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41st Powder River Quarter Horse Breeders Association Sale

TSLN Reps: Scott Dirk, Dan Piroutek, Dennis Ginkens

Date of Sale: Sept. 2, 2018

Location: Broadus, MT

Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar

Averages:

Top 10 Weanlings – 1,610

Top 5 Yearlings – 2,534

Top 5 Saddle Horses – 8,990

Sale Highlights

PRQHBA put together a very nice set 2018 weanlings, yearlings and a real nice consignment of saddle horses for the 41st annual horse sale.

Top selling Weanlings:

Lot 802 at $1,900, True French Coulee – 2018 Bay Stallion, True Sparks a Flying x Gotta French Gal, consigned by Mailoux Quarter Horses, sold to Goeringer & Giacometto, Belle Fourche, South Dakota.

Lot 851 at $1,900, CC Mat Dillon – 2018 Buckskin Stallion, Nu Bay Chex x One Frosty Chic, consigned by Clint Casterline, sold to Lance Bateman, Etna, Wyoming.

Top Selling Yearlings

Lot 826 at $2,900, Mighty Shiney Nitro – 2017 Palomino Gelding, Mighty Mo Highbrow x Shiney Dual Doc, consigned by 7OL Ranch sold to Zane Williams, Hammond, Montana.

Lot 882 at $2,800, Nic It In Hickory – 2017 Bay Gelding, Mighty Mo Highbrow x Nics Shiney Pants, consigned by Davis Quarter Horses, sold to David Wagner, Hulett, Wyoming.

Top selling Saddle Horses

Lot 827x at $9,700 – 2014 Buckskin gelding, consigned by Trent and Dawn Martin, sold to David Green, Park City, Montana.

Lot 805 at $9,250 – 2011 Blue roan gelding, Country Lord Rose, Figure Four 555 x Rebel Rusty Choice, consigned by Jessy Carlson, sold to Kay Johnson, Sand Springs, Montana.

Lot 806 at $9,000 – 2009 Bay Gelding, Bony Cowboy TKM Latigowood x Smooth Drift CO Bar consigned by Rod Schaffer sold to Jon Craft, Gillette.

Ranchers Quarter Horse Breeders Assoc. Sale

Date: Aug. 26

Location: Beslers' Cadillac Ranch, Belle Fourche, S.D.

Auctioneer: Seth Wieshaar

Pedigrees: John E. Johnson

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk

Averages:

Top 10 Riders – $8,600.

Geldings – $6,900.

Mares – $4,128.

Weanling Stallions – $1,608.

Weanling Mares – $912

The 18th RBQHA sale was well attended on a beautiful day in western South Dakota with an excellent crowd of buyers who came from multiple states to select from over 80 head of weanlings, yearlings and riding horses. It has been an incredible year for moisture and the positive summer carried over into a positive sale. Unique to this sale is the weanling showcase; that let's potential buyers compare foals side by side. Saddle horses are shown on cattle, barrels or ridden prior to the sale.

The day started early with the RQHBA Ranch Horse Futurity with riders competing for $2,600 in prize money. This futurity is open to any weanling sold through the sale with all horses completing a judged pattern. Winning the Two Year Old Class was Becky Amio on Harlans Yamani, bred by Hancock Maxon Quarter Horses and owned by Richard Welsch. Winning the Three Year Old Futurity was Ryan Smith riding Charcoal Freckles bred by Joan Johnson Quarter Horses.

The week before at the Central States Fair the Don Brunner Memorial Yearling Futurity was held with $3,000 in prize money awarded. Winning the Yearling Filly Class was Boons Quioxte Miss owned by Cecile O'Neill and bred by Mailloux Quarter Horses. The Yearling Gelding Class was won by Driften Yellow Jack, owned by Sonya Coolahan and bred by Bender Ranch. The Yearling Stallion Class was won by Boonys Skeets, owned by Sonya Coolahan and bred by Shield Five Quarter Horses.

Some of the sale highlights for the riders were:

High selling gelding consigned by Jeremy Langdeau, lot 67, sold for $15,500 to Doug and Lorraine Kissack of Spearfish, SD.

2nd high selling gelding consigned by Callen Brink, lot 55, sold for $11250 to Marlon and Lois Schlup of Douglas, WY.

3rd high selling gelding consigned by Lucas Rice, lot 77, sold for $9750 to Swenson Operating of Sundance, WY.

4th high selling gelding consigned by Seth and Sarah Moreland, lot 75, sold for $8500 to Susan Keller of Mandan ND.

High selling pony, lot 53, $4500 consigned by Stacey Besler, sold to Tanner Olsen of Kildeer, ND.

High selling weanling stud colts:

Chaffee Herron Ranch, lot 15, $4,750 sold to Lorence Edoff.

Hancock/Maxon Quarter Horses, lot 2, $4,000 sold to Becky Amio

Woods Performance Horses, lot 20, $3,800 Besler Cattle Co.

High selling weanling fillies:

Long Quarter Horses, lot 10, $2,800 sold to LeAnn Bender.

Bender Ranch, lot 36, $1,650 to Aspen Larmer of Williston, ND

Bender Ranch, lot 40, $1,500 to Jeremy Langdeau of Rapid City, SD.

Thanks to the buyers for a very successful sale and to our consignors who brought outstanding consignments. Make plans to attend the 19th Annual RQHBA Sale on August 25, 2019.

Meyer-Lopez-Lauing Sale

Date: Sept. 1

Location: Faith Livestock, Faith, SD

TSLN Rep: Dan Piroutek and Scott Dirk

Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar

It was surely a day of mixed emotions as Faith Livestock Auction hosted one of the biggest horse sales in their existence on Sept. 1. Buyers were from as far north as Canada and from California to Florida to witness and buy generations of proven AQHA breeding programs. A partnership that began many moons ago between the Lopez's and the Meyers walked through the doors and were offered for sale for the last time by these 2 great breeders.

Bob and Karen Meyer of Glad Valley offered stallions, mares and weanlings. The highlight of the sale was Star Struck Dun It, 2002 Buckskin Stallion sired by Hollywood Dun It out of Starleenic X Grays Starlight selling for $13,000 and will be standing at Fleetwood Farms Quarter Horses Alberta Canada and Four Star Quarter Horses (Patton Family) of Dublin Ohio. Fleetwood Farms also acquired Lot #7 Larks Shorty Lena (own daughter of Rugged Lark) as the 3rd highest selling mare of the Meyer's Program for $5,000.

Another great stallion from the Meyers program, SNW Northern Frost will be traveling just down the road at Parade SD at the Jim & Sharon Wright ranch. Their high bid of $9,250 won the son of PC Joes Frost out of the legendary Sun Frost. Jim Wheatley of Hughson, California purchased Frosted Sunman, 1999 Buckskin Stallion, sired by PC Frenchmans Mark X Sun Frost and out of Ima Sweet Note sired by Snippys Cowboy for $8,250. He also purchased two Drop Of Frost Daughters to add to his program.

Irish Goldmine, a 2015 Brown Mare sired by Irish Pay out of Little Black Bird was the high selling mare fetching $7,500 by Jace Booth. She is carrying a SNW Northern Frost foal for delivery in 2019. Lot 5, Dam of Irish Goldmine, Little Black Bird (Ninety Nine Gold Mine AAA X Wonders Florida AA) was the 2nd top selling mare at $5,250 and will be joining Kit Miller in Amidon ND.

Lee Lopez dispersed his last 2 mares with colts at side at the same sale. Frenchmans Parfait, a daughter of Frenchmans Guy, will make his home in Buffalo WY at the Davis Ranch after claiming a $5,000 bid. Jeff Anderson of Pierce NE purchased Streek of Red (Cee Heart Concho X PC Skipper) which goes back to the great Lopez Stallion Hunkey Tonk and PS Sun Socks on the bottom side.

Many breeding operations took advantage of the outstanding bred mares sold. $4,210 was the average of the top 10 mares sold. There was a total of 36 mares sold with an average of $3025.

The top 14 weanlings averaged $2,214. with Lot 50 of Bob & Karen Meyer's with a final bid of $3,600, a buckskin stud colt by Frosted Sunman X Starlight Patzi. Denny & Doris Lauing's high selling weanling was a sorrel filly sired by Colonel Frenchman out of Comos Hickory Cash, a home-raised mare out of their former stallion Lil Easy Feature and out of a mare that goes back to their senior sire Comos Cottoneye. Guest Consigners Glen & Janet Long's high seller was Lot 93 fetching $2,100, a bay roan stud colt out of Watch Me Go Cowboy X Gunsmoken Cowgirl.

4 yearlings were brought by guest consigners Ross Potter and Lane Lamphere of Sturgis that goes back to the Lauing's great stallions Colonel Frenchman and Dare To Be French. Lot 83 Pecos Two the Hilt (Dare To Be French X Chex Two the Hilt) brought an outstanding bid of $3,800 belonging to Ross Potter.

An outstanding bunch of riding horses were offered as usual. Archie Hulm's was the high seller Larks Fox bringing $8,750 originating from the Meyer's program was purchased by Gill Red Angus, a 2014 sorrel gelding by SNW Northern Frost X Larks Shorty Lena. Lil Frenchmans Peppy, a 2015 gray gelding (Frenchmans Hickory X LL My Gray Peppy Gal) consigned by Jake Moreland claimed $6750 purchased at a previous sale from the Lauing's. Kyle Edoff brought a 2012 sorrel gelding that won $5,500. Denny & Doris Lauing brought a 2015 gray mare Miss Comos Peppy (Colonel Frenchman X Comos Hickory Badger) that found a new home in Wyoming at $4,750. Trainer Sarah Moreland had put 90 days on the mare.

On behalf of Bob & Karen Meyer, Lee Lopez and Denny & Doris Lauing, we would like to extend our immense gratitude to those that attended in person, on-line or on the phone that bid on and purchased our horses. Thank you to Lynn Weishaar and John Johnson for doing a fabulous job as well and to the ringmen Dan Piroutek and Scott Dirk. Thanks to Faith Livestock Auction and their crew for doing an outstanding job and to Doc Ford. Special thanks to the consigners Glen & Janet Long, Ross Potter, Lane Lamphere, Archie Hulm, Skyler Hulm, Kurt Holt, Jake Moreland and Kyle Edoff. Even though the public witnessed the complete dispersions of 2 great lifetime horse programs, know that the sale will go on. Denny & Doris Lauing will head up the 2019 sale on September 7th and will continue bringing ranch and arena quality horses along with reputable consigners as the Lopez, Meyer & Lauing Sale has done the past 43 years.

Weber & Company Sale

TSLN Reps: Dennis Ginkens and Matt Wznick

Date of Sale: Aug. 26, 2018

Location: at the Ranch Valentine, Neb.

Auctioneers: Randy Stenike and Kyle Elwood

Weber Quarter Horses and guest consignors put together a very nice group of horses for a packed sale crowd to buy.

Sale Highlights:

Lot 46 at $20,000, TBR Miss Kitty, 7 year-old red roan calf roping Mare, Tee Baron Red x HB Oretty Pepoleo Consigned by Cherie and Rusty Kluender, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Lot 1 at $19,000, Tonka Twister Too, 4 year old Gray Ranch Gelding, Illumimators Totonka x Lady Cowan Twist, Consigned by Weber Quarter Horses LLC.

Lot 50 at $15,500, Mylene, 7 year old sorrel calf roping mare, Playbois Phoeniz x Watalittle Young Gun, Consigned by Matt Wznick, Sidney, Montana.

Lot 56 at $14,500, Bams Bar Kingbred 14 – 4 year old Sorrel Gelding Calf Roping / Heeling Horse Streaken Thru The Bar x Bams King Bred 1996 Consigned by Lynde and Matt Elliot Sparks, Nebraska.

2018 Myers Performance Horse Prospect Sale

Date: August 25, 2018

Location: Seven Down Arenas, Spearfish, South Dakota

Report and Photography by: Larry Larson

Averages:

• All horses (31 Head): $35,298

• 2-year-olds (18 Head): $46,444

Frenchman's Guy offspring:

• Overall Average: (11 Head): $51,182

• 2-Year old mares (9 Head): $54,444

• 2-Year old geldings (2 Head): $36,500

In the equine industry we know 'Legends' – the yet vibrant 31-Year-Old Frenchmans Guy is one of them. We also understand the importance of a 'Reputation' in our industry – Bill and Debbie Myers have earned theirs and they are recognized for that. All aligned for yet another successful Myers Performance Horse Prospect Sale on August 25th – the last large consignment of Frenchmans Guy and A Smooth Guy progeny being offered at public auction.

Myers Performance Horses – Bill and Debbie Myers and sons Chad, Billy, Brandon and Brady – presented an event for the record books returning home to the Black Hills of South Dakota for their 2018 sale. Held at Travis and Amy Lantis' Seven Down Arenas East of Spearfish, South Dakota, the facility was filled to capacity for the preview and sale with knowledgeable horsemen from across the Nation and Canada drawn to one of the Nation's most powerful sale offerings this year.

Myers simply summarized their sale with, "The great thing we are finding out…our horses are going to such good homes and we are so thankful for that."

Travis and Amy Lantis, Sitnal Livestock, donated the proceeds ($4,000) of a colt they consigned, SL DA VINCI, 2018 Chestnut Stallion, to the Black Hills State University Rodeo Team.

High Sellers:

Sale Price/Horse/Age/Color/Sex/Sire/Dam/Grandsire/Consignor/Buyer/State

$104,000 – BETER WATCHTHIS GUYZ, 2016 Buckskin Mare (Frenchmans Guy x Serious Spender SI 92, Bills Ryon SI 113) Myers Performance Horses – Platts, Arizona

$99,000 – GUYZ GIRLZ HAVE FAME, 2016 Palomino Mare (Frenchmans Guy x Fames Licorice Kiss, Dash Ta Fame SI 113) Myers Performance Horses – Platts, Arizona

$98,000 – SMOOTH N FUZZY, 2016 Sorrel Mare (A Smooth Guy x FC Peachfuzz Ta Fame,

Dash Ta Fame SI 113) Myers Performance Horses – Nellesson – Utah

$62,000 – COLOUR HER SMOOTH, 2016 Palomino Mare (A SmoothGuy x Dash Of Hot Colours SI 96, Dashing Val SI 108) Myers Performance Horses – Hill, Texas

$60,000 – SHEZA VISION GUYZ, 2016 Buckskin Mare (Frenchmans Guy x Moon Visions, SI 89, Visionarian SI 94) Myers Performance Horses – Howes, Canada

Sperry Quarter Horses Production Sale

TSLN Rep: Dennis Ginkens

Date of Sale: Aug. 12, 2018

Location: at the Ranch, Trotters, North Dakota

Auctioneers: Lynn Weishaar and Seth Weishaar

Averages:

Average on all saddle horses $6,818

Sperry Quarter Horses provided a great set of horses for a packed house to view on a very HOT day at the ranch in Trotters, ND.

Lot 13 at $22,500, JK Sandoc Frost, 2002 Sorrel Mare – JK Neatdoc x Miss Frosty San sold to Colter Soderholm from Sheyenne, ND, consigned by Seth Murphy.

Lot 104 at $20,000, Bootleg Hooch, 2009 sorrel Gelding – Cats Moonshine x Misty Moon Rey sold to Peggy Stroh of Killdeer, ND, consigned by Turner Performance Horses.

Lot 7 at $17,000, MCR Speedy Boy, 2010 Gray Gelding – Sakem Speedywood x MCR Panda Girl sold to Aaron and Cody Helm Miles City, MT, consigned by Paul Griemsman.

Lot 19 at $15,000, Bay Rum Freckles, 2007 Bay Gelding, Moores Bay Rum x Tivito Lena Freckles sold to Chance Prewitt, Sidney, MT, Consigned by Jay Mattson.

Fulton Family Quarter Horses Production Sale

Date: Aug. 17, 2018

Location: Cherry County Fairgrounds, Valentine, NE

Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar

Announcer: John Johnson

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk

The 2018 Fulton Family Performance Horse and Production Sale was held August 17, 2018 with a large crowd of eager buyers, as well as numerous absentee buyers from across the country. The overall sale average for all lots was $14,868 for another outstanding set of prospects at the Fulton Sale.

Fulton's standout sire, A Streak of Fling, has surpassed $3.5 million in progeny earnings this year and interest is strong in his bloodlines with two-year old offspring fetching an average of $24,333. CS Flashlight has again proven himself as a sire, especially crossed on A Streak of Fling daughters, with some of the flashiest, rodeo built progeny to date selling for an average of $12,600 in the two-year olds. Junior sire, A Dash Ta Streak, wowed the crowd as he was visiting from his home at Highpoint Performance Horses, and had a two-year old son sell for $9,500.

The high seller of the day was lot 3, Streakin Silkpanties, a two-year old bay roan mare sired by A Streak of Fling and out of Famous Silk Panties by Dash Ta Fame. Her proven pedigree from top to bottom features the outstanding dam, Famous Silk Panties, who has over $235,000 lifetime barrel racing earnings. This silky-moving filly, consigned by Fultons, brought $62,000 and sold to Rafael Celeste, Oklahoma.

Second high seller was lot 2, Fling A Penny, sired by A Streak of Fling and out of the dam, Short Penny by Dash Ta Fame. This two-year old sorrel mare was not only pretty as a penny but is a full sister to the stand out performer, Fame Fling N Bling (LTE $765,000), and the last of this bloodline to sell at the Fulton auction. She was consigned by Fultons and brought $43,000 – she will 'shine' with her new owner, the talented photographer, Bee Silva, Texas.

A Streakin Traffic, a shapely buckskin weanling stallion, sired by A Streak of Fling and consigned by Fultons, was lot 23, and sold for $28,000 to Sally Widdows, Washington. This beautiful buckskin's dam is Morning Traffic by Frenchmans Guy. She is still running in barrel racing competition and and boasts lifetime earnings of $120,000!

Lot 1, Streakin Kingfatima, a two-year old bay roan stallion and lot 5, Tiny Gay Fling, a two-year red roan filly, both sired by A Streak of Fling, brought $26,000 each and sold to Howard Curtis, Colorado and Mike Larson, Nebraska, respectively. Lot 10, Streakinfrench Flash, the high selling two-year old sired by CS Flashlight, brought $15,000 and is heading home to Chris and Kim Abbott, Nebraska.

Northern Video Auction Early Summer Special

Northern Livestock Video Auction held their annual "Early Summer Special" auction June 29 broadcast from Billings, Montana. 24,000 head of high quality Northern cattle were offered to a nationwide buying crowd with 99 percent of the lots selling. Market was very active and strong throughout the sale with cattle third party verified for certain export programs seeing good premiums. Northern's next auction is the "Summertime Classic" July 23-25. Go to http://www.northernlivestockvideo.com for details.

Head sold/ Description/ Weight /CWT/ From

Bixby Cattle Co. 240 steers 450 $203 Douglas, Wyo

Bixby Cattle Co. 250 heifers 420 185 Douglas

Walden, Bob or Sylvan 200 steers 535 189.50 Glasgow, Mont.

Walden, Bob or Sylvan 110 heifers 465 172.50 Glasgow

F. Anderson Ranch, INC 400 steers 560 187.50 Whitewater, Mont.

F. Anderson Ranch, INC 350 heifers 500 166 Whitewater

Broken Diamond Ranch, Inc. 180 weaned steers 575 186 White Sulphur Springs, Mont.

Broken Diamond Ranch, Inc. 100 weaned heifers 520 167 White Sulphur Springs

Webb Ranch 165 steers 620 173 Billings, Mont.

Webb Ranch 105 heifers 565 163 Billings

Trumbo, John 83 steers 625 174 Miles City, Mont.

U Bar Ranch 210 steers 625 168.50 Peerless, Mont.

U Bar Ranch 89 heifers 565 166 Peerless

U Bar Ranch 89 heifers 565 158.50 Peerless

Johnson Turning Fork Ranch 180 Weaned steers 665 177.50 Butte, Mont.

Johnson Turning Fork Ranch 85 weaned heifers 590 165 Butte

Greet Ranch, Inc. 175 steers 800 170 Ten Sleep, Wyo.

John G. Corbett Trust 124 steers 960 151 Jeffrey City, Wyo.

R+R Bronec Grain & Cattle 320 steers 730 165.5 Cut Bank, Mont.

R+R Bronec Grain & Cattle 94 heifers 630 154 Cut Bank

9th Annual Full House Elite Performance Horse Sale

Date of Sale: June 16, 2018

Location: Weston County Fair Grounds, Newcastle, Wyoming

Auctioneer: Lynn Weishaar

TSLN Rep: Dennis Ginkens

Averages:

Top 10 – $21,850

top 20 – $18,250

Sale average – $13,750

Full House Elite Performane Horse sale offered a very nice set of geldings that would take you to the ropings and do all the ranch work! The seats were full for this exciting 9th annual sale.

* Lot 3 at $31,000, consigned by Craig Deveraux Family, 2005 Chestnut Gelding, LAZYMOTHERFRECKLES sired by JC Bars Express x CD Colonels Callgirl, sold to Randi Biggerstaff, Glade Park, CO.

* Lot 19 at $28,000 consigned by Craig Deveraux Family, 2010 Gray Gelding, TEJONA LEO sired by Tuba Leo x Sonoiotas Flit, sold to Lazy E Double Bar Ranch, Debeque, CO.

* Lot 13 at $27,000 Consigned by Craig Deveraux Family, 2009 Palomino Gelding, SPANISH 006, sired by Lopez 008 x Frenchmans Parfait, sold to Katerine Sandrini-Dietzen, Newcastle, WY.

*Lot 6 at $21,000 consigned by Trey and Doug Young, 2008 Roan Gelding ROANI RICHOCHET, sired by Smart Little Richochet x Ladys Texas Time, sold to Cali Griffin, Yukon, OK

Bieber Red Angus Turnout Bull Sale

TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk

Date of Sale: June 1, 2018

Location: Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, SD

Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar

Averages:

53 Yearling Red Angus bulls – $2,709

7 Two Year Old Red Angus bulls – $3,286

74 Spring Red Angus pairs – $2,411

11 Fall Calving Red Angus Cows – $1,725

Craig and Peggy Bieber along with Ron and Lois hosted the Bieber Fever Turnout Sale at Hub City Livestock, Aberdeen, S.D. The bulls in the sale were hard bodied, athletic and ready for heavy use. They were in excellent condition to head straight to the breeding pasture.

The bulls sold on a very steady market with no extreme tops, fitting any bull buyer's budget.

Two bulls topped out at $5,500 each. Lot 1, Bieber Unified D502, a 6/16 son of Milk Creek Unified 4207 with EPDs of CED 1 BW 0.2 WW 70 YW 102 Milk 20 sold to Jordan Jenner, Ashley, N.D.

Lot 23, Bieber Endurance E405, a 3/17 son of Schuler Endurance 2101Z with EPDs of CED 5 BW -1.5 WW 73 YW 113 Milk 19 sold to Mark Steffenhagen, Creston, Iowa.

A special feature on the sale was the Red Angus pairs and fall calving cows from Ulmer Land & Cattle. The top set of pairs sold for $2,425.