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Jamison Sale Report

Driftwoods Fox, a 2012 SNW Northern Frost buckskin gelding topped the sale at $25,000 to the Paul Ranch, Colo. Double bred Doc’s Jack Frost x Driftwood, he was a money earning youth barrel/pole competitor, arena roper and all-around rancher.

TSLN Rep: Drew Feller

Date of Sale: Oct. 4, 2019

Location: Quinter, Kansas

Auctioneers: Lynn Weishaar and Seth Weishaar

Averages:

42 Ranch Geldings – $8,282

1 Saddle Mare – $20,000

48 2019 Foals – $2,460

23 Broodmares – $2,521

6 Kids’ Ranch Ponies – $3,167

120 Total Lots – $4,691

RANCH GELDINGS

$25,000 Driftwoods Fox, 2012 Buckskin gelding (SNW Northern Frost x WC Driftwood Buck). Buyer – Paul Ranch, Colo.

Driftwoods Fox, a 2012 SNW Northern Frost buckskin gelding topped the sale at $25,000 to the Paul Ranch, Colo. Double bred Doc’s Jack Frost x Driftwood, he was a money earning youth barrel/pole competitor, arena roper and all-around rancher.
85 # Driftwood Fox ~ 2012 Buckskin Gelding

$16,000 JA Colonel Rain, 2014 Sorrel gelding (JA Colonel Frostwood x A Night Train). Buyer – Dalmont Ranch, Okla.

JA Colonel Rain is a standout 2014 sorrel gelding by JA Colonel Frostwood (World Ranch Versatility Champion Three Jay Colonel). A sale feature #1 “whole family” rancher, he sold to Dalmont Ranch, Okla., for $16,000.
65 JA Colonel Rain ## ~ 2014 Sorrel Gelding

$14,000 Driftwoods Lonsum Jo, 2014 Buckskin gelding (Driftwoods Jo x Five Star Joe). Buyer – David Brown, Colo.

$12,000 JA Winnwood Cline, 2011 Gray gelding (PC Citisun Cline x Wily Frosty Wood). Buyer – Leroy Young, Oklahoma.

$11,000 Cause Ima Rebel, 2009 Sorrel gelding (Rebel Jeb Stuart). Buyer -Vicki Kinser, Tenn.

$10,750 PC Go Guy 1126, 2013 Bay gelding (Peponita Cedar 1126). Buyer – Leroy Young, Okla.

$10,500 Stanwood Frost, 2015 Buckskin gelding (PC Stan Wood x DVA Maxi Driftwood). Buyer – Anderson Cattle Co., Colo.

$10,500 KN Ratchett, 2011 Sorrel gelding (KN Fast Fast Freddy). Buyer – Tenneson Equine, Wash.

Saddle Mares

$20,000 Bet On Risto, 2013 Sorrel mare (Bulletproof Risto). Buyer – Paul Ranch, Colo.

2019 Foals

$7,750 2019 Dun colt (PC Frost Em Peppy x Three Jay Colonel). Buyer -Taylor Ranch, N. Mex.

LOT 13 PC FROST EM PEPPY DUN COLT Top selling 2019 colt was a big, strong, high quality PC Frost Em Peppy x Three Jay Colonel dun stallion prospect selected by Taylor Ranch, N. Mex. for $7,750.
14 # JA Lady Three Jay 24-9 ~ 2019 FEP Dun Roan Colt

$4,500 2019 Dun filly (Roosters Shorty x DVA Maxi Driftwood). Buyer – Dugo Livestock, Cal.

$3,900 2019 Sorrel colt (Roan Bar Valentine x PC Citisun Cline). Buyer – Worden Ranch, Tex.

$3,700 2019 Bay Roan colt (PC Frost Em Peppy x Wilywood). Buyer – Shafer Ranch, N. Mex.

Broodmares

$6,250 PC Laughing Delluxe, 2005 Bay mare (PC Laughing Sundust x Docs Oaks Sugar). Buyer – Cowan T4 Quarter Horses, S. Dak.

$6,000 Roosters Racy Letters, 2006 Bay mare (Roosters Shorty x Capitol Letters). Buyer – Weeks Ranch, Kan.

Kids’ Ranch Ponies

$5,000 Badger, 2013 Gray pony gelding. Buyer – Bob McConville, Neb.

$4,000 Jasper, 2013 Bay pony gelding, Buyer – Glaze Family, Kan.

Jamison Quarter Horses presented a standout offering of performance bred horses for their 16th annual Breeders & Ranchers Production Sale. A 23-state crowd of horsemen from across America were at ringside for the two day Performance Preview/ Sale event staged at ranch headquarters, Quinter, Kansas.

Sun Frost, Driftwood and Hancock performance bred horses from western Kansas’ big ranch country…that’s the program. Arena caliber ranch horses are the program goal. Stallions PC Frost Em Peppy and PC Citisun Cline (Sun Frost), JA Colonel Frostwood (World Ranch Versatility Champion Three Jay Colonel x PC Laughing Sundust), JA Frostwood Drift (DVA Maxi Driftwood x Sun Frost), Roosters Shorty (Gallo Del Cielo) and Driftwood Courage (Captain Courage AAAT x Docs Oaks Sugar, Orphan Drift) sire first class, versatile, all-around horses to fit that goal. The JA broodmares are anchored by granddaughters

Ranch horses and well started ranch and arena prospects are the annual sale headline. Also featured were outstanding 2019 foals, JA program broodmares, and a fancy set of ranch ridden kids’ ponies. A full house crowd of ranchers, breeders, trainers, arena competitors and youth riders bid actively on all classes of horses. The success of this event with it’s proven bloodlines and quality stand as testimony for the equine industry’s respect for the JA brand and their well recognized AQHA Ranching Heritage breeding program.