Full House Elite Stock Horse Sale
June 20, 2015
Sale held at Weston County Fairgrounds, Newcastle, WY
Auctioneer, Lynn Weishaar
Pedigrees, John Johnson
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Top 10 horses avg. $24,900
Top 20 horses avg. $20,750
Overall avg. on all horses sold $14,453
There was another huge crowd of buyers and spectators on hand for the annual Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale held at the Weston County Fairgrounds in Newcastle, Wyoming on June 6. Craig Deveraux, Jill Pischke and Frank Thompson and their families presented the best set of horses ever for this, their 6th Annual sale.
The horses in the sale are specifically selected for this sale. They have been used extensively in ranching situations with plenty of outside riding. The horses in the sale are proven arena and ranch horses along with a few prospects that have an excellent start and are ready to go on to compete in most any level of rodeo, jackpots or everyday ranch work. This is one of, if not the top, sale to attend in the upper Midwest if you are looking for proven, been there, done that horses.
The horses were very well represented and sold guaranteed to be how they were represented.
The top selling horse was lot 12, Gotter Dun, a 2006 Dun gelding by Smokee Tucker, a grandson of Doc Bar and out of Joses Holly Miss, a Smoken Jose x Dock Quixote mare. This is a “do anything” standout gelding. Money has been won off him in, calf roping, both heading and healing and steer tripping. Plus is an all around ranch horse. The gelding was owned by Brent Lewis as a colt and was shown at this sale by Frank and Zane Thompson. Lloyd Gilbert, Buffalo, SD was the buyer at $49,000.
Selling at $37,000 was lot 6, Star of Lowry Brown, a 2006 bay gelding ridden by Ray Siggins. This finished heading horse has been hauled to many jackpots and World Series ropings and been used on the ranch and branding pen. He is out of Casino Badger x Lowry Star. John Thompson, Salem, AL was the buyer.
Lot 18, It’s a Lone Drifter, ridden by Clint Humble sold to Geri Stahl, Plainville, KS for $26,000. This 2007 Palomino gelding is out of PC Mr Sun Peppy with Sun Frost and Tuff Time Peppy on the top side and out of a Lone Drifter, Highly Significant bred mare. Started on barrels and heading, this gelding has been hauled as a rodeo pickup horse and has seen extensive ranch work.
Also selling at $26,000 was lot 49, Mac Creek Roan, another horse shown by Ray Siggins and purchased by Mike Grinager, Miltona, MN. This 2007 red road gelding is out of Pecos Joe Maker x Pig Creek Roan and out of a Red Road Speedy x Speedy Man mare. Excellent broke gelding used extensively ranching and hauled to USTRC and World Series ropings as a head horse.
Jill Pischke and Ivan Brovont showed the next top seller, lot 28 that sold to Chuck Tastad, Rolette, ND for $19,500. Rainershine is a 2008 buckskin gelding that was the reserve champion ranch horse from the Ranch Horse competition. He is out of Chick Please x Smart Chic Olena and a Shining Spark x Genuine Doc, Doc O Dynamite mare.
Other top selling horses included:
Lot 21, MDP Amegos Don, 2009 Red Dun gelding ridden by Danny Williams sold to Bruce Nelson, Pine Bluffs, WY for $19,000
Lot 31, West Forks Scar Two, a 2009 Bay Roan gelding ridden by Greg Loomis sold to Jerry Dunn, Mountain Ranch, CA for $19,000.
Lot 16, Pop A Badger, a 2009 sorrel gelding ridden by Frank and Zane Thompson selling to Jeff Aylward, Dickens, NE at $18,500.
5 horses sold at $17,500 each
Lot 3, In Tall Timber, ridden by Brent Lewis & Jill Pischke sold to Alan Chamberlain, Saint Jo, TX
Lot 14 Bet On Sweets, ridden by Brent Lewis sold to Riley Probst, Herber City, UT.
Lot 24, LLE Boonsmal ridden by Craig Deveraux family sold to 4L Ranch, Alta Vista, KS.
Lot 33, Smooth Frenchman ridden by Brent Lewis sold to Sterling Lee, Rhame, ND
Lot 44 Picasso, ridden by Craig Deveraux family sold to Mathew Mason, New Town, ND.
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