 at $2,375 x 4 head, $2325 x 56 head

Lot 62 at $2,200 x 17 head AI bred to Connealy Spur carrying bull calves

36th Annual Prestigious NILE Red Angus Sale

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk

Date of Sale: Oct. 19, 2018

Location: Metra Park, Billings, MT

Auctioneer: Kyle Shobe


10 Bred Heifers – $5,052

25 Open Heifer calves – $3,650

4 Embryo lots – $1,218

Top selling lots:

$7,500–Lot 23, DKK Auburn 7024, a 1/17 daughter of Brown JYJ Redemption Y1334, bred to Bieber Make Mimi for Jan. 2019 calf. Consigned by Klompien Red Angus, Manhattan, Montana, and purchased by Lost Creek Red Angus, Molt, Montana.

$5,750–Lot 17, C-T Fayette 7095, a 2/17 daughter of PIE one of a Kind 510, bred to C-T Red Rock 5033 from C-T Red Angus, Manhattan, Montana, and sold to Lucht Red Angus, Bozeman, Montana.

$5,750–Lot 37, Raisland Lakota 738-428, 1/17 daughter of LSF SRR Tyson 3025A, bred to 9 Mile Blockade 7046E, consigned by Raisland Red Angus, St. Ignatius, Montana, and sold to Southerlin Farms, Stevensville, Montana.

$5,750–Lot 41, SUTH Conchetta Chica 733F, a Feb. 2018 daughter of Fischer Kodiak 538 consigned by Southerlin Farms, Stevensville, Montana, and sold to Murray Hay and Cattle, Lebanon, Oregon.

$5,500–Lot 4, 3C Mandy 1841, a Feb. 2018 daughter of Milwillah Marble Bar J53 from 3C Cattle LLC, Stevensville, Montana, sold to Fischer Red Angus, Harlowton, Montana.

Hawks Herefords Complete and Total Dispersal

Date: September 20th, 2018

Location: Faith, SD

Auctioneers: Justin B. Stout and Seth Weishaar

TSLN Rep.: Scott Dirk


116 Spring Heifer Calf Pairs – $3,135

101 Spring Bull Calf Pairs – $2,721

217 Total Spring Pairs – $2,942

101 Spring Bred Heifers – $1,746

9 Spring Bred Cows – $1,639

14 Open Heifers – $9,57

10 Herd Bulls – $2,305

33 Yearling Bulls – $1,838

1 Spring Heifer Calf – $850

1 Fall Yearling Heifer – $950

Ed Hawks was born to be a cattleman. He spent a lifetime breeding and developing the Hawks Hereford cowherd. This herd was developed to adapt and thrive in the harsh plains of Western South Dakota. With Ed's passing, Gloria and family made the decision to disperse the entire herd to the public. There was an outstanding crowd of buyers in the seats to select females that are only available in a complete and total dispersal.

Top females

Lot 61 LADY 110 FARLEY C557, Mar. 2015 daughter of HWK 24F Farley bred to Mohican THM Excede Z426 sold for $3,100 to Huso and Sons, Aneta, N.D.

Lot 118 EFBEEF N093 JACKIE Y824, Mar. 2011 daughter of UPS Domino 3027, bred to Genetic 137Y Britisher 1206, sold for $3,400 to Brian Simon, Seneca, S.D.

Lot 148 LADY 229Z OZZIE D640, Mar. 2016 daughter of HWK 814 Ozzie 229Z, bred to CL1 Domino 215Z, sold for $3,200 to Larry Stadheim, Hettinger, N.D.

Lot 210 LADY 039 WORLD CLASS Z213, Mar. 2012 daughter of HWK World Class 039X, bred to HWK 039 Felton 315A, sold for $3,100 to Perry Ryckman, Pollock, S.D.

Top calves:

Lot 158A HWK A250 TESTED 877F, Mar. 2018 bull calf sold for $2,600 to John Sukraw, Maxwell, Nebraska.

Lot 61A LADY A250 TESTED F841, Mar. 2018 heifer calf sold for $2,400 to Running Water Herefords, Marsland, Nebraska.

Lot 47A LADY A250 TESTED F812, Mar. 2018 heifer calf, sold for Five J's Cattle Co, Clayton, North Carolina.

Lot 71A LADY A250 TESTED F866, Mar. 2018 heifer calf sold for $1850 to Smith Cattle, Batesland, South Dakota.

Hoffman Ranch Hereford and Angus Female Production Sale

Date: Sept. 24, 2018

Location: Sale held at the Ranch, Thedford, NE

Auctioneer: Rick Machado

TSLN Rep.: Scott Dirk


19 Donor Hereford cows – $24,711

46 Hereford heifer calves – $2,277

45 Hereford bred cows. – $3,278

69 Bred heifers – $4,000

2 Steer calves – $2,500

390 Hereford semen units – $228

58 Hereford embryos – $1,709

66 "Bell Ringer bull" semen pkgs – $2,500

10 Angus heifer calves – $19,100

69 Angus bred heifers – $3,080

7 Angus embryos – $11,500

20 Angus semen units – $550

Top Sellers


Donor Cow, RST GAT NST Y79D Lady 54B ET, 5/4/14 by WORR Owen Tankeray Y79D ET; to Lanas Smith, Boulder, Colorado, 1/2 interest, $95,000.

H BL Miss Spice 804 ET, 2/10/18 by H FHF Advance 628 ET; to HME Herefords, Winterville, Georgia, $65,000.

Lot 32, LAR Annsley 843F ET, 4/2/18 by UPS Sensation 2296 ET; to Emma Vickland, Longmont, Colorado, $65,000

H JT Miranda 2033, 2/14/12 by AH JDH Cracker Jack 26U ET; to Paul Gross, Iowa, $50,000

H Ms 5139 Advance 4006 ET, 1/11/14 by NWJ 98S R117 Ribeye 88X, ET bred to lLR H 601 ET; to Whispering Pines Farm LLC, Kimball, Minnesota, $47,000

H Lady 8402 ET, 2/10/18 by NJW 135U 10Y Hometown 27A; to Rafter L LLC, Abilene, Texas, $40,000.

H FHF 322 Rita 12F ET, 2/5/18 by CRR 109 Catapult 322; to Roy Allen, Hopkins, Tennessee, $34,000.


Hoffman HCC Keymara Katy 18F, 1/28/18 by Musgrave Sky High 1535; to Emma Vickland, $38,500.

H Wallace Elsiemere 839, 2/16/18 by DDA Ignition 1417; to Riggin Stewart, Sterling, Texas, $30,500.

Casino Annie R100, 2/19/18 by WAR Broken Bow B344 T219; to Knox Bros., San Angelo, Texas, $21,000.

WB Lucy 802 of PVF SWSN, 1/6/18 by Dameron Best In Class; to Knox Bros., $20,000.

This was an excellent day for the Hoffman family. Quality cattle, top notch hospitality and beautiful fall day. Cattle sold in price ranges to fit any budget.

Kal-Kota Red Angus Complete Dispersal Sale

Date: Oct. 22, 2018

Location: Pifer Auction Building, Steele, ND

Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar

TSLN Rep.: Scott Dirk


69 Lots – $4,171

Ed and Anne Kalianoff held the dispersal sale of their Red Angus cowherd. This herd was build up from purchasing top foundation females from dispersals across the nation and an extensive AI and embryo program.


Lot 9. $5,250, KKC Ms Baneberry 41D, March 16, 2016, PZC TMAS Firestorm 1800 ET x Red Crescent Creek Frchief 7, sold bred to KKC Mastermind, to McQuiston Red Angus, Lawton, Oklahoma.

Lot 9A. $4,250, KKC Ms Lady K 6F, March 11, 2018, sired by RED U-2 Mama's Boy 127C, Andy Altman, Chalmers, Indiana


Lot 8. $10,000, WCR Ms Baneberry De 3278A, September 28, 2013, Red Lazy Mc CC Detour 2W x Red Crescent Creek Frchief 7, sold open, Grassy Meadow Ranch, Michigan, N.D.


Lot 16. $8,500, RREDS Seneca 7929, February 28, 2017, RREDS Seneca 731C x Basin EXT H695, Chris Martchinske, Ipswich, S.D.


Lot 53 & 53A, $4,300, TMR Mack Sierra 105B, March 5, 2014, SRR Huck 151 x Mabes Sierra Supreme, bull calf born June 20, 2018 sired by A-1 Detour 7424, Bill Dethloff, Bismarck, N.D.

The spring born bull calves were retained to sell in Feb. 2019.

2018 Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Futurities results

The Sugar Bars Legacy Horse Sale held its annual Futurity on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the fairgrounds in Sheridan, WY.

The Ranch Horse Versatility Futurity is for 2- and 3-year-old colts. We promote Sugar Bars as a versatile bloodline; to demonstrate this each entry is shown in: Halter, Western Pleasure and Reining. The RHV Youth class winner was Kai Banks that showed Evans Black Sugar, a three-year-old owned by Jessy Carlson and bred by Leon & Carol Theye. Kai won a belt buckle sponsored by Woodworth Ranch.

The open RHV class had six entries. Two-year-old Sugar Bars Mercury, took first place. He's owned by Double Triangle Ranch- Tom & Susan Vore. Susan Vore showed a 2-year-old great grandson of Sugar Bars, out of sire Sugar Bars Tough and Way Out West and Super One bred on the dam's side; from AQHA Ranching Heritage breeder Woodworth Ranch- Sheri Woodworth. Susan was presented a saddle; sponsored by Larmer Enterprises-Welding-Tyree & Kerry Larmer and Stirrup Ranch QH- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz.

Becky Amio took second place with her Ranching Heritage eligible dun colt, Stirrup Sugar Salute. A Sugar Bars, Leo, and Devil Cat Dancer 2-year-old, that was bred by the Stirrup Ranch QH- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz. She was presented a beaded bridle, sponsored by VLW Ranch- Vern & Laurie Ward family. Third place went to Jessy Carlson on Wuz N Leo, owned by Dianna Driskill. This Frenchmans Guy bred two-year-old bay colt, was bred by Ranching Heritage breeder Bender Ranch- LeAnn Bender.

Sugar Bars Sage, a three-year old dun colt; shown and owned by Gary Mefford took fourth place. This Ranching Heritage eligible; Sugar Bars, Leo, and Press Reed bred colt was bred by Stirrup Ranch QH- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz.

Our youth halter class winners are presented gift certificates sponsored by King's Saddlery, Bar M Quarter Horses, High Mountain Mercantile, Heartland Kubota, Dalton's RV, Moxey Schreiber Veterinary Hospital and the Sheridan Rib & Chop. The Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Youth futurities saw some real growth this year in both numbers and quality of the colts.

The show started with our youth filly halter class with six entries. Jamie Curuchet won the filly class with VLW Sugar Lynx; owned by Mike Curuchet and bred by the VLW Ranch-Vern and Laurie Ward. This bay filly was sired by AJ Oak Rocker. Her dam is Montana Whispy Lynx, shown at the SD State 4-H Horse Show since she was 3 years old. In addition to a gift certificate, Jamie won a belt buckle sponsored by the Deer Run Ranch- Jim and Mindie Fredericks.

Second place youth fillies went to True Docs Dinah, shown and owned by Aspen Larmer. This AQHA Ranching Heritage eligible bay filly was bred by Mailloux Quarter Horses-Gary and Deb Mailloux. Norris Camino placed third with Frenchman With Sugar, an APHA red dun filly. She is owned by Luke Camino and bred by Howard & Bobbie Huxtable. Ranching Heritage eligible, Sugars Hard to Beat, shown by Mattie Bloomgren was fourth in the youth filly class. This sorrel filly is owned by Justin & Chris Bloomgren and was bred by Long Ranch Quarter Horses- Glen and Janet Long.

The youth gelding class had two entries. First place went to Boonys Playboy, shown by Jason Foss, owned by James Foss and bred by Shield 5 Qtr. Horses- Dave and Susan Reisland. This sorrel gelding was sired by Booylensma, a son of Peptoboonsmal. In addition to a gift certificate, Jason won a belt buckle sponsored by the Nixon Ranch- Eric and Nancy Nixon. Shiny Copper Stirrup, placed second with Londyn Mefford showing him. This red roan gelding is owned by Gary Mefford and was bred by Ranching Heritage breeder: Stirrup Ranch QH- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz.

New this year was the In-Hand Youth Yearling Halter class, with ten entries. This youth class was open to any yearling. Judging was based on how well the horse responds to the handler and athleticism. Placing first was Mattie Bloomgren with Tinkies Irish Magic, bred by Long Ranch- Glen & Janet Long. Second Place was Teal Luther with Touchdown Soloist. Michael Allison was 3rd with Yenties Drifting Gin and Boonies Playboy, shown by Jason Foss placed fourth.

The open classes compete for sponsored awards in addition to $1,000 cash per class with payout through fourth place. The open yearling filly class had seven entries. First place was Don't Touch My Sheri, shown and owned by Linda Henderson. This classy sorrel filly was bred by Bar M Quarter Horses. She is an own grand-daughter of Touchdown Kid. Linda was awarded a belt buckle sponsored by the Sugar Bars Legacy Association. VLW Sugars Lynx, placed second with Jamie Curuchet. Karla McDonald placed third with Freckles Trademark, a palomino filly owned by Aleena McDonald and bred by Ranching Heritage breeder: Bender Ranch-LeAnn Bender. True Docs Dinah placed fourth and was shown and owned by Aspen Larmer.

The open yearling stallion/gelding class had six entries. Centennials Soloist, a sorrel grandson of Touchdown Kid, owned by Susan Hert and shown by Karla McDonald took first place. They were awarded a belt buckle sponsored by the Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Association. James Foss showed, Boonies Playboy for a second place win. A bay gelding bred by Ranching Heritage breeder; Mailloux Quarter Horses- Gary & Deb Mailloux, True Sweet Leo placed third. This Shining Sparks bred colt was shown and owned by Heidi Stoltz.

The futurities are designed to appeal to Sugar Bars Horse breeders, owners, trainers and exhibitors. A horse can be shown in the yearling halter futurity, and then in the Ranch Horse Versatility Futurity as a 2 & 3-year-old. A horse can be shown both in the open and youth divisions. To be eligible to participate in the Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Futurities the horse must have been sold as a weanling or yearling through the Sugar Bars Legacy Sale, ownership- eligibility will follow the horse. If the horse wins as a 2-year-old, then it becomes ineligible to compete in the Ranch Horse Versatility Futurity as a 3-year-old.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to give anyone of us a call or check out our website at sugarbarslegacy.com or check us out on face book- Sugar Bars Legacy Sale.

Sugar Bars Legacy Sale Association Board Members-

Stirrup Ranch- LeRoy & Shirley Wetz (President)

VLW Ranch- Vern & Laurie Ward (V. President)

Woodworth Ranch- Sheri Woodworth (Secretary/Treasurer)

Bar M Quarter Horses- Art & Rita McDonald and Karla McDonald

Nixon Ranch- Eric & Nancy Nixon

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